Horn Bill Festival in Nagaland

Named after the state's most favorite bird, this festival is a showcase of the heritage of 16 types of tribes. It is probably the most significant festivals of North East India, celebrated in Nagaland with a hint of Myanmar. This festival highlights the region's rich culture accompanied by folk songs, tribal dances, night markets,  and scrumptious meals. Conducted from December 1st to 10th every year, they also host a Hornbill National Rock Concert, that invites bands from all over India to compete.


  • Why you should attend this: To get a glimpse of the rich indigenous                                               culture of North East India. 
  • Who should attend this: People who are curious about the local life                                        of Nagaland might find this interesting. 
have us call you back!
have us call you back!
Please enter a valid Email-ID
Please enter a valid mobile number
You missed this
You missed this
I accept Privacy Policy and I authorize Thomas Cook to contact me with details.
Top International
Honeymoon Destinations
Need help? Leave your number and we will call you.