Begin your day with a visit to the World War II Cemetery, an important landmark in Kohima. This is the final resting place of many Commonwealth, British and Indian soldiers who lost their lives in the Second World War.
From here, head to the State Museum to get a taste of the rich culture and heritage of Nagaland. It preserves many tribal objects, artefacts, jewellery, household items and more to help you learn about the different Naga tribes and their ways of living.
Spend the rest of the evening at Central Market, shopping for local delights such as Naga shawls, black metal décor items, bamboo hats and black pottery.