Tours in Nagaland, one of the most untouched places in India, and its stunning hills and valleys present an otherworldly image that lures the adventure-lover in you. Once considered to be one of the most dangerous places in the country because of its violent natives, the state has now given into development and the South accepts tourists with open arms.


Nagaland is largely unknown, even to most Indians, yet we hear so much about those flower-filled hills and enchanting ravines. Stories of travelers crossing the slippery mountain borders to meet Eastern Naga who still prefer to wear their sea-shelled costumes and live in remote hilltop villages are often narrated in hushed tones. Experiences of a place that hasn’t changed much over hundreds of years manage to raise an eyebrow or two.

Think of Nagaland as a place that has been completely cut off from the rest of the world, from modern development itself. The Naga culture thrives on its connection to nature and the old-world way of life, and therein lies its true beauty.


Highlights of Nagaland

13 days from £2933.00


Apart from the hills and valleys, the next best thing about Nagaland is the Tribes and their intriguing history and lifestyle. There is so much more to discover about them, their diehard spirit to retain the purity and authenticity of their culture, their rituals, festivals, food habits and above all surviving in today's metamorphosis of civilisation, in harmony

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