Day 10: The Naga Queen

Meet the Naga Queen Ursula Graham Bower
Rupert Winchester pulls another page from the history books of Nagaland and tells you a tale about a brave Naga Queen We were phenomenally delighted to have a remarkable guest speaker here at ...

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Day 9: The Battle Of The Tennis Court

Rupert Winchester takes a break from all the festivities and steps into the pages of history... Every Englishman of a certain vintage is familiar with the name Kohima, even if, like most ...

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Day 8: Food Of The Gods

Chef Swapnil & his team doing what they do best!
What's a holiday without some good food? TUTC firmly believes in this and serves you the best of the best, even in the dense jungles of Nagaland. Here's what Rupert Winchester has to say! Chef ...

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Day 7: Happy Rest Days & Gorgeous Views

Rupert Winchester goes on to talk about how even a rest day at the camp is equal to a fun day at the festival A quiet day here at Kohima Camp today, most of the guests have either departed, ...

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Day 6: Of Angamis & Stone-Pulling

The Angami Stone-Pulling Ritual
The energy, the colours, the rituals... Rupert Winchester loved everything about the Angami stone-pulling ritual. This ritual takes place every five years and he was lucky to witness it this year! ...

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Day 5: When The Tetseo Sisters Mesmerised The Crowd!

The Tetseo Sisters are absolutely lovely!
Rupert Winchester absolutely loved the Tetseo sisters. Here's what he has to say about them and their performance... Last night we were thrilled and delighted to witness an exclusive perform...

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Day 4: The Naga Tiger Man

The Naga Tiger Man is a common phenomena
Rupert Winchester is back again! And this time he talks about the legend of the Naga Tiger Man... Last night, we were lucky to have a distinguished academic visit our camp. He gave us a talk ...

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Day 3: The Opening Ceremony, The Hornbill Legend & Vibrant Tribal Colours

Heritage Village, the location of the Hornbill Festival
The Hornbill Festival officially opened its gates to the world on 1st December. Here's everything Rupert Winchester has to say about the grand opening!  The opening ceremony of the Hornbill ...

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The Hornbill Festival In A Nutshell

Wondering what awaits at Nagaland's Hornbill Festival? Here's everything you should look forward too! Every year in the month of December, the Land of Festivals, Nagaland calls everyone for a ...

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Day 2: A Drive To India’s First Green Village, Khonoma

The paddy fields of Khanoma, Nagaland
After an introduction to our camp, Rupert Winchester is back again with a story on Khanoma, the first green village in India!   About an hour’s drive north of Kohima Camp lies the village ...

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