Home to sixteen Naga tribes and the world-famous Hornbill festival Nagaland is a destination to visit if you want to get high on culture, tribes, festivals, folklore and stunning mountain view. Long considered the ‘wild east’ of India, Nagaland abounds in primaeval beauty and tribal culture. Its dazzling hills and valleys, reaching right up to the India–Myanmar border, are otherworldly places where, until not long ago, headhunting Naga tribes fought off intruders and each other. Today they have culturally much westernized and traditional dresses are rarely used except during their festivals. The rock music scene is on a high note. In spite of all that many parts of Nagaland can be considered as the wild eastern frontier of India. Though the people were brave warriors in the past, they are now warm hosts to the visitors.