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Nagaland Cultural Tour – 8 Nights & 9 Days

Dimapur - Kohima - Khonoma - Mokokchung - Tuensang - Mon – Dibrugarh
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8 Nights & 9 Days

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

40 people


Assamese, Bengali, English, Hindi

Nagaland is a pristine panorama that has yet to be discovered and enjoyed, hidden in the realms of an unexplored segment of the country. Nagaland evokes awe and mysticism, which is heightened by the remoteness of its geographical location. Nagas are a friendly and welcoming people. For them, life is a continuous festival, and they are true revellers. Discover this mystical state by indulging in local culture, art, and craft, as well as an incredible culinary treat. Trip India offers exclusive rates for a 3 star Cultural Tour of Nagaland for a memorable holiday in Northeastern India. The Cultural Tour of Nagaland Tour Package itinerary lasts for 08 nights and 09 days.

Nagaland invites you to enjoy 8 nights and 9 days of cultural and tribal tours in Nagaland. This journey will take you on a fantastic ride through Nagaland, allowing you to discover the excellence that can be found in every nook and cranny. On your tour, visit the tourist attractions and witness the tribal culture and rich heritage while enjoying the pleasant climate. Nagaland has many attractions to visit, such as ancient villages, caves, wildlife sanctuaries, waterfalls, and so on. Explore the Nagaland cultural and tribal tour itinerary below to learn more about the state’s untouched beauty that will undoubtedly entice you.




  • Check out the renowned Kohima War Cemetery.
  • Discover Asia's second-largest community.
  • Visit the State Museum to learn about the history and culture of the tribes.
  • Visit Asia's first green village.
  • Possibility to communicate with Ao Naga Tribes.
  • Discover the tribal community, Lotha.
  • Visit Tuensang, Nagaland's largest district.
  • Check out the village chief's residence in Shangnyu.
  • Enjoy shopping in Dibrugarh's neighbourhood market.

Day 1 : Arrival in Kohima

As you land at the Dimapur Airport, your trip of Nagaland officially begins. You will be transported to the hotel from the airport. Once at the hotel, do the check-in procedures and unwind. Finally, have a rejuvenating nap in the hotel to recover from the exhaustion of the trip.

70 kilometres separate Dimapur and Kohima.

3 hours for travel

Day 2 : Witness the beauty of Kohima

Enjoy your delectable breakfast as you welcome the dawn. Then, get set to take advantage of the Kohima local sightseeing trip. Visit the renowned Kohima War Cemetery first, where you can discover more about the Kohima Martyrs of the Second World War.

You will next be transported to Bara Basti, Asia's second-largest village. The Nagaland State Museum, which showcases the history and culture of Nagaland and its tribes, is the next stop on the tour. About 15 different tribal groups' Naga relics are also kept there.

Return to the hotel for a restful night after a wonderful day.

Day 3 : Enjoy a Day Trip to Khonoma

After a hearty breakfast, set out in the direction of Khonoma. Once there, observe the terrace farming and talk to the local tribe to learn more about their way of life and culture. The local Naga tribes have historically relied heavily on hunting and the natural world for their food supply. Return to the Kohima hotel in the evening for a relaxing night's sleep.

Day 4 : A Remarkable Trip to Mokokchung

After a delicious breakfast, check out of the hotel the following day. You will be moved to Mokokchung, also known as the home of the Ao Naga tribe, today. You will also have the option to stop by the tribal community of the Lotha on the way. Check in at the Circuit residence or hotel first. Explore the village later and engage with the native tribes to gain an understanding of their way of life. Despite having a vast amount of folk literature, these tribes are largely dependent on agriculture. Later, climb into your comfortable bed for a sound slumber.

145 kilometres separate Kohima and Mokokchung.

Time to Travel: 4 Hours

Day 5 : Off to Tuensang

Break your "fast" from the previous night at the hotel, then go. You will now be taken to Tuensang, Nagaland's largest district and the location of the Indo-Myanmar border.

Once you arrive in Tuensang, check in and register at the hotel. You are free to relax at your leisure for the remaining period. Give yourself to the dream world when the stars appear in the sky. Enjoy the meal, then spend the night at the Tuensang hotel.

80 kilometres separate Mokokchung from Tuensang.

Time to Travel: 2.5 Hours

Day 6 : Another Tribal Village Beckons on Mon

Get up to a hearty breakfast and finish the check-out procedures. The final tribal settlement of your holiday is Mon, where you will then be transported. Once you get to Mon, finish the check-in procedures and take some time to unwind at the hotel. Afterwards, you may also see the amazing flora and animals of this area, as well as huts and shops where local women sell organic fruits. Finally, go back to your hotel room, enjoy a satisfying dinner, and fall asleep in your cosy bed.

170 kilometres separate Mokokchung from Tuensang.

Time to Travel: 5 Hours

Day 7 : Explore Mon Village

Have a nice breakfast before rising to travel to Shangnyu village to see the Chief's home. Once there, you can see a number of memorial stones outside the Chief's home. Also, the property has an inspiring wooden entrance decorated with wood carving.

The largest settlement in the Mon district, Longwa, will be your next stop. Return to your hotel in the evening, spend the rest of the day at leisure, and then get a good night's sleep there.

Day 8 : Shop at Dibrugarh

Have a delicious breakfast before leaving the hotel. You will be moved to Dibrugarh today. Check into the hotel upon arrival, then relax. Visit the neighbourhood market later in the evening to buy gifts for your loved ones, then return to the hotel and relax in your comfortable bed before going to bed.

120 miles separate Mon and Dibrugarh.

Time to Travel: 4 Hours

Day : 9 The Tour Concludes

After a great breakfast, finish the check-out procedures. You will be taken to the airport for your 8 nights and 9 days of Nagaland Culture and Tribal Tour as it comes to an end.

  • MAP (Room + Breakfast + Lunch/Dinner)
  • 3 Star Hotel
  • Meals
  • Sightseeing
  • Transport
  • Pickup-Drop
  • Cab Transfer
  • Veg & Non Veg Meals
  • Welcome drink on arrival (Non-Alcoholic)- 2 Pm to 5 Pm Available Only
  • Accommodation in well appointed A/c rooms with satellite connection LCD TV, electronic safe, Mini Bar( chargeable) and intercom.
  • Buffet/TDH Menu as per the plan selected.
  • MAP – Breakfast and either Lunch or Dinner
  • Complimentary use of Tea/Coffee maker in all rooms replenished once a day, Hair dryer on request. Any additional requirement will be at an extra cost.
  • Excess baggage fees
  • Advance seat reservations
  • Entry visa fees
  • Optional extensions & excursions
  • Personal, baggage & travel insurance
  • Gratuities
  • Geverages
  • Items not specifically mentioned in the itinerary or "included features" list
  • Any items of a personal nature
  • UNUSED SERVICES: Unused services cannot be refunded once the trip has begun. No refund can be made for absence by travelers from any part of the itinerary.

8 Night- 9 Days


Tour's Location

Dimapur - Kohima - Khonoma - Mokokchung - Tuensang - Mon – Dibrugarh

What is special about Kohima?

Kohima was built by the British as a lookout post for the east. The village has seen the brutal combat between the Allies and Japan during World War II. 10,000 Allied soldiers who died in World War II's Japanese invasion are honoured in the Commonwealth War Cemetery.

What is the best time to visit Kohima?

From October through May, Kohima is the perfect time to travel there. Summers in Kohima are hot and dry. From March through June, the temperature varies from 20 to 36 degrees Celsius. In the city, it typically coincides with rain.

What is Khonoma village famous for?

Khonoma, sometimes referred to as a "warrior village," was renowned for its tenacious opposition to British colonial rule. This community has a rich literary heritage. In addition, Khonoma is renowned for its efforts to conserve animals.

How old is Khonoma?

Khonoma, known as "India's first green village," is reputed to be the oldest village in Nagaland, having been established around 600 years ago.

What is famous about Mokokchung?

The "intellectual and cultural capital" of Nagaland is Mokokchung. People from Mokokchung have led the state of Nagaland in a number of academic and cultural sectors since the 19th century, continuing through the 20th century and up to the present day.

What is the famous food of Mokokchung?

The restaurant's menu features popular items such milkshakes, fried rice, fries, chowmein, chopsuey, momos, tukpa, and momos.

How to reach Mokokchung by road?

Road travel to Mokokchung can be enjoyable. The settlement has access to National Highway 61, which runs from Jhanji to Kohima (Nagaland). (Assam). All throughout the route, the roads are beautifully constructed and surrounded by natural beauty. Take a taxi or go by car for a captivating experience as you explore this lovely city. From Guhwati, Jorhat, and a few other nearby locations, numerous buses run often to Mokokchung. Take these if you wish to travel for less money.

What is the best time to visit Mokokchung?

Mokokchung, which is in the very easternmost point of the subcontinent, features a weather pattern unique to the region. While other times of the year have milder, more comfortable temperatures, the monsoon has substantial rainfall. The greatest times to visit this stunning location may be in the winter and early summer.

How to reach Mon village?

By Air: The town of Mon is situated about 368 kilometres from Kohima and 300 kilometres from the metropolis of Dimapur. The closest transport stop is Dimapur, and it is easily accessible via cab. Those who choose to travel by air should choose the airport in Dimapur. There are connections from the airport to cities including Guwahati, Kolkata, Dibrugarh, and Imphal.

By Rail: Dimapur and Guwahati railway stations are the ones that are closest to Mon. However, Mariani Junction railway station can likewise be regarded as being close to places in Nagaland.

By Road: Roads serve as Nagaland's lifeline in their entirety. From all airports and train stations, you can hire buses and cabs. You can also board one of the buses operated by Nagaland State Transport (NST), which travels within Nagaland.

What is Mon famous for?

Tourists like the unusual location away from the bustle of the city in Mon, which is known for its untainted beauty of nature. This region provides visitors with a beautiful view of the mountain peaks, tiny towns, organic fruits, a picturesque setting, and some hiking opportunities.


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