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 Kohima, the capital of Nagaland. History and Naga culture abounds in every nook and corner of the terrain here.
For a true Naga nothing matters more than their tradition which has taught them to extend warm hospitality to a guest who knocks at their door with an openness of being.
Join the Hornbill Festival for closer understanding of the people and diverse culture of Nagaland that very few are exposed to. It is your chance to experience Naga food which is no less varied, as are the songs, dances and customs of the place. This colorful festival is a paradise for a foodie, particularly if one is willing to go wild on food.
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