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Day Wise Itinerary
Amongst the most visited are the Buddhist monasteries and the Hindu temples. One should taste the finest blend of tea that makes good souvenirs too. The pieces of Himalayan handicrafts and the curio carpets closely follow it. While selecting Darjeeling Tour Packages, you can have packages like Darjeeling tour, Darjeeling - Gangtok Tour, Darjeeling-Kalimpong - Gangtok Tour, Darjeeling- Pelling -Kalimpong - Gangtok Tour and many more.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 1: Arrival At Bagdogra & Proceed To Gangtok (130 Kms/approx 4 Hrs)
Welcome at New Jalpaiguri railway station/ Bagdogra airport & proceed to gangtok located on a ridge at a height of 5500 feet, with a spectacular view of the Khangchendzonga, the town provides the perfect base for travel through the state.
On arrival check in at hotel.
By evening visit MG Marg, the main street of Gangtok town is a great place to chill out. The country’s first litter and spit free zone, no vehicular traffic is allowed into the marg. You can sit at the Titanic Park or at the various benches stretched across the mall and take in the carnival like atmosphere.
Marg is a Hindi word which stands for Road. So essentially MG Marg means MG Road, all Indians will know that always an important road (if not the most important road) in any ...
Day 2: Gangtok Sightseeing
After breakfast, proceed for a full day sightseeing tour by covering the most interesting places such as Tashi View Point which offers a sweeping view of Kanchenjunga snow peaks on a clear day. In the opposite mountains, you can see the Phodong and Labrang monasteries.
Secondly visit Ganesh Tok, which is the highest point around Gangtok (6500ft) which can be reached after 6-7 km steep ascend from the main town situated next to the telivision tower on the mall hill nestled on gangtok Nathula Road.
Hanuman Tok known for its wonderful serene ambience and a viewing area that offers spectacular view of Kanchenjunga range.
The Ridge is a flat wonderful stretch of road just above the Gangtok Town. The ridge is lined with plants and trees which when in bloom are a riot of colours.
Cottage Industry and Handicraft Centre is known for its souvenirs like carpets, hand carved tables (choktses), traditional handcrafts, furniture, handlooms carpets and other products are produced & exhibited for sale.
Do-Drul Chorten encircled by 108 prayer wheels & one of the most important and biggest stupas found in Sikkim.
Nam Nang View Point (Ropeway on direct payment basis) situated in the vicinity of the Sikkim Legislative Assembly, one can have very good walk from Nam-Nang View point to Sikkim Press & experience the breath taking view of the dense forest and lush green valley.
Ranka Monastery a splendid architecture symbolizes the traditional Tibetan tradition. The entire place is done in bright colours, which will surely catch your attention the moment you spot it.
Enchey monastery (200 years old) the site on which the monastery stands is believed to be blessed by the famous tantric master Druptob Karpo.
Later visit the Ban Jhakri Waterfall, a 100-foot waterfall is located in a landscaped park. There is also a manmade lake here with a dragon at the center. The entire park is themed on Shaman culture and you can see Sikkimese architecture visible all across the park.
Gangtok is a beautiful hill town and the capital of north-eastern state of Sikkim. This is one place which many tourists like to combine along with a visit to Darjeeling. In ...
Day 3: Full Day Sightseeing
After breakfast, proceed for a full day sightseeing tour by visiting the Beautiful Tsomgo lake. A winding road through rugged mountain terrain and sharp cliffs takes you to Tsomgo. The lake derives its water from the melting snows of the mountains surrounding the lake. Of legendary beauty, the lake looks different at different seasons. In winter the placid lake remains frozen with the area around it covered in snow while in late spring the profusion of flowers in bloom adds a riot of colours around the lake.
Baba Mandir dedicated to “Baba” Harbhajan Singh, who was a soldier of the Indian Army. He died near the Nathula Pass in eastern Sikkim. Two shrines have been built to show reverence to Baba Harbhajan Singh. The old one has been built at the site of the bunker, where Baba Harbhajan was posted during his tenure in the Indian Army. The new one has been built at close proximity from Changu Lake.
Rest of the evening free for shopping & individual activity.
Excursion to Tsomgo Lake & Baba Mandir nearly 40 kilometers and 2 hours drive along the Kyongnosla Alpine Sanctuary, the home to the Red Panda and the blood pheasant with ...
Gangtok, sikkim, India
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Day 4: Gangtok To Pelling (130 Kms/approx 3 Hrs)
After breakfast, check out from hotel & proceed to Pelling which is today emerging as the second biggest tourist destination in the state after Gangtok. Although in itself it is little more than a strip of road lined with hotels, its main USP is the breathtaking view it offers of the Khangchendzonga and surrounding ranges.
On arrival check in at hotel & day free for leisure.
Overnight stay at Hotel.
Travel from Gangtok to Pelling
Day 5: Full Day Sightseeing
After breakfast, proceed for full day sightseeing covering the Pemayangtse Monastery which is one of the first and few oldest monastery in Sikkim, built by Gyalwa Lhatsun Namkha Jigme.
Rimbi River which falls on the way to Khecheopalri and Yuksam where the main attractions are the river, water falls, oldest Hydel power station, Sewaro rock garden and the village.
Khangchendzonga Waterfalls is situated at a sharp curve on the road side. The falls being very big in size and equally attractive through out the year.
Khecheopalri Lake is the most holy and wish fulfilling. According to Buddhist belief the lake is the emanation of goddess Tara blessed by Guru Rempoche.
Pemayangtse Monastery which is one of the first and few oldest monastery in Sikkim, built by Gyalwa Lhatsun Namkha Jigme. Rimbi River which falls on the way to Khecheopalri ...
Day 6: Pelling To Darjeeling (80 Kms/approx 2 Hrs)
After breakfast, check out from hotel & proceed to Darjeeling, spread in ribbons over a steep mountain ridge, surrounded by emerald-green tea plantations and towered over by the majestic Khangchendzonga (8598m), Darjeeling is the definitive Indian hill station.
On arrival check in at hotel & day free for leisure on own.
Overnight stay at Hotel.
Travel from Pelling to Darjeeling
Day 7: Darjeeling Sightseeing
Early morning at 04:00 visit Kanchenjunga Mountain the third highest peak in the world, with an elevation of 8,586 m. The mountain is regarded very sacred. You can have a spectacular view of the peak “Tiger Hills”.
On the way back visit Ghoom Monastery, one of the oldest Tibetan Buddhist monasteries in Darjeeling built in 1850.
Return to hotel for Breakfast.
After breakfast, proceed for sightseeing covering the Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park - one of India’s best was established to study, conserve and preserve Himalayan fauna. Housed within its rocky and forested environment are species such as Himalayan bears, clouded leopards, red pandas and Tibetan wolves. The zoo, and its attached snow leopard–breeding centre (closed to the public), are home to the world’s largest single captive population of snow leopards.
Himalayan Mountaineering Institute (Closed on Thursday) was built as a tribute to Tenzing so that he could impart his skills to all those who pursued climbing activities in the Himalayas.
Japanese Temple & Peace Pagoda has two storied white building built in a traditional Japanese style. Close to the temple is the Peace Pagoda that showcases four avatars of Lord Buddha. From the top of the Pagoda, you get a panoramic views of Darjeeling landscape including the Kanchenjunga range.