NORTH EAST TOUR NO 04

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(07 Nights / 08 Days) Gangtok 3N - Lachen 1N - Lachung 1N - Pelling 2N

Day 1 - Arrival and Transfer to Gangtok : Our representative will be there to receive You at New Jalpaiguri Railway Station (NJP) / Bagdogra Airport (IXB) / Tenzing Norgay Bus Stand (Junction) – You will be assisted for the transfer to Gangtok – Gangtok the capital of Sikkim suits all from tranquility to adventure, land of monastery, mystic rituals & festivals-height of 5480 ft, it is the most visited- Nearly 120 kms 4 hours drive – Check into hotel - Overnight stay at Gangtok.

Day 2 - Excursion to Tsomgo Lake & Baba Mandir (Full Day) : Morning breakfast at hotel – Excursion to Tsomgo Lake & Baba Mandir nearly 40 kms and 2 hours drive -Situated at an elevation of 3753 m / 12310 ft - The Lake is oval shaped lake nearly 50 ft deep generally covered in snow for most of the year – home to the Brahmini ducks & many migratory birds – Nearby is the sacred Baba Mandir known to be a very holy site for all - Transfer to Gangtok  for overnight stay.

Day 3 - Transfer to Lachen from Gangtok : Early morning breakfast – Drive 135 kilometers, 5 – 6 hours drive - Chungthang is 96 kilometers from Gangtok – Lunch at Chungthang – Lachen is 35 kilometers from Chungthang Reach Lachen late afternoon / early evening - The snow capped peaks, the Shingbha wildlife sanctuary, Gurudongmar Lake, Chopta Valley, Thangu are the major attraction – It’s a valley surrounded by gigantic and humbling snow peak mountains and the starting point of Green Lake Trek – In fact the village cradled between stern, tall rock faces standing like guards – A hamlet with very few people – It almost like this town is hidden from the outside –Like a Shangri-Check into a hotel-Welcome Tea–Evening free to stroll and visit the Lepcha Village – Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 4 - Excursion to Gurudongmar Lake and Transfer to Lachung : Early morning breakfast – Visit to Gurudongmar Lake 55 kilometers, 3 hours drive - A valley at an altitude of 11, 800 feet through which Lachen Chu flows, generally covered with snow from December to April or even more is known as the Holy / Sacred Lake - Next drive through the cold desert till Tibet / China back to Resort for Lunch – After lunch drive to Lachung - The region is fully covered with Rhododendron forest with Chopta Valley and Thangu are the other places of interest - Back to hotel for lunch - After lunch proceed to Lachung – Nearly 50 kilometers and two hour drive – Check into hotel at Lachung - Evening free to visit Lachung Monastery - Overnight stay at Hotel at Lachung.

Day 5 - Sight Seeing at Yumthang & Transfer to Gangtok : After breakfast drive towards Yumthang situated at an elevation of nearly 11800 feet - On the way you may visit the famous hot spring which is known for its curative properties of skin diseases - Yumthang is a valley near the river Lachung Chu surrounded by mountains where the tree line ends - In spring the valley erupts in riots of colors as Primulae, Rhododendrons and many other Alpine flowers in full bloom along with snow covered valley except in autumn - During winter Yumthang is somber with snow all around and the snow clad mountains adding to the ethereal beauty - Return to resort at Lachung for Lunch – Transfer to Gangtok – Reach Gangtok in the evening – Check into hotel – Night stay at Gangtok.

Day 6 - Gangtok Local  Sightseeing (Half Day) &  Transfer to Pelling : Morning breakfast – Drive for visit to Enchey Monastery, Barthang waterfalls, Nam Nang view point, Ropeway, Flower Show, Directorate of Handicrafts & Handloom, Research Institute of Tibetology & Do Drul Chorten (Stupa).etc - After lunch  transfer to Pelling - 120 kilometers 4.5 Hours drive. Pelling is at an altitude of 6800 feet  – On a clear day guest can get a clear view of Himalayan range with snow capped mount Pandim, Kumbhakarna, Rathong, Kanchenjunga, Zopuno, Shimbho, Narsing, Sinolchu etc – Check into hotel – Over Night stay at Pelling.

Day 7 - Sight Seeing at Pelling (Full Day) : Morning breakfast - Places of visit are Rimbi waterfalls, Rimbi Rock Garden, Kechopalri Lake, it is one of the holy Buddhist lake and it is believed that any wish in front of the lake comes true - Myth is that when a leaf falls on the placid clear water surface, it is picked by a bird and thus the water surface is always free of leaves, Kechopalri Monastery, Kanchenjunga water Falls, New Helipad, Rabdense Ruins & Kanchenjunga View tower etc – Back to hotel – Evening free to roam around the helipad or Shopping center - Overnight stay at Pelling

Day 8 - Departure– Pelling to  NJP/ Bagdogra : Morning breakfast - Transfer to New Jalpaiguri Railway Station (NJP) or Bagdogra Airport around 5 hrs Journey.

Inclusion:

  • Accommodation on twin sharing basis
  • Daily breakfast (CP) / Breakfast & Dinner (MAP)
  • All transfer & sightseeing by exclusive private vehicle point to point basis
  • Permit Cost.

Exclusion:

  • Air & Train fare.
  • GST.
  • Travel Insurances.
  • Room Heater Charges.
  • Entry fee at Sightseeing places & any expenses of personal nature.
  • Additional sightseeing or extra usage of vehicle, other than mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Anything not mentioned in the Itinerary.

Terms and Conditions :

  • GST is not included in the price. The same will be charged on the total package cost payable.
  • Child Policy: 3 years old to 12 years old.
  • No refund for un-utilized tour or cancellations which may occur due to weather conditions.
  • All SIC rates are based on minimum guests traveling. Change in the number of guests could lead to a change in the cost of the package.
  • Above rates are not applicable during event/peak season surcharge periods. The rates for these periods would be advised at the time of booking.
  • All packages are subject to the Terms and Conditions of the Company.
  • Please read and understand all the terms and conditions before confirming.
  • In the event of non-availability of the quoted package, an alternate similar category hotel would be offered.
  • All above rates are based on special land combinational prices. No reduction or refund is applicable if one or all of the services are withdrawn.
  • Company reserves the right to furnish fresh quote for the package with additional or different inclusions from those offered in the above quote.

 Destination

 Standard Hotel

 Deluxe Hotel

 Gangtok

 Retreat Alpine Crest

 Retreat Hotel & Spa

 Darjeeling

 Hill Crown Retreat 

 Upcoming Deluxe Hotel

 Kalimpong

 Dhardo Retreat

 Hotel Garden Reach

 Pelling

 Norling Retreat

 Phamrong Retreat

 Lachung

 Tenzing Retreat

 Tenzing Retreat

 Lachen

 Snow Retreat

 Snow Retreat

Valid up to 31st Dec, 2019.

 No. of pax

 (Cost per person)

 Lean Season

 2nd Jan to 28th March

 1st July to 27th Sep

 11th Nov to 20th Dec

 

 Season

 29th  March to 30th April

 6th June to 30th June

 11th Oct to 10th Nov

 21st Dec to 31st Dec

 Standard

 (CP)

 Deluxe

 (CP)

 Standard

 (MAP)

 Deluxe

 (MAP)

 Standard

 (CP)

 Deluxe

 (CP)

 Standard

 (MAP)

 Deluxe

 (MAP)

 Min 02

 24,840

 27,830

 26,910

 30,130

 28,980

 32,320

 31,050

 34,620

 Min 04

 16,450

 19,440

 18,520

 21,740

 19,670

 23,000

 21,740

 25,300

 Min 06

 13,920

 16,910

 15,990

 19,210

 19,780

 20,130

 18,860

 22,430

 Adult / CWB

 5,410

 7,590

 7,480

 9,890

 5,410

 7,590

 7,480

 9,890

 CNB (5 to 11 yrs)

 3,800

 5,980

 5,870

 8,280

 3,800

 5,980

 5,870

 8,280

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