P.S I did this trip including travel stay shopping transport everything within 10k.
Reached at 0600 at Dimapur.
To reach one can use buses which leave on hourly basis and has charges of Rs. 110 and shared cabs costing around Rs.300. The condition of the roads is pathetic and it is recommended that one must carry scarf or mask to save oneself from the enormous amount of dust.
At around 1000, I reached at Kohima. Kisama village is almost 12 kms from Kohima. One can directly hire taxis costing around Rs.400 or can proceed to BOC from where shared taxis charge approximately Rs50.
I checked into Camp David and was carrying my own tent and sleeping bag. After freshening up I went to the festival site which is about 20 minutes of walking distance from Camp David.
Entry Fee . Entry fee is very minimal amounting to Rs 20 perperson and Rs 50 per camera.
As I was hungry I devoured into Naga cuisine which included pork cooked with rajma and some indigenous dishes and soup.
I explored the Morungs clicking pics with locals.As I proceeded to the festival area I found my friends and it was no more a solo trip.Various events included strongest Naga, rallies,chilly eating competition.
At night we hanged out at the Morungs which are huts assigned to each tribe. The morung serves nice rice beer. Over the drinks we got to interact a lot with the local students. Words are short to describe their amiability and helpfulness.The huts also turn them into discs and it’s an utopian environment there.