Our Naga Hill wildness trails takes you through hunting trails of the Naga Warriors, used to be the Prominent Heat Hunters. For centuries the Naga people have lived in relative isolation, allowing them to preserve their customs and ways of life. The tribes are historically known for their strong warrior traditions and for practicing headhunting and preserving the heads of their enemies as trophies. The Naga consist of many clans and splinter groups differentiated by their own languages and distinct customs, however they bond through their deep mutual respect for nature and shared dress codes, eating habits and traditions. The Naga tribes live in villages which are held together by social, economic, political and linguistic ties. Folk songs and dances are essential ingredients of the traditional Naga culture. The oral tradition is kept alive through the media of folk tales and songs, Naga folk’s songs are both romantic and historical, with songs narrating entire stories of famous ancestors and incidents.
Mt. Saramati, towering 3841 meter, largest mountain range in Nagaland and highest non-Himalayan peak, located at Lashi Township, Sagaing Division of Myanmar. Covered with rich, natural and diverse forests, visible at various altitudes, ranging from Sub-tropical evergreen and Semi evergreen to temperate broad leaved and Alpine vegetation. There are no established routes to the summit so this expedition represents a true pioneering challenge.