Best 5 Things to do in and around Nagaland, India

Known as the Land of Festivals, Nagaland is one of the popular hill station destination of North- East India. The place has been known for the par anomic beauty along with the history and traditions. Its home to diverse indigenous tribes, with festivals and markets celebrating the different tribes’ culture. Here are the few things that you need to explore whenever you are visiting this beautiful state.

1. Angami Village visit in Nagaland

Experience traditional life at an Angami village in Nagaland’s Kigwema village. Start with a walk around the terraced fields, have lunch with your local host followed by a hands on session learning how to weave traditional Naga baskets and Shawls.


Important Information

  •  Cost: INR 2625 per head
  •  Availability: As Per Request 7 days in advance
  •  Inclusions: Guide, Meals
  •  Exclusions: Transport, Incidental Charges

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2. Dzukou Valley Trek

Visit the Dzukou Valley from Kohima. Trek to the Trekkers Hut. Spend a night camping under the stars. Discover the beautiful emerald green valley of Dzukou. Walk through thick bamboo forests and spindling rivers. Uncover lush grasslands lined with Rhododendrons. It is a great trek across this pristine valley in the lap of nature.


Important Information

  •  Cost: INR 6825 per head
  •  Availability: On Request 7 days in advance
  •  Inclusions: Transport, Accommodation, Trekking equipment
  •  Exclusions: GST, Incidental Charges
  •  Things to keep in mind: Carry trek appropriate clothing and shoes

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3. Visit to Diezephe Crafts Village

Diezephe Craft Village is located 13km away from Dimapur and is the home of skilled weavers and craftsmen who make wonders through their traditional art. The place is guided by Nagaland Handloom and Handicrafts Development Corporation Limited for resources and support. The village has taken a significant place in craft export to other states in recent times. The Tenyimei community is the primary inhabitants of the village and is known for their excellent craftsmanship, with deft wood carving, bamboo and cane work and other forms of handloom and handicrafts products.


Important Information

  •  Cost: INR 2100 per head
  •  Availability: On Request 7 Days in Advance
  •  Inclusions: Guide
  •  Exclusions: GST, Incidental Charges
  •  Meeting point: Dizephe Village

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4. Explore Naga cuisine

We start with a visit to the local market in Kigwema where we will learn about the locally grown exotic fruits and vegetables. You will then come home and learn how to cook a signature Naga dish followed by a sumptuous Naga feast.


Important Information

  •  Cost: INR 2100 per head
  •  Availability: On Request 7 Days in Advance
  •  Inclusions: Pick and drop, Meals, Guide
  •  Exclusions: Meals which are not a part of the menu, GST, Incidental charges
  •  Meeting point: Kigwema
  •  Things to keep in mind: Please mention any food allergies and preferences in advance so the meal can be catered accordingly.

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5. Traditional Naga basket and shawl weaving

Learn how to weave traditional Naga baskets and shawls from the local artisans at the village. You will take back a beautiful souvenir hand crafted by you. All your contributions go directly to the weaver and artisan thereby helping them earn their livelihood.

Important Information

  •  Cost: INR 2500 per head
  •  Availability: On Request 7 Days in Advance
  •  Inclusions: Guide
  •  Exclusions: GST, Incidental Charges

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These are the few amazing sights and experiences, which will pull you back to this amazing city whenever you visit. Be sure to check out the Odigos app to make the most of your visit to this gorgeous city.

Nagaland Traditional Naga basket