12 Nights & 13 Days
#2Sisters: Nagaland | Assam
Dimapur Kohima (2N) Mokukchung (2N) Sibsagar (1N) Mon (2N) Jorhat (2N) Kaziranga (2N) Guwhati (1N)
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NAG002: Dimapur Kohima (2N) Mokukchung (2N) Sibsagar (1N) Mon (2N) Jorhat (2N) Kaziranga (2N) Guwahati (1N)
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Tour Brief & Highlights

An itinerary that covers beautiful tourist attractions in NAGALAND

  • This is a combination of cultural and wildlife experience of Assam with the tribal culture of Nagaland.
  • Kohima, the land of Angami Naga tribe and the hilly capital  of India’s northeastern border state of Nagaland which shares its borders with Burma
  • Mon is a cultural paradise, land of the Angus, and home to KonyakNagas who were once relentless head hunters. The Konyaks are also known for their tattooed faces, blackened teeth, and headhunting prowess, the last thankfully being in the past.
  • MOKUKCHUNG is called the home of Ao Nagas which is known for its heartwarming hospitality.
  • LONGWA is one of the biggest villages in Mon district which is located 42 km from the main Mon town at the Myanmarese border where Villagers do not need a visa to move around freely to Myanmar. It is said that Even a village chief’s son has joined the Myanmarese army. Technically, the villagers of Longwa have dual citizenship- one for India and another for Myanmar.
  • GUWAHATI, known as the largest city of North-East India is quite famous for KAMAKHYA TEMPLE (One of the Shaktipeeth temples) and also popular for the Mighty BRAHMAPUTRA RIVER.
  • JORHAT is known as the tea capital of India is used as access to visit.
  • The river island of MAJULI, which is the world’s largest river island which is just 20 km away from this town and it can be accessed by ferries from NimatiGhat
  • Sibsagar is a mighty dynasty of rulers known as the Ahoms (Tai) reigned. It is said that rising on the periphery of a large 129-acre artificial tank called the Sibsagar Lake (which had given the town its name), are the archaeological remains, palaces, and temples of the Ahoms, now being preserved as nationally protected monuments.
  • For those of you who have thought Indian one-horned rhinoceros only existed in Jurassic-era, then a trip to Kaziranga must be in your travel list. Kaziranga National park’s 430 square kilometer area showered with swampy lagoons, elephant-grass meadows, and dense forests are home to more than 2200 Indian one-horned rhinoceros, approximately 2/3rd of their total world population. 

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Interesting!!! One of the largest villages of Mon district, LONGWA is a highly interesting place. The Angh’s (Chief) house here lies half in India half in Myanmar. Even though the village lies in two countries, the entire village is ruled by the chief.


Kohima is now home for all the Nagas because of its administrative status. War Cemetery is a historic site, which reminds of the brave warriors, who died during the Japanese Invasion at the time of World War II. This cemetery comprises around 1420 commonwealth funerals, which have stone markers on them


Tuophema  , at about 41kms from Kohima , is promoted as the Ancient Heritage Village by the state Government. This village is known for its calm and beautiful surroundings, which attracts many visitors. Tuophema presents a different perspective of social system of the Nagas and offers a beautiful ambience as of the ancient village charm.

Before You Go

  • An Inner Line Permit (ILP) is required for Indian (Domestic) tourists entry into Nagaland.
  • Foreigners must, however, register themselves at the Foreigner Registration Office (District Superintendent of Police) within 24 hours of entry to each state. In addition, the permit exemption doesn’t apply to citizens of specified countries, including Pakistan, Bangladesh, and China, who continue to require prior approval of the Ministry of Home Affairs before their visit.
  • No permits are required to visit Assam.
  • Carry adequate cash in Indian currency as ATMs might not be available in remote areas
  • Carry at least one of your identity proofs
  • Pack light woolens
  • Carry first aid kit, raincoats or umbrellas, and basic medicines
  • One must acknowledge that these wonderful destinations are thoroughly low-profile as regards to touristic facilities.
  • Stay options are limited and basic.
  • Nagaland being a less-traveled destination, it is low on infrastructure and hence travels and stay is expensive.
  • Whilst you are in any part of the 7 States of Northeast, one must acknowledge that these wonderful destinations are thoroughly low-profile as regards to touristic facilities. We along with the India Tourism are striving hard to promote these virgin touristic destinations & enhance the basic comforts of a traveler making their tour memorable! However, to bring to your notice, the 7 SISTERS are transforming in a hardcore manner to accommodate the many needs of the increasing travelers! Hereby we address & request the visitor to be a real-traveler, respect the infrastructure available& please follow our travel advisories, helping us to serve you better & make you discover the real NORTH EAST INDIA!

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