Gangtok Summer Package visiting places

Gangtok Summer Package visiting places

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Package includes Luxury Accommodation on twin sharing basis ( Bed & Breakfast )
+ Transportation(non-Ac car)
Visiting place:-
Day 1 : Pick up from NJP and Proceed to Gangtok by exclusive car, Check in hotel at 2 pm approx)... . Over night stay in hotel.
Day 2 :This is full day excursion to Tsomgo Lake by car ( Max) .The Tsomgo Lake is a tranquil lake considered by the Buddhists to be a holy lake. (departure in the morning)- situated at a height of 3,780 mts. with an average depth of 50 ft. The cool water of the Lake is perfectly attuned with the scenic beauty around. Visit Baba Mandir,. Return Back to Gangtok. Evening free for shopping Over night stay in hotel.
DAY 3 : After breakfast drive for full day local sight seeings by car.
Day 4 : After breakfast check out and drive to Pelling . Check in hotel. Enjoy half day local sight seeings .Over night stay in hotel.
Day 5 : After breakfast Full day pelling sight seeing .(Kecheopalri Lake and Monastry, Pemayangtse Monastery, Sangachoeling Monastery, Kanchan ghangha water falls Rabdentse Ruins, solar factory or solar power generating factory ) Night stay in hotel.
Day 6 : After breakfast check out hotel and drive to NJP (7 hrs.) Drop at NJP . Over night train journey.

Cost : 7200/- per person in group of 6
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Package Includes :

    Sleeper class train fare ( AC extra)
    Accommodation in double bedded room with breakfast in standard hotel
    All food
    Exclusive car from NJP to NJP .
    ALL INTER TRANSFER & SIGHTSEENS by exclusive car

Package EXCLUDES :

    Entry fees
    Guide Charges
    Mineral Water
    Personal expenses
 

 

Gangtok Summer Package visiting places:

Gangtok:

 

Gangtok is the capital of Sikkim. It is an incomparable hill resort of northeast regions of India and it is doubtlessly one of the most frequently visited places in India. Gangtok is situated on the ridge of a hillock at an altitude of 1,700 metre.

It is very widely known and esteemed for its scenic beauty and striking views of the mount Kanchenjunga, 3rd highest peak in the world. The hill resort is about 110 km from Siliguri and it is very well linked with other important places of this region.

With various cultures and religions thriving in perfect concord, Gangtok has proved that 'unity in diversity' exists in Sikkim. Sikkimeses possess firm bonding with their antique customs and traditions. Gangtok is emphatically not behind the rest of the places in the world in terms of modernization and urbanization. The town has broad roads, discothèques, educational institutes, fast-food centres, flyovers, posh markets, state-of-art hospital, and all other advanced and modern comforts that the heart can want for.

The important destinations present around Gangtok are Darjeeling (94 km), Dzongri, Kalimpong (80 km), Nathula (56 km), Pelling (125 km), Ravangla, Siliguri (110 km), Yuksom, and Yumthang.

So many hotels are available in Gangtok. Some of the super deluxe hotels, which offer wonderful boarding and lodging facility, are Hotel Norkhil, Orange Village, and Hotel Royal Plaza. Soft woolen aprons in summer, warm aprons in winter, and a handy umbrella would be very useful to the visitors.

Tsomgo Lake and Baba Mandir:

Tsomgo Lake - Tsogmo Lake or Changu Lake is a glacial lake in the East Sikkim, India, approximately 40 kilometers / 25 miles away from Gangtok at altitude of nearly 3780 meters / 12400 feet. The road to Nathu La passes the lake on north side. The Chinese border crossing is only some 5 Indian Postal Service released a commemorative stamp on the lake on 6th November, 2006. Average depth of the lake is 15 meters / 50 feet and the Coordinates are 27° 22′ 31″ N 88° 45′ 50″ E. In Bhutia language it literally known as source of the lake and is situated 2 hours drive from Gangtok, the capital of the state. The lake is about a kilometer is length and oval in shape. It is considered sacred by the local people and it applies to most of the high altitude lake in Sikkim. Home of brahminy ducks, red panda and various species of birds. It's cool, placid water harmonizes with the scenic beauty around. A small temple of lord Siva is constructed on the lake side. This lake remains frozen during then blooms, including the rhododendrons, various species of primulas, blue and yellow poppies, irises etc. The Tsomgo lake derives its water from the melting snow on the mountains around. River Lungtze Chu originates from the Tsomgo lake Sikkim and meets the Rangpo-chu further down its course. During the olden days lamas used to study the colour of the water of the lake and forecast the future. If the waters of the Tsomgo lake had a dark tinge, it foreshadowed a period of difficult time and unrest in the region. The lake has a trout’s and among them is the rainbow trout and if one is lucky you may catch a glimpse at them.
 Baba Mandir – "Baba" Harbhajan Singh (August 3, 1941 – October 4, 1968) was an Indian army soldier who died near the Nathula Pass in India. He was revered by the soldiers of the Indian army who have built a shrine in his honour near the Lake at an altitude of around 4000 meters / 13123 feet. Legend has it that he appeared in a dream a few days after he went missing while patrolling the border, and expressed a desire that a monument be built his memory. His fellow soldiers then built a monument that has over the years acquired the status of a pilgrimage centre. Believers leave a bottle to be collected a week later to be used for its healing powers.
 
 

Pelling:

Pelling is a small town that is situated in the state of Sikkim in the West Sikkim region. The town is a laid back place and it attracts travelers from different parts of the country. Pelling is located near the foothills of Kanchenjunga and one can witness an outstanding view of the mountain from here. There are numerous scenic spots that one can visit in the area. The main attractions in the place are the monasteries that dot the countryside. Visiting these tranquil monasteries is a good way to spend time in the region. Some of the main places are Pemayansgtse Monastery and Sangachoeling Monastery. There are many sculptures and paintings that you can find in these places and they are not crowded. One can get a panoramic view from the Sangachoeling Monastery. If you are visiting during the month of January, you can see a dance called Cham in the Pemayansgtse Monastery.

The Sangay Waterfall is situated 10 kilometers from the town of Pelling and this is a good picnic spot. Another interesting place is the Kchehepalri Lake. The lake is present amidst dense forests and it is considered to be a holy place. It might also be worth checking the Rabdantsey Ruins.
 

Kecheopalri Lake and Monastry:

Khecheopalri Lake, originally known as Kha-Chot-Palri (meaning the heaven of Padmasambhava), is a sacred Lake for both Buddhists and Hindus, which is believed to be a wish fulfilling lake. It is located near Khecheopalri village, 147 kilometres (91 mi) west of Gangtok and 34 kilometres (21 mi) to the northwest of Pelling town in the West Sikkim district of the Northeastern Indian state of Sikkim. The local name for the lake is Sho Dzo Sho, which means "Oh Lady, Sit Here". The popularly known name of the lake, considering its location is Khecheopalri Lake, ensconced in the midst of the Khechoedpaldri hill, which is also considered a sacred hill.

The Saint Thaddeus Monastery (Armenian:- Sourb Tadeos Vank; Azerbaijani and Persian: قره‌ کلیسا‎ or Ghareh Keliseh, literally "The Black Church") is an ancient Armenian monastery located in the mountainous area of Iran's West Azerbaijan Province, about 20 kilometers from the town ofMaku.

 

Pemayangtse Monastery, Sangachoeling Monastery:

The Pemayangtse Monastery is a Buddhist monastery in Pemayangtse, near Pelling in the northeastern Indian state of Sikkim, located 140 kilometres (87 mi) west of Gangtok.[1] Planned, designed and founded by Lama Lhatsun Chempo in 1705, it is one of the oldest and premier monasteries of Sikkim. It is not only one of the oldest monasteries of Sikkim but also the most famous in west Sikkim.[1][2] Originally built by Lhatsun Chenpo in the 17th century, as a small Lhakhang, it was subsequently enlarged during the reign of the third Chogyal Chakdor Namgyal who was considered as Lhatsun Chenpo's third reincarnate, Jigme Pawo. The monastery follows the Nyingma Order of Tibet Buddhism and controls all other monasteries of that Order in Sikkim. The monks of this monastery are normally chosen from the Bhutias of Sikkim.

The Sanga Choeling Monastery, also spelt Sange Choeling Monastery, established in the 17th century by Lama Lhatsun Chempo, is one of the oldest monasteries in the Northeast Indian state of Sikkim. The literal meaning of Sanga Choeling is the “island of esoteric teaching”. The Monastery is located on a ridge top above Pelling at a distance of 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) from Pemayangtse Monastery and is accessed by walking the steep hilly track of 4 kilometres (2.5 mi), which traverses through rich forest cover

Kanchan ghangha water falls Rabdentse Ruins:

alimpong is a quiet and picturesque hill station of West Bengal on the banks of the River Teesta. It is located at the foothills of the Himalayas at an altitude of 1250 m, adjacent to the state of Sikkim and very close to Darjeeling and Gangtok. The small town is inhabited by Nepali, Bhutanese, Bengali and Tibetan population which can be witnessed in its fusion culture and heritage. Surrounded by immense natural beauty, Kalimpong is dotted with tea and Orchid Gardens, Monasteries and Colonial Cottages.
The Interested Places Around the Town:
* Panoramic snow views * Thongsha Gumpa * Zong Dog Palri Fo-Brang Monastery * Tharpa Choling Monastery: Belongs to the Gelukpa Sect. Built in 1937. * Nature Interpretation Centre.* Colonial Bungalows: Built by British wool traders during the "Raj" period, located on Rinkingpong and Hill Top Roads. These include Sewa Sadan,Crockety, Galingka, Morgan House, Tashiding, Ringking Farm. of these, Morgan House and Tashiding, now Government Tourist Lodges can be viewed. * Army Golf Club * St.Teresa Church * Mangal Dham: Mangal DasJi. The samadhi of the Guruji is located within the temple. * Dr. Graham's Homes Campus * Delo View Point.a

solar factory or solar power generating factory:

The concept of creating power, not just using it, is vitally important. One way of creating power is to use sunlight as an energy source, to generate solar power. The Narashino Division has solar power systems for a maximum generation capacity of 130kW in total with arrays of 168 and 480 solar panels for generating 30kW and 100kW, respectively. We use it within the factory, together with electricity bought from the power utility. We can check the amount of solar power generation in real time using the “Eco Energy Generation Monitor”, and that has raised our awareness of saving energy in the factory to a new level. Limitless, clean sunlight is essential as an environmentally conscious, non-fossil energy source to support ecological efforts in this factory.

 

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