The state capital of Nagaland, Kohima is situated at an altitude of 1,444 metres and is a beautiful town with wide panoramic views of the surrounding region. Built by the British close to the original Angami tribal village, Kohima is located in central Nagaland in the heart of what is a little-visited and remote region. The gateway to the rest of the state, Kohima is the perfect place from which to visit local Naga villages and is also close to where the famous Hornbill Festival is held annually each December when the sixteen tribes of Naga descend on the town’s environs in a riot of colourful celebration. Visit the Kohima War Cemetery and Cathedral Church of Kohima, the fascinating 700 year old Naga village of Khonoma and the State Museum which houses a rare collection of artefacts from each Naga tribe. With our knowledge and experience we can help to create a unique holiday to India that is tailored exactly to your requirements.

Suggested Journeys for Kohima

We are pleased to offer the following selection of suggested itineraries based on our personal experiences. By combining these itineraries with your thoughts and ideas we can tailor any journey to make it special, unique and designed around you.

Nagaland and the Hornbill Festival

14 days starting from £3780 per person

One of India's last remaining frontiers, travel to the eastern tribal state of Nagaland is challenging but hugely rewarding. A land of spectacular beauty and timeless history indelibly linked to the colourful indigenous tribal groups which form such an important part of the region, this itinerary...

The Defence of Kohima and Imphal

16 days starting from £3970 per person

For many the North East of India is synonymous with World War II and the battles of Kohima and Imphal which turned the tide of war in Asia. Combining both locations this itinerary begin in Kolkata, former capital of the Raj, before flying to Kohima where visits will be made to the Kohima War...