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"Of Valleys and Warriors!"

An Angami Chapter (5N/6D)
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The major tribe that you will be exposed to in this belt is the “Angami” tribe – Historically, a community of warriors with an efficient understanding of land usage which is seen through the terraced farming practiced majorly in the region. Experts of their primary occupation, agriculture, the green fingers that people are blessed with in this region show their results as you pass by households and farms filled with colours of nature. Prepare to be fascinated with this short journey to the Naga hills of the Eastern Himalayan Range.

The highlights of this trip are :

  1. Explore the historic village of Khonoma
  2. Relish organic meals as you visit Asia’s first green village.
  3. Trek to Dzükou valley
  4. Hike through the through its pristine hills and streams of Dzüleke
  5. Visit the World War II memorial
  6. Explore the local market, cafes and bakeries of Kohima

So much of the beauty in travel lies in the diversity of cultures that one can come across in a journey. With 17 major tribes and many more sub-tribes, Nagaland proves to be one of the most culturally diverse states in India. A region with an incredibly rich treasure trove of natural and cultural heritage filled with stories passed down through folklore- stories of love and war, of gains and losses and of kingdoms and tribes- all waiting to be heard and passed down generations.

With each tribe having their own unique set of dialects, customs, food and attire, we would say it would take a few years, if not decades, to claim to have travelled and experienced all that Nagaland has to offer. Join us in one of the chapters in what could be an ongoing journey of exploring Nagaland over time as we take you through some of the most beautiful destinations in the state.

  • Stay in comfortable, clean and hygienic accommodation (twin/triple sharing)
  • Transport to and from Dimapur airport/Railway Station in Swift Dzire/Innova/ Force Traveller
  • Breakfast on all days except Day 1
  • Dinner on Day 1, 2, 3, and 4
  • Lunch on Day 2, 4 and 5
  • Designated tour leader
  • Permit, Parking and toll charges
  • Driver allowance, food and accommodation
  • Airfare charges
  • All food & beverages costs apart from the ones mentioned above
  • Any camera fees
  • Hotel & driver tips (we request you to encourage our locals with tips for their hard work)
  • Entry ticket fees to Museums, Parks, etc.
  • Any personal expenditure (Toiletries, medicines, etc.)
  • Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary/ stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control.
  • Anything not specifically mentioned under the head “Inclusions”.
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