Celebrate Naga’s Cultural Diversity With Hornbill

Traditional Attire of Men in Nagaland's Hornbill FestivalNagaland Women Performing Traditional Dance - Hornbill Festival

Dubbed as the festival of festivals that epitomizes the customs and traditions of the Naga tribes, Hornbill festival in Nagaland is annually held in the first week of December. Showcasing the little-known dances and traditions of the sixteen major Naga tribes, the festival also has Thai, Burmese and the Koreans performing at the event.
Kipepeo’s 9 days trip starts with exploring the world heritage site of Karziranga national park in open jeeps and on elephant backs. The itinerary also includes visit to the cultural capital of Ao Nagas and to the green village of Khonoma. The last three days would be spent in Kisama where you can watch the vibrant dance performances of the Naga tribes and spend your evenings at the night market of Kohima.
View the complete itinerary here. The trip is priced at Rs. 30,500 (ex Guwahati) for Indian nationals and at Rs. 33,000 (ex Guwahati) for foreign nationals. To book your ticket, either call on 9930002412 or send an e-mail on trips@kipepeo.in.
Related Articles
comments powered by Disqus