Homestay accommodation

Homestays run by Explore Nagaland

Discover the real Nagaland

Travel is not just about the places you visit, it's about the people too! 

Nagaland, like many of the more remote parts of the world, is not overrun with hotels. Although Kohima has more hotels now that it did when Nagaland first opened it's borders to tourists from around the world, Homestays are still the most popular type of accommodation in most areas of Nagaland. Explore Nagaland has two Homestays available for guests to stay in with hosts who open their homes to travellers.

By choosing a homestay for your accommodation you are directly helping the local economy whilst at the same time enriching your own lives by experiencing the real lives of the Naga people who share their homes, often making lifelong friends along the way.

 

Greenwood Villa

Greenwood Villa is a family homestay which lets out upto 4 rooms, located 12 kms south of Kohima in Kiphüza, Kigwema within walking distance (1km) of the Hornbill festival grounds.

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Morung Lodge Homestay in Kohima Nagaland

Morung Lodge

Morung Lodge is a bed and breakfast homestay located at the heart of Kohima, the capital of Nagaland, and within easy walking distance of most places of interest around the city

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SHAWL Self Help to Advance Women’s Lives

Rural Homestays

SHAWL – ‘Self help to Advance Women’s lives’ was initiated by Explore Nagaland. SHAWL offer a number of Homestays which are run by each member household during the peak season

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