North East Tour Package (5 Nights & 6 Days)

North East Tour Package (5 Nights & 6 Days)

Market Price
Rs. 16,249
Rs. 13,649



    05 night accommodation as per package chossen
    All transfer & sight seeing by Non AC Vehicle as per itinerary
    Assistant up on arrival at Bagdogra Airport
    Child below 5 yrs complimentry
    Breakfast & Dinner ( Classic,Preimium & Luxury Package)
    All applicable hotel taxes
    Only Breakfast ( Standard & Deluxe Package)

 Itinerary :

    Day 1 : DARJEELING
    Arrive NJP Rlw Station / Bagdogra airport, Transfer to Darjeeling, Enroute Visit Mirick Lake &Nepal Border, o/n stay at Darjeeling
    Meals: DINNER
    Day 2 : SIGHTSEEN
    After breakfast at hotel, depart for the sight seeing Full Day city tour of Darjeeling. Parmesan Nadia Himalayan Zoological park, Himalayan Mountaineering Institute ( Closed on Thursday), Ropeway, Tensing -- Gumbo Rock, Tibetan Refugee Self Help Center ( Closed on Sunday), Tea Estate, Lebong Race Course , Peace Pagoda. & Rock Garden – Gang Maya Park. o/n at Darjeeling
    Darjeeling Early Morning Excursion to Tiger Hill, Ghoom Monastery & Batasia Loop. .After breakfast at hotel, transfer to the Kalimpong & we have a sightseeing Tour of Deolo Hill, Dr Graham Homes School, Thonga Goma Monastary, Mangaldham , Nurseries o/n at Kalimpong.

    After breakfast at hotel, transfer to Gangtok & Same Day Half day city tour of Gangtok Directorate of Handicrafts and Handlooms, Enchey Monastery, Research Institute of Tibetology, Chorten ( Stupa ), Orchid Sanctuary, Rumtek Monastery, o/n at Gangtok.
    After breakfast at hotel, depart for the sight seeing full day tour of Thshangu Lake & Baba Mander. o/n at Gangtok
    Day 6 : DEPARTURE
    After breakfast at hotel, transfer to the NJP Rlw Station / Bagdogra airport for your journey.
    Meals: BREAKFAST
 Terms and Conditions

    Above rates are per person valid on minimum 2 adult travelling together
    Airfare Exclude
    Hotel rates are not valid during trade fairs, exhibitions & special events
    Service Tax 2.57% Extra on Package
    Surcharge will be levied
    Hotel rooms are subject to availability at the time of booking
    Rates are subject to change in case of any changes in , hotel rates, rate of exchange, transport rates, government taxes or entrance fees
    Meals unless specified are not included
    The check in time is 1200 hours and check out time is 1200 hours for all the hotels. Early check in / late check out is subject to availability of rooms

North East Tourim Places

The North East of India is made up of seven separate states, and is the most tribal region of India. Although the mountainous scenery is arresting, the northeast region remains the least visited part of India. This has been due to its remoteness, and also the permit requirements placed on tourists. Ethnic violence, as well as the north east's sensitive location bordering Bhutan, China, and Myanmar, remain issues. Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, and Tripura are regarded as relatively peaceful though. Tourist numbers to the region have been dramatically increasing in recent years. Find out about what to see there in this guide to northeast India states. Want to take a tour of the northeast region Kipepeo and The Greener Pastures are both involved in sustainable and responsible tourism, and capacity building in local communities. They offer a wide range of custom and flexible departure trips. Activities include wildlife, trekking, caving, learning about tribal culture, and tea.

Various factors including ethnic and linguistic divides led to the formation of seven separate States, now popularly called the seven sisters. These seven states are of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura. These states are situated in the north-eastern part of India. In many ways, north-east is very much unlike the rest of India. It is an area inhabited by a great number of tribes who speak a hundred different dialects and languages. In Arunachal Pradesh alone, over 50 distinct languages are spoken. In some ways, these hill tribes are similar to tribes found in other parts of the Himalayas. The tribal people here have more similarity with those found in Burma, Thailand and Laos. During the British period, the Christian missionaries found the tribesmen an easy prey for conversion under the State patronage. The missionaries were the only people to get Inner Line Permits to enter the tribal areas. Although predominantly Christians, these hill men still follow their old customs and traditions akin to Hindus. The partition in 1947 was greatly responsible for the region’s separation from India, but the tourism has been recently promoted in the north-eastern states of India. Since 1972, Parliament of India has set up a North Eastern Council marking a new chapter of planned development of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura. Recently Sikkim has been added to the list.

The infinite variety of its geographic setting, topography, varied flora and fauna and avian life, rare orchids and butterflies, brightly painted monasteries, challenging rivers, the history of ancient traditions and lifestyles, its festivals and crafts make it a wonderful holiday destination. We look forward to welcome you in North East India !

The visited Places in North East

Arunachal Pradesh

Until recently, travel to Arunachal Pradesh was highly restricted to foreigners due to its proximity to China. However the Indian government relaxed permit requirements in 2008 and added five new tourist circuits, bringing the total number to 11. Perhaps the most superb tourist attraction in Arunachal Pradesh is Tawang Monastery. Perched at 10,000 feet above sea level, it overlooks the Tawang Valley near the border of Bhutan. The monastery is the largest Buddhist monasteries in India. It also has a fascinating collection of thangkas (Tibetan paintings). If you can, visit it during the Torgya Festival. Those who like white water rafting should try the stretch along the Kameng which passes through the Kameng Gorge. Himalayan River Runners has a November trip.

The north-eastern region of India is the most varied, but also the least visited by the foreign travelers. Before independence, the entire north-east was known as Assam Province. The North East is a frontier region in every sense. It has over 800 km of border with Burma and at least that distance again with China and Bhutan. But although the northern border runs through the easternmost extension of the Himalayas and the border to the south east with Burma also runs through mountain ranges, the north eastern hill states are a region of transition. Even Assam, now confined largely to the Brahmaputra Valley, is highly distinct.


Tripura is a small province of India in the cosy lap of the Himalayas. It is a small state but its smallest is mainly in its size and its population but not in varieties of nature. In fact, it is a wonderland of natural beauty with its sounding cataracts, deep valleys, running streams and rivers. Its forests also abound in wild animals like elephants, leopards, bears, wolves, deer  monkeys and apes. Apart from natural beauty, Tripura is also famous for its architectural  beauties of the historical building and the sculptures on their walls.

The dense wilderness of the forests provides a relief and release from the feeling of boredom of dull day to day life. It attracts the tourists to have an enjoyable outing amidst the woody greenery. They can also have a nice boating at moonlit nights on the rippling rivers like the Gomoti, the Bhairabi, the Dhalai, the Sonai, the Khowai etc. Those who do not want to enjoy the wild beauty of nature may visit the beautiful temples and palaces of Tripura. There are temple of Tripureswari at Matabari, Kasba Kalibari on the bank of Kamalsagar lake, Mahadebbari in Udaypur and Lakshminarayanbari in Agartala. The ruins of jagannath temple is also an attractive tourists spot. But the greatest attraction for the tourists is the Unakoti ruins beside the river Gomoti. Thousands of statues of the gods and goddesses are curved out on the stones of the hills by devoted unknown sculptors. Though they are mostly broken by the ravages of time, they do not lose their attractions for the tourists. The famous palaces Ujjayanta Palace and Neermahal Palace also offer magnificent sights till today.

Sikkim Tourist Places

The beautiful state of Sikkim, famous for its flora which is in full bloom during March-May offers around 600 species of orchids, 240 species of trees, 150 varieties of gladioli, 46 types of rhododendrons along with a variety of magnolias and many other foliage plants. Orchids, Gladioli, Roses, Cacti, Alpine Plants, Creepers, Climbers, Ferns and Herbs are the main flowers which displays in the flower show. Seminars and lectures organized by experts also can be attained in the show.

The tourists thronging the culturally and biologically rich state of Sikkim can include the following famous destinations in their tour itinerary. Government Institute of Cottage Industry A store house of authentic Sikkimese arts and handicrafts, the Government Institute of Cottage Industries was started during the time of the Chogyals of Sikkim. The institute producing and exhibiting beautiful souvenirs such as Carpets, Hand Carved Tables or Choktses, Traditional Handicrafts, Furniture and hand loomed carpets has gradually become one of the most sought after tourist attraction of Sikkim.

Jawaharlal Nehru Botanical Garden Located at an altitude ranging between1800 meters to 2200 meters, Jawaharlal Nehru Botanical Garden of Gangtok is 24 kms from the capital city. Established in the year 1987, the garden is characterized by lush forest of Oak and more than 50 different kinds of trees. A flower show of different varieties of flowers, orchids and other rare plants in Sikkim is very popular among tourist which held every summer during the peak flowering season. This spectacular event attracts people from all over the country.

Jawaharlal Nehru Botanical Garden in Sikkim




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