Gangtok - Darjeeling

ITINERARY: 4 nights and 5 days


On arrival at Bagdogra Airport, you will be met by our office executive who will assist you to board your vehicle to Gangtok. Overnight at the hotel.


After breakfast, in the morning, start for excursion to Tshangu Lake (12,400 ft) & Baba Mandir (13,100 ft)

Another option is to go to Nathulais an Indo China border, controlled by the Indian Army & is situated approx 20 Kms ahead of Tshangu Lake at an height of 14,140 ft. The journey to Nathula & Baba Mandir is same up to 16 Kms.(The visit to Nathula comes with an extra cost. Please contact us for more details.

Nathula permit gets confirmed 24 hrs prior to the journey date & it is subjected to permit availability as it is allotted as per lottery. Nathula is closed on Monday & Tuesday for tourist. Organising the permit at the last moment is not possible & a clear window of 72 Hrs with proper documents is required to process the permit. To process the permit we would require 04 Passport Size Photograph & photo proof identity card such as Voter Id / Passport / Driving License. Pan card & Adhar card is not accepted as identity proof by authorities. There is no refund, incase the permit is confirmed by Sikkim tourism & due to whatsoever reason (Land slide, Heavy rain fall, VIP Movement, Health issue etc) one is not able to visit.


Morning we go for a half day sightseeing tour, covering Jhakri Water Falls along with Droul Chorthen, Research Institute of Tibetology (Closed on Sunday), Directorate of Handicraft & Handloom (Closed on Sunday) and Flower Show. Afternoon transfer to Darjeeling. Overnight at the hotel.


Early morning tour to Tiger Hills to view sunrise over Kanchendzonga Peak (subject to clear weather). On the way back we visit Ghoom Monastery, Batasia Loop. After breakfast go for a half-day sight seeing of Japanese Temple, Peace pagoda, Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park & Himalayan Mountaineering Institute (Closed on Thursday), Darjeeling Ropeway Ride (Ticket cost not included & will be approx INR 180.00 per person) Tenzing & Gombu Rock, Tibetan Refugee Self-Help Center (Closed on Sunday) & panoramic view of Tea Estate. Overnight at the hotel.


Transfer to Bagdogra Airport for your journey home. 


The new house, the hidden valley of rice, the garden of Indra - the goodly region. Sikkim lies in the mystical Himalayan land that the Chogyals left to India just 36 years ago. Delight your senses with a view of the snow-capped mountains and moss covered trees; excite yourself with mountain biking and Yak riding; come close to nature with birding and trekking; and revive your soul by interacting with simple folk in remote villages. Sikkim touches you in a unique way, and you will go back home a new person.

People of Sikkim

Irrespective of the tribe, class or community they belong to, Sikkimese are essentially simple folks. Like most hill-tribes they are untouched by consumerism and know how to live in harmony despite being from different communities.  Sikkim is India's least populous state with the one of highest per capita income in the country. It is also one of the least densely populated states with only 76 persons per square kilometer. The people of Sikkim can be classified mainly as Lepchas, Bhutias, Nepalese and the others (Biharis, Jains, Marwaris etc.)

Culture of Sikkim

The Sikkimese celebrate all major Hindu festivals such as Diwali and Dussera. Nepali festivals like Tihar and Bhimsen Puja are common. Losar, Loosong, Saga Dawa, Lhabab Duechen, Drupka Teshi and Bhumchu are Buddhist festivals.

During the Losar (Tibetan New Year) most offices and educational institutions are closed for a week. Muslims celebrate Id-ul-fitr and Muharram. Christmas has also been promoted in Gangtok to attract tourists during the off-season. A favorite form of social celebration is the drinking of Shay-Chang (millet beer). Served in tall bamboo mugs, the drink is sipped through a bamboo pipe. It is made from millet grains and is non-toxic. It is reputed to be the best remedy to ward off the severe colds in the mountains and is known for its healing properties.


- Accommodation and all meals
- Surface transfers as per Itinerary

- Inner liner permits, entry fees, taxes, parking & toll
- Does not include Rail or Air Fare.


- Government Service Tax as applicable (as on date 1/4/2016 it is 4.7%)
- Cost for service provided on a personal request
- Cost for personal expenses such as laundry, bottled water, soft drinks, incidentals, porter charges, tips etc.
- Difference in cost arising due to change in Taxes by the Government which will have to be collected directly ON ARRIVAL.
- Difference in cost arising due to mishaps, political unrest, natural calamities. In such case extra will have to be paid on the spot by the guest directly.
- Cost for any other service not mentioned under the “Cost Includes” head. 

  • Rucksack , Sports bag or Suitcase - (Ideally this should be your check in luggage)
  • Day pack bag (This will be useful when we travel to places like  Alchi, Nubra valley, and Pangong. We will be leaving our main luggage at Leh)
  • Cap / Scarf
  • Full Sleeve Thick Woolen Sweater, Jacket and Wind Cheater
  • Cotton Thermal Inner
  • Monkey Cap, Muffler, Gloves, Socks (All woolen)
  • Sun Glasses (other than blue shades)
  • Floaters / Chappals
  • Cold Cream, Sun Screen Lotion , Lip Guard
  • Torch with extra cells
  • Adequate T Shirts, Trousers, Underclothing
  • Hand Towel, Napkin, Handkerchief
  • Personal Toilet paper, Tooth paste/brush, Soap, Shaving Kit and other toiletries
  • Personal Medicine Kit
  • Waist Pouch
  • Small extension board to charge your electronic gadgets
  • IPOD / PEN DRIVE for MUSIC (Optional)
*Please note that the Kit List mentioned is a standard one for all our Himalayan trips, hence one can make a few changes as per personal preferences.

In the event of any cancellation by you, the initial deposit amount paid, shall stand forfeited and further cancellation shall be levied as per the following terms:

- 6 weeks before date of departure: 20% of tour cost + Air / Rail cancellation charges.
- 4 to 6 weeks before date of departure: 50% of tour cost + Air / Rail cancellation charges.
- 2 to 4 weeks before date of departure: 80% of tour cost + Air / Rail cancellation charges.
- 2 weeks before date of departure: 100% of tour cost + Air / Rail cancellation charges (Will be considered as no show).

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Best Time to Visit: March to June and September to December

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