Battlefields of World War II - Paradise Unexplored
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Battlefields of World War II

Paradise Unexplored / Battlefields of World War II

Battlefields of World War II

INR23000 Booking Amount : INR5000

per person

Get ready to travel back in time when Indian and British soldiers fought bravely against the Japanese during World War II, as a part of the British Raj. Discover the battlefields in the Indo-Burmese border in Nagaland & Manipur

These peaceful memorials are bound to give you chills down your spine. The tour takes you around Kohima, Imphal and some other sites which were significant locations during the war.

Kohima is the land of the Angami Naga tribe. The name, Kohima, was officially given by the British as they could not pronounce the Angami name Kewhima or “the land where the mountain flower Kewhi grows”. The town of Kohima is located on the top of a high ridge and the town serpentines along the top of the mountain ranges as is typical of most Naga settlements.

Best Time to Visit: September to June

  • Departure
    Dimapur airport , Imphal Airport
  • Dress Code
    Light woolens
  • Include
    Cost Is Per Person On A Twin Sharing Basis
    Standard Hotel Rooms
  • Available at an additional cost
    Tour Guide
    Hotel Room Upgrades to Deluxe, Premium and Elite Options
    Car Upgrades
    Entry Fees To Locations

Day 01: Arrive Dimapur airport – Kohima (70 kms)

Post arrival at Dimapur Airport, you will be taking a 3 hour road-trip to Kohima, the hilly capital of Nagaland, which shares its borders with Burma. Afternoon free in Kohima for individual activities.

Day 02: Kohima

After breakfast, you will be visiting the War Cemetery, State Museum and Naga Heritage Village. Later you will be taken to see the Kigwema village in Jakhama of Kohima district

Day 03: Kohima – Imphal (140 kms)

Today you will be heading towards Imphal, the capital of Manipur. Here, visit the ruins of the Palace of Kangla, the royal seat of the erstwhile Kingdom of Manipur, which is surrounded by a moat. In the afternoon, visit Kangla fort. This fort is regarded as the most important historical and archeological site of Manipur.

Day 04: Imphal

Early morning excursion to Bishnupur followed by sightseeing in Bishnupur visiting Loktak Lake, the largest freshwater lake in India. It is also known as the only floating lake in the world due to the floating phumdis. Due to this unique feature, this is also home to the endangered sangai or Manipur brow-antlered deer. One can take a boat ride to Keibul Lamjao National Park by a country boat. One can visit the fisherman house and Sangai (dancing deer). On the way back to Imphal visit India Peace Memorial, Lokpaching (Red Hill).

Day 05: Imphal – Moreh (100km) – Imphal

After breakfast, proceed to a full day excursion to Moreh, the Indo-Myanmar border. En-route visit 2nd World War battle place of Imphal, Moreh Bazar and in Tamu (Myanmar) visit Pagodas and Buddhist Temples and Namphalong International market. Evening you will be driving back to Imphal.

Day 06: Departure Imphal

After breakfast transfer to the Imphal airport in time for onward connection.

Tour Location

Dimapur airport - Kohima - Imphal - Moreh - Imphal - Imphal Airport