Day 1:- Kolkata

upon arrival in Kolkata you will meet with Maco Travel Representative later transferred to your hotel. Kolkata is an important commercial and cultural point in East India. In the 17th century the Nawab of Bengal granted the East India Company a trading license. Kolkata was the Capital of India till 1911 under the British rule after which the Capital was shifted to Delhi. Kolkata is also called as the City of Joy and also the Cultural Capital of India. The Bengalis of Kolkata are known to be educated cultured and soft spoken. The sweets of Kolkata are world famous specially sweets made from milk. Durga Puja is celebrated with a lot of show and pomp. Bengal was home of famous personalities like Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay Rabindranath Tagore Iswar Chandra Vidyasagar Swami Vivekananda Chaitanya Ramakrishna Prabhupada Paramahansa Yogananda etc. Overnight at Kolkata 

Day 2:- Kolkata

Morning after breakfast city tour of Kolkata visit most important Jain Temple dedicated to Parasvanath the 23rd Jain Tirthankara. Devout Jains from all parts of India flock to the Temple precincts all round the year. The complex consists of four temples inside it. The deity of Lord Sitalnathji is seated in the sanctum sanctorum and his diamondstudded forehead is a major attraction. You will continue with your tour visiting the Victoria Memorial which is one of India's most beautiful monuments built between 1906 and 1921 in white marble. The memorial was the inspiration of Lord Curzon who in 1901 felt that his lately departed Queen Empress required a suitable monument to her memory. It houses paintings manuscripts and other objects of historic value in its Museum and Art Gallery (Closed on Mondays & National Holidays).

after visiting above drive past Howrah Bridge Dalhousie Square Fort Williams Secretariat Building and Old Court House Street. Dalhousie Square named in the memory of Lord Dalhousie who was the Governor General of India from 1847 to 1856. But it was renamed as BBD Bagh (Binoy Badal and Dinesh) three patriotic sons of Bengal who attained martyrdom during India's struggle for independence. The Dalhousie Square is surrounded by some of Kolkata's most enduring Rajera monuments like the magnificent GPO (General Post Office) the regal Raj Bhawan the Town Hall the St. John's Church and the Gothic style Writer's Building. In terms of heritage no other city square is as rich as Dalhousie Square. Overnight Kolkata

Day 3:- Darjeeling


Morning after breakfast  transferred to Kolkata airport to board Bagdogra flight. On your arrival in Bagdogra  drive to Darjeeling by road. Darjeeling is known to be a wonderful hill station worldwide for its everlasting wonderfulness and rich green tea gardens. This enchanting land offers the visitors with picturesque beauty and excellence with flawless components of nature. The nearby monasteries represent the culture of the Lepcha community. The society its custom mountain crests fauna lavish green valleys slopes the sanctuaries waterways all are important part of the beauty of the nature. It is a quite perfect and most delightful holiday place for nature lovers. The excellent and the salubrious atmosphere fill the travelers with freshness. There are numerous engaging places to visit and the nature in this part of the country has an enchanting effect. It is truly a paradise for people who need to break from the regular life. Overnight at hotel.

Day 4:- Darjeeling

Darjeeling visit to Tiger Hill and Ghoom Monastery early in the morning. From the Tiger Hill on a clear day you will witness a beautiful sunrise Kanchandzonga and Mount Everest. If there are no clouds you can see the horizon changing colors before the sunrise and then the entire mountain stretch turns golden. The beautiful sight will be embedded in your mind for life. On your return you will be visiting Ghoom Monastery which is the oldest Monastery built in 1875. later return back to hotel have morning breakfast at hotel later will be visiting Tukvar Tea Estate. The lavish green tea gardens are the primary attractions of this charming hilly region. The sweet smelling tea leaves of the surrounding tea garden add a mesmerizing effect to nature. There is no processing on Mondays and also during winter which is from middle of November till March as there is no plucking or processing of tea. Tea grown in this area of Darjeeling known as the Champagne of Tea is famous world over for its taste. The best Darjeeling teas are mild and have a distinctive fruity flavor. You will be witnessing the different steps in the manufacturing of tea at the Tukvar Tea Estate.

Afternoon visit Mountaineering Institute and Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park (Closed on Thursdays).The Mountaineering Institute was started to give training for Mountaineering and other adventure sports and one can see equipment used by Tenzing Norgay.You can visit the Himalayan Zoological Park to see the Snow Leopard Tibetan Wolf Tibetan Yak Himalayan Black Bear and several varieties of birds. Also visit the Refugee Centre (Closed on Sundays) run by Tibetan Refugees to preserve their handicrafts. Here you can observe the making of Tibetan CarpetsL eather work Paintings and Wooden work etc. Overnight is in Darjeeling

Afternoon visit Himalayan Mountaineering Institute and Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park (Closed on Thursdays). The Mountaineering Institute was started to give training for Mountaineering and other adventure sports and one can see equipment used by Tenzing Norgay. You can visit the Himalayan Zoological Park to see the Snow Leopard Tibetan Wolf Tibetan Yak Himalayan Black Bear and several varieties of birds. Also visit the Refugee Centre (Closed on Sundays) run by Tibetan Refugees to preserve their handicrafts. Here you can observe the making of Tibetan Carpets Leather work Paintings and Wooden work etc. Overnight is in Darjeeling

Day 5:- Pemayangtse

Darjeeling--> Pemayangste

Morning after breakfast drive from Darjeeling to Pemayangste. Pemayangtse the second oldest city of Sikkim is located in the Pelling region towards west of Sikkim and was established at the period of the third generation of the Chogyal Chador Namgyal in the year 1705. The term Pemayangtse literally means an ideal sublime lotus that symbolizes one of the four retes in human body. You will mesmerized by the ambience of the place. At the backdrop one can see snowcapped and lush green valleys and mountains covered with dense forest.

Afternoon city tour of Pemayangtse , visit the Pemayangtse Monastery built in the 17th century which is at a great height and is the second oldest monastery. This monastery is one of the most important monasteries and is the only one where the monks of this monastery enjoy the title of Tasang or pure monks. The view from this place of the Kanchandzonga range is quite beautiful. The monastery belongs to the order of the Nyigma and first level of monastery has outstanding sculptures ancient scrolls and paintings with various statues of the eight incarnations of Padmasammbhava from a seven layered structure made up of wood depicting heavenly abode of the Guru Rinpoche. Overnight in Pemayangtse.

Day 6:- Gangtok


Morning after breakfast drive from Pemayangste to Gangtok by road. Gangtok is the capital and the largest city of Sikkim and has been populated by Nepalese Lepcha and Bhutias and means Hill Top. The Sikkims ruler Tutor Namgyal shifted the capital to Gangtok from Tumlong in 1894. Gangtok is a centre of Buddhist learning and culture and boasts of several monasteries. In the 19th century Gangtok was an important centre for trading between the Tibetans and the British. The borders to Tibet were closed for trading in 1962 due to the war between India and China. Rest of your day is at leisure. Overnight in Gangtok.

Day 7:- Gangtok

Morning after breakfast city  tour of Gangtok visit Namgyal Institute of Tibetology (Closed on Sunday) and Do Drul Chorten Rumtek Monastery. The Tibetology built in a traditional style in 1958 lies amidst a serene surrounding of oak birch and ash and promotes research in Mahayana Buddhism and the traditions of Tibet. It has large collections of rare books and manuscripts on Mahayana Buddhism. The two exquisite stupas Do Drul Chorten were built to celebrate the victory of good over the evil. Near by two giant statues of Lord Buddha and Guru Padmasammbhava are housed also known as Guru Rinpoche the patron saint of Sikkim.Rumtek Monastery is the worlds Dharma chakra Centre and the seat of His Holiness the Gyalwa Karmapa  head of the Kagyupa order of Buddhism. Behind the monastery is the well decorated Karmae Nalanda Institute of Buddhist Studies. Opposite the entrance is a small hall featuring a beautiful jewel studded Chorten the Golden Stupa containing the ashes and remains of His Holiness the xvi Gyalwa Karmapa. It is said that the first Karmapa was visited by fairies who came to congratulate him each offered a strand of her hair as a gift. The hair was woven into a black hat and is still at the Rumtek Monastery today. It is said that unless held on to by the wearer (who cannot be anyone else but the Karmapa) or kept in a box the hat would fly away.

Enchey Monastery is perched on a ridge above Gangtok the Enchey Monastery is nestled within lush woods with a spectacular view of Gangtok town. Built in 1910 on the site of the hermitage of the great tantric saint Lama Droop Karoo who was renowned for his powers of levitation this monastery houses the monks of the Nyigma Order of Tibetan Buddhism. Your visit continues and you will be taken to the Directorate of handloom and handicrafts which was set up to promote traditional Sikkimese art and handicrafts. Exquisitely carved wooden friezes intricate bamboo work along with beautiful hand woven carpets and handlooms are on exhibit here. Watching the artisans at work is quite interesting. Overnight is in Gangtok.

Day 8:- Kolkata


Morning after breakfast drive from Gangtok to Bagdogra airport to board flight for Kolkata flight. en route visit of Sikkim comes to an end. Sikkim means new house and Kanchenjunga the worlds thirdhighest peak is located on Sikkims border. The original inhabitants were the Lepcha and it is said that Guru Rinpoche introduced Buddhism in 8th century. In 1642 Sikkims Namgyal dynasty was established and for the next 150 years Sikkim was attacked by the Nepalese rulers quite frequently. It allied itself with British in the 19th century and in 1975 it merged with India. Presently Sikkim also has the only open land border between India and China. On your arrival in Kolkata you will be transferred to your hotel. Overnight is in Kolkata.

Day 9:- Puri

Kolkata-->Bhubaneshwar--> Puri.

Morning after breakfast transferre to Kolkata airport to board flight for Bhubaneshwar. On your arrival in Bhubaneshwar you will be transferred to Puri by road. On your arrival checkin at your hotel. Rest of the time is at leisure in Puri to discover this religious town. Puri is one of the holiest places for Hindus and has many names like Jagannath Puri Srikshetra Shankhakshetra Purusottama Puri Neelachala Neeladri etc. Puri has one of the four Mathas (Hindu monastery) established by Adi Shankaracharya. The others are at Jyotirmath Sringeri and Dwarika. Overnight is in Puri.

Day 10:- Puri

Morning after breakfast sight seeing tour of Puri will take you to the various temples of Puri. Puri is the only shrine where Radha Lakshmi Durga Parvati Sati and Shakti abode with Krishna. Thousand of pilgrims flock to Puri every year to participate in the Ratha Yatra (Festival of Chariots). Every Hindu would like to make a pilgrimage tour to four temples town at least once in his life and Puri is one of them and the other three are Badrinath Dwarika and Rameshwaram. Shree Lokanath Temple is where Lord Shiva hid himself from Shani in a pond and the Shivalinga is partially submerged. Afternoon is at lesiure for more visits or to visit the beach. Overnight is in Puri.

Day 11:- Bhubaneshwar


Morning after breakfast drive by road from Puri to Konark. Konark is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is famous for its Sun Temple of 13the century also known as the Black Pagoda as it was built in black granite. The name Konark comes from the Sanskrit words Kona (angle) and Arka (Sun) and is dedicated to Surya the Sun God. The Temple is designed as a huge chariot of the Surya with twelve pairs of wheels some of them 3 meters wide and pulled by seven horses. Konark is home to the Konark Dance Festival devoted to the classical Indian dance forms including Odissi. After the visit of Konark you will proceed to Bhubaneshwar. Afternoon is at leisure. Overnight is in Bhubaneshwar.

Day 12:- Bhubaneshwar

Morning after breakfast sight seeing tour of Bhubaneshwar will take you to the different ancient temples. Bhubaneshwar is the capital of Odisha and has a history of over 3000 years. Bhubaneswar gets its name from Tribhubaneswar meaning the Shiva who is the Lord of the Three World and was mentioned during the Kalinga War where Emperor Ashoka was shocked with the brutalities of war and shifted to Buddhism. Bhubaneswar due to the Oriya cinema industry is called as dubbed Ollywood. The world famous Odissi classical dance originated from this place. Odissi is the oldest classical dance forms of India and can be traced to the ancient temples. Bhubaneswar known as the Temple City of India had over a thousand temples and some of the important temples are Lingered Temple Muktesvara Temple Rajarani Temple and Ananta Vasudeva Temple.Overnight at hotel

Day 13:- Delhi

In time transfer to Bhubaneshwar airport to board flight for Delhi.On your arrival at Delhi stay in transit later connect to your return/onwards flight.

Northeast India consists of Seven Sister States, Sikkim and north eastern part of West Bengal. This article mentions various tourist attractions 



Kolkata DarjeelingàPemayangasteàGangtokàKolkataàPuriàBhubaneshwaràDelhi  



Day 01 : KolkataDay 02 : Kolkata

Day 03 : KolkataàBagdograàDarjeeling

Day 04 : Darjeeling

Day 05 : Darjeelingà Pemayangste 

Day 06 : Pemayangste à Gangtok 

Day 07 : Gangtok 

Day 08 : GangtokàBagdograàKolkata

Day 09 : KolkataàBhubaneshwar

Day 10 : BhubaneshwaràPuri 

Day 11 : Purià Bhubaneshwar 

Day 12 : Bhubaneshwar 

Day 13 : Bhubaneshwar à Delhi



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