Day 1: Guwahati
Overnight stay. Arrive Guwahati and transfer to hotel. Afternoon free for leisure. Evening river cruise in the river Brahmaputra.
Day 2: Guwahati - Dimapur - Kohima
Today after breakfast, you will depart for Nagaland. Arrive and check in at hotel in Kohima. Rest of the time will be free to spend at leisure. Overnight stay will be at the hotel in Kohima.
Day 3: Kohima
Morning after breakfast we visit Kohima village, mainly a homeland of the Angami tribe. In this village, one comes across wodden carvings looking like horns atop some houses. The Kohima War cemetery: It was constructed in memory of the officers and men who made supreme sacrifices during World War II. On each grave there are beautiful epitaphs engraved in bronze. The state museum has a rare collection of artifacts of the different tribes. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 4: Kohima
After breakfast visit Mon village, the land of Konyak Nagas. Longwa is the biggest village in Mon district, which shares its border with Myanmar. The chief’s house, where the chief resides with his 60 wives, is one of the major attractions in Longwa. Evening free for leisure. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 5: Kohima To Imphal (260 Kms, 7 Hrs Drive)
Today after breakfast, you will depart by car to Imphal. After arrival in Imphal, check in at hotel.Overnight stay.
Day 6: Imphal
Today morning after breakfast, you will take a city tour of Imphal. Visit Manipur Zoological Gardens, Khonghampat Orchidarium, Khwairamband Bazaar one of the main features of Imphal. Shri Govindajee Temple. The temple has a paved court and a large raised congregation hall. Loktak Lake, considered as one of the largest freshwater lakes of north-east India. Overnight hotel-Imphal.
Day 7: Imphal To Dimapur
Morning after breakfast drive to Dimapur. Arrive and check-in at hotel. Later we visit Chumukedima village. Several waterfalls adorn the beautiful hills of the Chumukedima village, an ancient village near Dimapur which is now being promoted as a must-visit tourist attraction. Located 14 kilometres from Dimapur city, Chumukedima village lies on the foothills of the Naga Hills. Chumukedima had served as the first headquarters of the then Naga Hills District under the British rule in the early 19th Century. The 13th century Kachari Ruins is another attraction of Dimapur which fortells the story of Ahom invasion. Evening free for leisure activities, visit local markets. Overnight stay at Dimapur.
Day 8: Dimapur To Guwahati
After morning breakfast check out from hotel and transfer to Guwahati. Tour Ends