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Ultimate North East Tour with Nagaland – Famous Bridge City of India – Home of one horned Indian Rhinoceros - Package Overview

Ultimate North East Tour with Nagaland – Famous Bridge City of India – Home of one horned Indian Rhinoceros

Ultimate North East Tour with Nagaland: Overview

Nagaland is picturesque state located in the extreme North Eastern end of India.  Holiday Travel India designed Ultimate North east Tour Package with Nagaland to experience vast culture and tradition of Tribal people as well as explore your holiday in beautiful destination of Assam, West Bengal & Nagaland. Package will starts from Kolkata and end on Guwahati. In this package you will also cover the entire famous destination and perform jungle activities at Kaziranga National Park which is mentioned in the given itinerary.  This 11N/12D Package will makes your holiday memorable with us.

What is Unique in Ultimate North East Tour with Nagaland Package and why?

Ultimate North East Tour with Nagaland Package is unique blend as the exquisitely scenic landscape, rich flora, fauna, rich traditional and cultural heritage and serene ambience make package one of the most demanded. Enjoy River cruise on Brahmaputra river, Boating at salt lake in Kolkata and much more.

Ultimate North East Tour with Nagaland: Highlights

  • Largest botanical gardens of India: Botanical garden of Kolkata

  • Busiest bridge in the world: Howrah Bridge

  • Renowned monuments in Kolkata: Victoria Memorial

  • One of the most sacred Hindu Shrines of India: Kamakhya Devi Temple

  • Home of one Horned Rhino in India: Kaziranga National Park

  • Enjoy Trekking at Triple Falls

Ultimate North East Tour with Nagaland – Famous Bridge City of India – Home of one horned Indian Rhinoceros - Package Inclusion

Ultimate North East Tour with Nagaland: Inclusion

  • 11 Nights stay with Twin sharing Basis

  • Breakfast and Dinner

  • Pick up from Kolkata and Drop to Guwahati

  • 02 Nights stay with sightseeing at Kolkata

  • 02 Nights stay with sightseeing at Guwahati

  • 02 Nights stay with sightseeing at Kaziranga Nation Park

  • 02 Nights stay with sightseeing at Dimapur

  • 03 Nights stay with sightseeing at Kohima

  • Private Ac vehicle for 12 Days

  • Parking, Toll tax and driver hault

  • Inclusive of all taxes

Ultimate North East Tour with Nagaland: Exclusion

  • Any Personal Expense

  • Any airfare, busfare or railway fare

  • Lunch

  • Any activity charges

  • Gst Tax

Hotels included in this Package

Guwahati Hotels

Standard Hotels: Brahmaputra Jungle Resort: TA Rank (4.0) - Certificate of Excellence

Deluxe Hotels: Rains Inn: TA Rank (4.0) - Certificate of Excellence

Luxury Hotels: Radisson Blu Hotel Guwahati: TA Rank (4.5) - Certificate of Excellence

Kolkata Hotels

Standard Hotels: Hotel Swagath: TA Rank (4.0) - Certificate of Excellence

Deluxe Hotels: Hotel Casa Fortuna: TA Rank (4.0) - Certificate of Excellence

Luxury Hotels: Taj Bengal Hotel: TA Rank (4.5) - Certificate of Excellence

Dimapur Hotels

Standard Hotels: Rains Inn Eco Hotel: TA Rank (3.5) - Certificate of Excellence

Deluxe Hotels: Hotel Acacia: TA Rank (4.0) - Certificate of Excellence

Luxury Hotels: Hotel Acacia: TA Rank (4.0) - Certificate of Excellence

Note:  there is no Luxury hotel to stay

Kohima Hotels

Standard Hotels: Hotel Blue Bayou: TA Rank (4.0) - Certificate of Excellence

Deluxe Hotels: Hotel Eastgate: TA Rank (4.5) - Certificate of Excellence

Luxury Hotels: Hotel Eastgate: TA Rank (4.5) - Certificate of Excellence

Note: There is no Luxury Hotels are available

Kaziranga National Park Hotels

Standard Hotels: Nature Hunt Eco Camp: TA Rank (4.5) - Certificate of Excellence

Deluxe Hotels: Diphlu River Lodge: TA Rank (4.5) - Certificate of Excellence

Luxury Hotels: IORA-The Retreat: TA Rank (4.5) - Certificate of Excellence


Ultimate North East Tour with Nagaland – Famous Bridge City of India – Home of one horned Indian Rhinoceros - Package Itinerary

Arrive at Kolkata airport or railway station and meet with our representative and they will meet you with warm welcome and transfer to hotel. After complete check in formalities you will be taken to explore famous Bridge city Kolkata. Visit Howrah Bridge, Victoria Memorial, Japanese Buddhist temples and Kalighat Temple, later in the evening return to hotel. Overnight stay with dinner at Kolkata Hotel

Meals: Dinner

Lunch: Served at any nearest restaurant

After breakfast start your day by visit Hsuan Tsang Chinese Buddhist Temple, Myanmar Temple, Visit the Marble Palace mansion to see the paintings and statues, the Jain Temple, Dakshineswar Hindu Temple - 12 Shiva shrines, Belur Math a temple complex and headquarters of a Monastic Order that is Hindu in origin. After that you may have lunch at any nearest Restaurant and then continue your tour towards Kolkata Market for shopping. By the evening you will visit salt lake and enjoy boating, then come back to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Kolkata Hotel

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Lunch: Served at same hotel

After breakfast check out from hotel and you will drop to Kolkata airport to take a flight for Guwahati. Guwahati is popular tourist attraction for its temple. Upon arrival check in to hotel and Shankerdev Kalakestra which is a place where Assamese history and culture presents. After that visit Kamakhya Temple, Assam State Museum. Later you may have lunch at any nearest restaurant then move towards Guwahati Planetarium. By the evening we offer you a Golden sunset cruise on the Brahmaputra River. In the evening return back to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Guwahati hotel

Meals: Dinner

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

After breakfast start your day by visit some more famous sightseeing of Guwahati which includes Hajo, it is an ancient pilgrimage center of Hindu, Muslim and Buddhist people. After that you will visit Umananda Island which is known as smallest river island in the world. Later you will visit nearest restaurant for lunch. After lunch you have some more time to explore Guwahati by visit Accoland theme park which is 21 km away from city center, enjoy your half day at theme park. By the evening return back to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Guwahati hotel

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Lunch: Served at any nearest Restaurant

After arrival at Guwahati airport or railway station and proceed to Kaziranga National Park which is famous home of one horned rhino in Assam. Upon arrival checkin to hotel and have lunch at same hotel, rest of the day free at your leisure. By the evening you will visit local sightseeing which includes Karbi Ethnic village and local model village. By the evening come back to resort and overnight stay with dinner at Kaziranga Nation Park

Meals: Dinner

Lunch: Served at any enroute Restaurant

Early in the morning you will visit for elephant safari which starts from 05:30 am - 06:30 am or a second shift start from 6.30 am-7.30 am depends on you, and enjoys an outing to the Western range of the park. After elephant safari you will come back to resorts and have breakfast, rest some hours at your leisure. After lunch get ready to explore jeep safari at central range which starts from 01:30 pm – 03:30 pm. After exploring Jungle jeep safari you will return back to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Kaziranga Resort

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Lunch: Served at same hotel

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed towards Dimapur which is largest and fastest growing city of Nagaland. Upon arrival check in to hotel and you may rest of the day free at your leisure. By the evening you will visit nearby market to buy some Tribal ornaments and overnight stay with dinner at Dimapur Hotel

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Lunch: Served at any nearest Restaurant


After breakfast start your day by visit such famous and most visited places of Dimapur which includes Kacheri Monuments, Chumukedima, Shiva temple and Nagaland Science Centre. After sightseeing you may have time to stop for lunch at any nearest Restaurant, later you will visit some more places to explore your day which includes The Triple Falls and Diezephe village explore culture or lifestyle of tribal people. By the evening come back to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Dimapur hotel

Meals: Breakfast and dinner

Lunch: Served at any nearest Restaurant

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed towards Kohima, land of the Angami Naga tribe.   Upon arrival we shall take part in the ‘Hornbill Festival’ which is annually celebrated at Kisama, Kohima from the 1stDec to 7th Dec. It is a celebration of all the tribes coming together with their colourful attires, songs, dances. They are stalls where one can collect souvenirs, local food and traditionally prepared wine are also additional attraction of the festival. All these 7 days are occupied with both day and night events. Apart from the day activities and amusements one can witness western musical nights, fashion show, night bazaar where you can organize your dinner. “World hottest chilly” eating competition is becoming a total new experience for many people to participate or even to see. After the programmed is over for the day we shall visit Kigwema village and Overnight stay with dinner at Kohima Hotel.

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Lunch: Served at any nearest restaurant

After breakfast you may have full day free at your leisure or enjoy Horn Bill festival.  The Hornbill festival is a celebration held every year from 1st - 10th December, in Nagaland, North-east India.  The aim of the festival is to revive and protect the rich culture of Nagaland and display its extravaganza and traditions. Overnight stay with dinner at Kohima hotel

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Lunch: Served at any nearest restaurant

Today we shall drive to Khonoma village 20km/1hr. The ‘First Green Village of the country’, on our village tour we shall come across ceremonial gate, morung, fort, age group house, cairn circle, meet local craftsmen and traditional lunch out the village. Post Lunch we take a ‘nature walk’. We come across the most sustainable jhum fields alone with Alder Tress, herbal plants, hear birds chirping, etc. Drive back to Kohima and Overnightstay with dinner at Kohima Hotel.

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Lunch: Served at any nearest Restaurant

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed towards Guwahati. Upon arrival you will drop to airport or railway station for onwards journey. Tour gets end with lots of memory

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Lunch: Served at any nearest restaurant

Ultimate North East Tour with Nagaland – Famous Bridge City of India – Home of one horned Indian Rhinoceros - Package Other Details

How to Reach Guwahati

By Flight: Guwahati has Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport at Borjhar, about 20 km west of the center of the city. There are direct flights to Guwahati from Delhi, Jaipur, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Chennai, Ahmedabad and other major cities in India by different airlines. Druk Air connects Guwahati internationally airport to Bangkok and Paro twice a week.

By Train: Guwahati falls under the Northeast Frontier Railway zone of the Indian Railways. Guwahati Junction which is the major station of Guwahati is the headquarters of the zone. Two other stations are Kamakhya Junction and New Guwahati (for freight services) located towards west and east from Guwahati respectively. Kamakhya Junction is the second largest station of the city. Guwahati is well connected by express trains to major cities like New Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chandigarh, Mumbai, Jaipur, Trivandrum, Ranchi, Patna, Kollam, Puri, Jammu etc

By Bus: Guwahati connects with the states Bihar, Jharkhand and West Bengal with National Highway 31. National Highway 37 from Goalpara in Assam to Dimapur in Nagaland traverses the entire length of Assam and connects Guwahati with almost all the major cities of Assam including the cities of Jorhat, Dibrugarh and Bongaigaon. Citizens from Myannmar can come in through the border post of Tamu-Moreh and take a connecting flight from Imphal to the city. There are also regular Bus services from Imphal to the city. Similarly, citizens can come from Bhutan and Bangladesh through Border Posts and take the Bus Services to the city.

Best time to visit Nagaland

The best time to visit Nagaland is between October and May. When rains are far from the state, between June and September, the state receives extremely heavy rains.

Kolkata Tourism Places to Visit

Sunderbans Tiger Reserve

Sunderbans, the world’s largest delta and mangrove swamp, is formed by the merging of three rivers- the Ganga, the Brahmaputra and the Meghna- and has a 2,585 sq km wildlife sanctuary that extends into Bangladesh. The Wildlife Sanctuary, which is the world’s largest estuarine sanctuary, has some of India’s most interesting wildlife, and is worth a visit. Spreading over a series of densely forested islands and saline water channels, Sunderbans is home to spotted deer, wild pigs, monkeys, herons, kingfishers, white bellied eagles and over 200 Royal Bengal tigers.

Botanical garden

 State cultivation of a variety of crops from across the world. Situated at a convenient distance of 8 km away from the city, the gardens cover an area of around 273 acres. The Kolkata Botanical garden is credited with being one of the oldest and largest botanical gardens of India, containing an astonishing 12,000 living perennial plants and millions of dried out plants gathered from across the globe.

Howrah Bridge

Howrah Bridge, located over the Hooghly River in Kolkata, West Bengal, is said to be the busiest bridge in the world. Also known by the name 'Rabindra Setu', Howrah Bridge was set up in 1874 and was opened to traffic in 1943. It derived its name owing to the fact that it connects the city of Howrah to Kolkata.  Howrah Bridge, also termed as the gateway of Kolkata, is one such structure which due to its magnificence and stately appeal has been the face of Kolkata for over a century.

Victoria Memorial

One of the renowned monuments in Kolkata, Victoria Memorial was built in the loving memory of Queen Victoria in 1921. Built and designed by Sir William Emerson, the Victoria Memorial Hall is an impressive edifice, which is made in white marble and is a perfect blend of Mughal and European architectural styles.  The Victoria Memorial is also a museum that houses some rare pictures, and statues of men and women who played a prominent part in the history of India and develop a pride in their past especially in relation to the history of Calcutta. In addition the museum also houses dresses, along with several artillery weapons from the Battle of Plassey, the Whispering Gallery in the dome and the famed Rosewood piano.

Japanese Buddhist temples

The only Japanese Buddhist temple in Kolkata is located on the southern fringe of the Rabindra Sarovar. It was established in 1935 by Nichidatsu Fujii, founder of the worldwide Buddhist association, the Nipponzan Myohoji. Monks offer prayers in Japanese, to the sound of beating drums, in the early morning hours and at dusk. There are no restrictions on entry to the main temple even when prayers are in progress. Outside the main temple building there is a pillar, with a message of peace engraved in Japanese, and a pair of lions that symbolise the guardians of the faith.

Hsuan Tsang Chinese Buddhist Temple (Monastery)

The Hsuan Tsang Monastery has remarkable resemblance with his Himalayan counterparts like Rumtek, Hemis and Tawang, each of which built over a large area containing several temples and other religious structures. Located in Paschim Chowbaga of the Tiljala region the Monastery is best approached from the Ruby Hospital on the Eastern Metropolitan Bypass. Regular auto services are available from Ruby to just sort of the Hsuan Tsang Monastery.

Myanmar (Burma) Buddhist Temple, Kolkata

The Maynmar (Burma) Buddhist Temple is located on 10 A Eden Hospital Road, next to the horse mounted statue of Rana Pratap, just off the Central Avenue. The two boards on the no descriptive three storied building are the only evidence of the Myanmar (Burma) Buddhist Temple in Kolkata (Calcutta).The Myanmar (Burma) Buddhist Temple of Kolkata (Calcutta) was established in 1928 by U San Min and the building was purchased for Rs 47,000. It was called the Burma Buddhist Dharamsala which later came to be known as the Myanmar Buddhist Temple.

Kolkata Monuments

Kolkata, famously known as the ‘City of Joy’, is not just another metro city, but has an important place in the history of India. In Kolkata you will find multiple places to tell the story of the British age.  

  • Victoria Memorial

  • Dakshineshwar Kali Temple

  • Marble Palace

  • Indian Museum

  • Fort William

West Bengal climate

The climate of West Bengal varies from tropical savannah in the southern portions to humid subtropical in the north.

West Bengal culture

The culture of West Bengal is an Indian Culture which has its roots in the Bengali literature, music, fine arts, drama and cinema.

Main Festival of West Bengal

Durga Puja: Durga Puja is solemnized as perhaps the most significant of all celebrations in Benga

Places to visit in Guwahati

Kamakhya Devi Temple: Kamakhya Temple situated some 5 km from the main city on the Nilachal Hill, is one of the most sacred Hindu Shrines of India. Goddess Kamakhya is worshipped here. Ambubachi Mela is celebrated every year in the middle of June in this temple. Many devotees from across the country gathered here during this mela.

River Cruise: One of the major attractions of Guwahati is the River Cruise on the Brahmaputra river. To go on a cruise on the mighty river is a thrilling experience. There are cruise vessels like 'MV Mahabahu', 'Jolporee', 'Charaidew', 'MV Chandardinga',[32] 'Alfresco', 'Baginadi' etc. that will take visitors on joy rides on the Brahmaputra river. On board these luxurious cruise vessels tourists can relax and enjoy the beautiful view of the sunset

Umananda Temple: On the peacock island in the middle of the Brahmaputra, this Shiva temple was built in 1664. It is believed that Lord Shiva by using his third eye burnt Kamdeva at this place. Every year Shivaratri is celebrated in this temple in a great way. The island is believed to be the world's smallest human inhabited island. The world's largest river island is Majuli.

Accoland: Accoland family fun kingdom is the north-east's only amusement park named after Acco, the mythological king of amusement. This park is at Patgaon. Srimanta Sankaradeva Kalakshetra: Shankardev Kalakshetra is a place that visitors should never miss. Shankardev Khalakshetra name synonymous with the great Vaishnava saint and scholar of Assam Srimanta Shankardeva. It is a multipurpose cultural complex that has fulfilled its aim in protecting, promoting and preserving the cultural heritage of the communities and tribes of Assam and the country.

Guwahati Planetarium: Situated in Uzanbazar this planetarium is the only one of its kind in the North-Eastern region and a center of astronomical research. For visitors, the mysterious aspects of the universe are brought alive by sheer audio-video technique and explained in the dark domed structure inside the planetarium.

Assam State Museum: Assam State Museum is situated near Dighalipukhuri. It houses many rare, specimen of the Ahom Dynasty. Many articles of equipment, dress materials belonging to the glorious past of Assam are found here. Many antiques, statues, manuscripts, written on Shashi-paat and other valuable articles are preserved and displayed here.

NEDFi Haat: NEDFi Haat is at a leased building of Industries & Commerce Department Govt. of Assam. In NEDFi Haat visitors can buy handicraft and handloom products. As well as they can buy varieties of traditional food items produced by the Self Help Groups of the State in the Bihu seasons

Balaji Temple, Guwahati: This temple is a recent addition to the religious places of Guwahati. It is situated at Betkuchi area of the city. Balaji temple with striking South Indian architecture is unlike the other temples of this place. In the evening illuminated by electric lights the temple looks very beautiful.

Culture and Tradition of Assam

The state has a large number of tribes, each unique in it's tradition, culture, dresse and exotic way of life. Diverse tribes like Bodo, Kachari, Karbi, Miri, Mishimi, Rabha, etc co-exist in Assam, most tribes have their own languages though Assamese is the principal language of the state.

Bihu dance of Assam

Bihu dance is among the most popular folk dances of the north-eastern state of Assam. Performed during the Bihu fest, the dance is an intrinsic way of expressing the cultural metamorphosis of Assam. he youthful jolly appearance of the dancers and their swaying movement portray the essence of cultural flavor still preserved in the subcontinent. Drums are an essential instrument in this dance and are traditionally called dhol which is operated using a single stick. The dancers form a circle or a straight line and dance to the tune of the dhol.

Kaziranga National Park

The Kaziranga is a vast expanse of tall elephant grass, marshland, and dense tropical moist broadleaf forests, crisscrossed by four major rivers, including the Brahmaputra, and the park includes numerous small bodies of water. Kaziranga has been the theme of several books, songs, and documentaries. The park celebrated its centennial in 2005 after its establishment in 1905 as a reserve forest.

It is refuge for the world's largest population of great one-horned rhinoceros. Kaziranga has the highest density of tigers among protected areas in the world and was declared a Tiger Reserve. Large number of elephant, wild Asiatic water buffalo and swamp deer, Bengal Floricans, Pallas's Fish Eagle, Black-necked Storks, Asian Elephants, size dominates the vast grasslands.

Kaziranga National Park Safari

Park safari is one of the main attractions and activities for tourists. One can enjoy Elephant, Jeep Safaris, and trekking in Kaziranga to explore the treasure of wildlife.  Here you can enjoy your wildlife by performing various activities which is given below.

Elephant Safari: Elephant Safari starts from very early morning and continues for one or 1/2 hours, Elephant safari is the best way to explore the wide varieties of wildlife in the Kaziranga National Park, area covered by the Elephant Grass can be best viewed trip through elephant's back. This ride is very interesting activity that charms wildlife lovers from all over. Situated in the north eastern region of India called Assam, the rich bio diversity and dense woodlands of Kaziranga is the perfect wildlife destination.

Jeep Safari: Jeep Safari in Kaziranga National Park is permitted on designated tourist's path that is decided by the forest officials. Currently the areas covered in a Jeep Safari are as following: Mihimukh in Central Range at Kohora, Bagori in Western Range at Bagori. One can enjoy the main attractions of Kaziranga by Jeep, which is usually accompanied by a guide or escort. Jeep Safari is a wonderful ride through which one can explore tigers, one horned rhinoceros, wild buffaloes, elephants, herd of deer, Pythons, and many other mammals & birds as well.

One Horn Rhino

The Great one horned rhino is commonly found in Nepal, Bhutan and in Assam, India. It is confined to the tall grasslands and forests in the foothills of the Himalayas. The Indian Rhinoceros can run at speeds of up to 25 mph (40 km/h) for short periods of time and is also an excellent swimmer.  An increase in rhino poaching in the northern region of Assam has been witnessed. There was a period, when poaching activities rose in the state affecting many wildlife species particularly one-horned rhinos. As a result, one of the major issues of concern for wildlife conservation authority of Kaziranga was to protect the animal and prevent the trade of prohibited wildlife.

Kaziranga National Park is famous for which Animal

Kaziranga National Park is famous for one Horned Rhino which is rarely found in India.

Places to visit in Dimapur

Kachari Ruins: The Dimasa Kachari Ruins are a set of ruins located is in Dimapur, Nagaland.  This is believed that the scattered stones and bricks are the remains of temples and embankments. Though the pillars have lost most of their glory because of gradual crumbling, yet those who wish to explore the past era of Nagaland still find a reason to pay a visit.

Chumukedima: Chumukedima is a census town and the district headquarters of the Dimapur district. The Tourist Village on the top of a hill projects a bird's eye view the whole of Dimapur and other parts of Karbi-Anglong of Assam.  It is a tourist village on the top of a hill project giving bird’s eye view of the whole district of Dimapur and even of Karbi-Anglong District of Assam

Triple Falls Trail: Triple Falls are located in the huge city of Dimapur in Nagaland. They are particularly located in Seithekima Village, these three beautiful and glistening streams cascade from a height of 280 ft into a natural pool making the entire view stunning.  The water from the falls is believed to merge into a natural pool. Trekking to the falls is one of the major attractions of these falls.

Rangapahar Reserve forest: Rangapahar Reserve forest is famous for its plants variety which is of great medical importance and hence, conserved here for future use. Apart from this, you will find a variety of animals in this place which can only be found here. There are many endangered species conserved in this reserve which are rarely seen by any one and are on the verge of extinction. You can find animals like bear, deer, chitals, wild goat and many more in the reserve forest. Aside from that, many endangered species are also preserved in the forest which are rarely seen elsewhere and are on the verge of extinction.

Nagaland Science Centre: Nagaland Science Centre Dimapur is an establishment under the Department of Science & Technology, Govt. of Nagaland. It was developed by National Council of Science Museums. This is a different approach to introduce the miracles of science to the society. Nagaland science center is located behind Naga shopping arcade and is promoting creative learning through triumphant approaches. The Science Centre has three galleries, one is Our Senses, second is Children’s Corner and third is Fun Science. There is a Tara Mandal which has an inflatable dome that lets you peek deeper into the sky at the night. There is a science park as well which has some especially designed exhibits that increase the learning tendencies.

Nagaland places to visit

Nagaland, the hilly region in the northeast of India, makes an amazing tourist destination with its majestic hills and breathtaking valleys. hilly region makes it a perfect place for adventurous activities like trekking, jungle camping and rock climbing. Enjoy oneness with nature or enjoy adrenaline flow in Nagaland.

  • Kohima

  • Dimapur

  • Mokokchung

  • Wokha

  • Mon

  • Phek

Places to visit in Kohima

Catholic Church: Catholic Church is considered as one of the biggest churches in the north-east region of India and is one of its kinds in the entire Kohima. Catholic Church is listed in the biggest churches. It is located on the Aradhurah Hill of Kohima setting an example of fabulous architectural marvel. Just standing at this church, one can witness wonderful views of the surroundings

Tuophema: Tuophema village Located about 40 km from the capital city of Kohima is the Touphema Village. It is a cultural village where you get to know the traditional life of the Nagas in an intimate manner.  Built by the local community in partnership with the Tourism Department of Nagaland, Touphema village is a collection of small huts build in Naga design and decorated like a traditional Naga household intending on giving the tourists the feel of living in a Naga tribal house

Kohima Museum: The museum acquaints the tourists about the rich history of the state. One of the prominent attractions of the museum is the unique artifacts of the sixteen tribes that live in the state. There are many tribes that inhabit in Nagaland. The Kohima Museum was primarily established to present the world about the diverse lifestyle, habitat and culture of the tribal people. The museum preserves various things belonging to tribal community like the colorful traditional clothes, clan motifs, precious stones (carnelian, tourmaline and coral) and so on Tourists visiting the museum can also study Nagamese, which is a pidgin language invented by the Nagas, with the help of local dialects and Assamese. Apart from this, this museum also preserves the sixteenth tribal group of the Nagaland tribes.

Ruzaphema: Ruzaphema, located 5 km away from Kohima on the Dimapur-Kohima Road, is a popular shopping area. This area is known for its colourful bazaars, where visitors can shop for unique and beautiful handicrafts that are made by the tribal women of Nagaland.  Ruzaphema has a total population of 2,396 peoples. There are about 327 houses in Ruzaphema village. Medziphema Town is nearest town to Ruzaphema which is approximately 17km away

Dzukou Valley: The Dzukou Valley is a valley located at the border of the Indian states of Nagaland and Manipur . It can be reached in five hours of trek from Mt. This valley is well known for its natural beauty, seasonal flowers and the overall flora and fauna. The valley is famous for its wide range of flower in every season. But the most famous one is the dzuko lily. There is two another way of reaching the valley. One is from the foothills of Viswema Village and another one is from foothills of Jakhma Village both in Nagaland. Trek from the former route is about 17 km and takes longer and is less challenging.

Shopping in Kohima

Kohima is best for shopping in entire Nagaland. The main products to be bought in Kohima are woven bamboo, tribal shawls, jewellery, beadwork and also fashionable clothes. Handloom items are also the attraction of Kohima markets

Nagaland culture

The tribes have similar cultures and traditions, and form the majority ethnic group in the Indian state of Nagaland, with significant population in Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh and some small population in Assam.

Nagaland Festivals

The popularity of Nagaland in and outside India is mainly due to the co existence of a number of colorful tribes and ethnic cultures that are prevalent there. Due to the existence of a number of different kinds of tribes, their distinct cultures and customs, life in Nagaland is one long festival. The state is inhabited by 16 major tribes - Ao, Angami, Chang, Konyak, Lotha, Sumi, Chakhesang, Khiamniungan, Kachari, Phom, Rengma, Sangtam, Yimchungrü, Kuki, Zeliang and Pochury as well as a number of sub-tribes.Each tribe is unique in character with its own distinct customs, language and dress. Two threads common to all, is language and religion.

Nagaland Religion

Nagaland Religion in Nagaland comprises mostly of the followers of Christianity. Prior to the advent of the British rulers, the local indigenous inhabitants of Nagaland