Hornbill festival in Nagaland is a festival that has a huge bonfire, great music, lovable triable people showing off their culture, and an ambiance under the night sky which is hard to explain and even harder to forget.
Hornbill Festival, Nagaland’s pride is the portrayal of their rich culture, and all the tribes from Nagaland take part in the same. It is organized by the Ministry of Travel and Tourism and the hosting city is Kohima, which is also the capital of Nagaland. This should satisfy your curiosity if you are one of those who were asking ‘What is Hornbill festival’?
But there is more to the story, a huge bonfire is set up coupled with a light and music show which forces you to dance around the fire and leaves a big good smile over your face with a melancholic ambiance.
The Hornbill festival dates fall usually around 1st to 10th of December and the weather in Nagaland during the Hornbill festival is similar to monsoon or springs.
The reasons you need to check out the Hornbill festival are far more than many but if you still got doubts then let us clear them up while you are on a trip to Nagaland and attend the festival of festivals also known as the Hornbill festival with JustWravel.
Highlights of the trip: Hornbill Tribal festival, Green village Khonoma, Village explorations, World War II Memorial Site, Safari in Kaziranga National Park.
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