The Hornbill festival is celebrated every year in the first week of December, during this time this village acts as a platform for various tribes of Nagaland to showcase their cultural heritage. This complex consists of 16 huts of each tribe built in their traditional form, songs and dances of different tribes are the main attraction here, in the bamboo pavilion handicrafts of different tribes are sold.
In Naga Heritage Village, visitors can also purchase bead Jewellery, wooden and bamboo items, cloths, natural honey, different types of cutter and chopper etc. Every tribals in front of their huts sell their authentic food items mainly pork and rice cooked and served in their traditional ways, rice beer is another common thing served in bamboo mug and price was reasonable.
Outside the heritage complex there were World War II museum, Horti-scape where beautiful flower exhibition was going on.
Kisama Heritage Village open at 08:00 AM to 06:00 PM
20 INR (per person)