The land of Festivals; Nagaland is an experience in itself. Enriched by the culture and traditions of various tribes and clans; the naturally virgin state is a paradise for fashion and merchandise designers who can get inspirational themes. It’s a hub of adventure sports also complementing the free spirited nagas who take to adventure and sports like fish to water. Trekking and Angling are sure shot bets. The flora and fauna is exotic making it a wayfarer’s delight.
The Second World War Memorial in Kohima (the capital city) is a sentinel to some of the fiercest second world battles between the British and Japanese forces. A trek to the Jafpu peak will satiate those who seek adventure. Pulie Badze is a do yourself trek with an interesting story behind it. Glorious sun rise and sun sets play hide and seek among verdant tropical rain forests in the state. The Hornbill festival held every year in the month of December at the Naga Heritage Village is a grand spectacle of Naga culture is a must experience. All the Naga tribes participate in this festival showing their customs and dances making it a photographer’s delight. Music, short films and some authentic Naga cuisine complete the package. All other north eastern states participate in it; making it a grand show reflecting the entire region
Hornbill Festival attracts a large number of visitors from across the globe, showcasing a mélange of cultural displays under one roof at a model village built at Kisama, a village situated 12 kms away from …
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