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Palace on Wheels
Roll back the pages of time for one glorious week, re capture the pomp and pageantry of a royal past in royal style...
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The Southern Delight
Mahabalipuram Kanchipuram Trichy: Full day tour of Mahabalipuram & Kanchipuram. Kanchipuram...
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Discover Rajasthan
Morning half-day city tour of Old Delhi visiting Raj Ghat the Mausoleum of Mahatma Gandhi. Jama Masjid and drive past Red Fort.
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Short Extension Tours

This program is flexible. You can add more cities/days, change the hotels and start the program any day you wish. The road travel is by private chauffer driven cars.
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» The Southern Delight (God’s Own Country)
Pakage I
Chennai | Trichy | Madurai | Periyar | Cochin | Bangalore | Mysore | Hassan | Hospet | Badami | Goa | Mumbai
18 nights & 19 days
Pakage II
Mumbai | Calicut | Wayanad | Guruvayur | Munnar | Periyar | Kumarakom | House Boat | Alleppey | Mararikulam | Cochin | Mararikulam | Kovalam | Trivandrum | Mumbai
13 nights & 14 days
Pakage III
Kolkata | Bagdogra | Darjeeling | Gangtok | Tsomgo Lake | Gangtok | Kalimpong | Bagdogra | Kolkata
09 Days / 08 Nights
Pakage IV

Kolkata | Paro | Thimphu | Dooars | Gangtok | Darjeeling | Kalimpong | Kolkata
13 Days / 12 Nights

 
» Pakage I
Chennai | Trichy | Madurai | Periyar | Cochin | Bangalore | Mysore | Hassan | Hospet | Badami | Goa | Mumbai
18 nights & 19 days

Day 01     Arrive Chennai ( Madras ): Arrive and transfer to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 02      Chennai ( Madras ) – Mahabalipuram – Kanchipuram – Trichy: Full day tour of Mahabalipuram & Kanchipuram.
Kanchipuram (64 kms from Chennai (Madras) is the ancient capital of the Pallavas famous as a city of 1000 Temples and still has 124 shrines. The first temple dedicated to Shiva was built in the 7th and 8th century & has paintings on the walls.

Day 03     Arrive Trichy : Morning arrive Trichy and transfer to hotel. Afternoon city tour. Trichy was the citadel of the Chola dynasty in the medieval period. In the 18th century it witnessed the Carnatic wars fought between the French and the English. Lord Robert Clive's house is still there to see and so is the Danish Church. The Rock-Fort is the landmark of Trichy. A climb of 434 steps leads to the ancient temple of Ganapati on top and a further climb to a Shiva temple.  Overnight  stay at hotel.
Day 04     Trichy – Tanjore – Madurai: Morning drive to Madurai visiting Tanjore enroute. At Tanjore, the beautiful Chola Temple of Brihadeeshwara is capped by a monolithic cupola made of a single granite block weighing 80 tons which was taken to the top with the help of a 6 km long ramp, an old technique used by the Egyptians for building pyramids. Its bronzes and handicrafts make Tanjore one of the highlights of a visit to South India. On arrival transfer to hotel for overnight stay
Day 05     Madurai: Morning visit the great Meenakshi Temple dedicated to the consort of Lord Shiva with its towering gopurams (rising high above the surrounding country side). Later, visit the Tirumala Nayak Palace - A gracious building in the Indo saracenic style, famous for the Stucco work on its domes & arches. Also visit the Alagar Hills and Tirupara Kundran Rock temple. Afternoon free to explore the city on your own. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 06     Madurai – Periyar: Morning drive to Periyar. The earliest sanctuary to be set up in 1934, it extends to 777 square kms & forms part of the high mountain ranges, the Western Ghats. Wild life can be seen while cruising on Periyar Lake in a motor boat. Amongst the animals which can be seen are elephants, wild boar, sambar, tiger, leopard, wild dog, langur monkeys, etc. Overnight stay at hotel

Day 07     Periyar – Cochin: Morning drive to Cochin. On arrival transfer to hotel for Overnight

Day 08    Cochin: Morning tour of Cochin. Cochin is the natural harbour created by the famed underwater Malabar mud-banks whose quality ensures that the rougher the seas are outside the calmer the waters are within the Harbour. Vasco-de-Gama placed it on the world map. It has a Jewish synagogue, Portuguese churches, mosques & Hindu temples. Watch the Chinese Fishing Nets.

Afternoon free to explore the city on your own. Overnight stay at hotel
Day 09     Cochin – Bangalore – Mysore: orning transfer to airport to connect your flight for Bangalore. Upon arrival, drive directly to Mysore.  On arrival transfer to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 10     Mysore: Morning tour of Mysore. Visit the palace of the Maharaja built in 1911-12. The palace is of harmonious syntheses of the hindu and saracenic styles of architecture with archways, domes, turrets, colonnades and sculptures which are magnificent. Visit the Art Gallery; drive upto Chamundi hill to see Chamundeshwari Temple & a panoramic view of Mysore. On the way back, see the Nandi Bull. Afternoon free to explore the city on your own. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 11     Mysore – Hassan: Morning drive to Hassan enroute visiting Sravanabelgola. At Sravanbelgola, hewn out of a single rock and visible from a distance of 25 kms is the statue of Lord Gomteshwara which is bathed with milk and honey once every 12 years.  Later visit Belur and Halebid. The Chenna Kesava temple of Belur built 900 years ago is an exquisite example of Hoysala art. Halebid's 12th century Hoysaleswara and Kedareswara temples are master pieces of Hindu art. On arrival transfer to hotel for overnight stay
Day 12   Hassan – Hospet: Morning drive to Hospet. Visit Hampi. The once beautiful capital city of Vijayanagar Empire - greater than Rome, had palaces, temples & sculptures, spread all over. The city was razed to the ground by the Sultanates of South in 1565. Some of the interesting ruins remaining are the Virupaksha, Vittala and Hazara Rama temples huge Ganesha and Narasimha images, the elephant stables, the Queen's Bath, carvings on the Ramachandra temple & Lotus Mahal. On arrival transfer to hotel for overnight. stay
Day 13   Hospet – Badami: Morning drive to Badami stopping at Aihole & Pattadakal on the way.  Aihole is the cradle of stone temple architecture of the southern Dravida School. The oldest temple, Lad Khan goes back to the 5th century A.D. There are 70 temples in this group. The Durga temple is noted for its sculptures. The Meguti temple is built of 630 small stone blocks. The Ravanaphadi Cave has some beautiful carvings.  Pattadakal, referred to as Petrigal, reached its pinnacle of glory under the Chalukya kings from 7th to 9th centuries. The oldest in this group is the Sanghameswara Temple. The Mallikarjuna Temple has pillars depicting life of Krishna. Virupaksha temple has sculptures and panel scenes from the epics, the Ramayana & Mahabharata. The Papanatha Temple has impressive carvings on pillars and ceiling. On arrival transfer to hotel for overnight stay.
Day 14      Badami: Morning tour of Badami. Badami also known as Vatapi is rich with Hindu and Jain temples carved out of sand stone hills. The carved temples date back to the 6th century. Of these, three are Hindu and one Jain. Sculptured out of solid rock they are adorned with carvings. The Fort, on top of a hill encloses large granaries, treasury & a watch tower. The Malegitti Shivalaya temple set on the summit of a hill is built of stones without mortar. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 15      Badami – Goa: Morning drive to Goa. On arrival transfer to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 16 & 17          Goa: Enjoy sun-bathing in the beautiful Beach & Swimming. Overnight stay at hotel.

Old Goa : 8 kms from the capital city of Panjim, the sacred remains of the patron of the East, St. Francis Wavier, lie enshrined in the Basilica of Born Jesus and have made Goa famous as the ‘ Rome of the East ’.
Day 18   Goa – Mumbai: Morning transfer to airport to connect your flight for Bombay. Afternoon half day motor launch excursion to Elephanta caves the glorious abode of LORD SHIVA with its marvelous sculptured panels-nine in all-set like tableaux on the walls.
Overnight stay at hotel
Day 19      Depart Mumbai: Morning tour of  Mumbai city visiting Kamla Nehru Park and Hanging Gardens situated on the slopes of Malabar Hill, offering a panoramic view of Marine drive & Chowpatty Beach, Prince of Wales Museum, Mani bhawan, Dhobi Ghat, Gateway of India and drive through the Crawford market, Marine drive & Flora Fountain

Late evening transfer to International airport to connect your flight back home.

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» Pakage II
Mumbai | Calicut | Wayanad | Guruvayur | Munnar | Periyar | Kumarakom | House Boat | Alleppey | Mararikulam | Cochin | Mararikulam | Kovalam | Trivandrum | Mumbai
13 Days / 12 Nights

Day 01      Mumbai: Arrive and transfer to Hotel for overnight stay.

Day 02      Mumbai: Morning visit Elephanta Caves. Earlier known as Gharapuri, the island capital of Konkan Mauryas is famous for its beautiful caves. These caves are located on a small island of Gharapuri, in the Arabian sea near Mumbai. The caves date back to 6th century A.D. and is a collection of shrines, courtyards, inner cells, grand halls and porticos arranged in the splendid symmetry of Indian rock-cut architecture, and filled with exquisite stone sculptures of Hindu Gods and Goddesses, especially devoted to Lord Shiva. At the entrance of the cave is the famous Trimurti, the Creator: Brahma, the Protector: Vishnu and the Destroyer: Shiva all three in unison. Other than this most of the sculptures denote Lord Shiva in his various moods and forms.
Afternoon visit Mumbai (Bombay) the commercial capital of India. Although Buddhist and Hindu dynasties ruled the region until around the 13th century, there were only scattered settlements on the island. Once, a sultry tropical archipelago cluster of seven islands, the British developed Bombay merging the seven islands into one. Gateway of India built to commemorate the royal visit of George V and Queen Mary in 1911, the Prince of Wales Museum housing collection of Indo Saracenic architecture, Flora Fountain, Victoria Terminus, Malabar Hill and Mani Bhavan (Gandhi Home) are the places to visit. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 03      Mumbai – Calicut – Wayanad: Morning transfer to airport to connect flight for Calicut (Kozhikode).Upon arrival, a short orientation tour of the city. Kozhikode was the most important region of Malabar in the days gone by. Today, lush green country sides, serene beaches, historic sites, wildlife sanctuaries, rivers, hills, a unique culture and a warm, friendly ambience make Kozhikode a popular destination. Later drive to Wayanad. Arrive and stay at Hotel Vythiri Resort The Vythiri resort is located in the forested highlands of Kerala on the Nilgiri hills, 2600 ft above sea level. This lush green and damp forest captures two monsoons in a year.
Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 04      Wayanad: Full day at leisure to enjoy and explore the nature. Miles away from the dust, grime and din; this is a magical, romantic getaway tucked away in a lush tropical rain forests. Break into a song with tunes set by a chorus of chirping, multihued birds. Let a rainbow of butterflies and dragonflies play hide-and-seek with you. Vythiri Resort is parked bang amidst a 150-acre coffee and cardamom plantation. Replete with traditional planter's cottages that transport you back to a laid-back era. Is that a thunderous roar of a stream crashing down a ravine that you hear? This is an ideal place for the incurably romantic, the terribly adventurous or the complete workaholic who needs to recharge his batteries with ayurvedic rejuvenation. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 05      Wayanad – Guruvayur: Morning drive to Guruvayur and on arrival, check in at the hotel. Aptly known as the Dwarka of the south, the famous temple of Guruvayur is dedicated to Lord Krishna. The temple posted on a small hillock, has the simplest architecture and is built in the style of local Kerala houses. There are many legends attached to this temple Afternoon visit Sri Krishna Temple (Guruvayurappan Temple) (Non Hindus not allowed in the sanctum of the temple). Also visit the elephant camp at Punnathur Kotta where over forty elephants are groomed / trained. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 06      Guruvayur – Munnar: Morning drive to Munnar, a popular hill station, 1600 m above sea level, en-route visit Kalmandalam dance school training in Kathakali dance drama and other indigenous performing arts of Kerala like the Mohiniattam and Thullal.Upon arrival in Munnar, check in at hotel.  Afternoon visit to Tea/ Spice Plantation. Among the exotic flora found in the forests and grasslands here is the Neela Kurinji. This flower which bathes the hills in blue every twelve years, will bloom next in 2006 AD. Munnar also has the highest peak in South India, Anamudi, which towers over 2695 m. Anamudi is an ideal spot for trekking.

Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 07      Munnar – Periyar: Morning drive to Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary(Thekkady). Periyar Sanctuary is one of the best in the country for watching and photographing wildlife. Arrive and stay at Hotel. Late afternoon boat ride to visit the sanctuary to view wildlife Periyar is dominated by two things - the sanctuary and spices, plantation of tea, coffee and cardamom. Overnight stay at Hotel
Day 08      Periyar – Kumarakom: Morning drive to Kumarakom a small village recognized as a backwater paradise on The Vembanad Lake. Arrive and check-in at Hotel Participate in some water sports or visit a local village or simply spend the day relaxing in a peaceful and quite environment of the place. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 09      Kumarakom - Alleppey (Overnight cruise by House Boat): Late morning board the house boat. This house boat is known as 'Kettuvallam', the traditional rice barge, with its sturdy build and stately carriage, feature single and two-bedroom houseboats, complete with kitchens, bathrooms and your own personal cooks-cum-attendants-cum-boatmen. The boat hulls are made from seasoned 'Anjili' (Jackfruit) logs, that have a natural gentle curvature. Keels are flat, because the rivers here can get mighty shallow at times, and also to allow the boat to be easily punted. (They come with a quiet outboard motor too, so the boatman can get some rest). Your boat moves towards the mouth of the Kavanar river. It is difficult not to shut your eyes with the soft breeze soothing you and the gentle swinging speed of 6 miles an hour of the Kettuvallam, off the Vembanad lake. It carries the cries of distant darter birds, surprisingly loud over the waters. Overnight stay at the House boat.

Day 10      Alleppey (House Boat) – Mararikulam: Morning disembark from the house boats at Alleppey and drive to Mararikulam, with its endless miles of superb beaches. Day at leisure to enjoy the beach. Overnight stay  at Hotel.

Day 11      Mararikulam - Cochin – Mararikulam: Full day excursion to Cochin and back. Sightseeing of Cochin city visiting Jewish Synagogue, built in 1568 AD and decorated with copper plates bearing the Hebrew script and hand painted chinese tiles. Also visit the Mattan-Cherry Palace also called the Dutch Palace built by the Portugese and presented to the King of Cochin in 1555 AD. The Chinese fishing nets at the entrance of the harbour, along the backwaters are a fascinating sight. These nets that line the sea front exhibit a mechanical method of catching traders to the coast of Malabar. Overnight stay at Hotel at Mararikulam.
Day 12      Mararikulam – Kovalam: Morning drive to Kovalam, with an internationally renowned Kovalam beach. Upon arrival check in at Hotel. Afternoon relax on the beach. Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 13      Kovalam: Full day at leisure on the beach. Overnight at Hotel
Day 14      Kovalam – Trivandrum – Mumbai: Morning transfer to Trivandrum-The capital of Modern Kerala and the seat of erstwhile Travancore Maharaja. Visit the Art Gallery, Padmanakhaswami Temple and Museum.
Transfer to airport to leave by air for Mumbai. Arrive and transfer to airport to fly back home\ onward destination.
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» Pakage III
Kolkata | Bagdogra | Darjeeling | Gangtok | Tsomgo Lake | Gangtok | Kalimpong | Bagdogra | Kolkata
09 Days / 08 Nights

Day 01      Kolkata: Arrive Kolkata and transfer to hotel. Over night stay at hotel.

Day 02      Kolkata - Bagdogra – Darjeeling: After an early breakfast at hotel transfer to domestic airport to board flight to Bagdogra. On arrival at Bagdogra, transfer to Darjeeling. Upon arrival check-in at hotel. Afternoon explore the local bazaars. Dinner and overnight stay at hotel.
Day 03      Darjeeling: Darjeeling ( 2123 m) is popularly known as the Queen of the Hills. It is the jewel in the crown of Eastern Himalayas and a perfect destination for nature lovers and trekkers. Early morning visit Tiger Hill to view Sunrise Over Kanchandzonga and the great Eastern Himalayan mountains. Even Mt. Everest, the world's highest peak, is visible from here. Tiger Hill is situated at an altitude of 2590 meters.(8482 ft). Return via Ghoom Monastery. It is one of the oldest Buddhist Monastery where manuscripts written on birch bark are preserved. Enjoy Toy Train Ride between Ghoom & Darjeeling (subject to operation). Which has been awarded world heritage status by UNESCO. Afternoon half day city tour visiting Himalayan Mountaineering Institute and the Tibetan Refugee Self Help Center where you can see Tibetan Craftsman making traditional items like carpets, woolen boots, carvings and leather goods. Onto Tea Gardens & Factory (within 20 kms radius). Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 04      Darjeeling – Gangtok: Morning proceed by road to Gangtok. Arrive and check-in at Hotel. Afternoon visit the famous Rumtek Monastery of great significance. The head of Kagyupa sect of Buddhism from Tibet was given refuge in Sikkim. He was granted land to build the monastery and finally raised Rumtek in 1960s. It is replica of the Taruphu monastery in Tibet, the residence of His Holiness and also the headquarters of the Dharma Chakra Religious Center. Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 05      Gangtok: Morning sacred Tsomgo Lake located at the height of 12,000 ft. that legend says is the lake of Gods. Feast your eyes on the most beautiful flowers like RHODODENDRONS. Afternoon visit Du-drul Chorten, the Research Institute of Tibetology, the most prestigious one of its kinds in India. Visit the Orchid Sanctuary where it is possible to see almost 500 varities of Orchids.
Evening at leisure to visit Cottage Industries and explore Bazars for souvenirs. Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 06      Gangtok – Kalimpong: Morning proceed by road to Kalimpong. Arrive and check-in at hotel at Hotel. Afternoon at leisure.
Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 07      Kalimpong: Morning visit Dr.Graham's Homes School and the Tong Dog Palri Fo-Brang Monastery. Also visit Seri Culture. Institute on Silk Production. Afternoon take an Orchid Tour to neighbouring areas by Jeeps and partially by trek.
Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 08      Kalimpong – Kolkata: After an early breakfast at hotel, leave Kalimpong for Bagdogra to connect flight for Kolkata.
Arrive at Kolkata and transfer to hotel. Afternoon half day city tour visiting Victoria Memorial built of White Marble. It was opened by Prince of Wales in 1924 and has a statue of Queen Victoria along with other innumerous exhibits. Visit Indian Museum and drive past Dalhousie Square, St. Paul's Cathedral, National Library, Shaheed Minar and city center. Dinner and overnight stay at hotel.
Day 09      Kolkata: Transfer to International airport to fly back home\onward destination.
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» Pakage IV
Kolkata | Paro | Thimphu | Dooars | Gangtok | Darjeeling | Kalimpong | Kolkata
13 Days / 12 Nights

Day 01      Kolkata: Arrive at Kolkata popularly known as THE CITY OF JOY and transfer to Hotel.

Day 02      Kolkata: Kolkata, capital of West Bengal is the nerve centre of intellectual and human values where many modern movements began in literature, art, cinema, theatre, science, politics and industry. Full day city tour visiting Howrah Bridge major - landmark of the city of joy. This hanging bridge is an architectural marvel of the country. The recently built Vidyasagar Setu, another architectural marvel, connects both the banks of the Hooghly River. Move onto Victoria Memorial built of White Marble. It was opened by Prince of Wales in 1924 and has a statue of Queen Victoria with other innumerous exhibits. Visit the Indian Museum and drive past Dalhousie Square, St. Paul's Cathedral, National Library, Shaheed Minar, Eden Garden, Fort William and city centre.
Optional visit to Mother Teresa's home of Charity. Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 03      Kolkata – Paro: Transfer to airport to leave by Druk air for Paro. (P.S.:The flight has limited operations) The flight to Paro is one of the most spectacular of all the mountain flights. One can see Mount Everest, the Kanchandzonga, Makalu and other peaks in Bhutan such as Chomolhari, Jichu Drake and Tsrim Khang. Arrive and transfer to Hotel DRUK or similar.
Paro is a picturesque valley with quaint clusters of hamlets amidst terraced paddy fields. The town still maintains traditions by way of its architecture and the simple way of life. Afternoon visit to Drukgyel Dzong, Kyichu Lhakhang and a traditional Bhutanese Farm House. Evening at leisure to visit local shops. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 04      Paro – Thimphu: Morning proceed to Thimpu. One should occassionally stop on the way so as not to miss the magnificent view of the Brahmaputra plains and the Torsa river. Shorlty before entering Thimphu city, visit to Simtokha Dzong, the oldest fortress of the Kingdom built by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal in 1627 which now houses the School for Buddhist studies.
Arrive and stay at Hotel DRUK or similar. Afternoon, visit to King's Memorial Chorten, built in the memory of the Late King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck who is popularly regarded as Father of modern Bhutan and the most impressing building Tashichhodzong, the home of National Assembly and summer residence of Chief of monk body and visit to interesting Handicrafts Emporium and market. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 05      Thimphu: Morning visit National Library, which houses vast collection of manuscripts and texts related with Buddhist studies and Painting School, is indeed pleasant experience where the age old style oftraditional Bhutanese painting is taught. Also visit the Traditional Medicine Institute. Where centuries old healing arts is still practised.
Afternoon at leisure to visit Thimphu's Market. Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 06      Thimphu – Dooars: Morning proceed by road to Dooars. Enroute lunch halt at Phuntsholing. Arrive and stay at Hotel Sinclair's retreat.
Day 07      Dooars – Gangtok: Morning proceed by road to Gangtok Arrive and check-in at Hotel. Afternoon visit Du-drul Chorten, the Research Institute of Tibetology, the most prestigious and one of its kinds in India. Visit the Orchid Sanctuary where it is possible to see almost 500 varities of Orchids. Evening visit Cottage Industries and explore Bazars for souvenirs. Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 08      Gangtok: Morning visit the famous Rumtek Monastery of great significance. The head of Kagyupa sect of Buddhism from Tibet was given refuge in Sikkim. He was granted land to build the monastery and finally raised Rumtek in 1960s. It is replica of the Taruphu monastery in Tibet, the residence of His Holiness and also the headquarters of the Dharma Chakra Religious Centre. Afternoon visit sacred Tsomgo Lake located at the height of 12,000 ft. that legend says is the lake of Gods. Feast your eyes on the beautiful flowers like RHODODENDRONS.
Day 09      Gangtok – Darjeeling: Morning proceed by road to Darjeeling. Arrive and check-in at Hotel. Afternoon at leisure to explore the local bazars. Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 10      Darjeeling: Darjeeling, ( 2123 m) popularly known as the Queen of the Hills, is the jewel in the crown of the East Himalayas and a perfect destination for nature lovers and trekkers. Early morning visit Tiger Hill to view Sunrise Over Kanchenjunga and the great Eastern Himalayan mountains. Even Mt. Everest, the world's highest peak, is visible from here. Tiger Hill is situated at an altitude of 2590 meters.(8482 ft.). Return via Ghoom Monastery. It is one of the oldest Buddhist Monastery where manuscripts written on birch bark are preserved. Enjoy Toy Train Ride between Ghoom & Darjeeling (subject to operation). Which has been awarded world heritage status by UNESCO. Afternoon half day city tour visiting Himalayan Mountaineering Institute and the Tibetan Refugee Self Help Centre where you can see Tibetan Craftsman making traditional items like carpets, woolen boots, carvings and leather goods and onto Tea Gardens & Factory (within 20 kms radius). Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 11      Darjeeling – Kalimpong: Morning proceed by road to Kalimpong. Arrive and check-in at hotel at Hotel. Afternoon at leisure. Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 12      Kalimpong: Morning visit Dr.Graham's Homes School and the Tong Dog Palri Fo-Brang Monastery. Also visit Seri Culture Institute on Silk Production. Afternoon take an Orchid Tour to neighbouring areas by Jeeps and partially by trek.
Day 13      Kalimpong – Kolkata: Morning transfer to Bagdogra airport to leave by air for Kolkata

Arrive and transfer to International airport to fly back home\onward destination.

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