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8 Days / 7 Nights
Destinations Gangtok , Darjeeling

( 7 Nights / 08 Days ) Kalimpong, Gangtok,Darjeeling NJP Railway Station / (IXB) Bagdogra Airport- Kalimpong (01 Night) - Gangtok (03 Nights) - Darjeeling (03 Nights) – NJP Railway Station/ (IXB) Bagdogra Airport

Itinerary

Day 01 - Arrival NJP Railway Station / (IXB) Bagdogra Airport – Kalimpong :

On your arrival at the NJP Railway Station / (IXB) Bagdogra Airport, our representative will welcome you and assist you to board your vehicle to Kalimpong (75 Km / 03 Hr). Overnight stay will be arranged at the Hotel.



Day 02 - Kalimpong – Gangtok

After a refreshing breakfast embark on an exciting sightseeing trip of the Dello hills, Dr. Graham’s Home, Flower Nurseries, Jang-Dong-Palriffo Brang and Durbin Dara Hills. Transfer to Gangtok (85 Km / 03 Hr), overnight stay will be arranged at the Hotel.



Day 03 - Gangtok :

A half-day sightseeing tour will be arranged covering the Rumtek Monastery, Droul Chorthen, Research Institute of Tibetology, Directorate of Handicraft & Handloom & Flower Show. Return for an overnight stay at the Hotel.

Day 04 - Gangtok :

You will be taken on an exciting day excursion to the Tsomgo Lake (departure in the morning) - situated at a height of 3,780 meters with an average depth of about 50 feet. The Lake is a picture-postcard sight abounding with scenic beauty. You will be escorted back to Gangtok for an overnight stay at the Hotel.



Day 05 - Gangtok – Darjeeling :

Transfer to Darjeeling (115 Km / 04 Hr). On arrival, check-in at the hotel. Overnight stay at the Hotel.



Day 06 - Darjeeling :

Early morning tour to the magnificent Tiger Hills (at around 4 AM) to view an awe-inspiring sunrise over the Kanchendzonga Peak (subject to clear weather). On your return trip visit the Ghoom Monastery and Batasia Loop. After breakfast you will be taken on a half-day sightseeing tour of the Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park & Himalayan Mountaineering Institute (Closed on Thursday), Tenzing & Gombu Rock, Tibetan Refugee Self-Help Center (Closed on Sunday) & Tea Estate. Afternoon you will be taken to the Rock Garden & Ganga Maya Lake. Return for an overnight stay at the Hotel.



Day 07 – Darjeeling

After breakfast you will be taken to Mirik (50 Km / 02 Hr). Full day excursion to Mirik Lake, (Horse riding & boating facilities are available) on direct payment basis. Return to Darjeeling for an overnight stay at the Hotel.




Day 08 - Darjeeling - NJP Railway Station / (IXB) Bagdogra Airport

Transfer to NJP Railway Station / (IXB) Bagdogra Airport (100 Km / 04 Hr) for your onward journey.


Gangtok
In this jet-set age, it’s heartening to know that there are still some unspoilt beautiful places in this world. Gangtok is one such hidden gem in the treasure trove of In...

Gangtok

In this jet-set age, it’s heartening to know that there are still some unspoilt beautiful places in this world. Gangtok is one such hidden gem in the treasure trove of India. Travellers who want to experience a whole new world in India; still craving to let loose the adventurous in you, Gangtok would be the ideal choice. Take a break amidst the surreal environs of Gangtok surrounded by peaceful and scenic monasteries, majestic white mountains, cool lakes and fresh air.   True to its name - ‘hill top’, Gangtok is steeply layered along a sharp mountain ridge, 1700 mtrs above, in North-East India. Nothing can excel the place in its romantic ambience as well as beauty the spectacular views it offers. The glimpse of Kanchenjunga poking its pointy white nose above in Sikkim– Nepal border is amazing. Gangtok is the biggest town of Sikkim and a land of monasteries. The Tibetan-style Buddhist monasteries (gompas) adding vermilion splashes to the green hills makes it ideally romantic as well as serene.   You cannot look for man-made wonders in Gangtok, but its unspoiled natural beauty is unique. Pristine mountains dotted with monasteries, friendly village folks, chirping birds, vibrant orchids,wild life, and ample opportunities for adventure await you in Gantok.   Because of the diverse populace like Buddhists, Chinese, Tibetans and Nepalese, Gantok is also famous for its many colourful festivals. Adventure lovers can indulge in a host of activities like trekking, biking tour, rafting, archery and angling here. Gangtok is equally famous for its hang gliding and yak safari. Quiet romancers may roam around the tranquil monasteries, hill sides and lakes, to experience a true idyllic atmosphere. 
Darjeeling
Darjeeling is a bustling hill station in the northern part of West Bengal. Darjeeling was considered as the summer capital of West Bengal since the British days in India....

Darjeeling

Darjeeling is a bustling hill station in the northern part of West Bengal. Darjeeling was considered as the summer capital of West Bengal since the British days in India.  There is no doubt that Darjeeling is one of the most beautiful places in the Indian subcontinent. Located close to Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal, Darjeeling is one of the most preferred tourist spots especially in the summer months.   Visitors come to enjoy the breathtaking scenery and cool climate. The calm and serene atmosphere of the region away from the bustles is another major draw. The imposing hills, gorgeous lakes, sparkling waterfalls and thick green foliage in Darjeeling are not to be missed. The natives of Darjeeling are very friendly and will do their best to make the travellers feel comfortable. This hospitality can be very well felt as you step into the place.   The influence of the colonial era can still be seen every where in Darjeeling. The lifestyle of the region too is a result of this blend of many diverse cultures. There are many Tibetan refugees, locals from the neighbouring country of Nepal and even some from Bihar in Darjeeling, lending it a mixed culture.   Darjeeling is also a trekker’s paradise. The hills of Darjeeling have been attracting many adventure loving tourists who love to trek and enjoy the breathtaking views of the two majestic mountains- Mount Everest and Kanchenjunga.   Darjeeling is equally famous for its tea plantations and flower gardens. Tea plantations and tourism rules the economy of the state. Darjeeling cuisine is an eclectic mix of Indian, Tibetian and Western. Shopping in Darjeeling is also a unique experience as there are many malls as well as antique shops. Darjeeling is famous for its clothes and accessories which are sold at economical rates.