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Has Anyone been to Nagaland in North Eastern India?

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We're thinking about a trip at the end of the year and currently we're a bit all over the place as there are far too many possibilities and not enough focus, which is a general problem we have! However, focus may have arrived in the form of an itinerary sent by a guide we've used previously who's setting up his own business and suggested a trip to Nagaland which is in the far eastern corner of India, directly north of Burma and east of both Bhutan and Bangladesh.

We have been to NE India before. A few years ago we spent ten days on the Assam Bengal Navigation boat down the Brahamaputra so we have seen a bit of Assam - I didn't post a TR because what more could be added to dogster's description? Anyway, we're now considering areas that are further out . If you've been to Nagaland or Meghalaya could you give us some impressions of what you enjoyed? Did you make it to the Hornbill Festival? We'd be traveling with a guide and he would take care of the permits needed to travel in this area.

We love to travel to places with cultural or historical interest that feel distant to us so it could be a good match. Anyway there's a possibility we may combine Nagaland with Burma (not traveling overland as the border may be closed to foreigners) or Bangladesh.

Thanks very much.

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