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Chutibazaar

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Serene West Sikkim 6N/7D

Package Category : 3 Star -Private Vehicle

Price Per Adult

(on twin sharing basis)

17299.00
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Package At a Glance

Journey Duration: 7N/8D

2N- Gangtok  2N- Pelling  2N- Darjeeling

Package Description

This scenic place is a paradise for the nature lover with the mesmerizing view of mighty Kanchenjunga, and the neighboring peaks. Covered with thick forest this place is home to many wild animals, birds, and insects.

Itinerary

Day 1
Gangtok

Welcome to the Cleanest State in India– Sikkim, and transfer to the capital city. As the aircraft lands at the nearest airport, our representative waits outside to meet & greet on arrival at Bagdogra and drives towards Gangtok (Alt.5550Ft/1675M). The drive is about 4 hours following the most scenic way through the beautiful lanes of Sikkim along with the picturesque Teesta River. On arrival, check into the beautiful view rooms of the hotel well equipped with modern amenities and sink into the soft bed to get off the exhaustion. In the evening, take a stroll in the neighborhood or enjoy some hot coffee sitting on the balcony while admiring the beauty of the place. Overnight at Gangtok.

Site Seeing
Meal Plan
  1. Room With Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
Day 2
Gangtok

As the morning sores in, the warm rays of the sun knocks through the window to give a startup call for the second day. Enjoy breakfast at the hotel in its peaceful surroundings, and load the bags with dry foods before leaving for a full-day trip to Tsomgo Lake with Baba Mandir / Nathula Pass Excursion. Tsomgo Lake (12400ft)- Also known as Changu Lake is an oval-shaped glacial lake that is only 40 km from Gangtok City, and almost about 1Km in length with 15 meters depth. The name Tsomgo is made of two words in Bhutia Language ‘Tso’ means “lake” and ‘Mgo’ means “head” in a short ‘source of the lake’. This high-altitude lake is surrounded by snow-capped steep mountains and remains frozen during wintertime. As summer begins to step in, the glacier melts and the lake gets its origin. The locals consider the lake to be sacred, and it reflects different colors with the change in seasons. New Baba Harbhajan Singh Mandir- The Baba Mandir was built in the Memorial of Baba Harbhajan Singh or the ‘Hero of Nathula’, a soldier in the Indian Army. It is situated at a distance of 12Km from Tsomgo lake, and 52Km from Gangtok city. Baba Harbhajan served as a part of the border patrol force, and in the year 1968 while escorting a mule column he felts on a fast-flowing stream and got carried away by the powerful water current. Soldiers found his remains after 3 days and cremated with full military honor along with a shrine on his Samadhi built as per Baba’s wish, which he expressed through his friend post-death. The original bunker of Baba Harbhajan Singh is located further up near the Gnathang valley which is the Old Baba Mandir but because of its difficult terrain tourists can’t reach there so they build a New Mandir for easy access. This shrine believed to have wish-fulfilling powers along with that Baba is still guarding the international border between India and China. On Sundays, a ‘Langar’ runs at the temple, which provides free meals to the visitors. Nathula Pass- A major mountain pass in the Himalayas in East Sikkim district, which is a corridor of passage between India and Tibet before it was closed in 1962 but reopened in 2006. Located around 56 km from Gangtok at an altitude of 14450 ft, the road to Nathula is the highest motorable road, passes through the Tsomgo lake, and requires an entry permit to visit. The view from this international border is breathtaking and allows the tourist to get a glimpse of China on the other side along with their Chinese militants. On a clear day, the road winding down the Chumbi valley can be seen. (Nathula Pass is closed on Monday /Tuesday and Permit depends on Weather condition)and ALWAYS ON EXTRA PAYMENT BASIS Overnight at Gangtok.

Site Seeing
Meal Plan
  1. Room With Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
Day 3
Pelling

Pelling is the most popular small hill town in the district of West Sikkim, nestled at an altitude of 2150 m. This scenic place is a paradise for the nature lover with the mesmerizing view of mighty Kanchenjunga, and the neighboring peaks. Covered with thick forest this place is home to many wild animals, birds, and insects. Namchi - The visit to Solophak (Namchi) does not end with visiting only the pilgrimage center, there is a lot more to see. There is a Temi Tea Garden - the only tea estate existing in Sikkim, just a few kilometers away from Solophak (Namchi). You can also take a walk to Tendong Biodiversity Park to see the myriads of medical plants conserved delightfully by the Sikkim Forest Department. Just 40 kilometers away from the Solophak (Namchi) is a waterfall called Tirikhola, which is also a great tourist attraction, and you love the view of this waterfall for sure. Char Dham - This Pilgrim Centre has a large statue of 108 feet of Lord Shiva is the main attraction of this place. This complex is around 5 km from Namchi Bazar in an uphill. There are 12 Jyotirlingams are encircled around Lord Shiva. There are four iconic temples from four corners of the country, Puri Jagganath Temple from the East, Dwarka Temple from the West, Badrinath Temple from the North, and Rameswaram temple from the South. Temi Tea Garden sprawling on a natural hill slope originating from Tendong Hill is the only tea garden in Sikkim. Temi’s tea is ranked among the finest in international markets. After a long drive, Check-in at Hotel with a room facing the breathtaking Kanchenjunga surrounded by pristine nature. The evening is free for leisure to relish the tranquility of the place with a cup of hot tea in a peaceful surrounding. Overnight at Pelling.

Site Seeing
Meal Plan
  1. Room With Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
Day 4
Pelling

Post breakfast, start for Pelling Sightseeing Tour in two parts : Pelling Skywalk and Sangacholing Monastery - Pelling Skywalk is a new attraction and an engineering marvel and located just 3 km from Pelling town. The breathtaking view of Mt. Kanchanjungha makes visitors spellbound from here, and you can reach the Sangacholing Buddha Statue from here. Rimbi Waterfalls - About 12 kms away from Pelling and about 5 kms further down from Darap village is Rimbi River Bank, which falls on the way to Khecheopalri, and Yuksam where the main attractions are the river waterfalls. A large volume of water is falling on massive rocks from a great height. It demonstrates both timelessness and power and is quite hypnotic. Kanchenjunga WaterFalls - One of the large waterfalls in West Sikkim situated at a distance of 24 km from Pelling. It is a major tourist attraction located on a sharply curved roadside. The water is so cold, and the intensity of the fall is also high, this water is directly from Kanchanjanga parvath, Holy water. The area is a cluster of many falls, and to see the main waterfalls, one needs to climb up around 50 staircases. To visit the main fall, you need to purchase tickets at a nominal price. While Kanchenjunga Falls astonish visitors with the sight of a broad stream of water jumping deep down from a great height. Pemyangse Monastery - The Pemyangse Monastery is a major attraction, not only because of its religious importance but also its history. The monastery that stands at an altitude of over 6,800 feet, is among the oldest in Sikkim. The monastery dates back to the 17th century and is the creation of Lama Lhatsun Chempo. The decoration within the monastery is full of impressive paintings on Buddhist themes and statues of Buddhist deities. In former times, the head lama of the monastery held the ceremony of anointing the kingdom of Chogyalov, the rulers of Sikkim. One of the main attractions of the monastery, it is on a seven-tier wooden sculpture, representing the heavenly palace of Padmasambhava and its inhabitants. Rabdentse Ruins - Located near the Pemayangtse Monastery, this was the second capital of the Sikkim Royalty after Yuksom. The ruins of the city command a panoramic view of Khangchendzonga and the valley. You will require to walk at least 2 - 2.5 km on a small road amidst dense trees to reach there from the main road. This ruins complex is currently maintained by the Archeological Society of India. Night Stay at the Hotel in Pelling.

Site Seeing
Meal Plan
  1. Room With Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
Day 5
Darjeeling

Soon after the vibrant Sun Rays have begun to warm the day, a shrill noise from the bustling city wakes you up as the locals begin their daily chores. Let your tummy fill with the morning delicacies before Check out from Pelling and drive for 4 hours towards Darjeeling (Alt 7100 Ft/ 2100M). ‘The Queen of Hills’ – Darjeeling, a gem of a place known for its youthful vibe combined with modern as well as colonial charm. The dreamy town is situated at an altitude of 7100 ft, surrounded by tall mountains, coniferous trees, and a green tea plantation. Darjeeling is a favored spot for everyone whether it’s a tourist, trekker, photographer, artist, or botanist apart from its World famous Darjeeling Tea. On arrival, check-in at the hotel surrounded by Mother Nature with big, clean rooms facing Mt. Kanchenjunga standing head up high. In the afternoon or evening, stroll about and shop - Chowrasta & Darjeeling Mall- The heart of Victorian Darjeeling, this place is the commercial hub, set on the ridge above Darjeeling town, dotted with many curious centers and other shops selling excellent blended Darjeeling tea. There are many heritage and old stores lined up inside of the roads which sell unique handicrafts items along with food stalls selling hot dim sum, thukpas. Young children can enjoy a pony ride in the mall while elders can sit on the benches and feel the real vibe of Darjeeling while watching the people and their activities. Overnight at Darjeeling.

Site Seeing
Meal Plan
  1. Room With Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
Day 6
Darjeeling

As the chilly night continues to dominate over Darjeeling this day calls to wake up even before the sun to witness the stunning view of sunrise from the viewpoint along with a full-day city tour Post breakfast. Early morning visit to - Tiger Hill Sunrise Point–An early morning visit to Tiger hill is perfect to witness the unforgettable sunrise over the snow-covered peaks of the majestic Himalayas. As the sunrise beings, the dazzling snow cover peaks of Mt. Kangchenjunga gloriously enlightens with a magnificent view, and on a clear day glimpse of the World’s highest peak Mt. Everest is visible. The sunrise from Tiger hill has earned international fame for the magnificent view of the sunrise over Kanchenjunga and the great Eastern Himalayan Mountains. Batasia Loop – The Batasia Loop is a spiral narrow-gauge railway track where the Toy Train negotiates a sudden sharp descent from Ghoom. This place provides a breathtaking view of the surrounding mountains with a 360-degree view of the Darjeeling landscape in the backdrop of the majestic Kanchenjunga. The loop is decorated with grass, shrubs, and seasonal flowers, along benches laid inside the garden to enjoy nature while the Toy train enters hooting its way to complete the spiral route. Ghoom Monastery (If Open) – Yiga Monastery or Old Ghoom Monastery is one of the oldest Tibetan monasteries in Darjeeling build in the year 1850 and below the Ghoom railway station. It follows the lineage of Sakya Sect of Vajra yana Buddhism and also has a small philosophical institute. This monastery has the biggest and the oldest statue of Buddha in Darjeeling and is being bought from Tibet. Back to Hotel for breakfast and freshen-up before heading towards the city tour. Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park-Also known as Darjeeling Zoo is now one of the best Zoo in the world after bagging the International Earth Hero Award in 2014. The unique feature of this zoo is, it houses animals of high altitude, and mostly from the upper Himalayas with rare animals like Red Pandas, Snow Leopards, Tibetan Wolf, etc. The zoo contributes significantly to the breeding programs of endangered animals and safeguards the vulnerable ones. Himalayan Mountaineering Institute (Closed on Thursday)- HMI is a pilgrimage for all climbing enthusiasts of the world. Established in honor of Tenzing Norgay, it has a well-stocked museum with mountaineering displays and many expedition artifacts. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru laid the foundation stone of the Institute, and now it comprises a residential school for mountaineering providing students with basic and advanced courses. Japanese Temple and Peace Pagoda–Also known as Darjeeling Peace Pagoda are on the Jalapahar hill. They build the Temple under the guidance of Buddhist monks from Japan in traditional Japanese style, and this place is the house of four avatars of Buddha. Close to it is the Peace Pagoda, where it showcases the four large avatars of Lord Buddha. The view from the top is magnificent with the panoramic view of Darjeeling town, and Mt. Kanchenjunga. During the visit, tourists can join for morning or evening prayers in the temple along with the monks. Tenzing Rock & Gombu Rock–This huge and giant natural rock named Tenzing Norgay who created history after climbing Mt. Everest is at Lebong Cart Road, also known as Monkey Rock. Located opposite of Tenzing rock is the Gombu rock name after Nawang Gombu, the nephew of Tenzing Norgay, who was the first person to climb Everest twice. Tenzing Norgay and his nephew used to climb this rock to train them for Everest climbing, and now these two steep rocks are being used by HMI during their Rock climbing training courses. Tibetan Refugee Self Help Centre- The help center was established on 1st October 1959, to rehabilitate the Tibetan refugees who followed Dalai Lama and escaped from Tibet. The workers in the center produce excellent Tibetan handicrafts like carpets, woolens, wood, and leather works which they sell and export to different countries for a living. Rangeet Valley Passenger Ropeway- Also known as The Darjeeling Ropeway is the perfect spot to enjoy the breathtaking view of the valley below with the dreamy Darjeeling town, the lush green tea plantations, dense forests, mountain streams in their full flow, waterfalls, and the impressive snow peaks the background. You can also enjoy the World UNESCO Heritage world-famous Darjeeling railway or the Toy Train to Ghoom subject to track conditions. It’s the main and best attraction for visiting this hill train in Darjeeling. The path in which the train runs is well decorated by nature with lush green trees, flowering plants, small bushes, and vast Kanchenjunga dominating its presence throughout the journey. The evening is free to visit the Darjeeling Mall for shopping as this is the last spot to crack a great deal and grab something unique from this trip. Overnight in Darjeeling.

Site Seeing
Meal Plan
  1. Room With Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
Day 7
Darjeeling

The awestruck morning view of the mighty Kanchenjunga from the balcony of the hotel is worth visiting Darjeeling while sipping into some renowned Darjeeling Tea. Enjoy the delicious spread at the breakfast table while enjoying the charm of the place, and post breakfast check out from the hotel, and move towards NJP / IXB with sweet Sikkim and Darjeeling memories to cherish forever.

Site Seeing
Meal Plan

Inclusions

 

  • Accommodation in the listed category hotels 
  • All transfer and local sightseeing arranged by an exclusive vehicle as per itinerary
  • Meals as mentioned in the above table
  • Permit Assistance for Changu Lake/Baba Mandir

 

 

Exclusions

 

 

  • Anything not mentioned in the inclusion
  • Meals not mentioned in the above table
  • Nathula Pass, Toy Train
  • Entry fees, Camera Permit, Parking fees, Room Heaters
  • Any cost arising due to any unavoidable circumstances or changes in the program by guests
  • 5% GST
 

 

Note

• For 2-3 PAX grp small car like Wagon R / Similar • For 4-6 PAX grp XUV car like Innova / Xylo / Similar for the entire trip • 5% GST is not included in the above price • For More than 6 persons please contact nauturewings.sikkim@gmail.com • For pricing subject to 4*/5* properties please contact nauturewings.sikkim@gmail.com • Package Price may increase for hike subject to fuel surcharge, availability factor etc.