Witness the eternal beauty of India’s unexplored North-Eastern corners DARJEELING & SIKKIM. Enjoy the magic of nature with the amazing view of snow capped Kanchenjunga and other Himalayan mountains. Darjeeling-Sikkim are retreats of scenic and natural beauty with calm and soothing lakes,tea plantation on sloping hills,large number of flowers and land of Buddhist monasteries.

Darjeeling  – Pelling – Ravangla – Namchi – Gangtok

TRIP DATES – 12th to 18th Nov 2019 (8 Days and 7 Nights)

COST – Only Rs. 32000 per person on twin sharing basis

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Sightseeing inclusions:

Darjeeling (2 days) – Sunrise point, Steam engine Toy train ride, Peace pagoda, HMI, Tenzing rock, Tea garden, Tea factory, Mall road

Pelling (2 Day) – Monastery, Tea garden,  Kheochelpari lake, Rimbi waterfalls

Ravangla (1 Day) – Ravangla Buddha park

Naamchi (1 Day) – Sai temple, Siddeshwar Dham

Gangtok (2 days) – Tsomgo lake, Baba mandir, Bhanjakri water falls, Hanuman Tok, Tashi view point, Ropeway, Ganesh Tok, Rumtek Monastery, Nathula pass, (only if gates are open)

Inclusions:

  • Accommodation in twin sharing basis in 3☆ hotels
  • All days breakfast, lunch, dinner and water bottles
  • Darjeeling toy train ticket charges
  • Rope way ticket charges
  • Sight seeing by AC vehicle depending on the number of members
  • Pick up and drop from Baghdogra Airport and Railway Station
  • Entry fee for Sight seeing at mentioned places, toll and parking charges at all locations & driver charges

 Note : Flight/ train charges extra. We can book the flight/railway tickets for you as per actuals.

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Itinerary

DAY 1 

Pickup from Baghdogra airport/NJP RLY stn
Proceed to Gangtok (123 km 4hrs) Hotel check in .Dinner and halt overnight

DAY 2 

Morning after breakfast visit Bhanjakri waterfalls, Hanuman Tok, Tashi view point, Rope way, Ganesh Tok and monastery
Back to hotel Dinner

DAY 3 
After breakfast proceed to Baba Mandir, Chongo lake and Nathula pass(Only if we get permit) Evening visit mall road

DAY 4 
After breakfast proceed to Ravangla visit Buddha park and Siddeswar temple at Naamchi. Night halt at Naamchi

DAY 5 
After breakfast proceed to Pelling whole day Pelling sight seeing, Khechopar lake, Monastery

DAY6 
Proceed to Darjeeling. After lunch Tea factory, Peace Pagoda

DAY7 
Early morning visit sunrise from tiger hills, joy ride in Himalayan toy train, HMI, Peace Pagoda . Evening visit mall road.

DAY8 
After breakfast bid goodbye to your friends and proceed to Baghdogra airport /Jalpaiguri railway station

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History

DARJEELING

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Darjeeling is located at an altitude of 6710ft in the Himalayan foothills.
It is famous for the spectacular view of world’s third highest mountain Kanchenjunga, beautiful tea gardens on the slopes of rolling hills, the orchids and pines,the Himalayan toy train whistling it’s way through the mountains.
The town is most popular for its aromatic tea.
The hill town is well known for mixed culture of Nepalese, Bengalese and Sikkimese

TOY TRAIN

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The toy train is also known as Darjeeling Himalayan Railway.The small steam engine pulling mini coaches up the steep mountain through ,valleys, forests,tea gardens and local villages. The toy train runs along narrow gauze track making several zigzags and loops on the way. Ghoom is the highest point in the route and it is also the highest railway station in Asia.
At Batasia the train makes a loop around a beautiful garden. At the centre of the garden memorials of Gorkha soldiers are built who sacrificed their lives in war. The train stops here for 10 minutes the view of Kanchenjunga mountain and Darjeeling town is mesmerising.

TIGER HILL

Tiger-Hill

Tiger hill is the highest point in Darjeeling hills. It is famous for its splendid sights of the morning sunrise.
The gradual appearance of morning sun disperses a gentle orange light to the hills, which turns into blazing yellow brightness in few minutes. The sun germinates out from the mountains like a yolk of an egg. The change in colours from blue to white to pink to gold of snow capped mountain Kanchenjunga due to sunrise is breathtaking.

PELLING

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Pelling is a beautiful town in the North Indian state Sikkim at the foothills of mount Kanchenjunga. The land around Pelling is famous for its scenic beauty. The main attractions of Pelling are sight of Kanchenjunga and the neighbouring peaks, Pemayangtse monastery and the waterfalls.

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The town Pelling is rich in heritage and culture, with ancient monasteries, pristine environment, numerous treks and hikes. The scenic town of Pelling is a perfect holiday destination for all nature lovers.

NAMCHI

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Namchi is the district head quarters of the South Sikkim district. The meaning of Namchi is ” Sky High” and is completely synonymous as it is located at an elevation of 5,500ft.
The small town Namchi is the epitome of culture, diversity, religion, generosity and also depicts the munificence of Sikkim. Namchi is blessed with welcoming monasteries, tradional temples, Lush greenery, flora and forests.
Namchi is land of celebration and carnivals. Every year Namchi hosts football tournament and flowershow. People from all around participate in these events.

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RAVANGLA

Temi_Tea_Garden_RavanglaTea Garden in Ravangla

Ravangla is a sleepy little small town situated at an elevation of 7000ft in South Sikkim.
The interesting places to visit in Ravangla are Buddha’s park, Tathagata Tsal, Robong Gonna etc.
Ravangla offers unmatched views of greater Himalayas and beautiful landscapes.
Ravangla stages Pang Lhabsol festival every year around August-September culminating their traditional dances known as Chaam

ravangla_busshapak                                                  Buddha Park at Ravangla

Buddhist_temple_ravangla                                                  Buddhist temple at Ravangla

GANGTOK

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Gangtok is a beautiful hill town capital of Indian state Sikkim. It is located at an altitude of 5,410ft. The residents are mainly Nepalese, Lepchas and Bhutias

Dodrulchortenstupa_Gangtok_2                Dro-dul Chorten Stupa, Gangtok
Gangtok spreads over a forested mountains that faces the Kanchenjunga snow peaks. There are many vantage points in and around Gangtok from where snow peaks of Kanchenjunga and other Himalayan mountains can be viewed.
The heart of the main hub of Gangtok is M G Marg .It is pedestrian zone with many glittering shops, restaurants and bars lined up on both the sides

Ropeway_Gangtok                                                         Cable Car at Gangtok

TSOMGO LAKE

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Tsomgo lake is a glacial lake also known as Changu lake. It is located at an altitude of 12,310ft. The name Tsomgo lake means ” source of water” the water of the lake is from melting snow of surrounding mountains. The lake remains frozen during the winter season. The surface of the lake reflects different colours with change of seasons.
The oval shaped deep blue lake is a treat to the eyes. The lake is highly revered by the local Buddhist and Hindu’s as a sacred lake.

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HANUMAN TOK

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Hanuman Tok is a Hindu temple located at an altitude of 7200ft. The temple is dedicated to Lord Hanuman. It’s a divine and heavenly feeling when reached up to the main Hanuman temple. From top spectacular view of Kanchenjunga range can be seen.
Locals believe that Lord Hanuman took rest at this place when he was carrying sajeevani from Himalayas to save Lakshman. The temple is popularly known as wish fulfilling temple

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Exclusion:

  • Roundtrip Flight/Train Tickets from your hometown to Baghdogra airport / Jalpaiguri railway station
  • Sightseeing and attraction tickets not mentioned in inclusions. Any form of Joyrides, Boat rides, adventure activities which are not part of group activities
  • Additional hours/days/nights of stay required outside the check-in on tour start date and Check-out on tour end date, as per standard followed by hotels in India
  • Expense of personal nature like Porter, tipping, laundry, telephone, beverages, room service charge, camera/video camera fee at monuments, medical expenses, airport departure tax, meals not part of group buffet menu, insurance etc.
  • Any expenses caused by reasons beyond our control such as road blocks, landslide, accidents & any emergency evacuations.
  • We are not responsible for the valuables carrying by the individuals