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Offbeat yet mesmerizing; Nagaland and Manipur are the true gems of India. These two Northeastern states have constantly mesmerized people from around the world. It is not just their flora and fauna that impacts people, but the local cuisines, their handicrafts, songs, dance, and tribal rituals. Everything contributes to its authenticity and charm. Maybe it is the love of the tribes residing in these states that has triggered people to nickname the seven sisters as the ‘land of festivals’.
Imphal is that the capital of state, a state in northeastern Asian nation. On the Imphal watercourse, Kangla Fort was once the seat of native rulers, and currently homes relics. On the side of the centuries-old Polo Ground, state State repository has displays as well as social group artifacts and an outsized royal boat. Next, to the previous Royal Palace, Shri Shri Govindaji Temple has twin domes, an outsized hall, and shrines to Hindu gods
Kolkata – Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Airport – Kolkata – Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Airport
Leave Kolkata by flight – Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Airport. Please contact our office for departure time & reporting time.
@ ₹ 5000/- per head to be deposited at the time of ensuring the booking. 50% to be paid 40 days prior. Full Payment to be one 25 days prior.
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N.B : Mentioned Tour Price are without Air fare (Up & Down).
N.B : Rates are applicable for per head with 5% GST.
Welcome to Nagaland Manipur – 07 Days Tour.
Report at Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Airport to avail flight for Imphal. Arrive at Imphal airport and proceed for Hotel. Evening visit Shri Govindajee Temple and Iskcon Temple.
Morning proceed to visit Loktak Lake, Sendra Park, INA Museum and Also visit Peace Memorial Museum After Lunch visit the War Cemetry.
After breakfast visit Kangla Fort and enjoy shopping at Ima Market. After Lunch we visit Khongjom War Memorial. It houses the World’s tallest Sword Statue and would proceed to visit Langol Peak. It is also a historical site for the World War 2 where allied forces had put up their camps.
After breakfast drive to Kohima , Nagaland . Reach by afternoon Lunch at hotel Day Free
Visit Nagaland St.Joseph’s College , War Cemetery, Cathedral, Local lunch at Kigwema village the legendary where our hero Subhas Chandra Bose stayed during the 2nd World War. Come back to hotel . Evening Free .
Drive to Dzuluke to watch Mithun ( State Animal ) from there we drive to Khonoma (20 kms/1 hr), the first Green Village in India – A place to see nature, culture and history. Later drive back to Kohima for overnight
After breakfast check out and proceed for Dimapur Via Kachari Ruins . Then Proceed to the Airport to avail flight for Kolkata Tour ends here with sweet memories.
A : The policies on face masks and attendee health are:
-Face masks required for travelers in public areas
-Face masks required for guides in public areas
-Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival
A : The policies on sanitization are:
-Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
-Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
-Gear/equipment sanitized between use
-Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
The best months to visit Nagaland are between October and May, when the landscape wears a green carpet and the flowers light up the skies with their bright hue. Rhododendrons and Orchids cover the landscape of Nagaland and one cannot miss them even as he is driving or trekking the challenging terrain. The rare Blyth’s tragopan (Tragopan blythii) is a resident of Nagaland and can be observed in plenty.
Not for all states. But, out of the 7 northeastern states, you will need permit for 3 of these states: Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, and Mizoram. This permit is called as Inner Line Permit (ILP). A permit can be obtained at any Arunachal Bhawan, Nagaland Bhawan, or Mizoram Bhawan, located outside of northaest. Major airports in northaest, like Guwahati international airport, have the facility of providing permits. The government of Arunachal Pradesh has also provided the facility of online application of Inner Line Permits. For foreign nationals, you will require another type of permit called as Protected Area Permit (PAP).
Foreign tourists can enter Nagaland freely (without any permits) – however, they need to register with the Foreigner’s Registration Officer (FRO) of the district they visit or the nearest Police Station within 24 hours of their arrival.
We usually include the cost of application for ILPs in the total cost of our tour packages to keep the tour hassle free for you.
Manipur is truly a gem in every sense of the word. Its rich traditions and tourist destinations offer excitement to all kinds of tourists. The scenic Loktak Lake, the thrilling Tharon Cave, the famed zoological garden, the soulful temples, the calming nature walks, the scintillating streams, view of green paddy fields that turn golden from the numerous rolling hills and a zillion other marvels make Manipur heaven on earth.
Manipur is bestowed with the most beautiful gifts of nature. There is not one but several bounties of nature in the state. These include the Loktak Lake, the Imphal Valley, the Dzukou Valley and the Leimaram Waterfall. The untouched nature makes Manipur a magical fairyland.
From pure vegetarian to non-vegetarian foods, all sorts of food are available in Northeast India. Although the cuisine of certain places differs from the rest, there is no scarcity in menus offered by restaurants, in the tourist hotspots.
Assam celebrates Bihu during mid-April. Tawang, in Arunachal Pradesh, celebrates Tawang (Monpa) festival during the second week of October. Kohima, in Nagaland, celebrates Hornbill festival during second week of December.
Shillong and Kaziranga are the best destinations for your weekend tour in Northeast India. Other popular destinations will take more than a weekend to cover.
Northeast India has a lot of popular trekking destinations. Each of these destinations offer a different experience. Here are some of the notable destinations for trekking:
Cherrapunji or Sohra: Located in Meghalaya, the primary trekking route in Cherrapunji is the Nongriat village area, where the double decker living root bridge is located. You can trek further upto the Rainbow Waterfalls, which falls on the same route of the living root bridge. The estimated average time to complete this trek is 5 hours. There is also a short trek of under 2 hours to the single decker root bridges of Umunoi and Umkar.
Mechuka: Mechuka is a valley in the Himalayan foothills, in Aruachal Pradesh, which mainly offers a panoramic view of the green valley by the side of the mountains, a beautiful river, and the local villages. The estimated trekking time for trekking in Mechuka valley is 6 hours.
Dzukou: Dzukou valley is situated in Nagaland, and is one of most popular destinations for camping in Northeast India. The valley offers a scenic beauty of vast grasslands, surrounded by ranges of green hills form all sides. Dzukou valley is not easily accessible through the roadways, and the only way to get there is by trekking and hiking through the hills for about 5 hours. You can, however, opt for helicopter services from Kohima. You can also camp in the valley for a night or two.
Eaglenest: Eaglenest is a wildlife sanctuary situated in the Himalayan foothill ranges, in Arunachal Pradesh. Not very far from Bomdila, it is very popular among birders across the world. The complete sightseeing (which is mainly birding) of this sanctuary can take up to 4 days. You can stay for the night in camps.
Kakochang or Kaipholangsho: Kakochang Waterfalls or Kaipholangsho Waterfalls is located in Karbi hills of Assam, nearby Kaziranga National Park. The trek and sightseeing of the waterfalls can be completed within 5 hours.
Here are some of the short trek destinations:
Mawlynnong: Situated in Meghalaya, Mawlynnong is famous for being the cleanest village in Asia. Similar to Cherrapunji, Mawlynnong also has a living root bridge which can be accessed by a short trek if about an hour or less.
Nameri: Nameri is a national park situated in Assam. It is more of a jungle walk than a trek. You can walk through the jungle in the morning, to spot birds and animals. The jungle walk takes about an hour or two.
Sangti (Dirang): Sangti valley is situated nearby Dirang valley in Arunachal Pradesh. The attraction of this place is the local village areas, and the vegetable and fruit gardens. It is more of a village walk than a trek.
Dong (Wallong): Wallong in Arunachal Pradesh is the easternmost district of India. Dong is a valley in Wallong, and is the easternmost village of India. Dong receives the first sunlight of India. People trek to valley to witness the first sunlight of India.
For Indians we need any kind of photo id proof along with photograph, and for foreign travelers original PASSPORT is a must, which they have to carry on their travel. We do all the necessary permissions and permits.