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MAGICALNAGALAND

The State of Nagaland formally came into existence on 1st December, 1963, as the 16th State of the Indian Union. Nagaland is bounded by Assam in the West, Myanmar in the east, Arunachal Pradesh in the North and Manipur in the South. It has 11 Administrative Districts and inhabited by 16 major tribes and many other sub-tribes.


Nagaland is a land of folklore passed down the generations through word of mouth. Music is an integral part of life; folk songs eugolising ancestors, the brave deeds of warriors and traditional heroes; poetic love songs immortalizing ancient tragic love stories.Gospel songs that touch your soul or the modern tunes rendered exquisitely to set your feet a-tapping.


Each tribes and sub-tribes can be easily recognised by the colourful designed cosumes, jewellery and beads that they possess. The traditional ceremonial attire of each tribe is in itself, an awe inspiring sight to behold; the multi-coloured spears and daos decorated with dyed goats hair, the headgear made of finely woven bamboo interlaced with orchid stems, adorned with boar’s teeth and hornbill’s feather, elephant tusk armlet.. You name it! In days of yore every warrior had to earn each of these items through acts of valour, to wear them.


Nature could not have been kinder to Nagaland, sometimes referred to as the Switzerland of the East; the exquisitely picturesque landscapes, the vibrantly colourful sunrise and sunset, lush and verdant flora….. this is a land that represents unimaginable beauty, moulded perfectly for a breath taking experience.


Nagas belong to the Indo-Mongoloid stock, whose ancestors lived off nature’s abundant gifts, blessed with sturdy formidable dispositions. The people here are warm hearted and extremely hospitable! You will feel it in the air!


Nagaland is blessed with salubrious climate throughout the year and one can visit it anytime. If one is looking for a quiet getaway, from the hustle and bustle of city life, it provides the right ambience; as life here is laidback and slow – providing a tension free life.


Nagas, by nature, are lovers of fun and frolic and dance and songs are a part and parcel of all their festivities.

Explore NAGALAND

THE LAND OF FESTIVALS

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THE GREAT HORNBILL FESTIVAL

"The festival of all festivals"

All the tribes comes together in the month of December to celebrate this Grand festival with the best attires , rich food culture.

AOLEANG KONYAK TRIBE FESTIVAL

Aoleang Monyu Festival is celebrated by Konyak tribes of the Nagas. You will experince all the villages come together in the head quarter of the Konyaks in Mon district.

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ARTS & CRAFTS TOURS

This Arts & Crafts tour is an experiential tour of the progression of the arts and crafts of the Naga Tribes. Given in the picture is a lesson given to the young kids by the Older generation or by their Grandfathers and Uncles.

ENCHANTING DZÜKOU VALLEY

Dzükou Valley is very addicting for many trekkers. 

The valley itself is quiet inviting becuase this part of the world cannot be found randomly. Be apart of Dzükou family yourself.

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HISTORICAL & CULTURALLY NAGALAND

Kohima Battle 1944, the forgotten war between the Britishers and the Japanese is one of the main attractions inside the Capital City of Nagaland.

Get in Nagaland to see more of the historical remains in and around Nagaland.

ADVENTURE & TRIBAL TOUR

Itis adventure when you get to witness untouched beauty of remote places or less explored. In this tour you can witness tribes with inetresting structured houses and megalithic cultures. More so, filled with adventure along with tribal life is the a operfect combo.

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MOUNT SARAMATI

Mount Saramati is the highest Mountain Peak in Nagaland at 12000 ft and above.

Mount Saramati offers rich flora and fauna.

Experience the trek along with tribal villages along the way.

CULINARY TOUR

Each 17 tribes have their own unique food culture.

Among many items Pork is one of the main consumed food over all. Nagas are purely non-veg and survived on meat such as chicken, beef, mithuns, insects, bugs, and lots more.

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TATTOO TRAIL

konyak Tribes are the only tribes in Nagaland who has tattoos on their faces all the reason of being a headhunter.

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NGADA RENGMA NAGA FESTIVAL

Ngada Festival belongs to the Rengma Tribe of Nagas. This festival is and agricultural oriented celebration. It marks an end to the harvest season of the year.

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SEKRENYI ANGAMI NAGA FESTIVAL

Celebrated in the month of feb is the Sekrenyi Festival of the Angami Naga tribes. It is a "purification festival" held to wash off all past sins.The objective of the festival is to renew and "make holy" by cleansing the "body and the soul" of the village as a whole, and to bring forth unity among all communities of Nagaland.

THE BARAIL MOUNTAIN TREK

The Barail Range is a tertiary mountain range in Northeast India with an area of approximately 80,000hectres between Brahmaputra and Barak basins stretching from Nagaland & Manipur to the east and Assam & Meghalaya to the west.

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