• Historical World War II Cemetery at Kohima

  • Naga troupes performing at Hornbill Festival


Tourists visiting Nagaland can process their Inner Line Permit by clicking on the link below

Tourist Inner Line Permit 


By whatever name people have called this realm, hidden among the mountains of India's northeast,

Nagaland has always evoked a sense of mysticism and awe, intensified by the remoteness of its geographical location




Nagaland Festivals in November


Chavang Kut (Kuki) 1 November
Apikimthi (Sumi) 4-5 Nov
Ningol Chakouba (Manipur) 5 November
Tokhu Emong (Lotha)  6-7 November
Bhai Duj 9November
Ahuna(Sumi) 14-15Nov
Ngada (Rengma) 27-28Nov







The Hornbill festival is a showcase of the entire Naga culture. It is an annual ten day feature that takes place from 1-10 December. It has become a mega event not just for the 16 tribes of Ngaland, but also the remaining seven Northeast Indian states to showcase the best of their cultural elements. It is a mammoth task for a tourist to cover all the Northeastern states at once, hence this festival provides the ideal platform for getting a glimpse of the eight sisters of India.