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This eight-night, nine-day vacation combines the best of Sikkim and Darjeeling. Sikkim and Darjeeling’s stunning beauty and peacefulness would leave you speechless! Sikkim is a must-see destination in India because of its rich culture and history, as well as its abundance of natural beauty. It has been appropriately dubbed “India’s Organic State.” Fresh, organic fruits and vegetables are available directly from the fields and orchards. Sikkim has a lot to offer travellers, from high altitude lakes to Kangchenjunga, the world’s highest peak, and age-old Buddhist temples.
Gangtok, Sikkim’s capital, is equally fascinating, with its own old-world charm and attractions. It’s the starting point for several incredible treks and a terrific spot to photograph Kangchenjunga’s snow-capped summits. Pelling is another Sikkim gem blessed with abundant natural beauty. Lachung, a Sikkim mountain village, is known for its beautiful scenery, Buddhist monasteries, apple orchards, pine woods, hot springs, and waterfalls.
Darjeeling, often known as the Queen of Hills, is a city in India’s West Bengal state. The snow-capped mountains, gorgeous landscapes, Buddhist temples, tea gardens, and background of Mt. Kanchenjunga make this Victorian town a popular hill station in India. One of the main attractions is the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, sometimes known as the “Toy Train.”
Arrival at Bagdogra/NJP. Following a hearty greeting, our representative will drive you to Gangtok (1437 metres) and accompany you to your accommodation. Arrive at the hotel and check in. Clean up and unwind for a while. You can take a stroll along the MG Marg in the evening. Stay at the hotel for the night.
Enjoy a leisurely breakfast before departing for Tsomgo Lake (12,400 feet/3750 meters/3 hours drive) and Baba Harbhajan Mandir (13,200 feet/4000 metres). The drive to the Lake is enjoyable because it passes through a mountainous area.
Tsomgo is a sacred lake that draws visitors from all over the world. It’s a high-altitude lake surrounded by natural beauty. It takes on changing hues depending on the season. It freezes in the winter, but in the spring, it bursts with life, with vibrant flowers blooming all around it.
Baba Harbhajan Mandir, or the shrine, was established in memory of Baba Harbhajan Singh, a brave Indian soldier.
Drive to Lachung (8800 ft), a stunning highland village surrounded by snow-capped mountain peaks, after breakfast. It’s known for its beautiful waterfalls, sparkling streams, and apricot, peach, and apple orchids. The settlement is divided in two by the Lachung Chu river, which runs through the centre. Stop along the way at Singhik View Point to take in the breathtaking views of Mount Silnoulchu and the ferocious Seven Sisters Waterfall. Take a lunch break in Namok and then a tea break in Chungthang.
Check into the hotel once you arrive at Lachung. Clean up and unwind. You can also visit Lachung Gompa, which was built in 1880 and is located in an apple orchard.
Early in the morning, go for Yumthang Valley (11,800 feet), commonly known as “The Valley of Flowers.” It’s a beautiful valley with lush foliage and a diverse range of flowers and plants. This valley is bisected by a lovely river. Yaks, goats, and horses grazing in the grassy plains are breathtaking to see. Return to Gangtok after lunch. Treat your senses to the magnificence of Bheema and Twin Waterfalls on the way back. In Gangtok, check into your accommodation. Stay at the hotel for the night.
After breakfast, go to Pelling, a charming town nestled in a pine forest in western Sikkim. The drive from Gangtok to Pelling is pleasant, since it passes past tea gardens, mountains, and beautiful scenery. Witness the breathtaking grandeur of the world-famous Kangchenjunga from Pelling. The town’s attractions also include historic monasteries. In Pelling, check into the hotel.
You can be exhausted after a long travel of more than 5 hours, so rest up and enjoy the rest of the day.
Visit Pelling’s magnificent attractions after breakfast. Spend some time relaxing and rejuvenating at the magnificent Kanchenjunga waterfalls. It is surrounded by vegetation and is a perfect spot for some quiet time. The Sewaro rock garden, which is serene and beautiful, is next on the agenda. Visit Darap Valley, which is a visual delight. The valley’s fresh air and beautiful surroundings are extremely rejuvenating. Take a break for lunch before continuing your sightseeing. Visit Pema Yangtse monastery, Helipad Ground, Rimbi waterfalls, Khecheopalri holy Lake, and Rabdentse Ruins, among other Pelling attractions. Return to the hotel later in the evening to spend the night.
Drive to Darjeeling, the Queen of Hills, after breakfast. The road to Darjeeling is not always pleasant, but it’s worth it because you’ll pass through beautiful green gardens, rushing rivers, historic bridges, and quaint villages. Arrive at the Darjeeling hotel, check in, and stay the night.
Start early in the morning from the hotel to climb the majestic Tiger Hill (2590 m), Darjeeling’s highest point. It provides spectacular sunrise views of Mt. Kanchenjunga. Stop at the Batasia Loop, a spiral railway track in a lovely site, and Ghoom Monastery on your way back from the Hill. Allow time for breakfast. Continue your adventure by paying a visit to the Japanese Temple, a Buddhist pilgrimage with beautiful traditional Japanese architecture. Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park (closed on Thursday), Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Tenzing Rock, Peace Pagoda, and Chitrey Tea Garden are among the other attractions that will be explored (outer view). In the evening, take a leisurely stroll down Mall Road.
Check out of the hotel after breakfast, and our representative will transport you back to New Jalpaiguri Railway Station (NJP)/Bagdogra Airport (IXB) – Gangtok with fond memories to take home!
Your tour is now over! We’ll see you on the next tour.
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