Welcome to the land of untouched beauty.Experience life in the wilds of this remote retreat. A land engulfed in mystery is home to vibrant people who zealously guard their culture – dancers, warriors, headhunters; mountains, valleys, forests- together painting the portrait of Nagaland. The Naga people, made up of 16 proud tribes, were once fearsome warriors and headhunters, who have retained much of their traditional and cultural heritage, visible in their elaborate costumes and ritual headdress which incorporate tiger tusks, bear skins and hornbill feathers.
Stepping into Nagaland is going into the womb of Nature and experiencing the unadulterated vista of nature’s panorama. Welcome to a land extraordinaire and a land which is yet to be explored to its full potential.
Kohima the capital of the state was originally an Angami Naga homeland and the centre of a victorious battle between the allied forces and the Japanese during the Second World War.
Kohima War Cemetery
Pulie Badze wildlife sanctuary
Khonoma Green village
Intanki wildlife sanctuary