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Duration: 9 Days 8 Nights
Description : Delhi, Darjeeling, Pelling, Gangtok

Day 01: Arrive Delhi
Upon Arrival in Delhi, you will be greeted by our Representative after clearance of Immigration and Customs clearance.
(DELHI – India’s Capital and political seat is a bustling Metropolis with 25 Million Inhabitants. Divided into 2 Parts – OLD and new. Old built by Moghuls and NEW designed during the British time, which is even now known as “LYUTENS” (the architecture) Delhi.
Overnight stay at hotel in Delhi

Day 02: DELHI
Breakfast in the Hotel
Morning proceed for the visit of Old Delhi – visit the splendid Mosque – Jama Masjid – the largest mosque in India and is one of architectural works of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan – the Builder of Taj Mahal. Walk through the colorful shopping bazaar known as Chandni Chowk (“Silver Street”), enjoy Rickshaw ride at Chandni Chowk. Drive past the Red Fort – a majestic Fort and an erstwhile seat of power – which encapsulates a long period of Indian history and its arts. Also visit Raj Ghat, where Father of Nation, Mahatma Gandhi was cremated

Afternoon you will visit Qutub Minar – a soaring Afghan style Tower and Minaret erected by Qutub-Ud-din in 1193 – the pride of Delhi. It bears versus from Quran. The soaring conical tower is an exquisite example of Indo-Islamic Afghan architecture. Humayun Tomb, is the Delhi’s first Mughal mausoleum, built in 16th Century is constructed of red sandstone, inlaid with black and white marble, on a commanding podium, looking towards the Yamuna, it stands in the center of the formal charbagh or quartered garden. It was built in accordance to the Indo Islamic architecture. Orientation drive of India Gate, President House.
Overnight stay at hotel in Delhi

Day 03: DELHI – BAGDOGRA (by Flight) – Darjeeling by Car (93 Km – 03Hr)
Breakfast in the Hotel
Transfer to Airport
Leave by Flight for Bagdogra
Upon arrival at Airport, you will be met by our local representative & transferred straight drive to Darjeeling.

(DARJEELING: In the early 1840s it was noticed that the climate of Darjeeling was very conducive to the growth of tea. Tea plantations were established and have expanded all over the area today because of growing demand. The services of Chinese experts were then requisitioned to teach the art of tea making and thousands of Nepalese were hired in the tea plantations. Darjeeling tea, which had a premium value in the international market, began to be called the ‘Champagne of the East’ and for years formed the mainstay of the economy of this area. To this day, the name ‘Darjeeling’ continues to be synonymous with tea.)

Remainder of the day will be at leisure.
Overnight stay at the Hotel in Darjeeling

Early morning: you will visit Tiger Hill before the break of dawn, to see the sun rise over Mount Everest, the highest mountain peak in the world (subject to clear weather).
A steep ride, five kilometers from Ghoom, or an invigorating walk up a steep incline, leads sun worshippers to Tiger Hill. The air is chilly with darkness and damp. To the east, a dull orange sun emerged painting the sky with brilliant strokes of magenta, gold, orange and fuchsia. The snow capped Everest, Kabru, Kanchenjunga, Jannu and other peaks slowly emerge from slumber to start a new day.

On your way back, stop at the Ghoom Monastery, the holiest monastery in Darjeeling. Return to hotel for Breakfast.

Afternoon: you will be driven to the Darjeeling Railway station to board train – Darjeeling Himalayan Railway that is the first, and still the most spectacular instance of a hill passenger railway. UNESCO World Heritage Committee has inscribed the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway on the list of World Heritage sites. Only two railways have this status, the Semmering Railway in Austria being the other.

Ghoom situated at 7410 Feet above sea level is the second highest railway station to be reached by a steam engine. Your vehicle will pick you up from the Ghoom railway station to take you to the Himalayan Mountaineering Institute (closed on Thursdays) and the Himalayan Zoo (closed on Thursdays) with Red panda as the main attraction of the visit.

Later visit the Tibetan refugee help centre where you would see how this refugee camp supports the homeless understand that no help can substitute self-help.
Overnight stay at the Hotel in Darjeeling

Breakfast at Hotel.
Today drive from Darjeeling to Pemyangtse. It’s a journey through the beautiful countryside, visiting a tea plantations en-route. During this drive you will cross the Sikkim border on your journey where your permits will be stamped and checked which may take a short time.

(PELLING: {PEMYANGTSE} the laid back, scenic, but rapidly swelling hamlet is situated at 2,085 m above sea level about 2 km beyond Pemayangtse. Pelling is famous for the magnificent view of the snow-capped mountains of Khangchendzonga. High above the forest covered hills, in an amphitheatre of cloud, snow and rock, the entire route from Yuksam over Dzongri La to the Rathong Glacier can be seen.
Overnight stay at the Hotel in Pelling

Following breakfast, you will visit the awe-inspiring Pemayangtse Monastery the second oldest of its kind in Sikkim. The walls and ceiling of the large prayer hall have numerous thangkas and wall paintings, and there is an exceptional collection of religious artworks including an exquisite wooden sculpture on the top floor depicting the heavenly palace of Guru Rimoche. You will also visit the Kheopalry Lake nearby.

AFTERNOON: FREE – Walk around villages
Overnight stay at the Hotel in Pelling

Day 07: PELLING TO GANGTOK (130 Km – 05 Hrs)
Breakfast in the Hotel
Drive from Peling to Gangtok
(Gangtok, the land of monasteries, is also the largest town of Sikkim. Situated in the Shivalik Hills and lying at an altitude of 1437 m, it’s an important Buddhist Pilgrimage Centre. Gangtok gained religious significance among the Buddhists after the construction of the Enchey Monastery in the latter part of the century.)

Afternoon – Arrive & Proceed to Hotel
Rest of the day at leisure
Overnight stay at the Hotel in Gangtok

Breakfast in the Hotel
City sightseeing of Gangtok – visiting Namgyal Institute of Tibetology, Do-Drul Chorten and Royal Palace and Gangtok’s most attractive Monastery Enchey Gompa.

AFTERNOON: Visit Rumtek Monastery – a village within a village comprising of religious monasteries. It is a seat of 17th Karmapa who fled from Tibet but not allowed to sit on throne due to sensitiveness of relationship between India and China.
Overnight stay at the Hotel in Gangtok

Day 09: GANGTOK – BAGDOGRA(130Km – 04,30Hrs)-FLY to Delhi
Breakfast is at Hotel.
Leave by Car for Bagdogra Airport

Fly to Delhi
LATE EVENING – Arrive Delhi, Meet and Greet and Transfer to City.

Transfer to International Airport
Flight back Home