NAGALAND ART AND CRAFT TOUR
Hotel accomodation 6 NIGHTS 7DAYS
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Offbeat yet beautiful, Nagaland in the deep Northeast India has hills and valleys in its vicinity, and that is why it is a when on a holiday in India. It not only rich in flora and fauna, but also known for its song, dance, and traditional art forms. Perhaps that’s the reason why it is called the ‘land of festivities.’ It also famous for its wealth oof tribes that are approximately 16. Isn’t it captivating enough to blow one’s mind away? To know more about Nagaland, it would be good to plan a holiday out there. And for planning either a summer or winter holiday in Nagaland, then do get in touch with the travel experts at Tour My India.A leading travel company, Tour My India has over a decade of experience in organizing best of Northeast India holiday tours and offering best deals on North east India travel packages.All the Nagaland packages offered by us are not only easy on the budget but also include all the top attractions. From budget travel to luxury travel packages, family tours, and sightseeing holiday packages, we have made multiple Nagaland itineraries with us. In fact, if any of the holiday packages cited with us doesn’t match your requirements then our experts can design a package that will design the way you expected. It will include a sightseeing tour to all the attractions of Nagaland, accommodations, and transportation from one place to another. Lucrative enough to book a holiday? Then don’t wait further, contact the travel experts of Tour My India right away, and pick the package that suits your requirement
On arrival, you will meet with our representative at Dimapur railway station and thereafter you will be driven to Khonoma, en route a wood and bamboo craft unit where you can explore Mezoma village. This will be followed by an overnight stay at the Khonoma homestay.
You will be taken to explore the art and craft around Khonoma. You may come across women weavers, they make beautiful shawls of different colours and patterns. You may also see men making cane baskets and spears. You can see the ceremonial gate, morung etc. After lunch in Khonoma you will be taken to see how jhum cultivation is done along with Alder trees, this act has being practicing by our forefathers since generations. This is said to be the most scientific and sustainable way of practicing jhuming cultivation. Later, you will be returned to the homestay for overnight at Khonoma.
Check out after breakfast in the Khonoma homestay; you will be driven to the capital Kohima. Here you can check in and go to explore the local weavers and some of their professional wood carving, you can also visit the Emporium to buy some souvenirs. Later, visit the war memorial, state museum, Kigwema village, Kisama village - where the annual Hornbill festival is held. After the excursion back to the hotel in Kohima for overnight stay.
You will be driven pass Tuophema village to visit Tseminyu village which falls under Rengma Naga tribe. Here, you can witness the weaving skills of the local people, they earn their living through weaving. After a little tour, you will be taken to Tuophema village for lunch. In the afternoon, explore the village and go sightsee the auspicious stone, it is believed that it is from this stone the locals picked up their shawl designs. Later in the evening, you will be showcased with an act where some women will sing traditional song as they spin the cotton. Overnight stay at the Tuophema Community Cottage will follow.
With packed lunch you will be driven to Mokokchung. On the way you will be taken to visit Longsa village and Longkhum village where you will see different designs and shape of baskets and shawls. On arrival in Mokokchung, you can check in and overnight stay at the hotel.
You will be take to visit a sleepy village Changki and it is famous for earthen pot making. You can explore the charming village and see local artisans making pot with mud. Post lunch in the village, you will be driven back to Mokokchung enroute Chungtia and Aliba village. Overnight stay in Mokokchung.
On day 7 you will be driven to Jorhat in Assam en route you may see local weavers making Bamboo mat. We can visit one such village in Nagaland’s Tuli town, ilenden village as mat making is progressing in Nagaland as well thereafter in Mishing village in Assam where you can visit local weavers making traditional shawls. Later, we will drop you at Jorhat railway station/airport or Guwahati airport for onward destination.