Northern India, India
Embark on the adventure of a lifetime at Kohima Camp, a unique concept from The Ultimate Travelling Camp. This nomadic luxury camp is set on the hillside in lush rainforest in Nagaland, the land of the headhunters, in remote northeastern India.
Offering unrivalled luxury, mouthwatering cuisine and an array of unique and exclusive experiences, it will appeal to discerning travellers seeking an authentic and memorable wilderness hideaway in the depths of rural India.
The lavish and individually designed canvas tents at Kohima Camp come with the added luxury of butler service. Each tent features a four-poster bed, colonial-style furnishings and a verandah perfect for relaxing on.
Embark on a tribal journey and witness the spectacular Hornbill Festival, a celebration of the diverse and fascinating culture of all 16 tribes in Nagaland; visit local villages and immerse yourself in the Naga culture; go for a stroll; or simply enjoy the peaceful surroundings of the camp.
Lightfoot Travel provides tailor-made itineraries that include daily tours and excursions, restaurant recommendations and bookings, and can incorporate Northern India into a greater India holiday. Take a look at Classic India: From Delhi To Goa as an example of a bespoke itinerary that we can create for you.
Kohima Camp Information
- Location and getting there:
The camp is situated in Nagaland in northeastern India, 70 km from Dimapur airport, which is accessed from Kolkata international airport. The camp is only open for two weeks around the Hornbill Festival in late November/ early December each year.
All tents have a large double bed with crisp linens and an ensuite bathroom as well as a spacious living area and verandah. Interiors are decorated in natural colours and feature the finest fabrics and furnishings made from teakwood.
Kohima Camp offers two to five night itineraries centred round the ten-day Hornbill Festival. Browse the night bazaar; visit tribal villages; or explore the treasures of Kohima, the historic capital of Nagaland including the beautiful war cemetery.
Children are welcome but given the remote location it is better suited to families with older kids.