Date of travel : 02nd DEC to 11th DEC, 2023
Visit to Tang village en route to Lungwa village Exploring the Lungwa village situated on India-Myanmar border Overnight at Mon. (Lungwa is one of the biggest villages in Mon district.
Arrival at Dibrugarh Airport Transfer to Dibrugarh Hotel Overnight stay.
Visit to Hunpoi village Meeting old men (wise elders) at Anghâ€™s court Overnight at Mon.
Visit to Tang village en route to Lungwa village Exploring the Lungwa village situated on India-Myanmar border Overnight at Mon. (Lungwa is one of the biggest villages in Mon district. The village has a road connecting it to Loji village in Myanmar's Sagaing Division, that also provides access to the larger Tatmadaw military towns of Lahe and Yengjong in Myanmar. The Lungwa Angh's house is situated in the middle of the border of India and Myanmar. One half of the Angh's house falls within Indian territory, whereas the other half lies under Myanmar control. However, the whole village is controlled by the Angh. He has 60 wives and he rules over 60 villages of the Konyak tribe extending up to Myanmar.)
Visit to Ahom museum and exploring other remains of Ahom dynasty. Visit to Chariedo Overnight at Sivasagar. (Chariedo is located 28 km away from Sivasagar. The site of Charaideo was the capital of the Ahom kingdom established by the first Ahom king Chao Lung Siu-Ka-Pha in 1253. The Maidams (tumulus) of the Ahom kings and queens at Charaideo hillocks resemble the shape of small pyramids. This was built by Sukhapa, the founder of the Ahom dynasty.)
Local sightseeing in Sivasagar Drive to Mokokchung Overnight at Mokokchung. (Mokochung is the headquarters of the Ao Nagas. They are known for their colourful attires and are regarded of having the most motifs shawl among the Nagas, which usually speaks the personâ€™s status in the community.)
Exploring the Ao Naga tribal villages Visit to Mopunchukit village and Longkhum village Overnight at Mokokchung. (The Ao Naga tribe are one of the most literate tribes of all the Nagas. Majority of this tribe are Christians. Despite its small size Mopunchukit village has an informative museum and a church. Longkhum is a hill top village once used as the battle ground for the infamous head hunters. It is commonly believed by the Ao Nagas that the spirits of dead people are manifested in the local eagles that nest here. They also recommend that visitors come through the village twice as the first time oneâ€™s soul is often left behind.)
Drive to Kohima Overnight at Kohima.
Drive to Kisama Heritage Village, the sight of Hornbill Festival Overnight at Kohima.
Excursion to Khonoma Village Visit to Kohima War Cemetery, Museum and Cathedral Church Overnight at Kohima. (Khonoma Village is the first â€œgreen villageâ€ of Nagaland. It is well known for the legendary leader Angami Zapu Phizo who was the founder of the Naga movement. The Kohima War Cemetery is constructed in the memory of the officers and soldiers who made supreme sacrifices during World War II. This war cemetery attracts hundreds of visitors every year including the relatives of those martyrs. Maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, the cemetery witnessed more than 2000 graves. On each grave there are beautiful epitaphs carved in bronze like â€œWhen You Go Home, Tell Them Of Us And Say, For Your Tomorrow, We Gave Our Todayâ€.)
Drive to Dimapur Airport for onward connections.