In the mystical state of Nagaland, where verdant forests meet rolling hills, lies a cultural extravaganza like none other – the Hornbill Festival. This vibrant celebration, typically held in December, is a journey into the heart of Nagaland’s rich heritage.

The Naga people, comprised of 16 distinct tribes, showcase their traditions through elaborate costumes and ritualistic headdresses adorned with tiger tusks, bear skins, and, of course, hornbill feathers – symbols of pride and cultural identity.

The Hornbill Festival is your gateway to this captivating world. A Greaves curated trip ensures that you not only witness the festival’s grand finale but also explore destinations that offer deeper insights into local culture and the region.

One of the highlights is to explore a Naga village, where you can immerse yourself in the daily life and customs of the indigenous people. It’s an experience that allows you to connect with Nagaland’s scenic beauty and culture on a personal level.

And when you’re ready to rest your weary feet after a day of cultural immersion, TUTC Camps Kohima comes to the rescue. These luxurious campsites, nestled amidst Nagaland’s breathtaking landscapes, offer the perfect blend of comfort and wilderness. Imagine retreating to a plush tent with all modern amenities, cocooned in the heart of nature.

So, whether you’re grooving to traditional Naga tunes, admiring intricate handicrafts, or savouring local delicacies, the Hornbill Festival promises an unforgettable adventure through Nagaland’s cultural wonderland. And with TUTC Camps Kohima as your luxurious haven, you’ll truly experience the best of both worlds – culture and comfort.

The Hornbill Festival takes place every year in December at Kohima.

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