Dzüleke – the picturesque farming village nestled between evergreen mountains in Kohima district. (Morung file Photo)
Kisama, December 2 (MExN): The Hornbill Escapade which is organised for five days at varied locations around the State capital started off the road from December 2 and will continue to take place on December 4, 6, 8 and 10. It will be covering adventure destinations like Chesezu, Pfütsero, Khezhakeno, Pulie Badze, Khonoma, Dzüleke, Heunambe and Dzükou.
The Hornbill Escapade is an experiential idea, formed to cater to the ever increasing variety of tourists in our small State during the Hornbill festival. It aims to satiate the adventurous craving of our guests who come for more than the cultural extravaganza at Kisama, informed a DIPR report.
Interested guests shall be taken to picturesque locations and terrace fields of a selected village around the State capital via agri link roads (Kohima and Phek District), and given an added chance for tourists to experience the actual rural life of the indigenous Nagas on a one day cycle. All the trips are on a gypsy with an off-road experience, driven by well experienced, responsible drivers, with an exceptional outgoing personality. The trips will enable guests to experience the beauty of solitude in the arms of nature, as well as give them a better understanding of indigenous life by way of interaction with the locals.
To commemorate the ongoing 75 years anniversary of the Battle of Kohima, it aims to include some strategic locations of the World War ll. One can registered under the given link and contact number - 9774441136, 8779904651 or 8919900260; email@example.com; www.nagaofftheroad.com