Meeting The Tribes In HornbillIts amazing to see how all these communities dress up and present themselves, epecially their facial and body tattoos, unique dressing, culture and habitats.The festival was started in 2000 by the state government to promote the unique cultural heritage of Nagaland and encourage cultural interaction among the Naga tribes. Today, this highly popular festival has become a major draw for both domestic as well as foreign travellers.
4. Witness the colourful Hornbill FestivalThe 10-day long Hornbill Festival is held every year in December and is called the 'festival of festivals', giving visitors an opportunity to experience the diverse Naga culture. The Naga Heritage Village, Kisama is the venue for the festival and Nagamese people of all tribal sects gather at this heritage village to exhibit the most spectacular show from December 1 to 10 every year.