12 Days Bhutan/Sikkim/Darjeeling TourBack
Trip Facts Program Code: PTT-MULTI Duration: 12 days Program Type: Private Maximum Altitude: 3500m Minimum Pax: 2 Mode of Travel: Flight/Drive Start Trip: Delhi or Bangkok or Kathmandu End Trip: Delhi or Bangkok or Kathmandu Program Grading: Easy - Tour Driving Hour: 0 hours Driving Distance: 0 KM Trek Distance: 0 KM Flying Hour: 0 hours

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One’s travel experience is never complete without the visit to Bhutan. As a tourist destination the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan is indeed unusual, unique and exotic. So much has been said, written about and read but a visit to our exotic destinations still remain a personal experience that will last a lifetime. Bhutan, though considered as an LDC (Least Developed Countries), is gifted with astonishing natural beauty, scenic landscape, rich cultural heritage and customs, and simple but content people. Buddhism is everywhere, determining attitudes, molding thoughts and shaping character.  Bhutanese people continue to consider humility and hospitality the important attributes which contribute to determining the levels of happiness in our own lives. How happy our guests are determines how happy we are. Don’t be surprised if a simple farmer takes great delight in offering you a major portion of his simple meal without any expectations of returns or favor. The Bhutanese continue to consider seeking a harmony between man and nature to be of greater importance than attaining material gains, an approach which permeates their whole existence. This is a kingdom where hidden spiritual treasures are discovered, rivers and forests are the abode of various spirits, people strongly believe in reincarnation, the dead are cremated, tigers have nests and everything ranging from black-necked cranes to tigresses is believed to fly.

SIKKIM ( DENZONG )

"The Hidden Valley of Rice" - as the local call. Once the tiny Kingdom but now the 22nd state of India. Situated in the Eastern Himalayas, is protected by Mt. Khanchendzonga (8534mtrs), the third highest mountain of the world and reverted by the Sikkimese as their protective deity, whose benign watchfulness ensure peace & prosperity for the land. Sikkim shares its border with Tibet in the north, Bhutan in the east, Nepal in the west and the state of West Bengal in north.

Darjeeling (Darjeeling Gorkha Hill Council) in northeast India provides the perfect ambiance of a hill resort with its mild climate and laid back charm (Its verdant hills and valleys mare steeped in color, and are interspersed with vast stretches of lush green tea gardens. President over all these is the 8,856m Mt. Kanchenjunga looming over the northern horizon, giving a magical aura to the land that entices thousand to its environs and leaves all the senses intoxicated.
Darjeeling is hemmed in by Sikkim in the north, Nepal in the west and Bhutan in the east. Darjeeling town, Kalimpong and Kurseong are the major urban centres. Heavy influenced by British India, Darjeeling still carries imprints reminiscent of its colonial past. The toy is on of the most striking examples of Darjeeling 's British Raj influence.


Short Itinerary

Day 01 Delhi or Bangkok or Kathmandu or Dhaka or Kolkata to Paro
Day 02 –Full day Taksang hike & Paro city tour
Day 03 Paro – Punakha/ Wangdi: 1400M
Day 04 Punakha/Wangduephodrang - Gangtey (Phobjikha)
Day 05: Wangdue – Thimphu
Day 06 Explore Thimphu valley the capital of Bhutan
Day 07 Thimphu-Phuntsholing
Day 08 Phuntsholing – out
Day 09: Day return trip to Changu Lake
Day 10: Gangtok-Darjeeling
Day 11: Tiger Hill Sunrise
Day 12: Darjeeling – Bagdogra - Delhi or to Nepal by flight

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