Domestic Tour Package

Gangtok Darjeeling 5Nights / 6Days

Domestic tour

the capital and the largest populated place of the Indian state of Sikkim. It is also the headquarters of the Gangtok District. Gangtok is in the eastern Himalayan range, at an elevation of 1,650 m (5,410 ft). The city's population of 100,000 are from different ethnicities of Sikkimese people such as Indian Gorkhas, Bhutia and Lepchas. Within the higher peaks of the Himalayas and with a year-round mild temperate climate, Gangtok is at the centre of Sikkim's tourism industry.

Gangtok rose to prominence as a popular Buddhist pilgrimage site after the construction of the Enchey Monastery in 1840. In 1894, the ruling Sikkimese Chogyal, Thutob Namgyal, transferred the capital to Gangtok. In the early 20th century, Gangtok became a major stopover on the trade route between Lhasa in Tibet and cities such as Kolkata (then Calcutta) in British India. After India won its independence from the British Empire in 1947, Sikkim chose to remain an independent monarchy, with Gangtok as its capital. After Sikkim's merger with India in 1975, Gangtok continued as the state capital.



  • 03 Nights Stay at Gangtok
  • 03 Nights Stay at Darjeeling
  • Meals as per plan shown above in RED, all hotel taxes
  • All transfers AND sightseeing by 01 NAC Sumo Ex Bagdogra/NJP which is not on disposal, but point-to- point basis.
  • Gangtok local sightseeing would be by 02 NAC Wagon R.


  • Air Fare
  • Entrance/Guide/Camera fees etc.
  • Visit to Nathula Pass (India -China border) @ Rs. 6800/- extra on the total cost by per vehicle.
  • Joy ride on the toy train in Darjeeling @ Rs. 550/- per person ticket + Rs. 600 per vehicle cost.
  • En-route visit to Chardham (Namchi) @ Rs. 2300/- per vehicle extra on the total cost.
  • En-route visit to Mirik @ Rs. 1500/- per vehicle extra on the total cost.
  • Any difference arising due to increase in fuel price or change in taxes levied by the government.
  • Difference in cost arising due to mishaps, bandhs/strikes, natural calamities like landslides, road blockages etc. In such a case, the extra cost would have to be paid on the spot by the guest directly.
  • GST 5%


  • Payment: 25% of the estimates business value at the time of placing the work order.
  • Balance Payment 20 days prior to the departure date.
  • Cheque infavour of "VEDHAVALLI HOLIDAYS"


  • Rooms/rates subject to availability.
  • This is just a quote, no reservations held yet
  • The rooms & rates are subject to availability at the time of booking
  • Any reduction in number of Pax or dates will result in rate change.
  • Rates are valid for complete travels for requested dates only, change of dates subject to change in rates quoted
  • Standard Check-in time for Hotels is 1400hrs. & check-out by 1200hrs. Early check-in & late check-out is subject to room availability and the applicable charges.
  • Surcharges applicable for transfers between 2300 hrs - 0700 hrs
  • Expenses of personal nature, mini bar in the room, laundry, telephone bills, tips, gratuities etc
  • Surcharges applicable during Conventions, Special Events and Trade fairs


  • All cancellation must be made in writing
  • Any cancellation at 30 Days prior to arrival date: No charge
  • Any cancellation between 29Days - 15 Days prior to arrival date: 50% of tour
  • Any cancellation between 14Days - 3 Days prior to arrival date: 75% of tour
  • fare charge
  • Any cancellation less than 3 Days : 100% of tour fare charge

Day 1- Gangtok:

Pick-up from Bagdogra airport/NJP railway station to be taken to Gangtok (5500 ft) - the Land of the Pristine and un spoilt natural beauty of Sikkim, with alpine landscapes and thick luxuriant forests, rivers in torrent and peaceful lakes, a journey 130kms and takes 5hrs to reach Gangtok, arrive at the hotel and check-in. Relax and refresh yourself and then walk to the mall which is just 5 minutes away and overnight stay at Gangtok.


Day 2 - Gangtok:

After breakfast, proceed to Tsomgo Lake (12,313 ft), a 40kms drive which takes 2.5 hrs. This lake is located very close to Nathula Pass which is the entry point to China termed as the Silk Route and remains frozen for most parts of the year. Legend has it that the Lamas use to forecast the future by studying the colour of the lakes waters. Enjoy the surroundings, majestic snowy peaks which feed the lake and the clean fresh air, back to Gangtok by 3 pm for a late lunch. Evening free for leisure or go shopping for Sikkimese traditional handicrafts and overnight stay at Gangtok.


Day 3 - Gangtok: (Full day local ss)

After breakfast, visit to Tashi View Point to view Mt. Khangchendzonga. Situated 8kms from the town, this point offers a breathtaking view of the majestic peak and surrounding hills. Also can be seen are the monasteries at Phodong and Labrang. On the return visit Hanuman Tok (7200 Ft), temple devoted to Hanuman. From the temple you can also get a birds eye view of the Selep waterworks which supplies drinking water to the Gangtok town. Near this temple which is maintained by the Army, is Lukshyama- the royal cremation grounds of the erstwhile royal family of Sikkim. Then go to Ganesh Tok (6500Ft), a temple dedicated to Lord Ganesha which is so small in size that it can hardly accommodate one person and one has to crawl to get inside, The Handicraft and Handloom Showroom, which promotes traditional arts and crafts, a veritable storehouse of exquisite carpets, blankets, shawls in Lepcha weaves; The Flower Show, which contains over 200 species of orchids set amidst a beautiful landscape; Do-Drul Chorten (Stupa) which is one of the most important stupas of Sikkim, built by the head of the Nyingma order- Trullshi Rimpoche in 1945. It contains rare details of Dorji Phupa, Holy Books, Mantras and is encircled by 108 prayer wheels; The Namgyal Institute of Tibetology built in 1958 in traditional style, a renowned worldwide centre for the study of the Mahayana Buddhist philosophy and religion, a treasure house of rare Thankas, statues, over 200 Buddhist icons and prized objects of art and finally Ban Jhakri Waterfalls, back to the hotel by late afternoon, Overnight stay at Gangtok.


Day 4 - Darjeeling:

After breakfast, proceed for 96 kms and 3hr 30mins journey to Darjeeling (7100 ft), the Queen of the hill stations, its name derived from "Dorje-Line" which means the place of "Dorje", the mystic thunderbolt. After a very scenic drive thru the mountains, tea gardens etc. It is an experience of unforgettable beauty. Reach Darjeeling and check-in at hotel. Spend the evening lazing around or walk up to the mall area and overnight stay at Darjeeling.


Day 5 - Darjeeling: (Full day local Sightseeing)

Start the day at 4 am with an early morning trip to Tiger Hill (7800 Ft) to catch the sunrise from behind the majestic Kanchenjunga range. On the way back visit the Ghoom Monastery and Batasia Loop, back to the hotel for breakfast. (09:00 AM TO 05:00 PM) After breakfast, proceed for a half day Darjeeling local sightseeing of the Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Ropeway, Zoo, Tenzing Rock, Tibetan Refugees Self Help Centre, Tea Garden (outer view) and Japanese Temple. Back to the hotel by evening; take a walk to "Chowrasta" the centre point of the Mall area. You can do some window shopping and overnight stay at Darjeeling.


Day 6 : Darjeeling - Bagdogra (72 kms/3.5 hrs)

After breakfast, checkout from the hotel and proceed to Bagdogra Airport/NJP Railway Station for onwards destination.


Day 7: Return

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