K.R.Pushpam Complex, Aarthi Theatre Road, Dindigul, 624001
Dindigul to Nagaland 6 Days Tour

In northeast India, bordering Myanmar, Nagaland is a mountainous state. It is the birthplace of numerous indigenous peoples, with festivals and markets celebrating the culture of the various tribes. In World War II, commemorated by memorials at the Kohima War Cemetery, the capital city, Kohima, endured heavy combat. Ancient arms, a ceremonial drum and other traditional Naga cultural objects are on display at the Nagaland State Museum.


DAY 1 – Kohima

  • Departing from Chennai airport.
  • On arrival at Imphal airport you will be greeted by our representative and take you to Kohima.
  • On reaching check-in to the hotel.
  • Overnight at hotel.

DAY 2 – Kohima Sightseeing

  • Kohima Breakfast at the hotel and proceed for local sightseeing of Kohima.
  • Visit the Naga Heritage village which is the main venue for Hornbill Festival.
  • Later visit to Kigwema village and learn about the tradition and culture of Angami tribe.
  • Later visit to Kohima war cemetery – and markets. Come back to Hotel.
  • Overnight at hotel.

DAY 3 – Kohima Sightseeing.

  • Kohima To Puliebadze To Kohima. Breakfast at the hotel and drive to Puliebadze wildlife sanctuary.
  • Spend half a day to view the flora & fauna.
  • Later drive back to Kohima. To visit the Nagaland State Museum.
  • Come back to Hotel.
  • Overnight at hotel.

DAY 4 – Khonoma Sightseeing.

  • Kohima To Khonoma Breakfast at the hotel and check-out. Proceed to Khonoma heritage village which is also The first Green Village in Asia. Explore the scenic beauty around the village and also the village.
  • Later visit to Dzuleke and spend the night at Khonoma.
  • Come back to Hotel.
  • Overnight at hotel.

DAY 5 – Imphal

  • Khonoma To Imphal Breakfast at the hotel and check-out.
  • Drive back to Imphal Overnight at hotel.

DAY 6 – Imphal

  • Imphal to Departure Breakfast at the hotel and check- out.
  • Transfer to airport on time to board flight back home.



We can provide  stay for ( 2*, 3*,  5*, 7* )

  • Solo Traveler
  • Double sharing Rooms
  • Suite Rooms
  • Deluxe Rooms
  • Royal Suite Rooms
  • Home stay
  • ( as per requirement )


  • Local Speaking Guide   – ( English,Tamil,Hindi,Telugu & Malayalam ) *
  • From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be take care


  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

(As per requirement *)


  • All local vehicle transport.


  • All Taxes & Fees, Activities,Boat Rides,Aarthi.


  • Domestic Flight


  • Travel Insurance


  • As per Customer Request


On 1 December 1963, Nagaland became India’s 16th province. Since the 1950s, the state has undergone an insurgency, as well as an inter-ethnic war. The economic growth of Nagaland has been restricted by violence and instability. Agriculture is the most significant economic activity, covering over 70 percent of the economy of the state. Forestry, tourism, banking, real estate, and numerous cottage industries are other important economic activities.

Tourism experts argue that the uniqueness and strategic position of the state in north-east India gives Nagaland an advantage in tapping into economic growth in the tourism sector. The state has been extremely successful in promoting the Hornbill Festival, which attracts both Indian and international tourists. Its rich culture, showcasing history and wildlife are the main thrusts of Nagaland tourism.

The tourism infrastructure is developing rapidly and experts argue that this is no longer a concern as it was in the past. A socially conscious tourism model involving the involvement of the councils, village leaders, the church and the youth is now beginning to encourage local projects and tourism pioneers.

In India, Nagaland is known as the land of festivals. The diversity of people and tribes creates a year-long environment of festivities, each with its own culture and heritage. The administration, however, celebrates all the Christian festivities. Traditional tribe-related festivals revolve around agriculture, since agriculture is directly dependent on the vast majority of the population of Nagaland.

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