INR 3,200.00
Days: 1


Half Day Darjeeling Tour + Train Ride Up To Ghoom & Back-Darjeeling/West Bengal(DAR01)
  •  Darjeeling - Ghum - Darjeeling - Joy Ride by Toy Train
  • Darjeeling Kureseong - Darjeeling - Joy Ride by Toy Train -  
  • Some Local Sightseeing at Kuresong 

This is running from Darjeeling to Ghum and back to Darjeeling with a 10 minutes stoppage at Batasia loop and 30 minutes stoppage at Ghoom Museum and the fare includes entry fee of the Ghoom Museum. 

Composition :'3' First Class Coaches

Locomotive : 'B' Class Steam / Electric Locomotives


INR 1,450.00
Days: 1


Half Day Sightseeing Darjeeling /West Bengal(DAR02)
  • Visit 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, Natural History Museum, (Sunday Closed), Peace Pagoda,

 

Darjeeling - the name is derived from the Tibetian word 'Dorje' which means the precious stone or ecclesiastical sceptre, which is emblematic of the thunderbolt of Indra, and 'ling' - a place, hence the land of the thunderbolt. The sceptre of Indra is believed to have fallen at a place where now stands the Observatory Hill.

 

Blessed with a cool and bracing climate, and a panoramic view of the Himalayas, the world renowned hill resort of Darjeeling is a welcome respite during the hot summer months.

Situated at 2134 m above sea level, Darjeeling was acquired by the British from the Raja of Sikkim as a gift around a hundred and fifty years ago, and developed it as a rest and recreational center for their troops. Today the town retains many of the legacies of the British Government.


INR 1,450.00
Days: 1


Early Morning Execursion to Tiger Hill / Ghoom Monastery Darjeeling /West Bengal(DAR03)
  • Enjoy Sunrise at Tiger Hill
  • Visit Ghoom Monastery

Darjeeling - the name is derived from the Tibetian word 'Dorje' which means the precious stone or ecclesiastical sceptre, which is emblematic of the thunderbolt of Indra, and 'ling' - a place, hence the land of the thunderbolt. The sceptre of Indra is believed to have fallen at a place where now stands the Observatory Hill.

Blessed with a cool and bracing climate, and a panoramic view of the Himalayas, the world renowned hill resort of Darjeeling is a welcome respite during the hot summer months.

Situated at 2134 m above sea level, Darjeeling was acquired by the British from the Raja of Sikkim as a gift around a hundred and fifty years ago, and developed it as a rest and recreational center for their troops. Today the town retains many of the legacies of the British Government.


INR 1,800.00
Days: 1


Half Day Tea Garden Tour Ex. Darjeeling / West Bengal(DAR04)
  • Visit Tukvar Tea Estate & Happy Valley Tea estate 

Darjeeling is the legendary British hill station perched in the foothills of the Himalayas. Located in the northern extreme of the Indian state of West Bengal, Darjeeling is just east of Nepal, just south of Sikkim, and a bit west and south of Bhutan. It is most famous for its once magnificent tea estates. Despite a steady and inexorable decline since independence, roughly a half century ago, these estates still produce a substantial

For rail enthusiasts, however, Darjeeling is better known for its "Toy Train." This famous narrow gauge steam railway plies its way from Siliguri in the plains below up to Ghoom and Darjeeling in the hills. For more information you can visit the site of Darjeeling Himalayan Railway at


INR 1,800.00
Days: 1


Excursion to Rock Garden Ex. Darjeeling /West Bengal(DAR05)
  • Visit Rock Garden

 

Darjeeling - the name is derived from the Tibetian word 'Dorje' which means the precious stone or ecclesiastical sceptre, which is emblematic of the thunderbolt of Indra, and 'ling' - a place, hence the land of the thunderbolt. The sceptre of Indra is believed to have fallen at a place where now stands the Observatory Hill.

 

Blessed with a cool and bracing climate, and a panoramic view of the Himalayas, the world renowned hill resort of Darjeeling is a welcome respite during the hot summer months.

Situated at 2134 m above sea level, Darjeeling was acquired by the British from the Raja of Sikkim as a gift around a hundred and fifty years ago, and developed it as a rest and recreational center for their troops. Today the town retains many of the legacies of the British Government.


INR 3,000.00
Days: 1


Excursions Full Day Tour to Mirik Lake Ex. Darjeeling /West Bengal(DAR06)
  • Visit Mirik is centered round Sumendu Lake and is known for its landscaped gardens, tea gardens, orange orchards, cardamom groves

     

MIRIK: Mirik a nest in the hills, is West Bengal’s one of the hill resort at an altitude of 1767 metres with its own special charms – 49 km. from Darjeeling and 52 km. from Siliguri. 1.25 km. long lake is fed by perennial streams. A floating fountain in the middle of the lake is a joy for ever and very often you may find the glory of Kanchenjunga reflected in the lake waters. A rich forest of thousands of Cryptomaria – Japanica trees clothe the slopes on the west. A 3.5 km. zig-zag footwalk takes you along the lake – a sleek foot bridge connects the garden on the east with the woods on the west. Alone or in company, you are sure to enjoy a boat-ride in the lake.


INR 28,000.00
Days: 3
Night: 2


2 Night 3 days Heritage Experience Package - at Windamere Hotel - Darjeeling - West Bengal(DAR07)
  • Enjoy stay at Windamere Hotel - Darjeeling - West Bengal
  • Package With Hotel Only. 

Windamere Hotel - Darjeeling - West Bengal: Rated at #3 by the Asia Pacific National Geographic Passport Magazine as being one of their “Top 10 Colonial Hotels in the Asia Pacific” and receiving a high listing in ‘The Sunday Times London’ in their article ‘The World’s Best Colonial Hotels’ is the charming Colonial Hotel in the Himalayas “WelcomHeritage Windamere” in Darjeeling.


This exquisite hotel dates way back to the 18th Century and the times of the British Raj Tea Planters. Experience the ambience as it was then, decades ago with the roaring coal fires, hot water bottles in the bed and huge closets and also epitomizing unparalleled warm service from the staff. Nestled beautifully in wonderfully blooming gardens with delectable Indian and Continental cuisine served, it’s a true rejuvenation retreat.

Visit the famous Mount Kanchenjunga at Dawn and the Himalyan Zoo while gazing at its tigers and other rare creatures or experience the relaxing therapeutic massage at the “Well being centre” at the WelcomHeritage Windamere, Darjeeling.

WelcomHeritage Windamere, an enchanting colonial hotel was initially established as a boarding house for single English and Scottish Tea Planters around the year 1800. All the houses on the ‘Observatory Hill’ were formerly British Raj Boarding Houses and are made exactly the same as they were long time back. It was then converted into a hotel just before the outbreak of the Second World War. During the first National Awards Ceremony for outstanding hotels held in September 1994,the Prime Minister presented WelcomHeritage Windamere with an Award for Excellence as a Heritage Hotel of India.