TUTC's Luxury Camps reach Nagaland, India
October 11, 2016: The Ultimate travelling Camp (TUTC) is traversing from Ladakh to set foot in Nagaland, welcoming travellers to a luxurious experience at their Kohima Camp, nestled in a secluded forested area and rolling hills. This expedition coincides with The Hornbill Festival, the largest celebration of the indigenous warrior tribes of Nagaland where 16 tribes of the north-eastern state of India converge to show off the richness of their distinctive cultures. Each day brings forth vibrant performances, crafts, sports like archery and wrestling, food fairs, games and religious ceremonies.
The camp is operational for a limited period of 14 days only, from 29th November to 12th December. One can select and customize their trip from an array of carefully selected itineraries from 2 nights, 3 nights, 4 nights and 5 nights package, starting from Rs. 1,16,000 per person (on twin sharing basis) for 2 nights.
Enjoy a drink of the local rice beer, savour delicious tribal recipes, be a part of the rich repertoire of folk dance and songs, participate in fun events like climbing a greased bamboo pole or chilli eating contests, visit the Kohima World War II Cemetery and as the day ends unwind in the comforts of luxury waiting for you at TUTC’s Kohima camp.
The camps have services such as unlimited Wi-Fi at the Reception Tent, 24/7 security & paramedic on site, 24/7 electricity, Boutique and library and services of a personal butler. Each tent has an ensuite bathroom with access to 24 hours running hot and cold water. Each tent has a soft focus of desert colours with colonial furniture reminiscent of the British Raj. TUTC’s in-house Chef uses garden fresh ingredients to prepare and pamper visitors with world class regional, Indian and international cuisine.