Introduced by 'The Ultimate Travelling Camp'
The picturesque state of Nagaland is bound by Assam in the west; Myanmar in the east; Arunachal Pradesh in the north and Manipur in the south, forming a part of what are known as the Seven Sisters, the seven states of north-east India, full of rolling hills and verdant rain forests.
The Naga people, made up of 16 proud tribes, were once fearsome warriors and head hunters, who have retained much of their traditional and cultural heritage, visible in their elaborate costumes and ritual headdresses which incorporate bear skins, hornbill feathers and other symbolic accoutrements.
Set amidst verdant forest land, with the sounds of a mountain brook nearby, is Kohima Camp, Nagaland. Here, our luxury tents offer you a glamping experience like never before. Each Tent has a private sit-out that overlooks scenic mountain vistas. The tents come with a plush four poster bed, and tastefully curated signature camp furniture inspired by safari canvas luxury interspersed with colonial charms.
The venue of the Hornbill Festival is a few minutes' drive from our camp location. Kohima camp offers travellers a warm embrace of home after a day of fun and festivities at the Hornbill Festival and also our well curated signature experiences.
Tucked away in the north east of India, Nagaland is truly a treasure trove of culture. Our signature itineraries are designed to take you on an escapade where you can truly experience this fascinating culture of the Naga tribes.
What’s more, The Ultimate Travelling Camp, Kohima is timed to coincide with the Hornbill festival – a cultural extravaganza like none other. Aptly monikered ‘the festival of festivals’, Hornbill Festival is an absolute explosion of sights, sounds, tastes and experiences from all over Nagaland. Curious relics of a tribal past and a modern post independence artistic expression coexist in this theatre of duality.View More
TUTC organizes a pop-up camp in Kohima just in time for a festive extravaganza - the ten-day Hornbill Festival. With comfortable luxury tents just 20 minutes away from the famed festival's venue, there is no better way to experience the magic of the Hornbill than with TUTC. The Kohima camp also offers travellers a chance to step deeper into Naga culture with village walks. These walks through quaint little cobbled streets throw light on the many traditions and practises that make the Naga way of life so unique.View More