Nagaland is one of the most offbeat destinations of Northeast India, popularly known for the colourful ‘HORNBILL FESTIVAL”, the tattooed tribals in headgears and loin clothes. This festival is celebrated every year with great pomp and splendour and people visit from across the country to experience the unique Naga Traditions. The main aim of this Festival is to promote the cultural heritage of Nagaland.


Apart from this, the fascinating tribal villages and the rustic village life of the Nagas evoke curiosity about this land. Moreover, the serene and pleasant weather makes Nagaland a great respite to unwind and relax from the busy city lives. The crimson sunsets overlooking the majestic hills is a sight to behold.


The naga cuisine is also quite renowned for its variety and simplicity. Every other village in Nagaland is fascinating enough to give this place a visit. Nagaland’s pork delicacies excel among the iconic North-eastern dishes.


The top destinations are :

  • Kohima District
  • Kohima War Cemetery
  • Khonoma Village
  • Kisama Heritage Village
  • Japfu Peak
  • Triple Falls
  • Longwa Village
  • Mokokchung Village
  • Mon Village
  • Wokha District
  • Naga Heritage Village