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Nagaland Package Tour

  • Day 1: Kolkatta / Delhi / Ghy / Dimapur by connected flight

    • Dimapur is the ancient capital of the Kachari tribe, whose rule existed before the 13th century AD. Reminiscences of the glory of this kingdom can be found on the ruins that are scattered in and around the town. These ruins give evidence of a culture that probably had a touch of Hinduism, but were predominantly Non-Aryan. Besides monoliths, Dimapur contains other ruins of temples. Drive to kohima.
  • Day 2 - 3: Kohima

    • Explore the Angami Tribal village of Khonoma , home village of father of Naga Nationalist movement AngamiPhizo. This village located on top of a hillock has a pastoral beauty of its own. This was where the last part of the Anglo Naga War was fought.

      Visit the WW II Cemetery, nestled in the heart of Kohima town, where one of the fiercest battles was fought. On a huge stone in in-laid bronze the following famous words are there to remind one of undoubting courage displayed by the war heroes in order to preserve the freedom of the future generation.

      Also visit State Museum, located at Bayani hill Kohima. It gives you a peep into the various aspects of Naga Culture. It displays dioramas of the lifestyle of the Naga tribes. Artifacts, handlooms, & Handicrafts, Tools & Implements, Gems & Jewelry, Coins & Ancient weaponry will give you an idea of the rich Culture and Heritage of the native people. Precede to Kepfiizha (Kigwema village) Dimori Cove Guest house after lunch. This small but beautiful place is on the KohimaImphal Highway, which we use as base for trekking up the Japfu Peak (3048 metre Mt) Japfu, home of the world's tallest rhododendron tree (20 metres high) and also for trekking to Dzukou Valley, the best trekking valley of North-East India. Following lines greets you to Dzukou.
  • Day 4: Kohima To Mokokchung 180km 5hrs Drive

    • Kohima TO Mokokchung 180km 5hrs drive over/ night / home stay / Tourist lodge
      Enroute visit Lotha tribal village
  • Day 5: Mokokchung

      As an old Naga saying goes, "a single visit to Longkhum is not enough, for your soul stays behind the first time and you have to return there once for more to get it back". This saying springs from the fact that Rhododendrons adorn the hillocks and the precipices surrounding it, providing an astounding sight during full bloom.
      Exquisite ethnic handlooms & handicrafts by the expert craftsmen are also found in plenty there. An animist religion called Limapur still exists in this village, where a few families worship a God called LonglanpaTsungrem.

      UNGMA :
      This is the oldest and the largest of all the Ao villages and the second largest village on Nagaland, next only to Bara Basti of Kohima. Ungma village is located about 3 km from MokokchungTown. It occupies a unique position in the history of the AoNagas, for it is said that the whole Ao tribe founded this village when they first entered the land from their ancestral Home at Chungliyimti (now within the Sangtam Naga Territory ). The rich Ao culture and tradition is jealously guarded and practiced by the villagers even today and the place is considered to be a living museum of the traditions of the tribe.

      Chuchuyimlang is the village of festivals for the AoNagas. The Moatsu festival, based on community bonding, takes place here from the first of May till the third. During this period, the villagers expressed their friendship towards villagers by exchanging gifts etc. The tourist village established there is a showcase of this spirit of the villagers in the most natural and uncontaminated manner
  • Day 6: Mokokchung to Mon

    • Mokokchung to Mon [Over/ Night /Local resort]
  • Day 7: Mon

    • Full day to explore this colorful tribal area of Konyak tribes who have been head hunters in the recent past. Visit Shangnyu village which is ruled by the Chief Angh and is a prominent village in Mon district. There is a wonderful wooden monument measuring 8 feet in height and 12 feet in breadth- believed to have been constructed by heavenly angels. Human beings and other creatures are carved on this monument. Memorial stones are also found in front of the Angh’s Palace. History records that good and friendly relationship existed between the Shangnyu and the Ahom Kings of Assam. ShangnyuAngh use to collect taxes from all the villages under his domain-extending from Sibsagar in Assam to the Wanchos in Arunachal.
  • Day 8: Mon to Sibsager 240km 7hrs Drive over/ night/ hotel

    • Morning after breakfast, drive back to Sibsagar.Arrive and check-in at your hotel. Afternoon take a tour of Sibsagar covering Rang Ghar (This amphitheatre was built by King Parramatta Singha. This two storeyed oval shaped pavilion is one of the largest of its kind) and KarenghGhar&TalatalGhar (These historical monuments were built by King RudraSingha during 1696-1714 AD was the military station of the Ahom Kings. It is a seven storied palace having three storeys underground- known as TalatalGhar and the the upper storey’s known as KarengGhar. It contains two underground pathways to Dikhow river and Garden palace) and the ShivsagarTemple . If time permits, we will also take you to Gargaon Palace (The principal town of the Ahom Kings, constructed by the 15th Ahom King Suklemnung in 1540. The palace lays 13 kms east of Sibsagar. The present seven storied palace was built by King RajeshwarSingha in about 1762. All the underground stories and passages were blocked by the East India Company. The magazine made of bricks is within the palace compound and further eastward are two old stone bridges constructed by King GadadharSingha).
  • Day 9: Sibsager to Dirughar

    • Sibsager to Dirughar fly to Delhi / Kolkatta
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