Gangtok is a bustling, friendly hill station, and the capital of the Himalayan state of Sikkim. The name Gangtok is derived from the Tibetan word for 'hillside,' and the city a mixture of indigenous Sikkimese and people of Nepalese and Tibetan ancestry.
Gangtok is a popular place with tourists heading on treks, though the facilities do not reflect the number of international visitors.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 1: Arrive At Gangtok
Pick up at New Jalpaiguri railway station/ Bagdogra airport. Transfer to Gangtok. Arrives and check in hotel. Evening free for leisure. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 2: Tshomgo Excursions
Early morning proceeding to Tshomgo lake (a beautiful lake which is situated at the height of 13,200 ft with an average depth of 50 ft perfectly attuned with the scenic beauty around. From Dec to mid April it is covered by snow and surrounded by mountains which are snow covered nearly throughout the year) and Baba mandir. Night stay at gangtok.
The temple lies on the road between the Nathula and the Jelepla Pass and is visited by hundreds of people each day. The temple is believed to have wish-fulfilling powers and ...
Between Nathula And Jelepla Pass, Gangtok, India
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Day 3: Gangtok Local Sightseeing
After breakfast transfer to local sightseeing covering Jhakri Water Falls,Ranka Monastery, Research Institute of Tibet logy (Closed on Sunday and govt. Holidays), Do-Drul Chorten, Directorate of Handicrafts and Handloom(Closed on Sunday and Govt. Holidays), Nam Nang View point and Flower Show. Overnight stay at hotel.