Location: The tents of Kohima Camp are located in the rainforests of Nagaland, known as the Switzerland of the East and home to the Naga tribes.
History: The colonial style of these luxurious tents recall the days of of the British Raj, while nearby, traditional Naga villages operate as they have for centuries.
Service: Each tent has a dedicated butler to take care of guests’ needs around the clock.
Coined the “Ultimate Traveling Camp,” the Kohima Camp is an exotic cultural experience. Leave the resort spas, fitness centers and internet cafes behind and step into a simpler way of life. This is truly a rare opportunity as guests stay in the fascinating state of Nagaland, on the exotic borders of Myanmar. Though technically “camping,” it might be better referred to as “glamping,” as guests will be able to relax on their comfortable four-poster bed at the end of each day, as well as ensuite bathrooms, and personalized butler service. The linens are crisp, white, clean and comfortable. Camping has never been so comfortable – guests will be completely protected from the weather outside while still fully-immersed in nature. There are campfires lit every night for guests’ enjoyment. Hot, delicious meals are provided at the campsite to provide guests with scrumptious fuel for their adventures ahead.
Each luxury tent features private bathroom and dedicated butler service. The decor blends modern luxury with colonial-style furnishings so guests can enjoy the adventure of camping in utmost comfort.
Tents can accommodate singles, couples or groups. They’re decorated in a classic natural palette with teak wood furnishings and luxurious fittings, including a hot shower, plush linens and window screens that let in light and fresh air but keep out bugs. Each night, guests enjoy a turndown service with gourmet chocolates.
Visitors to Kohima Camp are there primarily to see the Naga Hornbill Festival, though there’s the opportunity to visit local villages and trek through the rainforest.
For 10 days in December every year, the 16 Naga tribes stage a festival showcasing their various cultures and traditions, with food, games, performances and stalls travelers can enjoy while learning about the local culture. The Naga were previously headhunters and their rich heritage makes an intriguing highlight to any journey.
Kohima Camp is in an excellent position to take day trips to nearby villages and witness traditional tribal life.
A communal dining tent gives guests a chance to mingle with other travelers. Fresh local, Western and Indian food is prepared onsite and in-room dining is available. After dinner, guests can unwind by the fireside.
Guests can interact with fellow travelers over breakfast and swap stories over a sumptuous dinner, prepared by the onsite chef. Fresh gourmet ingredients and a fine selection of wines are on offer, ensuring guests an exciting culinary journey.