Kigwema, which means 'inheritance of the house' in the local tongue, is said to be one of the oldest Angami villages in the region. The charming village is a spot where time stands still, where one can explore the intricacies of the Naga past, untouched by modern civilization. Here you will find beautiful houses in unique designs, granaries made entirely of bamboo, traditional cattle rearing in jungle pastures, community wells and many more traditional institutions of Angami tribal culture.
Our walk through Kigwema takes you deep within the quaint village life. From exploring ancient stone monoliths set in honour of tribal forefathers, to an intimate chat over tea with local craftspeople - the walk is an unmissable experience for anyone interested in Naga culture.
The Land of the Nagas