One among the seven sister states, Nagaland is the heart of India’s unexplored north-east. The state is a confluence of culture and nature. Set against a mesmerizing backdrop of the eastern mountains, the landscape is a wonderful mix of forests, lakes, rivers and valleys.
The tribal culture of Nagaland is the most unique feature of the state. The head-hunting tribes of Nagas have been the subject of wonder for a lot of us. The many tribal festivals of Nagaland are a treat to the eyes with their colorful costumes, the dancing and lyrical songs. Nagaland’s Horn Bill Festival is a famous tourist attraction. It is held from 1st to 10th December every year. Nagaland is one of the most colorful states of India.
Nagaland’s wild untouched landscape is perfect for the adventure lovers. The hilly terrain offers opportunities for trekking, rock climbing, and camping. The forests of Nagaland are rich in flora and fauna. The state is also home to the famous bhut jolokia or ghost pepper, one of the hottest chillies in the world. The local cuisine is unique in itself and a must-try for visitors.