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A Rare Glimpse – India’s Last Remaining Headhunters

Posted on 19 May 2016 | Comment
We just returned from Lungwa, a remote village in the Mon district of Nagaland which straddles the border between India and Burma. This is where the Konyak tribe and India’s last generation of headhunters, calls home. Click to read more

Holiday Scout – Recommended on TripAdvisor

Posted on 16 March 2016 | Comment
How was your tour with us? We’d like to know. Review us on TripAdvisor! Click to read more

Hornbill Festival in Nagaland – Have You Been Yet?

Posted on 11 December 2015 | Comment
Every year in early December, the tribes of Nagaland gather at Kisama village near Kohima to celebrate the colorful Hornbill Festival. Named after the majestic bird which is revered in tribal folklore and bound closely with social traditions across the state, the 10-day cultural extravaganza showcases dance, music, food, sports and handicrafts. Click to read more

Feel the Moment… Because Life has No Rewinds!

Posted on 16 November 2015 | Comment
Remember the exhilarating lift you feel after doing something totally new and different? Travel in North East India and expect this emotion to well up inside you every day. Click to read more

Chalo Meghalaya!

Posted on 29 July 2015 | Comment
Any tour of North East India would be incomplete without a visit to Meghalaya; and for fans of natural wonders this is a must-see destination. Click to read more

On the Culinary Trail in Dirang

Posted on 26 July 2015 | Comment
Cooking in Arunachal Pradesh is decidedly different than on "mainland" India. Recipes here rarely call for dried spices. Rather, fresh organic herbs, leaves and tubers are used to add color and aroma to the cornucopia of curries, soups, dals, pickles and chutneys found across the state. Click to read more

Aoling & Mopin Festivals - Beyond Your Imagination

Posted on 02 June 2015 | Comment
Every year in April, the tribes of Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland prepare their fields for sowing. Upon completion of the hard work, vibrant harvest festivals ensue. For seven days feasts are enjoyed, rice beer is drunk, colourful dances are performed and deities are worshiped in anticipation of a bountiful crop. This majestic display of ethnic pageantry truly takes one to the boundaries of the imagination. Click to read more

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