Rajasthan Tour

Nagaland & Manipur Tour

East India Tour
Duration : 13 Nights / 14 Days
Destinations : Dirbrugarh - Sivasagar - Mon - Jorhat - Mokokchung - Tuophema - Kohima - Imphal
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Detail Itinerary

Days 1:Sivasagar

Dibrugarh - Sivasagar (80 kilometres / 1.5 hours drive)

Our tour representative meets the tourists at Dibrugah Airport and transfers them to Sivasagar, which is about 80 kilometres away. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Days 2:Mon

Sivasagar - Mon (130 kilometres / 5 hours drive)

In the morning, the tourists head to Mon. The evening is free for their own leisure activities. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Days 3:Mon

Mon - Longwa - Mon (42 kilometres / 2 hours drive)

After the morning breakfast, the tourists head to Longwa, situated about 42 kilometres from the main Mon town at the Myanmarese border. Explore this beautiful village, interact with the local people, and know more about the Konyak tribe. The Morung pillars with wooden carvings of the motifs of tigers, hornbills, elephants, etc., are a sight to see, especially during the headhunting days. Visit the Shangkhachingnyu village and enter the Angh's (Chief) house, where the various animal head trophies are hung on the walls.

Overnight stay at the hotel in Mon.

Days 4:Mon

After breakfast, the tourists head to Shangnyu Village, which is about 28 kilometres away from Mon (2 hours' drive). In Shangnyu Village, you can see the wooden monument which measures about 8 feet in height, and 13 feet in breadth. The monument has engravings of human beings, animals, and other creatures, adding onto its artistic beauty. The memorial stone in front of Angh's house is also a sight to see. After lunch, the tourists proceed to Chui Village to view the traditional houses belonging to the Konyak Naga tribe.

Overnight stay at the hotel.

Days 5:Sivasagar

Mon - Sivasagar - Jorhat (130 kilometres / 5 hours drive)

The tourists proceed to Sivasagar (known as "The Ocean of Lord Shiva") is a small town in Assam, which was once the capital of the Ahom kingdom. The trip proceeds to Jorhat. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Days 6:Mokokchung

The tourists head to Mokokchung, the cultural centre and headquarters of the Ao Nagas. With various colourful attires and shawls, the Nagas capture the vibrancy of their tribe in their village. Enroute head to Rengma Naga village, where one can interact with local community weavers and tribes. Later, visit the Longkhum village which is regarded as the vanguard of the Ao region during the olden times. Situated at about 11586 kilometres above sea level, the village offers great views of the surrounding Himalayas. Also get a chance to visit the Mopunchket village situated close by. Send Enquiry

Overnight stay at the hotel.

Days 7:Tuophema

Mokokchung - Tuophema (120 Kilometres / 5 Hours Drive)

The tourists head to Touphema Village Resort and explore the nearby localities. The resort is run by the local Angami tribe.

Days 8:Kohima

After breakfast, the tourists drive to Kohima - the capital city of Nagaland. The Kohima Village is the second largest village in the world. The walls in this village bear the bullet marks caused during the Second World War. You can also visit the State Museum (where the traditional Naga attires are showcased), Waorl War Cemetary and the Church.

Overnight stay at the hotel.

Days 9:Kohima

Kohima - Khonoma - Kohima (20 Kilometres / 1 Hour Drive)

After breakfast, go on a tour to the village of Khonoma which is encircled by luscious greenery. One can visit the morungs, the local craftsmen, the ceremonial gate, and so on. Shake hands with nature and also indulge in some fun-filled games and activities.

Overnight stay at the hotel.

Days 10:Kohima

Visit the local bazaar and get introduced to the various ingredients that compose the authentic Naga cuisine. Also, explore the Angami Naga tribal way of living at the nearby Jakhama village. Plan your holidays between 1st and 7th December and take part in the celebrations of the Hornbill festival, conducted at the Heritage Complex. Send Enquiry

Overnight stay at a hotel in Kohima.

Days 11:Imphal

Kohima - Imphal

After breakfast, the tourists proceed to the capital city of Manipur - Imphal. Overnight stay in a hotel in Imphal.

Days 12:Imphal

Enjoy a cultural tour of the city and visit the historical monuments, temples, and ceremonial places. The tourists can also visit the Govindajee Temple, the Khwairamband Bazaar and the War Cemeteries. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Days 13:Imphal

Imphal - Keibul Lamjao National Park - Imphal

In the morning, the tourists head to Keibul Lamjao National Park. Spread across an area of 40 sq. kilometres, the park is renowned for being the only floating national park in the world. The park is known for protecting the endangered species of brow-antlered deer or sangai, and also for the stretch of floating decomposed plant materials which are locally called 'phumdis'. The drive proceeds to Moirang (the ancient capital of the Manipuri kings) which is about 45 kilometres away. Also, visit the Loktak Lake, the largest freshwater lake in North East India and Sendra Island.

Days 14:Imphal

The tourists are driven to Imphal Airport for onward journey.