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The Ultimate Travelling Camp, Kohima Camp, Nagaland

Nestled deep in untouched rainforest, these spacious, safari-style tents provide the perfect base from which to experience the vibrancy and colour of the Hornbill Festival.

The Ultimate Travelling Camp, leaders in luxury camping in the far reaches of India, bring their expertise to the remote jungle of Nagaland with the setup of Kohima Camp. Enveloped by the lush foliage, the individual tents offer luxury living in the wild with colonial-style furnishings, plush four poster beds and ensuite bathrooms with hot showers. Each tent also has its own private deck where you can look out on majestic mountain views. 

This pop-up camp runs each November/December exclusively for the Hornbill Festival, a 10-day event showcasing the region’s various tribal cultures with colourful performances, elaborate costumes, indigenous games, handicrafts and local foods. As well as enjoying the festival, you’ll be able to visit nearby villages, meet the locals and get a deeper insight into traditional life in this remote location. 

Kohima Camp, at a glance

  • Pop-up camp open annually in November/December for the Hornbill Festival
  • The venue for the festival is just a 20-minute drive from camp
  • Luxury canvas tents with a backdrop of lush valleys and hills
  • Private sit-outs with panoramic views 
  • Four poster beds, tastefully crafted furniture and spacious living areas 
  • Tents are triple layered for natural insulation and weather protection 
  • Personal butler services
  • Two dining tents with indoor and outdoor seating 
  • Operated by The Ultimate Travelling Camp

For leisure and pleasure

  • Experience the festival, watch indigenous games, enjoy local food and immerse yourself in the cultural heritage of the region
  • Visit nearby villages to learn more about the local way of life 
  • Visit the Kohima World War II cemetery
  • Socialise with other guests in the cosy reception tent
  • Browse the well-stocked in-house library
  • Pick up a souvenir from the boutique, from local clothing to regional handicrafts 

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