Nagaland – Land of Myths And Festivals
Land of myths and festivals, brave warriors and tribal richness, Nagaland with its capital Kohima, lures the adventures of heart. Its colourful people, great verdant landscapes and its cultural strengths are delightful combination for a memorable holiday.
Three great mountains ranges, running parallel to each other in a jagged line from North to South, comprise the backbone of Nagaland- these are Patkai, Borail and Naga ranges. The rugged mountainous terrain is the highest in Saramati in Tuesang district, which is 3840m above sea level. Japfu Pea, 3041 m which is highest in Kohima district. Nagaland history, song and dance, indigenous crafts, costumes and jewellery and myths are the intrinsic part of the warp and weft of its tradition.
Popular attraction – The world famous Hornbill Festival
Nearest Airport- Dimapur Airport
Best time to visit – August to April.