Explore Nagaland

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Explore Nagaland

Package Duration
26 Days / 25 Nights
Destination Covered
Dibrugarh - Mon - Tuensang - Mokokchung - Touphema - Kohima - Dimapur

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  • Package Includes :
    • Tour Price Includes:
    • 1. All accommodations
    • 2. All breakfast, lunch, dinner, morning & evening tea
    • 3. All transfer and sightseeing by Non Ac Tata Sumo
    • 4. All services of an English speaking Guide [we will be using the services of local guide as well]

  • Day 1: Delhi-Dibrugarh

    Assistance on arrival and check into Hotel Little Palace. Evening local sightseeing. Overnight at Dibrugarh.

    Day 2: Dibrugarh-Mon

    Morning drive to Mon (180 kms 8 hrs), the headquarter of the Konyak tribe who wear traditional dresses with feathered headgear and have tattooed faces. Enroute visit Wakching, a typical Konyak tribal village. Overnight at Mon.

    Day 3: Mon

    Shangnyu village, this village is ruled by the Chief Angh 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 be 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. Shangnyu Angh use to collect taxes from all the villages under his domain-extending from Sibsagar in Assam to the Wanchos in Arunachal.

    After returning from Shangnyu village visit Mon Village, here also you will find tattooed Konyaks. Post lunch drive to Chui village situated about 8kms from the district headquarters of Mon. Chui village still retains its old world charm. One can see the Angh’s mansion and other houses constructed in the true Konyak tradition with palm leaves roofing and the main pillars jutting out. Overnight Mon.

    Day 4: Mon-Longwa-Mon

    Full day excursion to Longwa (45 km 9hrs) to see the Konyak tribes. Longwa is among the biggest village in the district. As the village straddles the international boundary line, one half of the Angh’s house falls within the Indian territory and the other half lies in Myanmar. However, the whole village is controlled by the Angh and the village council Charirman. An intereseting feature of this village is that the Angh has 60 wives and his jurisdiction extends up to Myanmar and Arunachal Pradesh. 4W jeep drive is required if rains & client will have to pay Rs. 5000 per car for haring the jeep.

    Day 5: Mon

    Full day excursion to Langmeng. Overnight at Mon.

    Day 6: Mon-Changlangshu

    After breakfast drive to Changlangshu to see Lower Konyak (80km 5hrs). Overnight at Changlangshu Konyak Baptish Church.

    Day 7: Changlangshu

    Full day visit the villages. Overnight at Changlangshu.

    Day 8: Mon-Tuensang

    Morning drive to Tuensang (79kms 4hrs), the homeland of Chang Naga. Overnight at Tuensang.

    Day 9: Tuensang-Noklak-Tuensang

    Full day excursion to Noklak to see Khiamniungan tribe.

    Day 10: Tuensang

    Full day visit Tuensang village and other near by villages. Overnight at Tuensang.

    Day 11: Tuensang-Longtrok-Tuensang

    Longtrok which means six stones in Ao and Sangtam-is located at Chungliyimti, 57kms from Tuensang in Sangtam area. According to Ao legend and beliefs, the first Ao ancestors had emerged from Longtrok. This sport also offers a beautiful view of the towns on hilltops scattered over the distant horizon. Overnight at Tuensang.

    Day 12: Tuensang-Mokokchung

    After breakfast drive to Mokokchung (115kms 6hrs drive), This picturesque town is the cultural center of the Ao tribes. The Ao Nagas is famous for their colourful dances. Overnight at Mokokchung.

    Day 13: Mokokchung-Mopungchukit

    Full day excursion to Mopungchuti, this village lying near Impur the permanent Mission Center of Ao Baptist Arogo Mungdang is making attempts to revive the ancient Ao Culture. Some efforts have been made to construct Morungs, carve the time pillar and to preserve some artifacts in a village museum. Overnight at Mokokchung.

    Day 14: Mokokchung-Chuchuyimlang

    Drive to Chuchuyimlang to see the Ao Naga village. Overnight at Chuchuyimlang.

    Day 15: Mokokchung-Touphema

    After breakfast drive to Touphema (120km 5hrs drive), Enroute visit Lothas tribal village, Lothas are known for their colourful dances and songs particularly Shanta, Tokhu Emong and Pikhuchak are their main festivals. The former takes place on the 7th November every year. Opvuram and Longpensu are their prestigious social shawls for women and men, respectively. Overnight at Touphema Tourist village, Touphema.

    Day 16: Touphema-Kohima

    Kohima the state capital of Nagaland is situated at an altitude of 1444mts a beautiful town wide panorama views, you can have visit to Kohima village (Bara Basti) with a large traditional wooden gate decorated with the horns of buffalo representing bravery and valor of the Angami tribe, also visit IInd World War Cemetery, Museum & local market. Afternoon free to visit Angami villages. Overnight at Hotel Japfu, Kohima.

    Day 17: Kohima

    Am excursion to Khonoma village, this village that lays 20km west of Kohima was known for its fighting prowess in the past. It is also known for the fallow management of its alder trees, which balances nature in the surrounding areas. The beautiful terraces that are carved out of the hill slopes surrounding the village are a sight to behold. These terraces grow over 20 types of paddy at different elevations.

    Post Lunch visit Kohima village or Bara Basti encounter with Angami tribes, as you enter this village you notice a number of gates with traditional wooden gates with the scimitar of horns of mithun. These motifs indicate the bravery and valour of the Agamis. In the village, one comes across wooden carvings looking like horns atop some houses. One also sees relics of stone erections here and there in front of the houses, which are memorial symbols of the grand feasts offered by their ancestors. Evening free at colorful Bazaar. O/n Hotel.

    Day 18: Kohima-Tseminyu

    Full day excursion to Tseminyu (55kms) the home of the Rengmas. Overnight at Kohima.

    Day 19: Kohima

    Full day visit Southern Angami villages like Jakhama, Kigwema, Viswema and Phesama. These villages still have the remnants of the ancient culture in certain pockets of the villages.

    Day 20: Kohima-Poilwa

    Today drive Poilwa (52kms) to see Zeliang village. It has the remnants of the old culture such as the Morung of the Boy’s dormitory. Large wooden beds carved out from large trunks of trees can still be seen. It was mandatory for all unmarried young men to sleep in the morung. Overnight at Kohima.

    Day 21: Kohima-Pfutsero

    Drive to Pfutsero to see Chakhesang tribe (70kms 5hrs). Later visit Pfutseromi village. Overnight at Chakhesang Baptish Church.

    Day 22: Pfutsero

    Full day excursion to Chakhesang tribal villages. Overnight at Pfutsero.

    Day 22: Pfutsero

    Full day excursion to Chakhesang tribal villages. Overnight at Pfutsero.

    Day 23: Pfutsero-Zunheboto

    Drive to Zunheboto (200 kms 6 hrs). Overnight at Circuit House.

    Day 24: Zunheboto

    Full day explore Sema tribe. Overnight at Circuit House.

    Day 25: Zunheboto-Kohima

    Drive back to Kohima (150kms). Overnight at Hotel.

    Day 26: Kohima-Dimapur

    Drive to Dimapur (70kms 5hrs) to connect flight to Calcutta. Tour ends.

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