The “Development of Tribal Circuit: Peren-Kohima-Wokha Project” was inaugurated by Neiphiu Rio, Chief Minister of Nagaland, in the presence of KJ Alphons, Union Minister of State (I/C) for Tourism and H Khehovi Yepthomi, Advisor for Tourism, Art & Culture, Government of Nagaland at Kisama Heritage Village in Nagaland recently.
The project “Development of Tribal Circuit: Peren-Kohima-Wokha” was sanctioned by the Ministry of Tourism in November 2015 for INR 97.36 crores. This is the first project to be implemented in the state under Swadesh Darshan Scheme of Ministry of Tourism, Government of India.
Under the project, the ministry has developed facilities like tribal tourist village, eco log huts, open-air theatre, tribal rejuvenation centre, cafeteria, helipad, tourist interpretation centre, wayside amenities, last mile connectivity, public conveniences, multipurpose hall, nature trails, trekking routes, etc.
In addition to the above project, the ministry has sanctioned another project in Nagaland “Development of Tribal circuit: Mokokchung–Tuensang-Mon” for INR 99.67 crore, the implementation of which is in progress.