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Hornbill Festival, Nagaland

Nagaland, the home of the Hornbill Festival is known as the ‘Land of Festivals’. The Government of Nagaland organises a yearly grand carnival called the Hornbill Festival. It is a celebration of the culture and traditions of the Naga tribes and aimed to promote intercultural harmony. It’s an ideal destination for a roadtrip, with wonderful views on all routes to the festival. The festival itself is a once in a lifetime experience and held on December 1-10 every year. It’s a great opportunity to witness the way of life of the lesser known tribals through exploration of the structure of tribal huts as you immerse yourself for a sensory experience as they celebrate with their best dance forms, costumes, wooden carvings, drums, gongs and a lot more!

5 road trips in India for this winter season

India’s diverse landscape and climates make for interesting road-trips. Some locations look drastically different during the different seasons, making them perfect destinations, even if you’ve been there before. 

Here are our top picks for winter road trips

Source: http://www.roadtrippersclub.com/

Author: Deepak Ananth, core member, RoadTrips co

The RoadTripsCo (RTC), is a pan India community of road travel enthusiasts. RTC brings together individuals, families, and friends to offer on-road experiences. The community that was first started in Mumbai is now present in over 18 cities, doing what they do best, making weekends and holidays, fun and exciting. People with diverse cultures and experiences come together with their cars and bikes, to be a part of this community and explore the unexplored parts of the country. Their road trips include a varied range of experiences, from day sprints, monsoon treks and camp nights to weekend getaways, heritage walks, and long expeditions, that are also child-friendly and pet-friendly.