On arrival at Guwahati/Dimapur, directly transfer to Kisama Heritgae Village (Hornbill venue) and check in to your tents. Evening, visit the festival venue. Evening bonfire and overnight at the camp.
The festival is named after the Indian hornbill the large and colourful forest bird which is displayed in the folklore of most of the state's tribes.
Accessibility: The Hornbill Festival venue - Naga Heritage Complex is at Kisama village situated 12 km away from Kohima on NH-39 (Imphal highway). The venue for the Rock concert is either at IG Stadium Kohima, 20 km from Kisama or Dimapur. Nagaland is well connected by Road, Air, and Train. Nearest Airport and Railway station are at Dimapur which is at a distance of 70 km from the state capital Kohima. Regular shared vehicles are available from Dimapur Railway Station/airport. Guwahati to Dimapur is connected by various trains and Shatabdi-12067 is the best option. By road, it is 340 Km and around 8 hour’s journey from Guwahati. Daily overnight buses from Guwahati ISBT are available. Private vehicles on hire are available from Guwahati and Jorhat.
Campsite: Pre-pitched Dome and Alpine shaped tents 02-sharing, 03-sharing and 04-sharing with Sleeping Bags/Blankets-Mats will be provided by us. Other available facilities are 24 hours access to water, common Lobby and Charging Plug Points, Angami Naga Kitchen, Snacks, eco-friendly toilet-bathrooms and Hot water on request. The campsite is 100 Meters away from the main stage and just behind the festival police outpost. The campsite is on the terraces overlooking the Kohima town.