After the safari, we went to the ethnic village close by which was yet under construction. But worth a visit. The village is built for the tourists, nobody lives here. But built in the tribal style of the Assamese. They resemble the all bamboo structures built by the old tribes who lived in this lifestyle.
During my recent visit to northeast India, and before flying from Dimapur (the only town that has an airport in Nagaland) I ended up in its Karbi Anglong district, in search of a quick getaway for experiencing the mountain regions in Assam. A quick probe on internet, and I found out that its headquarter (the town of Diphu) is well connected with the railway, as well as the road transportation.