1ST Day TRAIN:
Assemble at Sealdah station at……....for NJP. Leave Sealdah by ……………….….up
………..…….Mail/Exp. Departure at……………..Hours.
2ND Day GANGTOK:
Arrival NJP in the morning at ……………..hrs , then proceed to Gangtok by Sumo/Jeep and Gangtok at…………….hrs. After Lunch free for personal activities. Over night stay at hotel in Gangtok.
3RD Day LACHUNG:
After breakfast leave Gangtok and proceed to Lachung by Sumo/jeep. Arrive at Lachung in the evening, and transfer to hotel, in the evening free for personal activities. Over night stay at hotel in Lachung.
4TH Day GANGTOK:
After breakfast proceed to Yumthang (24 km) by Sumo / jeep and back to hotel. After lunch proceed to Gangtok by Sumo/ jeep. Arrive at Gangtok in the vening and transfer to hotel. Over night stay in the hotel at Gangtok.
5TH Day GANGTOK:
After breakfast visit to Tsangu Lake and Baba Mandir by Sumo/jeep, then back to Gangtok. In the evening free for personal activities and over night stay in the hotel at Gangtok.
6TH Day PELLING:
After breakfast leave Gangtok and proceed to Pelling, arrival Pelling near about …………..hrs and transfer to hotel. Over night stay at hotel in Pelling.
7TH Day PELLING:
After breakfast departure to visit Pelling local sight seeing (Khangchendzonga falls, Rimbi falls, Khechupalri Lake). After lunch (Singshore Bridge, Dentan Gram, King House etc.) sight seeing. Over night stay at Hotel in Pelling.
8TH Day TRAIN:
After breakfast checkout from hotel and proceed for NJP (lunch on the way).Arrival NJP and transfer to railway station. Leave NJP by……………………DN……………………….by Exp/ mail. Departure at…………………..hrs, for Sealdah. (Night journey)
9TH Day SEALDAH:
Arrival Sealdah at………………….hrs.
Adult Rs.17500/- Child Rs.14,000/-
Tour Attraction in Gangtok – Yumthung – Pelling : Gangtok -- 3 Nights, Lachung -- 1 Nights, Pelling – 2 Nights, Covering Tasangu, Babamandir, Rumtek, Kanchanjangha Falls, KP Lake & Many more
Tour price Includes:
- Up and down by train.
- All transfer.
- All Sight Seeing.
- All meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Snacks and Dinner).
Tour price Excludes:
- Entry fees.
- Any optional tour.
- Any personal expenses.
- Service Tax if applicable.
- Any type of ridding.
- Any special menu.
- Camera charge.
About the Place
Gangtok: The city is substantiation of “Unity in Diversity” with an admix of various cultures and religions existing in this small and beautiful city at the backdrop of Ranipool River. Gangtok has a ecumenical essence with primitive charm and hospitality allowing a pinch of advancement and adoption of modernization. The major tourist attractions in the city are Rumtek Dharma Chakra Center, Jawaharlal Nehru Botanical Garden, Tsomgo/ Changu Lake, Menmecho Lake, Shri Nalanda Institute for Higher Buddhist Studies, Mahatma Gandhi Marg (a shopper's delight), Labrang Monastery, Enchey Monastery, Tsulakhang Royal, Deer Park / Rustomji Park, Kechopari Lake (wishing lake) and Phurchachu Reshi Hot Springs.
Lachung: Lachung is situated at an altitude of 9000ft. Lachung is the last village in North Sikkim before Yumthang and has emerged as a tourist destination because of its natural environ and the popularity of Yumthang valley that is just 24 kilometers from here. Tourists stay at Lachung overnight at visit Yumthang as part of a day trip. The road to Lachung passes through some of the most beautiful but difficult terrain in sikkim full of picturesque waterfalls and great views, A large number of beautiful waterfalls can also be visited close to Lachung.
Pelling: The pleasant little town of Pelling is famous for magnificent view of the snow-capped mountains of Kanchenjunga. Placid Pelling pulls most of the visitors for its representative status in history, nature and culture of the state. Pelling gives a spectacular views of the Mount Khangchendzonga, the Guardian Deity of Sikkim and the worlds third highest mountain along with other sister mountains bowing before the Godly figure in reverence.
Tsongo: Tsongo or Changu Lake is a prime tourist attraction in Gangtok. The mystic lake high above the Himalayas remains frozen during winter. During April-May the entire surrounding becomes colourful with blooming rhododendrons, blue and yellow poppies, iris and primulas of different species. The name Tsongo is a Bhutia term and it means the 'Source of the lake' ('TSO' means lake and 'MGO' stands for head). The lake is about 1 kilometer long and 15 meters deep. This is one of the most famous and sacred lakes of the state. The tourist can enjoy playing snow and taking a yak or pony ride around the lake.
Baba mandir: Baba Mandir at an altitude of over 13,000 feet. It was built in memory of a soldier in the 23rd Punjab Regiment, who drowned in a stream near the spot. Legend says he later appeared in a dream to one of his colleagues where he requested that a temple be built in his memory.
Rumtek : This is the second most important monastery in the world (the most famous one is the original Kagyu headquarters situated in Tibet). The monastery is the seat of the Karmapa Lama, the head of one of the main four branches Tibetan Buddhist Sects. There is a huge collection of rare religious scripts and objects in the monastery.
Best Time To Visit: March to October
About Sikkim & North Bengal
Sikkim is a small state in northwest India, bordered by Bhutan, Tibet and Nepal. Part of the Himalayas, the area has a dramatic landscape including India’s highest mountain, 8,586m Kanchenjunga.