A Wander Nagaland tour opens up a world of excitement, wonder and opportunity. With that, there are inherent risks and rewards beyond which you could reasonably expect by staying at home. Some of the reasons you may be exposed to different and broader experiences and risks include:
Nagaland having different laws and regulations governing transport, infrastructure, safety etc, and may be lacking when compared to laws you may have at home.
The itineraries we operate may at times include strenuous activities and physical demands beyond which you may usually partake in at home. In addition, these activities are on occasion undertaken in remote and isolated areas.
The political stability of some of the area in which we operate can be at times volatile.
Natural events such as landslides, earthquakes, storms, flooding etc can happen the world over. Sometimes they strike in locations in which we operate a tour. The remote location of some of our tours may compound the impacts beyond the natural event itself.
Most of the people you meet on your travels will be genuine, welcoming and honest. However, as anywhere, there is a small element preying on the unsuspecting tourist.
The remote locations of some of our tours mean support and assistance is not always readily available.
The infrastructure (hospitals, transport, emergency services etc) of some of the areas we visit may be lacking when compared to the ones you may have at home.
Wander Nagaland takes all reasonable measures to ensure your safety and enjoyment while travelling with us. The aim of this document is to give you an insight into ways you may further enhance your own personal safety while abroad.
“The door to safety swings on the hinges of common sense.”