In this trip, visit India's North East during the Hornbill Festival, where each of the 16 Naga tribes ( belonging to the state of Nagaland) showcases its colourful costumes with beads, jewellery, ivory armlets, headgears ( made of bamboo, orchids and decorated with boar's teeth and hornbill's feathers) and weapons ( spears and daos). In the past, only those warriors who proved their gallantry could adorn such an attire. You will also visit the historic district of Mokokchung- the land of the Ao Nagas- the place where the Baptist missionaries first came into contact with the Nagas. Visit the land of the last generation of Headhunting Konyak tribe and Lungwa village, where the village chief's house sits amidst India- Burmese border. Also visit Kaziranga National Park, which is the largest habitat of the endangered One Horned Rhino, the Majuli islands-world's largest river island and stay at a tea estate.
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