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Explore one of nature’s most beautiful work at Nagaland; sometimes referred to as the Switzerland of the East. The land encompasses unimaginable beauty with its calming sunrise and sunsets, lush green flora, and breathtaking landscapes. Nagaland include some of the famous tourist places like Dzukou Valley, Khonoma Green Village and Dzuleke.

Nagaland is blessed with a wonderful climate year-round making it a comfortable place to visit anytime. If you’re looking to get away from the hustle bustle and experience some calm and quiet, then Nagaland is the place to visit.

However, if you’re more into adventure and are looking for something fun to do then Nagaland is an ideal place for trekking, rock climbing, and jungle camping. Its sub-tropical rain forests and are great if you’re looking to spend time in the lap of nature.

The capital of Nagaland is Kohima and Dimapur is the only airport in the state.

Nagaland Tourism Must Do’s

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Kaziranga National Park is located in parts of Golaghat, Nagaon and Sonitpur districts of Assam (INDIA). It is not only the homeland of the Great Indian One Horned Rhinoceros, but also provides shelter to a variety of wild lives.


Majuli is a lush green environment-friendly, pristine and pollution free fresh water island in the river Brahmaputra, just 20 km from the Jorhat city.

Jorhat Tea Gardens

Tea plantation is the main agricultural activity of the city which also takes shape of a tourist attraction given its simple natural charm.


Nameri National Park located in the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas, is a destination for bird watching enthusiasts and home to more than 370 species of birds.

People of Nagaland are a mixture of the Tibeto-Burman tribal communities of the mountains and the Kuki and Dimasa tribes of the foothills. Some tribes of Nagaland inhabit in its neighbouring states of Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur as well as Sagain state of Myanmar.

The Ao tribe of Mokokchung is one of the largest Naga tribes. Known as the Angamis, they are the native of capital Kohima and are known for their art, architecture and colourful costumes. The  Angamis are known to practice the unique stone pulling ceremony where the entire village gathers and pulls a large monolith from the forest to their village marking a chapter in their history.

Some other tribes inhabiting Nagaland include:

Chakhesang tribe of Pfutsero are culturally similar to the Ao tribe.

Sema tribe of Zunheboto also makes up for a large Naga community.

Known for their bamboo crafts, the Lothas of Wokha district is another important Naga tribe.

The Zeliangrong tribe comprises of Zeme, Liangme and Rongme families. They live in remote villages nestled in the mountains of southern Nagaland and Manipur.

The Konyaks of remote Mon district are known for their head-hunting traditions. Many Konyak villages are still under the governance of their Angh (king). The tribe is very well known for its war dances during the Aoling Festival.

It’s easy to distinguish between these tribes based on their rituals, costumes, and architecture. As a traveller, one of the festivals that you must experience is the Hornbill Festival, organized by Nagaland tourism department. It allows you to experience the different cultures and traditions of all the tribes in one place.

The tribes of Nagaland are known to produce some of the finest handicrafts in India. Most of these are made from sustainable resources that are easily available in their surroundings. With bamboo being an important part of their lives, most tribes have cane crafts.

Cane baskets are very common with the Angamis known for their tall baskets made for storing grains. The Konyak men wear brass pendants that symbolizes head-hunting trophy masks. Konyak women also make beautiful necklaces, bangles and bracelets with little beads.

Chang tribe made ivory bracelets and tiger claw pendants back in the day when the villagers hunted in the wild. Tattoos are also unique to Nagaland. They are adorned by the Konyak men and also by the women of Ao tribe. The decorated hunting spears of Rengma tribe are some of the most common souvenirs found in the craft markets.

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Nagaland – a land of many tribes and diverse culture

Nagaland is a state that is still untouched by urbanization or the modern way of life and continues to follow its ancestors’ traditions and culture. Our Nagaland Kohima tour packages will help you to go back in time to explore this beautiful state. With the Nagaland Kohima tourism packages, you can get to experience the tribal life of Nagaland.

Nagaland is known as the “land of festivals” in India. With so many tribes following their culture and tradition, it seems as if the people of Nagaland are in a yearlong celebration. You can plan your Nagaland Kohima tour packages as per these festivals to witness the delight and celebration.

The capital of Nagaland is Kohima, and the largest city is Dimapur. Dimapur is the only city with an airport in Nagaland. You can start your Nagaland Kohima tourist package from here as it is well-connected to various Indian cities. Nagaland Kohima package tour on our website is customizable as per your needs.

The tribes of Nagaland

The people of Nagaland are a mixture of Tibeto-Burman tribal community in the mountains and Kuki and Dimasa tribe in the foothills. Some tribes of Nagaland are spread across the neighbouring states and Myanmar too. When you book Nagaland Kohima tour packages, you get an opportunity to interact and soak in these various tribes’ culture.

Some important tribes of Nagaland are-

  • The Ao tribe of the Mokokchung region is the largest in Nagaland. Also known as Angamis, they are native to Kohima. The Ao tribe is known for its colourful costumes, art, and architecture.
  • Chakhesang tribe are very similar to the Ao tribe culturally.
  • Sema tribe of Zenheboto are known for their strength and martial arts.
  • The Lothas of the Wokha district are famous for their bamboo crafts.
  • The Konyaks of the remote village of Mon are known for their war dance during the Aoling Festival.

Each tribe has a unique costume, skill, and architecture. It is very easy to differentiate one tribe from another by understanding its way of life during the Nagaland Kohima tourism package.

Places to visit in Nagaland
Kohima – the capital city

Known initially as Kewhira, this city has a lot of historical sites to visit. In our Nagaland Kohima tour packages, we make sure that you visit this Kohima War Cemetery dedicated to the 2nd British Division of the Allied Forces who died in the second world war.

Sakhrie Park and Kohima State Museum are other important places to visit in a Nagaland Kohima tourism package.

Dzukou Valley

A visit with our Nagaland Kohima package tour is a must to this valley, known for its wide range of flowers. This valley also provides one of the trek circuits and housing group villages.


This is an Angami Village, famous for its natural beauty. The people of this village have banned hunting to protect the wildlife of this region.


The Konyak Nagas are from Mon, whose history and customs are of great attraction on the Nagaland Kohima tourist package. The Konyaks are recognized by the tattoos on the face and hands, blackened teeth, and headhunting skill.

Mokokchung Village

The village of the AoNaga tribe is one of the largest villages to visit, which makes it a must-visiting destination in Nagaland Kohima tour packages. The fascinating history and culture of the AoNaga people are well-preserved by the current generation. They host the Moatsu and Tsungremong festivals with great enthusiasm and fanfare.

Khonoma Green Village

A model ethnic village built for tourists to experience traditional village life. It is made with traditional huts, which provide modern, hygienic accommodation to tourists with local cuisine and rice beer. In our Nagaland Kohima tourism package, you can book a stay here and enjoy the local scenic beauty with a traditional touch.


The district of Phek is home to a rare pheasant called Blyth’s Tragopan and some very unique orchids.

Longwa village

Located in the Mon district, hardly 42 kilometres from the border to Myanmar, it is a fun sightseeing spot to stay and relax.


A unique location makes Dimapur the most accessible city of Nagaland. Well-connected by roads, rail, and air, it is the starting point of the Nagaland Kohima tourist package. The Diezephe Craft village is located here and is home to skilled artisans of wood, cane, and bamboo.


Zunheboto is home to a strong and powerful tribe called Sumi Nagas, famous for their war dance and folk songs. They could be called the pioneers of martial arts in Nagaland. For the traveller looking for some peace, adding Zunheboto to their Nagaland Kohima tourism package is a must.


A place blessed with natural beauty, flowering orchards, and meandering rivers; it is a favourite destination for nature lovers. The Doyang Hydro Dam, Liphanyan Governor’s Camp, and Mount Tiyi are a few of the best spots to visit within a Nagaland Kohima package tour.

Some important festivals of Nagaland
  • Hornbill Festival 

The Hornbill festival celebrates the various tribes and their culture for ten days in December. The festival was started to encourage the inter tribe interaction, to revive a protecting the rich culture of Nagaland.

Organized by the State Tourism and Arts and culture departments, it is held at the Naga Heritage Village. The different tribes organize singing and dancing performances. There are flower shows, handicraft sales, food stalls, parades, and religious ceremonies.

We organize special Nagaland Kohima tour packages around this time.

  • Aoling festival 

The Konyak tribe celebrates it during April to coincide with Konya New Year, and prayers are offered for a good harvest.

  • Bushu Festival 

The Dimasa-Kachari people celebrate this festival and pray for a good harvest.

  • Yemshe Festival

The people of the Pochuri tribe celebrate it and offer prayers for a good harvest.

 The cuisine

The people of Nagaland eat a very simple yet nutritious diet of boiled vegetables, rice, meat, and their favourite chutney known as Tathu. Their food is a meat lover’s delight.

The best time to travel with a Nagaland Kohima tourism package would be during the initial month of summers and winter.

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  • We can help you customize your Nagaland Kohima tour packagesas per your requirements.
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  • There are deals and discounts to be grabbed for all early travellers on Nagaland Kohima tour packages.
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