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Tribal Tourism in India
Nagaland the major place for tribal tourism in India. Purushwadi village in Maharashtra, Attappady in Kerala, Royal Bastar Farm in Chhattisgarh,Mundiguda and Machhakund in Odisha are also famous for tribal tourismNagaland
Nagaland is the major destination for tribal tourism in India. Nagaland is a sate in Northeast India with Kohima as capital and nearly 16 tribes of people are living here. Inner line permit issued by Nagaland government is essential for visiting tribal regions. Tourist can see plenty of tribal settlements near Myanmmarborder. Don't miss to visit places like Dibrugarh, Mon, Longwa, Tuensang, Mokokchung, Wokha, Kohima,Dimapur.
Purushwadi village in Maharastra is famous for tribal tourism. You can stay in tribal homes and learn about there culture and farming. Purushwadi is the homeland of Mahadeo Koli tribe.
Attappady or Attappadi is one of the largest tribal settlements in Kerala. Attappadi Tribes includes Irulas, Mudugas and Kurumbar. Tribes celebrating Sivarathri at the Malleeswaran Peak is a must see attraction in Attappady
Royal Bastar Farm, Chhattisgarh
Royal Bastar Farm located in Jagdalpur,Chhattisgarh is famous for tribal tourism. Plenty of tribal huts can be seen in Bastar region,Chhattisgarh. The Dusshera festival is one of the most important festival for tribal people in this region
Tribal Tourism in Odisha
More than sixty tribes are living in Odisha. Bondo and Didayi tribes and there weekly market can be seen from Mundiguda in Malkangiri. Machhakund in Koraput district is home to Barogadaba tribe.