8 Nights / 9 Days
6th Nov to
14th Nov, 2021
The Seven Sisters States are our old stomping ground with Nagaland being on our wish list for some time now. It is largely a mountainous state with twenty percent of the total land area covered with wooded forest – a haven for flora and fauna. With this exciting trip we’re foraging into the unknown & together we will uncover its secrets.
Before we take off into the trip details, we cant resist sharing some very interesting facts about our destination. Just to acclimatize you with where we are going!!
Nagaland is one of the smallest states of India. But it more than makes up for it in its diversity. The state is home to sixteen major tribes. The Angami, Ao Naga, Konyaks, Lothas, and Sumis are the largest Naga tribes.
The ancient history of the Nagas is unclear. Tribes migrated at different times, each settling in the north eastern part of present India and establishing their respective sovereign mountain terrains and village-states. They came from the northern Mongolian region, southeast Asia or southwest China. The state of Nagaland was formally inaugurated on 1st December 1963.
The Naga shawls are famous as they are a symbolic representation of the social hierarchy prevalent in the state among the different tribes. The vibrant red Naga weaves come with vivid designs and patterns and are the most significant clothing piece in Naga society. Each tribe has its individual design or pattern that discern the social status of the person donning the shawl.
And now for the journey. Dibrugarh is our start point from where we take you to Mon – base of the Konyak tribe, the head hunters. Get a chance to see their local chieftain’s home. We then travel to Mokokchung – home to the Ao Naga’s. We spend a day with them & get a glimpse of their famous wood carvings. Tuophema is our next stop – inhabited by the Angami tribe. We have a performance of a local troupe arranged for you – shake a leg!! In Kohima we will visit the State Museum & the World War II cemetery. After the history lessons, its time for another dip in the lap of nature – we have planned an excursion to the beautiful green village of Khonoma. Its population is just short of 2000 people spread across 400 homes. After eating a meal at a villagers home, we take you back to Kohima & then to Dimapur.
Join WeGoBond on this journey to another sister from the East!!
- Visit villages which are strongholds of Konyaks, Ao Nagas, Angamis tribes. Interact with locals & witness how they dress, take part in their culture & customs, get a taste of their food.
- Visit to the State Museum giving insight into the Naga tribes.
- Spend a day in Khonomo – India’s first green village.
- Drive through undulating hills & vibrant greenery during the entire trip.
Dibrugarh – Mon
Mon to Mokokchung
Mokukchung to Tuophema
Tuophema to Kohima
Excursion to Khonoma
Kohima to Dimapur
- Twin sharing basis – Rs 69900 (inclusive of 5% GST)
- Early bird discount – Rs 1500 less, offer valid till 15th September 2021
- Single room basis – room inventory limited, not feasible
- We need minimum 7 confirmations to do this tour.
- Please check train / flight timings with us before booking.
- Please pay Rs.5,000 as booking deposit to confirm your spot.
- Balance payment due by 6th September 2021
- Complete refund if cancelled 90 days prior to the actual trip
- 90 days – 60 days – Booking amount non refundable, complete refund for the balance
- 60 days – 50 days – 75% refund of total amount
- 50 days – 30 days – 25% refund of total amount
- 30 days – 15 days – 10% refund of total amount
- 15 days – 0 – no refund
- Accommodation on a twin sharing basis
- GST at 5%
- Meals as mentioned in the itinerary
- All transport ex Dibrugarh (4 people to a car)
- Tours as mentioned in the itinerary
- Services of a trip lead from WeGoBond throughout the trip
- Train / air fare to Dibrugarh
- Any beverages, alcoholic or non-alcoholic, including bottled water at meals / Snacks
- Telephone calls
- Tips for guides and driver or portages
- Travel insurance
- Any meal not mentioned above
- Any personal expenses, such as laundry, phone calls, portage, etc.
- Any other item / services not mentioned in Inclusions above
- Any cost arising out of unforeseen circumstances like ill‐health, land blocks, bad weather, etc.