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welcome to Nagaland

Nagaland is a state where life is one long festival! There’s always something happening in this beautiful state. It is home to 16 major tribes and other subtribes. Just imagine the diversity in its culture, food and cuisines, festivities, and living.

Nagaland is a land that represents unimaginable beauty beaded perfectly for a breathtaking and incomparable experience. It is blessed with a moderate, calm, pleasant climate throughout the year. Wish to go on a vacation? Pack your bags and come to this serene, tension-free state to experience this natural abode to paradise!

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Nagaland is a state where life is one long festival! There’s always something happening in this beautiful state. It is home to 16 major tribes and other subtribes. Just imagine the diversity in its culture, food and cuisines, festivities, and living.

Nagaland is a land that represents unimaginable beauty…

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Cuisine
Pork & Rice
Naga Thali
Smoked Pork
Languages
Hindi
Assamese
English
Getting There
By Air

Nagaland has its own airport at Dimapur, which is about 74 km from Kohima. The airport was built during World War II. Indian Airlines provides daily flights from Kolkata to Kohima.

By Rail

The only railway station in Nagaland is Dimapur railway station. Nagaland falls under the North-East Frontier Railway of the Indian Railways. The railway station is also well connected to Kolkata, Guwahati, and the rest of the country.

By Bus

Direct buses also run daily between Guwahati and Kohima. Nagaland State Transport, plying from Dimapur, is one of the most popular bus services in Nagaland. 

Getting Around

Nagaland is well connected by different means of transport- air, rail, and roads. Nagaland has an elaborate network of roadways. Nagaland State Transport, plying from Dimapur, is one of the most popular bus services in Nagaland. There are many Volvo bus services running in Nagaland.

Mini coaches and taxis help travelers reach various destinations in and around Nagaland. You can also get a share taxi in front of the Dimapur railway station and reach Kohima by lunchtime. 

However, the roads are not smooth all the way through. Be prepared for a bumpy yet memorable journey around Nagaland.

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An Inner Line Permit is required to enter Nagaland. It is advised to keep your ILP in a safe place and keep it handy so that it would be easy for you to provide it when asked.

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Sun rises and sets early in Nagaland compared to the mainland. It is advised to plan your day according to the sun’s time table. It could get dark soon and you might not have had finished exploring for the day.

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If you happen to travel in December, do not miss the annually held Hornbill Festival at Kisama Heritage Village. It displays the rich tradition of the state.

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Vegetarians will have to stick with simple fruits and vegetables but difficult for vegans to find unique choices. If you are one, carry your favorite bottled pickle or dry foods to eat along with local food. 

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