Nagaland is located in the extreme eastern part of India. Bordered by Myanmar in the east, Arunachal Pradesh in the North, Manipur in the south, and Assam in the West
The majority of the land is hilly except some few portion of land which borders Assam is plain.
Nagaland is home to a number of tribes and each tribe has its unique culture and tradition. The mountainous land and forest cover of Nagaland hosts a number of flora and fauna which offers a lot of off beaten tracks and destinations that are yet to be explored. We take to to the depths of the far flung areas that will still give insights of many living traditions
Day 1:- Dimapur- Kohima (2.30 hrs)
Meet a representative on arrival and drive to Kohima. Enroute stop at some local market, have a cup of tea at ‘Chapru’.
Rest of the day in Kohima.Overnight at Homestay
Day 2:- Kohima.
Sightseeing in and around Kohima. Visit the war cemetery where thousands lie remembered fighting for the Battle of Kohima during the World War II. Spend time exploring the local markets. Visit Kigwema village.Overnight Razu Pru Guesthouse
Day 3:- Kohima- Khonoma.(1 hr)
Morning drive to Khonoma village and explore the village, meet local craftsmen, visit ceremonial gates, age group house.
In the evening we shall witness some important indigenous games.Overnight. Home Stay
Day 4:- Khonoma- Dzuleke.
The trek starts from the village along the ‘old road’ through a forest of Alder trees. You shall also see Mithun, the state animal and you will have the opportunity to feed them with salt! Your vehicles pick you later and continue along the dirt track to Dzuleke.Overnight Village Homestay
Day 5:- Dzuleke- Poilwa- Benreu.
Long day of trekking through stunning countryside. Morning, trek through the pristine forest of Dzuleke to the village of Poilwa (2 / 3 trek). You have now moved from Angami territory into Zeliang tribal villages. After lunch at Poilwa the trek continues up from the river valley floor & agricultural fields to the hill top of Benreu village, a staggeringly pretty and totally unspoilt Zeliang village.
The trek from Poilwa to Benreu village takes 3/4 hrs trek! Overnight Village Homestay
Day 6:- Benreu.
Either spends a relatively relaxing day exploring the village, enjoying the sun and admiring the scenic view or for the tougher ones, a trek to Mt PAUNA can be arranged, this is the 3rd highest mountain in Nagaland. The climb is not technical, it is just quite steep! The trek is 3 hrs each way.Overnight Village Homestay
Day 7:- Benreu- Peletkie- Dimapur.
Today, we shall drive back to Dimapur which takes approximately 4 hours. En route visit Peletkie Village where you get to see locally made salt. Depending on your arrival we shall also visit Diezephe ‘The Craft Village’.Overnight at Homestay
Day 8:- Dimapur- OUT
Today connect your flight for onward journey.
TREKKING KITS (Included) :
- Explore some Angami Naga & Zeliang tribe villages
- Explore the first Green Village in the Country.
- Witness some important indigenous games.
- Witness the Organic Farming with Alder trees.
- Day Hike