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Pelling, Darjeeling, and Gangtok stand as three prominent tourist destinations in Northeast India.
Sikkim, nestled in the Himalayas, captivates visitors with its breathtaking landscapes, rich Buddhist heritage, and thrilling adventure opportunities.
Darjeeling, a charming hill station in West Bengal, enchants travelers with its iconic tea plantations and sweeping vistas of the Himalayan peaks.
Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim, offers a mesmerizing blend of stunning mountain panoramas, serene Buddhist monasteries, and a vibrant local culture.
If you're considering a Pelling Gangtok Darjeeling tour packages, here are some essential places to explore:
Immerse yourself in the natural wonder of Yumthang Valley.
In Darjeeling tour
Catch the awe-inspiring sunrise at Tiger Hill.
Experience the unique Batasia Loop.
Relish a journey on the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway.
Stroll through picturesque tea gardens.
In Pelling tour:
Discover the capital city, Gangtok, with its vibrant atmosphere.
Marvel at the beauty of Tsomgo Lake
Visit the high-altitude Nathula Pass.
Explore the tranquility of Rumtek Monastery.
Visit the serene Enchey Monastery.
Seek blessings at Ganesh Tok.
Enjoy panoramic vistas from Tashi View Point.
The best times to visit these destinations are from March to May and October to December when the weather is pleasant and skies are clear. However, it's advisable to check weather conditions before your trip since the region is susceptible to landslides and roadblocks during the monsoon season.
You will be also able to explore various amazing places of India throung our customised packages like North Sikkim Tour 2n/3d, Pelling Ravangla Gangtok tour from Bagdogra,Sundarban Package Tour, Silk Route Package Tour, North East Tour Package, Leh Ladakh Package Tour, Dooars Package Tour, Andaman Package Tour and many more with your friends and family.
Darjeeling Pelling Tour Itinerary
After your arrival at NJP/Bagdogra, meet our representative and drive to Pelling via Jorethang. Arrival at Pelling, check into the Hotel. Evening free to walk around the town. Overnight stay at hotel.
- Overnight Stay at Gangtok
Post breakfast, start for Pelling Sightseeing Tour in two parts: Pelling Skywalk and Sanga Choling Monastery - Pelling Skywalk is a new attraction and an engineering marvel and located just 3 km from Pelling town. The breathtaking view of Mt. Kanchenjunga makes visitors spellbound from here, and you can reach the Sanga Choling Buddha Statue from here. Rimbi Waterfalls - About 12 kms away from Pelling and about 5 kms further down from Darap village is Rimbi River Bank, which falls on the way to Khecheopalri, and Yuksam where the main attractions are the river waterfalls. A large volume of water is falling on massive rocks from a great height. It demonstrates both timelessness and power and is quite hypnotic. Kanchenjunga WaterFalls - One of the large waterfalls in West Sikkim situated at a distance of 24 km from Pelling. It is a major tourist attraction located on a sharply curved roadside. The water is so cold, and the intensity of the fall is also high, this water is directly from Kanchanjangaparvat, Holy water. The area is a cluster of many falls, and to see the main waterfalls, one needs to climb up around 50 staircases. To visit the main fall, you need to purchase tickets at a nominal price. While Kanchenjunga Falls astonish visitors with the sight of a broad stream of water jumping deep down from a great height. Khecheopalri Lake - Before leaving, make an immortal wish on it. It is a very holy and sacred lake, and birds prohibit any leaves to drop on the lake. This lake is a small paradise for Photographers & Bird Explorer. Khecheopalri Lake makes people spellbound with its serenity and holiness. Try to attend the "MaghePurne Festival '' celebrated in April by floating Diyas& offering food. Pemyangtse Monastery - The Pemyangse Monastery is a major attraction, not only because of its religious importance but also its history. The monastery that stands at an altitude of over 6,800 feet, is among the oldest in Sikkim. The monastery dates back to the 17th century and is the creation of Lama LhatsunChempo. The decoration within the monastery is full of impressive paintings on Buddhist themes and statues of Buddhist deities. In former times, the head lama of the monastery held the ceremony of anointing the kingdom of Chogyalov, the rulers of Sikkim. One of the main attractions of the monastery, it is on a seven-tier wooden sculpture, representing the heavenly palace of Padmasambhava and its inhabitants. Rabdentse Ruins - Located near the Pemayangtse Monastery, this was the second capital of the Sikkim Royalty after Yuksom. The ruins of the city command a panoramic view of Khangchendzonga and the valley. You will require to walk at least 2 - 2.5 km on a small road amidst dense trees to reach there from the main road. This ruins complex is currently maintained by the Archaeological Society of India. Night Stay at the Hotel in Pelling.
- Overnight Stay at Pelling
After breakfast transfer to Darjeeling via Ravangla Buddha Park&Namchi Char Dham. • Ravangla Buddha Park- The Buddha Park of Ravangla, also known as Tathagata Tsal, is situated near Ravangla in South Sikkim district of the Indian state of Sikkim. It was constructed between 2006 and 2013, and features a 130-foot-high (40 m) statue of the Buddha, erected to mark the 2550th anniversary of the birth of Gautama Buddha, as its main attraction. The statue, built of 60 tonnes of copper. • Namchi Chardham- It is situated at Solophok hill which is 5 km away from Namchi town. It is believed that a visit to the place is enough to wash away one’s sins. The 108 feet statue of Lord Shiva is encircled and supported by a girdle of twelve Jyotirlingams Chardham, which is situated in India in four different places like East Jagannath, West as Dwarika, South as Rameshawaram, North as Badrinath Dham, where especially Hindus consider the main pilgrimage. After visiting these points get lunch on the way & transfer to Darjeeling. ‘The Queen of Hills’ – Darjeeling, a gem of a place known for its youthful vibe combined with modern as well as colonial charm. The dreamy town is situated at an altitude of 7100 ft, surrounded by tall mountains, coniferous trees, and a green tea plantation. Darjeeling is a favoured spot for everyone whether it’s a tourist, trekker, photographer, artist, or botanist apart from its World-famous Darjeeling Tea. On arrival, check-in at the hotel surrounded by Mother Nature with big, clean rooms facing Mt. Kanchenjunga standing head up high. In the afternoon or evening, stroll about and shop - Chow Rasta & Darjeeling Mall- The heart of Victorian Darjeeling, this place is the commercial hub, set on the ridge above Darjeeling town, dotted with many curious centres and other shops selling excellent blended Darjeeling tea. There are many heritage and old stores lined up inside of the roads which sell unique handicrafts items along with food stalls selling hot dim sum, thukpas. Young children can enjoy a pony ride in the mall while elders can sit on the benches and feel the real vibe of Darjeeling while watching the people and their activities. Overnight at Darjeeling.
- Overnight Stay at Darjeeling
As the chilly night continues to dominate over Darjeeling this day calls to wake up even before the sun to witness the stunning view of sunrise from the viewpoint along with a full-day city tour Post breakfast. Early morning visit to - Tiger Hill Sunrise Point–An early morning visit to Tiger hill is perfect to witness the unforgettable sunrise over the snow-covered peaks of the majestic Himalayas. As the sunrise beings, the dazzling snow covering peaks of Mt. Kangchenjunga gloriously enlightens with a magnificent view, and on a clear day glimpse of the World’s highest peak Mt. Everest is visible. The sunrise from Tiger hill has earned international fame for the magnificent view of the sunrise over Kanchenjunga and the great Eastern Himalayan Mountains. Batasia Loop – The Batasia Loop is a spiral narrow-gauge railway track where the Toy Train negotiates a sudden sharp descent from Ghoom. This place provides a breathtaking view of the surrounding mountains with a 360-degree view of the Darjeeling landscape in the backdrop of the majestic Kanchenjunga. The loop is decorated with grass, shrubs, and seasonal flowers, along benches laid inside the garden to enjoy nature while the Toy train enters, hooting its way to complete the spiral route. Ghoom Monastery (If Open) – Yiga Monastery or Old Ghoom Monastery is one of the oldest Tibetan monasteries in Darjeeling build in the year 1850 and below the Ghoom railway station. It follows the lineage of Sakya Sect of Vajra yana Buddhism and also has a small philosophical institute. This monastery has the biggest and the oldest statue of Buddha in Darjeeling and is being bought from Tibet. Back to Hotel for breakfast and freshen up before heading towards the city tour. Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park-Also known as Darjeeling Zoo is now one of the best zoos in the world after bagging the International Earth Hero Award in 2014. The unique feature of this zoo is, it houses animals of high altitude, and mostly from the upper Himalayas with rare animals like Red Pandas, Snow Leopards, Tibetan Wolf, etc. The zoo contributes significantly to the breeding programs of endangered animals and safeguards the vulnerable ones. Himalayan Mountaineering Institute (Closed on Thursday)- HMI is a pilgrimage for all climbing enthusiasts of the world. Established in honor of Tenzing Norgay, it has a well-stocked museum with mountaineering displays and many expedition artifacts. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru laid the foundation stone of the Institute, and now it comprises a residential school for mountaineering providing students with basic and advanced courses. Japanese Temple and Peace Pagoda–Also known as Darjeeling Peace Pagoda are on the Jalapahar hill. They build the Temple under the guidance of Buddhist monks from Japan in traditional Japanese style, and this place is the house of four avatars of Buddha. Close to it is the Peace Pagoda, where it showcases the four large avatars of Lord Buddha. The view from the top is magnificent with the panoramic view of Darjeeling town, and Mt. Kanchenjunga. During the visit, tourists can join for morning or evening prayers in the temple along with the monks. Tenzing Rock &Gombu Rock–This huge and giant natural rock named Tenzing Norgay who created history after climbing Mt. Everest is at Lebong Cart Road, also known as Monkey Rock. Located opposite of Tenzing rock is the Gombu rock name after Nawang Gombu, the nephew of Tenzing Norgay, who was the first person to climb Everest twice. Tenzing Norgay and his nephew used to climb this rock to train them for Everest climbing, and now these two steep rocks are being used by HMI during their Rock climbing training courses. Tibetan Refugee Self Help Centre- The help center was established on 1st October 1959, to rehabilitate the Tibetan refugees who followed Dalai Lama and escaped from Tibet. The workers in the center produce excellent Tibetan handicrafts like carpets, woolens, wood, and leather works which they sell and export to different countries for a living. Rangeet Valley Passenger Ropeway- Also known as The Darjeeling Ropeway is the perfect spot to enjoy the breathtaking view of the valley below with the dreamy Darjeeling town, the lush green tea plantations, dense forests, mountain streams in their full flow, waterfalls, and the impressive snow peaks the background. You can also enjoy the World UNESCO Heritage world-famous Darjeeling railway or the Toy Train to Ghoom subject to track conditions. It’s the main and best attraction for visiting this hill train in Darjeeling. The path in which the train runs is well decorated by nature with lush green trees, flowering plants, small bushes, and vast Kanchenjunga dominating its presence throughout the journey. The evening is free to visit the Darjeeling Mall for shopping as this is the last spot to crack a great deal and grab something unique from this trip. Overnight in Darjeeling.
- Night stay at Darjeeling
The awestruck morning view of the mighty Kanchenjunga from the balcony of the hotel is worth visiting Darjeeling while sipping into some renowned Darjeeling Tea. Enjoy the delicious spread at the breakfast table while enjoying the charm of the place, and post breakfast check out from the hotel, and move towards Bagdogra Airport (IXB) / NJP with sweet Pelling-Darjeeling memories to cherish forever.
A perfect Pelling Darjeeling Tour plan from Bagdogra requires some research and preparation. Here are some steps to help you plan your trip:
Decide on your travel dates: The best time to visit these destinations is between March and May or between October and December when the weather is pleasant and the skies are clear. However, you should check the weather conditions before planning your trip as the region is prone to landslides and roadblocks during the monsoon season.
Decide on your itinerary: Make a list of the places you want to visit in Sikkim, Gangtok, and Darjeeling. Research the best places to visit, the distance between each place, and the time it will take to travel between them. You can also consult with a travel agent or tour operator to help you plan your Sikkim Darjeeling tour itinerary from Bagdogra.
Book your accommodation: There are many hotels, resorts, and homestays available in Sikkim, Gangtok, and Darjeeling. Book your accommodation in advance to avoid any last-minute hassles. You can also look for homestays to experience the local culture and cuisine.
Book your transport: The best way to travel between these destinations is by road. You can hire a taxi or take a shared jeep. You can also hire a private car or take a bus from Siliguri, which is the nearest major town.
Pack appropriately: The weather in these destinations can be unpredictable, so it's important to pack accordingly. Bring warm clothes, rain gear, and comfortable shoes. Don't forget to carry your camera, sunscreen, and insect repellent.
Obtain necessary permits: Some areas in Sikkim, such as Nathula Pass, require special permits. You can obtain these permits from the Sikkim Tourism Office in Gangtok or through a tour operator.
Be respectful of local customs and traditions: Sikkim, Pelling, and Darjeeling are home to many ethnic communities, each with its own unique culture and traditions. Be respectful of local customs and traditions and try to learn more about them during your visit.
Darjeeling Pelling Package Tour Inclusion:
- Accommodation at any of the 3/4/5 Star Hotels and Resorts
- Breakfast, Snack, Dinner
- Private vehicle.
- Toll Tax, Permits, and Parking fees
- Driver and fuel allowance
- Pickup and Drop.
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Pelling Darjeeling Tour Package Exclusion:
- Sightseeing point entry fees
- Any other meals that the ones mentioned above
- BBQs or House Parties
- Any extra service consumed by the guest.(payable directly)
Pelling Darjeeling Tour Cost from NJP/Bagdogra
Pelling Darjeeling Trip Cost from Bagdogra price depends upon your hotel catagories and duration of trip. Here we provide the general cost of your cost of Pelling Darjeeling trip as follows.
|packages||Duration||Min Pax||Starting Price||GST|
|PELLING DARJEELING||7N/8D||6 PAX||Rs. 17,500/-|
|PELLING DARJEELING||5N/6D||6 PAX||Rs. 14,500/-|
|PELLING DARJEELING||4N/5D||6 PAX||Rs. 11,900/-|
|PELLING DARJEELING||3N/4D||6 PAX||Rs. 10,200/-|
Best Time to Visit In Pelling and Darjeeling
The best time to visit Darjeeling and Pelling depends on what you want to experience during your Pelling Darjeeling Trip from NJP/Siliguri/Bagdogra. Here are some general guidelines:
March to May: This is the best time to visit if you want to enjoy pleasant weather and see the blooming rhododendrons and orchids in Pelling and Darjeeling.
October to December: This is the ideal time to visit if you want to enjoy clear skies, crisp weather, and stunning views of the Himalayas. You can also witness the colorful festivals of Diwali and Dussehra during this time.
June to September: This is the monsoon season in the region, and it is not recommended to visit during this time as heavy rainfall can cause landslides and disrupt travel plans.
January to February: This is the winter season, and while it can be cold, it offers a unique experience of snow-covered mountains and frozen lakes. However, some roads may be closed due to heavy snowfall.
Overall, the best time to visit Pelling, Darjeeling is from March to May or October to December, depending on your preferences.
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How To Reach Darjeeling Pelling from Bagdogra/NJP/Siliguri?
Pelling, Darjeeling are well-connected by road, rail, and air. Here are the different ways you can reach these places:
By Air: The nearest airport to Gangtok is Bagdogra Airport in Siliguri, West Bengal, which is about 125 km away. From the airport, you can hire a taxi or take a shared jeep to reach Gangtok. Darjeeling can also be reached via Bagdogra airport.
By Rail: The nearest major railway station to Gangtok is New Jalpaiguri Railway Station (NJP) in Siliguri, which is well-connected to major cities in India. From NJP, you can hire a taxi or take a shared jeep to reach Gangtok. Darjeeling has a narrow gauge railway line, also known as the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway or the "Toy Train," which connects it to New Jalpaiguri.
By Road: You can reach Darjeeling, and Pelling by road from nearby cities like Siliguri, Kolkata, and Guwahati. You can hire a taxi or take a shared jeep from Siliguri to reach Gangtok or Darjeeling. There are also regular bus services from Siliguri and other major cities to these places.
Overall, the most convenient way to reach Darjeeling, and Pelling is to fly to Bagdogra airport and then take a taxi or shared jeep to your destination.
Distance to Reach Pelling Darjeeling
|From||To||Road Distance||Tentative Time|
|NJP Rly Station||Gangtok (via NH10)||116.1 km||4 hr 28 min|
|Bagdogra||Gangtok (via NH10)||122.2 km||4 hr 29 min|
|Gangtok||Lachen (via Gangtok-Chungthang Rd)||114.0 km||4 hr 38 min|
|Lachen||Lachung ( via Lachen Rd)||46.9 km||1 hr 51 min|
|Lachung||Yumthang||25.1 km||1 hr 20 min|
|Lachung||Gangtok (via Singtam - Chungthang Rd)||115.7 km||4 hr 22 min|
|Gangtok||Pelling (via NH10)||129.6 km||4 hr 27 min|
|Pelling||Ravangla (via NH510)||47.8 km||1 hr 49 min|
|Pelling||Namchi (via Nayabazar-Legship-Reshi Rd)||68.3 km||2 hr 25 min|
|Pelling||NJP (via NH10)||133.2 km||4 hr 53 min|
|Pelling||Bagdogra (via NH10)||140.6 km||4 hr 54 min|
Places To Visit in your Pelling Darjeeling tour packages
Gangtok is the capital city of the Indian state of Sikkim and a popular tourist destination. It is known for its stunning natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, and friendly people. Here are some of the top places to visit in Gangtok:
Rumtek Monastery: It is one of the largest and most important monasteries in Sikkim, known for its beautiful architecture and religious significance.
Enchey Monastery: It is a beautiful monastery located on a hilltop in Gangtok and is known for its architecture and peaceful atmosphere.
Namgyal Institute of Tibetology: It is a museum and research center dedicated to the study of Tibetan language, culture, and history.
Tashi Viewpoint: It is a popular viewpoint that offers stunning views of the Himalayas and the surrounding hills.
Ganesh Tok: It is a small temple dedicated to Lord Ganesha and offers beautiful views of Gangtok city.
Hanuman Tok: It is a temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman and offers stunning views of the mountains and the surrounding areas.
MG Marg: It is a popular pedestrian street in the heart of Gangtok and is known for its shops, restaurants, and cafes.
Tsuklakhang Royal Chapel: It is a beautiful chapel located inside the Royal Palace in Gangtok and is known for its architecture and religious significance.
Tsomgo Lake: It is a beautiful glacial lake located at an altitude of 12,400 feet and surrounded by snow-capped mountains.
Nathula Pass: It is a mountain pass on the border between India and China, offering stunning views of the Himalayas.
Overall, Gangtok offers a unique blend of natural beauty, culture, and history, making it a must-visit destination for travelers.
Darjeeling is a beautiful hill station located in the Indian state of West Bengal, known for its tea plantations, stunning views of the Himalayas, and colonial architecture. Here are some of the top places to visit in Darjeeling:
Tiger Hill: This is the highest point in Darjeeling and offers a panoramic view of the sunrise over the Kanchenjunga mountain range which is the best attraction of your Pelling Darjeeling Tour from Bagdogra.
Batasia Loop: It is a railway loop that offers stunning views of the Himalayas and a well-maintained garden.
Himalayan Mountaineering Institute: It is a museum and training center for mountaineers, founded by Tenzing Norgay, the first person to reach the summit of Mount Everest with Sir Edmund Hillary.
Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park: It is a high-altitude zoo that houses several rare and endangered species of animals like the snow leopard, red panda, and Himalayan wolf.
Darjeeling Ropeway: It is a cable car ride that offers a bird's eye view of Darjeeling and the surrounding mountains.
Japanese Peace Pagoda: It is a beautiful Buddhist temple that offers a serene atmosphere and stunning views of the mountains and the town.
Darjeeling Tea Gardens: These tea plantations are a major attraction of Darjeeling and offer visitors the opportunity to witness the tea-making process and enjoy a cup of tea.
Ghoom Monastery: It is a Buddhist monastery located on a hilltop and is famous for its 15-foot high statue of Maitreya Buddha.
Overall, Darjeeling offers a unique blend of natural beauty, colonial history, and Buddhist culture, making it a must-visit destination for travelers.
Permits Needed to Enter Darjeeling Pelling Tour Packages from NJP/Siliguri
To enter Sikkim, you will need two types of permits, that are RAP and PAP.
Indians and locals can obtain both the passes from the local police check post.
Restricted Area Permit:
Foreigners will need to obtain the RAP from government agencies such as:
- Ministry of Home Affairs, Delhi.
- All Indian Missions abroad.
- All Foreigners Registration Offices.
- Immigration offices.
- Deputy Director, SNT Complex, Siliguri.
Protected Area Permit:
PAP is issued to enter certain locations of Sikkim such as:
- Tsomgo-Baba Mandir.
- Nathu La Pass.
- Dzongri Trek.
- Singalila Trek.
- Thangu-Chopta Valley.
Why You Should Visit Pelling Darjeeling
There are many reasons why you should visit Pelling, Darjeeling. Here are some of them:
Natural beauty: The region is known for its stunning natural beauty, including the Himalayas, lush green forests, and sparkling rivers.
Cultural diversity: Pelling, Darjeeling are home to a diverse range of cultures and communities, each with their own unique traditions, music, dance, and cuisine.
Adventure sports: If you're an adventure lover, you'll find plenty to do in Pelling, Darjeeling, and Gangtok, including trekking, white water rafting, mountain biking, and paragliding.
Buddhist heritage: The region is dotted with ancient Buddhist monasteries and temples, offering a glimpse into the rich spiritual heritage of the area.
Tea plantations: Darjeeling is famous for its tea plantations, which produce some of the best tea in the world. You can visit these plantations and learn about the tea-making process.
Wildlife: The region is home to a variety of wildlife, including rare and endangered species such as the snow leopard, red panda, and Himalayan black bear.
Festivals: Pelling, Darjeeling, and Gangtok are known for their vibrant festivals, which celebrate the region's diverse cultures and traditions.
Overall, Pelling Darjeeling tour from Bagdogra offer a unique blend of natural beauty, cultural diversity, adventure, and spirituality, making them a must-visit destination for any traveler.
Tips Before you Travel Pelling Darjeeling from Bagdogra
Here are some tips of
Entry permits: Indian nationals need an Inner Line Permit (ILP) to visit Sikkim, while foreign nationals require a Protected Area Permit (PAP). These permits can be obtained from the Sikkim Tourism Office or through your travel agent.
Weather: The weather in Pelling, Darjeeling, can be unpredictable. It is advisable to check the weather forecast before you travel and pack accordingly.
Altitude sickness: Pelling, Darjeeling, and Gangtok are located at high altitudes, which can cause altitude sickness. It is recommended to take precautions such as drinking plenty of water, avoiding alcohol, and taking medication if necessary.
Language: While English is widely spoken, the local languages in Sikkim, Darjeeling, and Gangtok are Nepali, Hindi, and Tibetan. It can be helpful to learn a few basic phrases in these languages to communicate with locals.
Currency: The currency used in Sikkim, Darjeeling is the Indian Rupee (INR). It is advisable to carry sufficient cash as ATMs may not be available in some remote areas.
Transportation: Public transportation in Sikkim, Darjeeling can be limited. It is recommended to hire a private vehicle or join a guided tour to explore the region.
Respect local culture: Sikkim, Darjeeling, and Gangtok have a rich cultural heritage. It is important to respect local customs and traditions, dress modestly, and avoid public displays of affection.
By keeping these tips in mind, you can ensure a safe and enjoyable trip to Sikkim, Darjeeling.
Do's and Dont's before book Pelling Darjeeling tour Packages from Bagdogra
Here are some do's and don'ts to keep in mind before you travel to Pelling Darjeeling from Njp/Siliguri:
➔Obtain the necessary entry permits before you travel to Sikkim.
➔Carry warm clothes, especially during the winter months.
➔Respect the local culture and customs.
➔ Try the local cuisine and tea.
➔Take precautions against altitude sickness.
➔Hire a local guide to explore the region.
➔Carry sufficient cash as ATMs may not be available in remote areas.
➔Do not litter or harm the environment.
➔Do not use plastic bags and avoid single-use plastic.
➔Do not smoke in public places. ➔Do not photograph locals without their permission.
➔Do not disrespect the local culture and traditions.
➔Do not venture into unknown areas without a local guide.
➔Do not drink tap water; always drink bottled or boiled water.
By following these do's and don'ts, you can have a safe and enjoyable trip to Pelling, Darjeeling while respecting the local culture and environment.
Pelling Darjeeling From Bagdogra Tour Map and Guide
Sure, here is a brief guide for your Pelling Darjeeling Package tour from Bagdogra:
➔Visit the capital city of Gangtok, and explore its monasteries, such as the Rumtek Monastery and Enchey Monastery.
➔Take a ride on the famous Gangtok Ropeway, which offers panoramic views of the city and surrounding mountains.
➔Visit the Tsomgo Lake, which is a glacial lake and a popular tourist spot.
➔Explore the Yumthang Valley, which is also known as the Valley of Flowers, and witness its scenic beauty.
➔Visit the Nathula Pass, which is a border crossing between India and China, and take in its stunning views.
➔Visit the famous tea plantations and learn about the tea-making process.
➔Take a ride on the famous Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, which is also known as the "Toy Train".
➔Visit the Tiger Hill and watch the sunrise over the Himalayas.
➔Explore the Darjeeling Zoo, which is home to rare and endangered species such as the snow leopard and red panda.
➔Visit the Japanese Peace Pagoda, which is a Buddhist temple and offers stunning views of the mountains and valley.
➔Visit the famous Rumtek Monastery, which is one of the largest and most important monasteries in Sikkim.
➔Explore the Namgyal Institute of Tibetology, which is a research center for Tibetan studies.
➔Visit the Banjhakri Falls and Energy Park, which is a natural park and a popular picnic spot.
➔Take a walk on the MG Marg, which is a pedestrianized street and a popular shopping and dining destination.
➔Visit the Tashi Viewpoint, which offers stunning views of the Kanchenjunga mountain range.
By following this tour guide, you can explore the best of Pelling, Darjeeling and have a memorable trip.
Famous Food and Restaurants Sikkim Darjeeling Gangtok
Sikkim and Darjeeling are two different regions with distinct food cultures, although they are both located in the northeastern part of India and share some similarities in their cuisine.
In Sikkim, the cuisine is influenced by the local Nepali, Tibetan, and Bhutanese cultures. Some of the popular dishes in Sikkim include:
Momos - steamed or fried dumplings filled with vegetables, meat, or cheese.
Thukpa - a noodle soup with vegetables or meat.
Phagshapa - a spicy pork dish served with radishes and dried chilies.
Gundruk - a fermented vegetable dish made with leafy greens.
Sael Roti - a deep-fried bread made with rice flour.
Chhurpi - a hardened cheese that is often used as a snack or added to stews and soups.
In Darjeeling, the cuisine is influenced by the local Gorkha and Bengali cultures. Some of the popular dishes in Darjeeling include:
Momos - similar to the ones found in Sikkim.
Thukpa - similar to the ones found in Sikkim.
Churpee - similar to the one found in Sikkim.
Aloo Dum - a spicy potato curry served with puri or paratha.
Darjeeling tea - a famous tea variety grown in the region.
Sandesh - a sweet made with cottage cheese and sugar.
Overall, both Sikkim and Darjeeling offer a diverse and flavorful cuisine that is worth exploring.
Famous Restaurants Darjeeling
There are many famous restaurants in Darjeeling that offer a variety of cuisines to cater to different tastes and preferences. Here are some popular restaurants in Darjeeling:
Glenary's Restaurant and Bakery - a popular bakery and restaurant in Darjeeling that offers a variety of cuisine including Indian, Chinese, Continental, and bakery items. The restaurant is known for its breakfast menu and traditional afternoon tea.
Keventers - a popular restaurant chain that originated in Darjeeling and is known for its delicious milkshakes, burgers, and sandwiches. The restaurant has a vintage decor and offers a stunning view of the mountains.
Kunga Restaurant - a famous Tibetan restaurant in Darjeeling that serves authentic Tibetan and Nepalese cuisine. The restaurant is popular for its momos, thukpas, and other Tibetan delicacies.
Glenary's Cafe - a cozy cafe located on the first floor of Glenary's Bakery that offers a range of sandwiches, burgers, coffee, and pastries.
The Park Restaurant - a multi-cuisine restaurant located in the heart of Darjeeling that offers Indian, Chinese, and Continental cuisine. The restaurant has a beautiful ambiance and offers a great view of the valley.
Shangri-La Restaurant - a popular restaurant that offers Tibetan, Chinese, and Indian cuisine. The restaurant is known for its momos and thukpas and has a beautiful garden seating area.
These are just a few of the many popular restaurants in Darjeeling. There are several other restaurants that offer delicious cuisine and a great dining experience in the town.
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Planning a Darjeeling, and Pelling tour package can be done by following these steps:
Decide on the duration of your tour: Depending on the places you want to visit and the activities you want to do, decide on the duration of your tour. Generally, a tour of these places can take anywhere from 5 to 10 days.
Research the places to visit: Research the popular tourist destinations in Pelling, Darjeeling, and Gangtok, and decide which places you want to include in your tour package. Some popular places include Tsomgo Lake, Nathula Pass, Yumthang Valley, Tiger Hill, Batasia Loop, Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, and the Happy Valley Tea Estate.
Choose a mode of transportation: Decide on the mode of transportation you want to use during your tour, whether it's hiring a car or taxi, using shared taxis or buses, or taking a train. Keep in mind that some places may be easier to reach by certain modes of transportation.
Decide on the type of accommodation: Decide on the type of accommodation you want to stay in, whether it's budget guesthouses, mid-range hotels, or luxury resorts. Keep in mind that the type of accommodation can affect the cost of the tour package.
Research tour operators: Look for tour operators that offer tour packages for Sikkim, Darjeeling. Compare their packages and prices, and check their reviews and ratings from previous customers.
Check for permits: If you are a foreign national, check for the necessary permits required to visit Sikkim and Nathula Pass, and ensure that the tour operator arranges for them.
Make bookings: Once you have decided on the places to visit, mode of transportation, accommodation, and tour operator, make the necessary bookings and confirmations. Make sure to clarify all the details of the tour package with the tour operator.
Pack appropriately: Pack appropriate clothing and gear for the places you will be visiting, including warm clothing for high-altitude places, comfortable walking shoes, and rain gear if you are visiting during the monsoon season.
By following these steps, you can plan a Pelling, Darjeeling tour package that fits your budget and preferences.
Planning a Sikkim trip is easier with Tourist Hub India, as we offer the best Pelling Darjeeling tour packages from Bagdogra. We have details on our website, so you will get a fair idea from there. After going through our packages you need to decide which one you need to pick as per your convenience. We are flexible regarding our packages. You will get the idea of the exclusions and inclusions of our packages.
Pelling Darjeeling tour, vary depending on various factors. The factors are your mode of transportation, your preference of hotel, food, and most importantly for how many days you are going to stay in Sikkim. Besides that, what region you are planning to visit also influences the Sikkim Travel Package Cost. Tourist Hub India excludes train/air fare, entry fees, and camera charges, etc. and provide you the customise Sikkim Package tour with Price.
Sikkim is a tiny state which is situated in the lap of Himalayas, it has a magnificent landscape. Due to its delightful natural beauty it attracts tourists throughout the year. However, March to June, and October to mid-December are considered as the best time to go for a Sikkim trip plan.
From March the spring season starts, so you can book a Pelling darjeeling trip with Tourist Hub India. Choosing the time is upon you as Sikkim changes its beauty in different seasons. During spring and summer the place becomes pleasant and these are the blooming seasons as well. On the other hand, in the monsoon Sikkim is filled with lush greenery. In winter parts of the state receives snowfalls, and during that time several winter festivals are held.
If you take our Sikkim tour package for 7 days, you will be able to cover both Sikkim and Darjeeling. Sikkim and Darjeeling are both situated in the lap of Himalayas. So, both of the places are worth visiting. Even though there are many similarities in terms of people and culture, you will also find subtle differences in them. So, one should explore both the places to learn about the existing culture, and people.
The number of days required to visit Sikkim, Darjeeling, and Gangtok depends on the places you want to visit and the activities you want to do. Generally, a tour of these places can take anywhere from 5 to 10 days.
If you want to cover the major tourist destinations in Sikkim, Darjeeling, and Gangtok, a minimum of 7-8 days is recommended. This will give you enough time to visit places like Tsomgo Lake, Nathula Pass, Yumthang Valley, Tiger Hill, Batasia Loop, Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, and the Happy Valley Tea Estate, among others.
However, if you have more time, you can spend longer exploring the region and visit lesser-known destinations, do trekking or camping, or experience local culture and cuisine.
It's important to keep in mind that Sikkim, Darjeeling, and Gangtok are situated at high altitudes and require some acclimatization time. So, it's recommended to plan your tour itinerary accordingly and take some rest on the first few days of your trip.
Sikkim is a state that is diverse in terms of its natural beauty. Sikkim is divided into four districts- North Sikkim, South Sikkim, West Sikkim, and East Sikkim. Depending on the altitude, the geographical terrain also changes. If you want to see a valley full of flowers, you must visit Yumthang, if you want to see one of the highest lakes, you must visit Gurudongmar Lake. Besides its natural beauty, the place is strongly influenced by Buddhist culture. So, there are monasteries where you will find historical artifacts. You will be able to cover many of such places by opting for the Sikkim trip budget.
darjeeling tour plan from Bagdogra is incomplete without trying authentic Sikkimese cuisine. At Gangtok there are several restaurants that serve local dishes, apart from that there are many options for street food as well. Dal and rice is the staple food for Sikkimese, apart from that Sael Roti, Churpi Soup, Dhindo, etc. are quite unique. Along with these there are Thukpa, Momo, etc.
At Tourist Hub India, you will get a budget Pelling Darjeeling package from Bagdogra for 5 days where you can stay in Gangtok without spending much. The expense depends on how many days you are staying, what are the places you are visiting, where you are staying, and your food choices. Gangtok has budget hotels, and restaurants so one can afford a decent trip to Sikkim.
Gangtok trip packages for 5 days with Tourist Hub India will offer you to cover quite a few places. You need to visit our website, there you will be able to see all the packages. Firstly, you need to decide which part of Sikkim you want to visit. Once you are sure of the places, all you need is to pick a package and book it online.
Lachung is a tiny village situated in northeast Sikkim. North Sikkim tour packages include this place as from Lachung one has to connect to Yumthang. This place is worth visiting because it offers an amazing natural beauty. In winter you can experience snowfall, and during spring you will witness blooming flowers. Another attraction of Lachung is the Buddhist Monastery. Lachung is only connected by road from Gangtok, and cars need special permits for it.
Darjeeling is the northern district of West Bengal which is situated at the height of 2042m. The place rarely receives snowfall in winter. The temperature goes down up to -2 degree Celsius. According to records, Darjeeling received snowfall in 2008. However, Sandakphu being the highest point of West Bengal, witnesses snowfall every year. So, if you are someone who loves snow, you can plan a Gangtok tour package with Tourist Hub India in winter because parts of Sikkim receive snowfall during December to February.
Pelling Darjeeling Tour From Bagdogra Booking and Cancellation Policy :
- Every Booking Would be Intimated through corporated emailm id.
- Company Service Voucher Would be Issued to the Guest aginst the same.
- 50% advance payment (100% for super peak time) is required to get the confirmation.
- 100% Payment to be made before 3 days of Check In.
- For any cancellation irrespective of no of days 15% charges will be levied.
- 25% of the Package amount to be levied if cancelled between 20- 07 days before Check in.
- 50% of the package amount to be levied If Cancelled between 07 – 03 days of Check in.
- No Refund incase Of No show /Short Stay/or if Cancelled between 72 Hrs of Check in.
- 100% cancellation Charge once Booking is made for Super Peak Season.
Pelling Darjeeling Tour Packages From BagdograReviews
4.9 Stars Rating, out of 5
based on 189 Reviews
Palash DebnathJan 15, 2021
Wonderful trip experience with Tourist Hub India at sikkim. Excellent arrangement of facilities like rooms, cars, drivers by them. Excellent communication for the operation executive daily basis about travel plans. it will highly recommendation from our end to other tourist for sikkim trip with Tourist Hub India.
Alkesh PatilDec 15, 2020
Excellent arrangement right from best hotels, car and polite cab drivers. We thank Tourist Hub India for making our trip sweet and memorable. I will recommend you for future sikkim trip with them. Everything has been proper planned and nice facilities in the whole trip.
Suman Kalyan RoyJan 01, 2018
The whole trip was well organised and hardly had any problems. pelling and ravanla hotels are good and also the facilities. choice of food and car driver was excellent, however the timing in pick up from bagdogra was delayed otherwise whole trip was fantastic.
Sujit BanerjeeDec 25, 2018
We have got the good service and assistance from Tourist Hub India on an urgent basis sometime as Mr. Pulak was very co-operative, all the accomodations and cars was given excellent. The staff behaviour of all hotel in pelling and kaluk was nice and food was excellent and we had a great familiy trip with Tourist Hub India. .
Bijoy PandaJan 15, 2021
We completed sucessfull trip in North sikkim for three days and thanks to Tourist Hub India for arranging worderfull sikkim trip for us and also the support regarding hotel, transportation and other arrangements for our family.