Day 01: Bagdogra
Upon arrival at the Bagdogra airport our representative will meet with you and transfer you to your Darjeeling Hotel - most important and organized hill resort of Indian state of West Bengal. Darjeeling lies 686 kms from the plains of Kolkata perched at a height of 2134 meters with a backdrop of the mighty snow clad Himalayan Peaks. Upon arrival check-in at the hotel and overnight stay.
Day 02: Darjeeling
Today proceed for the full day sightseeing Darjeeling. Visiting Tiger Hills, Zoological Gardens , Ghoom Monastery, Dhirdham Temple & Senchal Lake . Evening return back to the Hotel. Overnight stay .
Day 03: Darjeeling - Kalimpong – 51 KM
Today drive to Kalimpong . Kalimpong is one among the many popular hill stations in India that has managed to keep its natural beauty even though it is a popular summer retreat for many people.
Upon arrival at the Hotel and Overnight stay
Day 04: Kalimpong – Gangtok
Today proceed for the full day sight seeing Kalimpong. And later drive to Gangtok enroute visiting Teesta Valley to Gangtok (5000 ft above sea level) the capital city of erstwhile princely state of Sikkim. Upon arrival at Gangtok check-in at the hotel and Overnight stay
Day 05: Gangtok
Morning city sightseeing visiting the Enchey Monastery, The Residency for an excellent view of the mountains, the white Memorial hall, Tibetology Institute and Deer park.
Afternoon take a trip across the valley to visit the famous RUMTEK monastery built by the 4th Chogyal -was damaged in a earthquake and was rebuilt. The 16th Gyalwa H.H. Karmapa after he escaped from Tibet, settled and lived in this monastery till completion of the Dharma Chakra centre nearby.
Return to Gangtok for overnight stay.
Day 06: Gangtok – Darjeeling
Today drive to Darjeeling and upon arrival proceed for the Ghoom monastery. Evening check-in to your Darjeeling hotel and overnight stay.
Day 07: Darjeeling
Today drive to Bagdogra airport for connecting your flight back / onward to your journey with the beautiful memories to Cherish.
India’s North East is a land of undulating hills and plains with luxuriant green cover and a wide variety or rare and exotic flora and fauna. The Bramhaputra valley with its near tropical climate is a fertile plain on the basin of one of the largest rivers of the world. The hilly terrain of the region ranges from Nagaland in the east to the Meghalaya in the west the Mizoram lies in the south while in the north lies the Arunachal Pradesh extends to the snow-clad ridges of the great Himalayas