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Sikkim-Darjeeling to BhutanJourney through Sikkim Darjeeling to Bhutan

Sikkim — The smallest state in India is the land of orchids and monasteries, mountain, glacier and passes. where Kanchanjunga occupies a special status for the Sikkimese as a sacred protecting deity, people are hospitable, warm and friendly .

Darjeeling – To view the early morning sunrise at the tiger hill and the popular Ghoom monastery, mountain, glacier and passes, where Kanchanjunga occupies a special status for the Sikkimese as a sacred protecting deity where people are hospitable, warm and friendly.

Bhutan — The ancient land with magical customs and people with deeply held belief explore the land of Dzongs (Fortress ) and monasteries, monk, majestic mountain and the rich heritage .An architectural land full of warm hearted and friendly people who go to the unusual length to preserve each element of Bhutanese life, where past is still the present.


Day 1: Arrive Delhi.
Day 2: Delhi-Via Bagdogra-Darjleeing
Day 3: Visit Darjeeling.O/N in hotel.
Day 4: Darjeeling-Pemayangtse (2137 mtrs.) 150 kms.
Day 5: Pemayangtse
Day 6: Pemayangtse-Gangtok
Day 7: Gangtok:
Day 8: Gangtok – Phuntsholing Via Siliguri
Day 9: Phuntsholing to Thimphu
Day 10: Thimphu
Day 11/12: Thimphu To Punakha/Wangdiphodrang Dzong/Paro
Day 13/14: Paro
Day 15: Paro-Delhi
Day 16: Delhi – Onward Destination


Day 1: Arrive Delhi.

Assistance upon arrival and transfer to the hotel. Night in hotel.

Day 2: Delhi-Via Bagdogra-Darjleeing

After breakfast transfer to the airport for flight to Bagdogra. Assistance upon arrival.Drive toward Darjeeling. Night in hotel.

Day 3: Visit Darjeeling.O/N in hotel.

One can View the early morning sunrise at the tiger hill, After breakfast the popular Ghoom monastery, Visit in tea garden, Zoological park, Nehru Institute of Mountaineering.

Day 4: Darjeeling-Pemayangtse (2137 mtrs.) 150 kms.

After breakfast drive to Pemayangtse, Visit Pemayangtse monastery one of the oldest in the state, Night in hotel.

Day 5: Pemayangtse:

Visit Sangachholing Monastery situated at the ridge above pelling and Pemayangtse monastery built in 1697 AD. Khechupelri Lake, is considered as one of the sacred lakes of the state both by the Budhist and Hindus. Night in hotel.

Day 6: Pemayangtse-Gangtok

On the way Visit Tashiding Monastery built on top of a heart shaped hill with back drop of sacred mountain Ka,g-Chen-Dzonga, after noon reached Gangtok, the capital town of Sikkim. Evening explore the town, Night in hotel.

Day 07: Gangtok:

Full day excursion, Lioyd Botanical Garden which consists of a wide range of flora, Enchey Monastery of Nyngmapa Order, Rumtek monastery (Dharma Chakra Centre) 24 kms away from the Gangtok, Night in hotel.

Day 08: Gangtok – Phuntsholing Via Siliguri:

Drive towards Phuntsholing border town. Of kingdom of Bhutan, Transfer to the hotel,

Day 09: Phuntsholing to Thimphu:

Uphill drive to the capital of Bhutan, 7 to 8 hours.Scenic drive, enroute visit the Khatbandi Gompa and Takti Chu Falls. upon arrival transfer to hotel. Evening at leisure to explore the town. Night in Hotel.

Day 10: Thimphu

Full day visit including Changkha Lhakhang, Folk Heritage Museum and the textile Museum. Drive to BBS tower to have a glance at the national animal of Bhutan, Takin. Also visit the panting school. Rest of the time at leisure to discover the Capital on your own. Night in hotel.

Day 11/12: Thimphu To Punakha/Wangdiphodrang Dzong/Paro:

Drive over Dochu La Pass at 3125 mtrs. A large chorten and a forest of prayer flag greet you. On arrival visit Punakha Dzong built in the 16th Century was the winter capital for 300 years; WangdIphodrang Dzong strategically located on a ridge (1470 mtrs.) overlooking the old trade routes that ran east-west and north-south. Drive back to Paro via Thimpo.

DAY 13/14: Paro:

Morning sightseeing includes. The Ta Dzong National Museum considered to be one of the best natural and historic artifacts; a short drive to the Drukgyel Dzong fortress, 2-3 hour hike to Taktsang or the famous ‘Tiger’s Nest’ is a memorable spiritual journey. It was here that the great tantric master Guru Padmasanbhava flew in from Tibet on a Tiger to bring Buddhist teachings to Bhutan, Rest time for shopping or simply strolling through town.

Day 15: Paro-Delhi:

Transfer to the airport for flight to Delhi, Most spectacular flight you may ever have taken over high mountainous range. Assistance upon arrival at Delhi and transfer to the hotel. Rest of the time at leisure.

DAY 16: Delhi – Onward Destination:

Transfer to the airport for the flight to the onward destination as per the international flight schedule.



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