- A gift when you book your tour with us, a DVD film called ‘Mystic India.’
- International flights included
- VIP meet & greet at your aircraft door on arrival
- A useful gift is given to you on arrival
- Private arrival and departure transfers
- Private car & driver for all road transfers
- Snack Hamper, with juice and water in your private car
- Mobile phone to use while in India to keep in contact with our local office and your driver
- Meals as per itinerary (B = breakfast) (HB = breakfast, lunch or dinner) (FB = breakfast, lunch & dinner)
- Private guide for sightseeing in all major cities
- Entrances to all monument and places of interest included
- Visit to Mon village
- Enjoy mingling with locals in Mon market
- Visit Chui village and also Lonkham village
- Excursion to Khiamniungan naga villages like Noklak and Pangsha
- Visit Shamator to see Yimchuger Nagas
- Explore Ao tribal villages
- Cultural show in Touphema
- Visit the Kohima War Memorial
Our Tour features the following locations
DELHI: The largest mosque, the biggest temple, honky auto-rickshaws; it’s easy to distinguish Delhi. The city has been at the centre of the Indian civilisation for centuries and a major seat of power ever since the Mughals built their capital here. Modern Delhi presents a mix of colonial-era architecture, Mughal forts, and mausoleums, ancient bazaars, glitzy malls and world class restaurants. It often feels overwhelming, but given a chance, it always grows onto you. Be sure to visit Humayun’s Tomb, a 16th-century Mughal wonder inspired by the iconic Taj Mahal and Lodi Gardens, the best spot for sunsets in Delhi. There’s also the Hauz Khas Village, a throbbing hub that gained popularity with its Open Nights when those narrow alleys are transformed into cultural wonders, adorned with lights and decorated with streamers. There really is no better place to discover Delhi’s rich culture and mingle with its locals.
DIBRUGARH: The largest tea exporting town in India, located on the banks of the River Brahmaputra, it is the gateway to the three tea producing districts of Tinsukia, Dibrugarh, and Jorhat. A convenient base for access to Dibru Saikhowa NP, home to feral horses, Asiatic Wild Buffalo, White winged wood duck, Tiger, Elephant, Leopard, Jungle Cat, Bears, Small Indian Civet, Squirrels, Gangetic Dolphin and more. Dibrugarh is also the gateway to the adjoining tribal state of Arunachal Pradesh.
MON: The District of Mon, covers an area of 1786 Sq.km. It is bounded on the North by Sibsagar District of Assam, on the South by Tuensang District of Nagaland and Myanmar (Burma), on the East by Myanmar (Burma) and the West by Tuensang and Mokokchung District.
MOKOCHUNG: This hill station of Nagaland is the oldest town in the state and has a distinctly colonial feel to it. A drive to this hill station through the winding road with forest stretches is a thrilling experience. One can experience the Maotsu Festival of the Ao tribe with a sip of rice beer and singing and dancing.
TOUPHEMA: Located 41 km from Nagaland’s capital Kohima, Touphema is a small pictorial village which offers you an exceptional view of traditional Naga lifestyle in the lap of nature. The motto is to preserve the Naga traditional lifestyle, and that is why this village is recognised as tourist village by the local government. It offers essential comforts in an ethnic setting; the interiors also invite you into the chapters of history, traditions and ancient myths of the Naga culture.
KOHIMA: Kohima has its own unique flavour as a hill resort. A pretty town endearingly unspoilt, tranquil and immersed in history. Go for a tour around the Garrison Hill area, to revisit the Battle of Kohima and the 2nd World War Cemetery listing the brave Nagas who laid down their lives during the famous battle of the ‘Tennis Court’ took place. A bronze plate with a suitable epitaph supports each grave.