Places to Visit : Arrival Delhi – Guwahati – Kaziranga National Park – Majuli – Ziro – Daporijo – Along – Pasighat – Roing – Hunli – Anini – Roing – Tezu – Dibrugarh – Mon – Tuensang – Mokokchung – Jorhat Airport – Delhi or Kolkata
Nagaland is the remote north east state of India it is famous for his Naga and Hornbill festival. This part of India reach physically and historically isolated region of India. It is an unexplored paradise with abundant natural landscapes & beauty, wild life, flora & fauna, historical temples and monuments and its colorful tribal people. Its biodiversity, geography and diversified cultural heritage create the region not only a must on the travel list of tribes tour, trekking, rafting, angling, and nature photography.
The Naga are particularly famous for the institution of Morungs (bachelor dormitories), the Feasts of Merit celebrating the power and deeds of great men, the practice of headhunting and their beliefs about death, fertility and the human skull. The human head was seen as the seat of wisdom, of fertility and of the human soul: it was the repository and conductor of power
Day 1 : Arrival Delhi or Kolkata Day 2 : Delhi or Kolkata – Guwahati Day 3 : Guwahati – Kaziranga National Park Day 4 : Kaziranga National Park Day 5 : Kaziranga National Park – Majuli Day 6 : Majuli Day 7 : Majuli – Ziro Day 8 : Ziro Day 9 : Ziro – Daporijo Day 10 : Daporijo Day 11 : Daporijo – Along Day 12 : Along Day 13 : Along – Pasighat Day 14 : Pasighat – Roing Day 15 : Roing – Hunli Day 16 : Hunli – Anini Day 17 : Anini Day 19 : Anini Day 20 : Anini – Roing Day 21 : Roing – Tezu Day 22 : Tezu – Dibrugarh Day 23 : Dibrugarh – Mon Day 24 : Mon Day 25 : Mon Day 26 : Mon – Tuensang Day 27 : Tuensang Day 28 : Tuensang – Mokokchung Day 29 : Mokokchung Day 30 : Mokokchung – Jorhat Airport – Delhi or Kolkata Day 31 : Departure transfer