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North East India Tourism Holds Various Tourist Attractions And Famous Places To Visit That You Are Going To Know In This North East India Travel Info Guide. Here We Are Exploring North east Tourism.
This Morning, After Breakfast At The Hotel, Go For A Full-Day Excursion To Gangtok.
TSHANGU LAKE Which Is 35 Km From Gangtok, And At An Altitude Of 12,400 Feet. A Holy Lake Worshipped By The People In Sikkim.
BABA MANDIR Also Known As ‘Harbajan Singh Memorial’. It Was Built In Memory Of A Soldier In The 23rd Punjab Regiment, Who Drowned In A Stream Near The Spot. Legend Says He Later Appeared In A Dream To One Of His Colleagues Where He Requested That A Temple Be Built In His Memory. (In Case If Tshangu Lake Is Closed Due To Landslide Or Other Reason Than An Alternate Sightseeing Will Be Provided)
The Rest Of The Evening Is At Leisure For Leisure Activities. Night Stay At Gangtok
NATHULA PASS (Optional And Direct Payment Basis):- Nathula Pass was a major corridor of passage between India and Tibet before it was closed in 1962. Located around 56 kms from Gangtok at an altitude of 14450 ft, the road to Nathula passes through the Tsomgo lake. It is one of the highest motorable roads in the world and is richly surrounded by alpine flora. On a clear day you can even see the road winding down the Chumbi valley. Tourists are allowed to go close to the international border from where you can see Chinese soldiers on the other side of the barbed wire.
Morning after breakfast start journey to
NAMCHIN 78 kms from Gangtok, Namchi, literally translating as ‘top of the sky’ is the South district headquarters and fast emerging as a tourist destination. Set in a picturesque location, Namchi offers an unmatched view of the Khangchendzonga range and the Rangit valley. Here you can visit the Sherdup Choeling Monastery and the Dichen Choeling monastery. Around two kms from Namchi is the old Ngadak monastery which is now being renovated. Situated on a hill just above Ngadak monastery is the very attractive Rock Garden, which is full of rare flowers and plants and also offers breathtakingly beautiful views.
Visit CHAR DHAM IS a pilgrimage destination situated at Solophok Hill, which is at a distance of about 5 km from Namchi Town. Solophok Hill has a historical and religious significance, as it is believed that visiting this place washes away one’s sins. According to legends, during the Kurukshetra war between the Kauravas and Pandavas; Arjuna used to worship Lord Shiva here. Lord Shiva, pleased with Arjuna, appeared in the form of a hunter and his blessing is said to have helped the Pandavas win the war against the Kauravas.
Overnight stay at pilling.
This Morning After Breakfast Proceed Darjeeling For A City Tour Visiting
HIMALAYAN MOUNTAINEERING INSTITUTE Which Was Started By Tenzing Norgay After He Climbed Mt. Everest, (Open daily during tourist season. 9am to 1pm, and 2pm to 5pm. During off season, it remains closed on Tuesdays)
TIBETAN REFUGEE CENTRE (Closed On Sunday) This complex was setup by the Tibetan refugees in Darjeeling on October 2, 1959 after they followed Dalai Lama and escaped from Tibet. The refugees adopted the principle of self help so that they could become self-independent and completely rehabilitate themselves in a foreign country, which they did gracefully
TENZING ROCK, a gigantic natural rock in Darjeeling is named after Tenzing Norgay, the man who created history by climbing the Everest first time along with Edmund Hillary in 1953. Opposite to this is the Gombu Rock named after Nawang Gombu, nephew of Tenzing who was the first person to climb the Everest twice, once in 1963 and then in 65. He took over as the Director of Field Training at Himalayan Mountaineering Institute after Tenzing retired in 1976. Both these rocks are used for rock climbing training by HMI.
GOMBU ROCK and TEA ESTATE (From Outside).
Return to Your Hotel for A Comfortable Overnight Stay.
13400 + 3.63 % SERVICE TAX(RATE APPLICABLE FOR MINIMUM 6 TO7 ADULTS IN ONE CAR) PER PERSON EXCLUDING FLIGHT FARE
BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER VEG ONLY
Please co-operate with hotels on this front.
NOTE: – The Contact No. of Each Person & their Residence Contact No. & Travel Agent’s Contact No. are mandatory. Please request to the Guests to carry all original documents during the Trip.