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Hornbill Festival at Nagaland: 06 Nights & 07 Days  - Dimapur Airport (DMU) / Dimapur Railway Station (DMV) - Dimapur – Kohima (01 Night)  – Kisama (01 Night) – Dzukou (01 Night) – Kigwema (01 Night)  - Khonoma (01 Night) – Dimapur (01 Night) - Dimapur Airport (DMU) / Dimapur Railway Station (DMV)

Day – 01 – Arrival at Dimapur & transfer to Kohima - Meet and greet at Dimapur and transfer to Kohima i.e. Kigwema Hornbill eco - Kohima,  is a hilly district of India's North Eastern State of Nagaland Kohima was originally known as Kewhira - The name, Kohima, was officially given by the British as they could not pronounce the Angami name of Kewhira (Tenyidie for "the land where the flower Kewhi grows") - It is called after the wild flowering plant Kewhi, found in the mountains. Most local people prefers to use 'Kewhira'  - Campsite - If time permits visit Kisama Festival ground for cultural show - Overnight at Tent (Welcome Drink & Dinner Included)

Day – 02 - Kisama  - After breakfast walk to the festival ground and enjoy cultural performance of different Naga tribes - They are so vibrant and showcase their culture keeping originality of the tribal heritage - Naturally Naga tribes like Aao, Tankhul, Zemi etc. are famous for their lifestyle, dwelling, handloom, war dance, playful activities and war song and different non-veg cuisine - All the activities are photographer’s delight - Then pick a camera and be the photographer for the whole day - Evening back to camp and enjoy campfire - Breakfast / (Dinner on request at least 4 hours prior notice Only)

Day – 03 - Kigwema – Dzukou (Trek) - Early breakfast - Next drive to Jakhama for onward Dzukou trek - Reach Jakhama after a half an hour and trek start to the Dzukou valley which is also known  Dzükou is originally derived from the Viswema dialect of the Angamis which means "Soulless and Dull" referring due to the unfavorable weather conditions they were unable to harvest crops which led them to say "the valley is very beautiful but is dull and soulless and its sharing the border with Manipur - Trekking 17 to 18 kilometers moderate trek for 1 Night & 02 Days including all camping food - Explore wild flowers, rhododendrons, birds and valley view with gradual slope - Overnight at Forest Trekkers hut / Tent

Day – 04 - Dzukou – Kigwema - Trek - The Dzükou Valley is known for its wide range of flower in every season located at the border of the states of Nagaland and Manipur - This valley is well known for its natural environment, seasonal flowers and flora and fauna - It is situated at an altitude of 2452 meters, behind the Japfü Peak located in Nagaland - The rare Dzükou Lily is found only in this valley Evening back to Kigwema – Overnight stay at Kigwema (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Included)

Day – 05 - Kigwema –  Kohima – Khonoma – Early morning breakfast - Next breakfast Explore Kohima, war sanctuary, church, hiking to Pulley Badge peak - After lunch move towards Khonoma - Khonoma village is located about 20 kilometers from the state capital, Kohima - The village, referred to as Khwunoria (named after the Angami term for a local plant, Glouthera fragrantisima), is estimated to be around 700 years old - The terrain of the village is hilly, ranging from gentle slopes to steep and rugged hillsides. The hills are covered with lush forestland, rich in various species of flora and fauna. The state bird, Blyth's tragopan, a pheasant now nationally endangered, is found here – Overnight stay at Khonoma - Khonoma is a heritage village known for its heroic personality Fijo - It is located approximately 20 kilometer from the Kohima - The village , referred to as Khwunoria/ Gloutheria fragrantisima (local plant named in Angami) which is estimated to be 700 years old and spead over more than 120 square kilometers -  Over a hundred years ago, the intruder British troops found themselves facing a determined warrior tribe and Angami men of Khonoma under the leadership of Fijo, resisted themselves from 1830-1890 as per village  record - Inflicting heavy causalities on foreigners, the Naga warriors famed for their material prowess and strategic skills - But finally it came under British rule and Christianity introduced in1890 in this village - Overnight at Home stay (Breakfast & Dinner Included)

Day – 06 - Khonoma - Apart from Historical background Khonoma is famous for its natural resources - This is the first green village of North East India - Blyth’s trogopan is often sighted here and only trogopan sanctuary is found here - Besides its unique forest and terrace cultivation with Napalese Alder nutrition kind of eco- friendly organic food growing - Bird watching is the prime activity for tourists - Overnight at Home stay (Breakfast & Dinner Included)

Day – 07 – Departure Transfer Dimapur Airport (DMU) / Dimapur Railway Station (DMV) - Khonoma – Dimapur – Early Morning breakfast - Dimapur Airport (DMU) is located at 3rd mile (NH 39) - The only civil airport in the state and has flights to Kolkata, Delhi and Dibrugarh - Dimapur Railway Station (DMV)  direct train services to cities like Guwahati, Kolkata, New Delhi, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Amritsar, Dibrugarh and Chennai from the Dimapur railway station - The National Highway 39 that connects Kohima, Imphal and the Myanmar border at Moreh runs through Dimapur - If time permits visit Dimapur wholesale Market – Forwarding Journey (Breakfast Included)

Cost per Guest: INR 24500 [In Words Indian Rupees Twenty Four Thousand Five Hundred Only]

Cost Effective for Minimum Group size (06 Guests)

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