Touphema Village is a heritage village located 41 kms from Kohima and is well connected by road to both the major cities in Nagaland.

Built by the local community in partnership with the Tourism Department of Nagaland, Touphema village is a collection of small huts build in Naga design and decorated like a traditional Naga household intending on giving the tourists the feel of living in a Naga tribal house. In a beautiful hillock surrounded by amazing beauty and greenery, is situated a wonderful village which seeks to introduce Nagaland to the world. Touphema village is a wonderful tribute to the culture, lifestyle and the people of Nagaland.

The best time to visit Nagaland, and the Touphema Village, is undoubtedly during the colourful Hornbill Festival when sixteen tribes converge to showcase the local flavour of the state. This itinerary takes you through the key towns, giving you a peek into local life.