This beautiful hill station receives Sun’s first rays! In April more than 500 varieties of orchids bloom painting the hills with various hues. Sight the Gibbon monkeys, track the elusive Red Panda and watch the domesticated Bison too. Khonsa is a phenomenal for sightseeing.
Nearest airport is Dibrugary, 100 kilometers away. Taxis are available for Khonsa.
Nearest railhead is Digboi, around 70 kilometers away.
Khonsa is well connected to the rest of the country.
Ideally September to April is the months to visit Khonsa. Monsoon days are tricky to manipulate and hence it is better avoided. Winter is chilly yet charming and heavy woolens would do the trick.... read more...
Festival Hornbill festival was launched by the Government of Nagaland in December 2000 as an effort to bring all tribal communities together at one platform and promote their culture heritage. This festival is week long and all tribes participate in this festival to revive and promote their cultural heritage. The festival is highlighted by Naga Morungs, and addition to that there are many stalls and exhibitions showcasing their traditional holdings. Full with music, dance, art and food, this festival is the biggest one in North-East.
Located 5 kms from Kohima, Ruzaphema is the most popular shopping complex with mnany colourful bazaars that offer traditional handicrafts by tribal women and many more things.
It is the famous trading market of Kohima, where live stocks are traded. This market also offer some special Naga Cuisine and women sell traditional handicrafts, poultry, etc.
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