Tribal Heritage of India Tours 

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Tribal tour in Northeast India

In this tour the guests will travel to the tribal heartlands of Northeast India. They will go to Mon in the state of Nagaland, inhabited by the colourful and fierce Konyak Naga tribe. In the world's biggest inhabited river island of Majuli guests will meet the various tribes - Deori, Ahom, Sonowal Kacharis and the Mishings.  And in the state of Arunachal Pradesh, guests will visit the villages of the Apatani, Tagin, Galo and Nyishi tribes.

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The fascinating tribes of Odisha & Responsible Travel

Odisha, a province in Eastern India is home to many indigenous tribes. Protected by the state, these tribes live in their protected areas and follow their old customs and traditions. They come in contact with the outside world mostly in the markets where they come to sell agricultural and forest goods. Stay in an Eco Tourism camp which is a community based Rural Tourism Initiative on the principles of Responsible travel where a part of the earning is spent to conserve the Eco system.

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Hornbill Festival Nagaland

Hornbill Festival with Northeast India

The remote Northeast India is a hidden paradise. Part of the Eastern Himalayas, this beautiful mostly hilly region is inhabited by many ethnic tribes of mongoloid origin. Nagaland, one of the provinces here celebrate Hornbill festival in December every year where many tribes come together in their traditional colourful attires to dance, sing, and celebrate their tribal culture.

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Textiles & Handicrafts of the Northeast Tribes

Discover the wonderful weaves, textile traditions and handicrafts of Northeast India. In this specially curated tour guests will travel to villages to see how rare silk is extracted, processed and finally woven into beautiful fabric with intricate designs. Guests will see how backstrap weaving is done in some ethnic communities. They will also visit villages of traditional Terracotta artisans, Jewellery makers, Bell metal artisans, Bamboo product makers etc.

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