Tour at The Land of Konyak

Duration :7 days, 6 nights

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DAY 1:

Arrival at Dibrugah town transfer to Hotel.
Evening at Leisure.
Overnight at Dibrugarh.
DAY 2:
Dibrugah – Mon

  • Drive to village of Mon home to Konyak Nagas.
  • Afternoon visit the tribal village of Mon, visit the house of village head as his house is a reflection of tribal power and glory and flashes both human and animal skulls alike on the porch.
  • Overnight at Mon.
DAY 3:

  • Excursion to Longwa village this ‘trans-boundary village’ is an interesting place as it straddles the international boundary of India and Myanmar; one half of the house of the powerful the village head (Angh) falls within India whereas the other half lies in Myanmar. 
  • Visit the village of Shangnyu, a prominent village in Mon.  A massive wood carving originally placed at the entrance of the village head (Angh’s) house is believed to have been constructed by two brothers with the help of a spirit during the metallic age.  This carving is now preserved in a museum facing the village head (Angh’s) house.  Some stone monoliths are also seen in front of the House.
  • Overnight at Mon.
DAY 4:
Mon - Mokokchung

  • Excursion to Chui Village which is ruled by the village head (Angh) of Chui Basti. The Angh's house is the biggest in the village and has a display of skulls of enemies supposedly killed by him and his forebears in the times past. 
  • Drive to Mokokchung.
  • Overnight at Mokokchung.
DAY 5:

  • Visit the village of Longkhum with Rhododendrons adorn the hillocks surrounding it, providing an astounding sight during full bloom in.  Ethnic handlooms and handicrafts by the expert craftsmen are also found in plenty here.  An animist religion called Limapur still exists in this village.
  • On the way back stop at Ungma is the second largest village in Nagaland, it is said that the entire Ao tribe founded this village when they first entered the land from their ancestral home at Chungliyimti.  The rich Ao traditions are zealously guarded and practiced by the villagers here even today.
  • If time permits visit the Ungma Nature Park.
  • Overnight at Mokokchung.
DAY 6:

  • Start with a visit to Chuchuyimlang the village of festivals for the Ao Nagas. The Moatsu festival held during the month of May, the villagers express their friendship towards other villagers by exchanging gifts, making new friends, renewing old ties and sharing a spirit of camaraderie.
  • Suteplenden is a perennial waterfall at a height of around 200 feet near Longkong village.  This misty waterfall is a sight to behold due to the serene and gentle landscape around it.  One can also visit the Chocolate Mahaseer Hatchery in the Longkong village.
  • Overnight at Mokokchung.
DAY 7:

  • Drive to Jorhat Airpport / Railway Station for onward journey.
Location :
  • Accommodation on twin sharing basis on bed & breakfast basis.
  • Transport in SUV or similar vehicles as per the itinerary.
  • Porter age charges . 
  • All parking and road tolls.
  • Inner Line permit if required.
  • 5% GST.
  • Train / Flight fare.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Personal expenses.
  • Laundry, souvenirs.
  • Beverages.
  • Anything not mentioned in the tour cost inclusion head.
  • Dibrugarh Airport
  • Dibrugarh railway station
  • Dibrugarh Chowkidingee Astc
  • Near Co-Operative, Middle Sichey Gangtok, East Sikkim, India, 737101