8 Days 7 Nights
Kalimpong (1N) – Gangtok (2N) – Pelling (2N) – Darjeeling (2N)
Non-peak season prices with a 3* hotel
Adult Rate : INR 37299.00
Child With Bed : INR 15999.00
Child Without Bed ( 6 – 12 yrs ) : INR 10999.00
Note:Prices for tour packages are subject to availability due to high demand and peak seasons. Kindly, before making a booking, please contact us to inquire about the availability status.
• Please pay attention to the opening and closing dates of each of the places you’re going to visit in the itinerary. They’re listed there.
• On Thursdays, the majority of Darjeeling’s seven sightseeing points are closed, as are the forests. In Gangtok, the Institute of Tibetology and the Institute of Handicrafts and Handlooms are closed on Sundays. People can only go through Nathula Pass if the army gives them permission to do so. It’s closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Guests must present a valid photo ID in order to obtain the special permits required for sightseeing.
Hotels have a strict child policy. Please carry your proof of age with you so that it can be produced when requested.
Tickets for toy trains and cable cars are subject to availability and operating days.
• The hotel’s check-in and check-out times are 1400 hrs and 1200 hrs, respectively.
Additionally, public holidays, festivals, exhibitions, and extended weekends are excluded. There will be an additional charge, which will be communicated at the time of booking.
Welcome and transfer to Kalimpong upon arrival at New Jalpaiguri Railway Station/Baddogra International Airport (4,091 ft.). Upon arrival, check into your hotel and spend the remainder of the day at leisure. Stay overnight in Kalimpong.
After breakfast, embark on a half-day city tour of Kalimpong, which includes stops at Mangal Dham, Deolo Hill, the golf course, Durpin Dara Hills, and Pine View Nursery (Sunday closed). Following that, transfer to Gangtok (5,500 ft.). Check-in at your hotel upon arrival. Stay overnight in Gangtok.
After breakfast, depart for Tsomgo Lake (12,400 ft./37 kilometres/2 hours from Gangtok) and continue to Baba Mandir (13,200 ft./16 kilometres/1 hour from Tsomgo Lake). returning to Gangtok in the evening. Stay overnight in Gangtok. (If Tsomgo Lake is closed due to a land slide or for any other reason, we will provide alternate sightseeing.)
Two passport-sized photos, as well as copies of your ID (passport, driver's licence, or voter ID), are required for Tsomgo Lake and the New Babe Mandir (Pan Card and Adhaar Card are not accepted). For children under the age of 18, a valid school or college ID is required. The original needs to be with you when you're on a trip. • If Tsomgo Lake is closed due to a land slide or other unforeseen circumstances, we will arrange alternate sightseeing.
• Due to the winter season's heavy snow, vehicles will be permitted to drive up to Snow Point on their way to Tsomgo Lake.
After breakfast, depart for Pelling (6,300 feet/120 kilometres/5 hours) via Namchi, where you will visit Siddheshwar Dham (Chardham) and Sai Temple. Check-in at your hotel upon arrival. Stay overnight in Pelling.
Begin your day with a full-day sightseeing tour following breakfast. Covering Darap village, Rimbi waterfalls, Khecheopalri (Wishfulling) Lake, and Khangchendzongha waterfalls in the first half. In the second half, visit the Pemayangtse monastery, Rabdantse ruins (Sikkim's second capital), Sang-Ngag Choling (skywalk), and the newly constructed helipad ground. Evening at leisure. Stay overnight in Pelling.
After a hearty breakfast, travel via Singla check post to Darjeeling (6,950 metres). Upon arrival, check into your hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure. Stay overnight in Darjeeling.
Tiger Hill Sightseeing for the Entire Day Visit Tiger Hill early in the morning (4:00 AM) (subject to permit/token availability) and then return to the hotel. After breakfast, beginning at 8.30 a.m., visit the Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, the P.N. Zoological Park (closed Thursday), Tenzing Rock, the Ropeway, the Tibetan Refugee Self-Help Center (closed Sunday), the Tea Garden (outer view), and the Japanese Temple. Evenings are free for shopping or leisure activities. Stay overnight in Darjeeling.
After breakfast, check out of the hotel and proceed to the New Jalpaiguri Railway Station/Baddogra International Airport for your onward journey.
Yes, travellers are welcome to visit Darjeeling's tea estates. Singtom Tea Estate, Makaibari Tea Estate & Home Stay (Kurseong), Glenburn Tea Estate & Retreat, and many more are among the famous tea estates in Darjeeling that travellers would love to visit.
On their tour to Sikkim, travellers can participate in the following adventure activities:
• Rafting on the River
• Mountain Biking
To avoid altitude sickness during their Sikkim-Darjeeling holiday, travellers must take the following precautions:
• Bring any necessary medications for headaches, nausea, vomiting, and fatigue.
• Take leisurely strolls. This aids in acclimatisation to the environment.
• Consume plenty of fluids.
• Avoid eating unnecessarily if you are not hungry. One should eat only at the destination's lower elevations.
• If you get a severe headache or nausea while sightseeing, stop right away and go back to your hotel for some rest.
Yes, IMD Travel customises its seven-night and eight-day Gangtok and Darjeeling tour packages. At the time of booking the Gangtok-Darjeeling tour package, the traveller is requested to discuss their preferences and needs with the assigned tour agent.
Can a traveller choose an optional tour during their Darjeeling-Gangtok vacation?
Travelers can request that their agent include an adventurous tour to Nathula Pass in their itinerary for an adventurous Gangtok Darjeeling trip. It will need a permit, and the person who goes on the tour will have to pay extra for it.
Darjeeling's must-buy products include tea, handicrafts, woollen clothing, and handmade jewellery.
March is an excellent month to visit Sikkim. Because it is in the north, the temperature is generally low. You will experience an adrenaline rush while viewing Sikkim's scenic beauty in March.