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Extremely alluring, pleasantly boisterous and wreathed in clouds – Gangtok, the capital city of the Sikkim can also give you a spectacular view of Mt. Kanchenjunga, at a distant skyline. The pristine hill station nestled in mountains and clouds is also a base for a whole lot of trekkers to the Himalayan mountain ranges. The mesmerising prismatic beauty and the beautiful winding hill roads are even more breathtaking if seen from a bird’s eye view in a cable car.

The name meaning hill-top, Gangtok can be safely said to be one of the most beautiful hill stations in the country. With everything in just the right amount from a blend of cultural identities to urbanisation, Gangtok is a breathing and dynamic bit of paradise of the northeast. It has an amazing view of mount Kanchenjunga, the third highest mountain peak in the world. Also like everything around it, Gangtok is abundant in natural beauty and has various natural attractions such as the Tsomgo Lake, Ban Jhakri falls, Tashi viewpoint and more. Other places to visit include the Enchey Monastery, Ganesh Tok. Do Drul Chorten Rumtek Monastery,  etc. Also, river Teesta is one of the best spots for white water rafting in North East India.

DAY 1: ARRIVE – GANGTOK

On your arrival at Bagdogra airport meet our representative and transfer to Gangtok- “The Capital of Sikkim”. On arrival check in to your hotel and relax.

Overnight stay at Gangtok.

Meals: Dinner


DAY 2: GANGTOK – SIGHTSEEING

After breakfast proceed to visit Rumtek Monastery, is the seat of the Karmapa Lama, the third highest monk in Tibetan Buddhism. Do-Drul Chorten, Inside this stupa, there are complete mandala sets of Dorjee Phurba (Bajra Kilaya), a set of Kan-gyur relics (Holy Books), complete 'Zung'(mantras) and other religious objects. Around this Chorten, which is one of the most important stupas in Sikkim, are 10 Mani-Lhakor (prayer wheels). 

Institute of Tibetology, It contains one of the world’s largest collections of Buddhist books and manuscripts, plus statuettes, thangkas (Tibetan cloth paintings) and sacred objects It houses a museum, a Tibetan library and a general reference centre on Tibet and the Himalayas. Later visit Handicraft Centre and Flower show.

Overnight stay at Gangtok.

Meals: Breakfast and dinner


DAY 3: GANGTOK – SIGHTSEEING

Morning after breakfast proceed for a day excursion to Tsomgo Lake (12,400 ft.) and Baba Harbhajan Singh Memorial (13,200 ft.)

Tsomgo Lake, also known as Tsongmo Lake or Changu Lake, is a glacial lake located at an elevation of 3,753 m, 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 colors around the lake.

Overnight stay at Gangtok.

Meals: Breakfast and dinner


DAY 4: GANGTOK - BAGDOGRA AIRPORT – DEPARTURE

Morning after breakfast check out from the hotel and transfer to Bagdogra airport for your onward journey.

Meals: Breakfast

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  • Assistance on Arrival
  • Accommodation on Twin Sharing
  • Breakfast and Dinner is included at residing hotel.
  • All sightseeing and transfers as per the program including, Driver’s allowances, interstate taxes, night halt, toll, parking etc.
  • Any air / train fare
  • Monuments entrance fees during sightseeing
  • Personal expenses such as laundry / phone calls / mini bar charges. These are to be settled directly by the client. Also, does not include table drinks, tips etc
  • Camera / Video Camera charges at monuments.
  • Personal & health insurance coverage
  • Any Meals other than specified.
  • Any item not mentioned in cost includes column
  • All Current applicable hotel luxury and transport taxes

Note:

  • Please be advised that visit to Nathula Pass is subject to weather conditions and military regulations.
  • Please note that the guest need to carry 04 passport size photographs & photocopy of photo id proofs (each pax) for Tsomgo Lake & Baba Mandir & Nathula Pass
An important pass on the crossroads of the Indo-China border, Nathula Pass forms a part of an offshoot of the Old Silk Road. Things haven’t changed much and the pass still indulges passing tourists in pretty much the same way as it once catered to traders and merchants. Take a trip to Nathula Pass to escape the monotonous squalor of the big city life. But before you do, here’s a quick fact file about this beautiful pass. Read on to know more about one of the scariest roads in India. The Nathula Pass height is 4310 m.