Sikkim and West bengal Holiday Packages
Kolkata (formerly Calcutta) the capital of West Bengal, is the capital city of West Bengal and also the entry point. Most of the poets, thinkers, and film directors hail from this city and obviously, there is a reason for that. Most of the British monuments were built here and left untouched. Many art galleries and museums can also be seen here and if you appreciate art and magnificence, this is a city you mustn’t miss. Darjeeling, one of the most popular hill resorts is 2.24 meters above the sea level. It is surrounded by tea gardens. The town faces some of the Himalaya’s highest peaks so you can already imagine the landscape. If you happen to get across the Sundarbans or the Jaldapara Sanctuary, don’t miss the opportunity to spot the Bengal tiger.
Sikkim’s main attraction is Gangtok. A visit to Gangtok would be a treat itself because of the amazing views of the mountains, the Teesta River and the small towns on your way. Exploring the city on your arrival would be amazing too. Tsomgo Lake is one of the highest altitude lakes in the Himalayas around 40 km away from Gangtok. It is a very beautiful lake; oval shaped and stretched almost a kilometer with an average depth of 50 ft. It is covered with ice most of the time. Don’t forget the Temi tea garden which is located on the way from Namche. It is marked with an exotic odor and flavor. However, Char Dham in Namche is just a tourist destination on the way to Namche. It is a scaled replica of the four most famous Dhams of the Hindus. Did I miss Pelling? There is a lot to talk about this place. It is one of the most important sightseeing places which cannot be described in words. It includes the Kanchenjunga Falls and the Khecheoplri Lake. Also, don’t miss the Rhimbi project. Anywhere you look, you would be spotting an amazing view.