Hornbill festival is the most grandly celebrated festival of Nagaland and in Northeast states of India. As the state has around 16 major tribe with their own distinct culture and festivals, the government initiated the Hornbill festival to bring all the tribal culture and their festivals together under one umbrella. The first Hornbill festival was celebrated in the year 2000, with passing time, the festival has grown very popular and now you can see almost all the major tribes of Northeast states taking part in the festival attracting tourist from all over the world.

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Day 01 : Delhi/Kolcutta-Dimapur and drive to Kohima, Nagaland.

Day 02 : Opening ceremony of Hornbill festival at village near Kohima.

Day 03 : WWII memorial & Day 2 of the festival; overnight Kohima.

Day 04 : Day 3 of festival and trip to Khonoma village; overnight Kohima.

Day 05 : Local market & Drive to Kaziranga National Park.

Day 06 : Morning elephant safari & afternoon jeep safari. Overnight Kaziranga.

Day 07 : Ferry ride to Majuli river island – largest river island. Visit to monastery & village walk.

Day 08 : Transfer to Guwahati Airport for further journey, tour ends.