Hornbill Festival in Nagaland

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30 Nov Razhu Point: Nagaland | 33040 Onwards
The Hornbill festival, introduced by the State Government in the year 2000, is a weeklong festival to celebrate the Nagaland Statehood Day on 1st December. The festival is so named in collective reverence to the bird enshrined in the cultural ethos of the Nagas to espouse the spirit of unity in diversity. The state is a cultural mosaic of diverse multi-ethnicity sprung up by the several tribes that inhabit the State. During the festival, each community celebrates its myriad festivals revolving around the agrarian calendar. What emerged from a local heritage event has changed to an international festival and has now become a must visit and notable attraction in the travel itinerary of both domestic and international travelers.

Day 1: 30/11/2018: Arrive at Dimapur and drive to Kigwema
Day 2: 01/12/2018: Attend the Opening Ceremony of Hornbill Festival
Day 3: 02/12/2018: Visit Kohima and Khonoma
Day 4: 03/12/2018: Attend the Hornbill Festival
Day 5: 04/12/2018: Kigwema - village tour
Day 6: 05/12/2018: Drive to Dimapur and departure

Inclusions:
Accommodation with meals at all mentioned places as per the itinerary
Dedicated SUV/Taxi with driver
Permits
GST
Exclusions:
Airfare
Tips and gratuity
Any incidental charge

T&C

  • Age limit: 18 - 55 years.
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