As the capital of West Bengal, Kolkata is known as the “Cultural Capital of India” and has long shed its British moniker of Calcutta. Located on the east bank of the Hooghly River, it is the principal commercial, cultural, and educational center of East India, while the Port of Kolkata is India's oldest operating port.
sightseeing of The Victoria Memorial: Officially known as the Victoria Memorial Hall, this stately memorial building is dedicated to Victoria, Queen of the United Kingdom. Kalighat Kali Temple: This Hindu temple is dedicated to the Hindu goddess Kali and is visited by pilgrims from all over India irrespective of sectarian differences. The thousands of pilgrims who flock daily to the Kalighat temple treat Kali very much like a human mother, bringing her their domestic problems and prayers for prosperity and then returning when their prayers are fulfilled to express their gratitude. St. Paul's Cathedral: An Anglican cathedral of the Church of North India, this resplendent structure was completed in 1847. The two spectacular Florentine Renaissance frescoes attract all the Tourists.
Kolkata -Bagdogra Airport-Darjeeling
Perched high atop a steep mountainous ridge, Darjeeling lies like a jewel surrounded by the lush tea plantations on nearby hills and by the brilliantly white Himalaya range off in the distance. During the British Raj, Darjeeling's temperate climate led to its development as a hill station for British residents seeking to escape the summer heat of the plains.
Early morning visit Tiger Hill and Ghoom Monastery. Tiger Hill site is a summit in nearby Ghoom, famous for spectacular sunrise views over the Himalayas , which illuminates the twin peaks of Kanchenjunga. After breakfast visit Himalayan Mountaineering Institute (closed on Thursday), Zoological Park (closed on Thursday), Tibetan Refugee Centre (closed on Saturday), Tenzing rock & Gombu Rock, Ropeway and outer view of nearest tea estate.
The capital of Sikkim, Gangtok is a picturesque town, which cascades down the mountainside from a ridge 1520 mts high. Gangtok means ‘Hilltop’, one, which was made flat in 1716 to build the Gangtok Monastery. Today, the town has grown into a busy, bustling city with pagoda-style houses, painted turquoise roofs and colorful, people-thronged bazaars.
With a long ancient history, Gangtok remained a small hamlet until the construction of the Enchey Monastery in 1840 made it a prominent pilgrimage center.
sightseeing visiting Rumtek Monastery, Flower Nurseries and Dro Dul Chorten and Enchey Monaster Namgyal Institute of Tibetology (closed on Saturdays) and Cottage Industry (closed on Saturdays). The Rumtek Monastery: Located on the outskirts of the town, this is one of Buddhism's most sacred monasteries. The monastery is the seat of the Kagyu order, one of the major Tibetan sects, and houses some of the world's most sacred and rare Tibetan Buddhist scriptures and religious objects in its reliquary.
It is a town in the district of West Sikkim, India. Pelling is nestled at an altitude of 2,150 m (7,200 feet). The town is located at a distance of 10 km from the district headquarters of Geyzing. However with the influx of tourists, the region is undergoing a metamorphosis, with the roads being repaired and hotels being set up.
Places to visit in and around Pelling include the local monastery, the rock garden and waterfall at nearby Rimbi, the imposing double-pronged Kanchenjungha Falls, the archaic quaint Singshore Bridge, the Chhange Waterfalls, the Khecheopalri / Khechuperi Lake holy to Buddhists and ancient Pemyangtse / Pemyangshi Monastery.
Afternoon sightseeing in Kalimpong visiting Flower Nurseries, Zang Dog Palri Fo-Brang Monastery, Durpin Dara, Tharpa Choling Monastery and Thongsa Gumpa.
Zang Dhok Palri Phodang is a Buddhist monastery in Kalimpong in West Bengal, India. The monastery is located atop Durpin Hill, one of the two hills of the town. It was consecrated in 1976 by the visiting Dalai Lama. The monastery houses many rare scriptures that were brought into India after the invasion of Tibet in 1959. It also houses the 108 volumes of the Kangyur. It is also popularly known as the Lava Monastery. The view from the hill-top is breathtaking.
After breakfast at the hotel, drive to Bagdogra Airport to board your flight of Delhi. Arrive at Delhi Airport. Our airport representative will be meeting you on arrival and shall assist for the transfer to the Hotel, evening free for Rest and Relaxation.
Depart to Delhi International airport to connect onto your flight for home.
- Package Inclusions
- Package Exclusions
- 15 Days Program
- Accommodation based on Twin/Double sharing basis. (Suppl. advised for single room)
- Daily Breakfast and Dinner
- Services of local English speaking Local guide in all places.
- Entry Fees at all the Monuments as per the Program.
- All Transfers, Sightseeing tours, Excursions and Inter-city drives will be by an air-conditioned vehicle.
- Road/Toll/Interstate Taxes, Parking Fee, Fuel Charges and Driver's allowance etc.
- International and Domestic Flights.
- Visa Fees for India & Airport Taxes.
- Expense of personal nature like laundry, telephone calls, fax services, beverages (even during meals), camera fee and video charges at Monuments.
- Tips or Gratitude, Drivers or at the Restaurants. Portage (for baggage handling) at the hotels, airports & railway stations.
We have prepared some Tipping Guidelines for our clients & which may be requested anytime
- Insurances of any kind relating to Trip (Delay or Cancellation), Baggage (Lost of Damaged and Medical (Medication, Consultation or Hospitalisation).
- All Services which are not mentioned in the Trip Inclusions.