Multi-day immersive tours and customisable itineraries designed by the camp allow travellers to soak in the natural and cultural splendour of Nagaland.
The Hornbill Festival begins on the first day of December every year is a big draw for travellers. The Hornbill festival unites the major tribes of Nagaland who come down to Kisama to show off their culture and traditions. Once inaugurated, the festival is really a round-the-clock affair for the next 10 days packed with a mélange of events and exhibits including traditional championships like Naga wrestling and archery, and indigenous games and competitions like the greased pole climbing, fire making and meat kicking competitions, some that are even open to tourists.
Outside of the festival, guests can visit Kohima War Cemetery, Khonoma village walk and explore the Kohima bazaar.