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Naga Heritage Village Kohima

Naga Heritage Village is nestled at the foothills of evergreen hills and is surrounded by picturesque landscapes. Hundreds of tourists visit this attraction in Nagaland every year due to its flora and serenity. It is far and wide famous as Kisama Heritage Village Nagaland.

If you want to experience the rich culture and tradition of Nagas, then Naga Heritage Village is a must-visit place in Nagaland. You will be fascinated to see the way tribes live under thatched roofs on the traditionally built houses. A visit to Naga Heritage Village will take you to a different era and offer you an insightful experience. 

One of the prime attractions of the festival is the Unity Dance, which is performed by the 17 tribes of Nagaland. Comprising 16 different houses representing 16 communities of the people living here, Naga Heritage Village is a unique place to see. These communities have restored the artifacts lost in World War II, the food courts, a stadium, and bamboo-made halls. These are famously used in the renowned festival of Nagaland, the Hornbill Festival.

Hornbill Festival - Also called ‘Festival of Festivals’, this is a grand celebration rejoiced each year in Nagaland. There is traditional music, dance, and performance. The purpose of the Hornbill Festival is to revive and protect the rich culture of Nagaland. As Nagaland is dependent on agriculture, this festival is significant among tribes and communities and therefore is celebrated in the first week of December with pomp and enthusiasm. 

You can be a part of the festival and discover the beauty of this village through our well-designed Nagaland tour packages. So what are you waiting for? Book your tour package, pack your bag and jump into the ocean of experiences that you can treasure for a lifetime. 

Things you should know before visiting Naga Heritage Village in Nagaland

Best Time to Visit Naga Heritage Village

Winter is the best time to visit Naga Heritage Village as you can enjoy the sightseeing best at this time. The weather is quite pleasant from November to February and allows you to explore the village comfortably.

How to Reach Naga Heritage Village

By Air - Take a taxi from Dimapur Airport to reach the heritage village.

By Train - You can hire cabs from Dimapur railway station to Naga Heritage Village. Taxis will directly take you to this place from closeby places.

The Naga Heritage Village is nearly 73 km away from Dimapur and takes about 2 to 3 hours to reach.

Places to Visit near Naga Heritage Village

After you complete the Naga Heritage Village tour, check out the places to visit nearby -

  • Kohima War Cemetery A memorial dedicated to the soldiers who died in the second world war at Kohima, the capital of Nagaland.
  • Japfu Peak Japfu Peak is the second-highest peak in Nagaland and is situated in Kohima. It is 3084 metres high and offers stunning views of the area.
  • Bara Basti Bara Basti is an old settlement of the famous Angami people who turned into Kohima town. The beautiful design and intricate carvings of this place are worth seeing.
  • Dzukou Valley Located on the borders of the Nagaland and Manipur states, Dzukou Valley is a treat for nature lovers, seasonal flowers, and abundant flora and fauna.

Places to Stay near Naga Heritage Village

The closest hotels to Naga Heritage Kohima Village which provide decent services and comfortable stays are -

  • Niraamaya Retreats Aradura Kohima (3.8 km away)
  • Hotel Japfu (5.1 km away)
  • Hotel Saramati (49.6 km away)
  • Noune Resort (37 km away)
  • Hotel Bravo Nagarjun (49.7 km away)

Tips for visiting Naga Heritage Village Kohima

  • Do not go to isolated places without a well-informed tour guide.
  • Do not hire taxis without number plates.
  • Keep a flashlight with you in case you get stuck in dark lanes.
  • Keep your hotel or friends informed about your location so that you can call them in case of any emergencies.
  • Beware of giving away your travel information in public.
  • Don’t travel with many credit cards, and avoid taking any eatables from strangers.


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