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DARJEELING WITH MALOTI TOURS AND TRAVELS.The name Darjeeling comes from the Tibetan words “Dorje”, which is the thunderbolt sceptre of the Hindu deity Indra, and “ling, which means "a place" or "land".
Main article: History of Darjeeling

Bringing in the Darjeeling tea harvest, circa 1890.

the King of Sikkim in Darjeeling about 1900
The history of Darjeeling is intertwined with that of Nepal, Sikkim, British India, and Bhutan. Until the early 19th century, the hilly area around Darjeeling was controlled by the Kingdom of Sikkim[5] with the settlement consisting of a few villages of the Lepcha and Kirati people.[6] The Chogyal of Sikkim had been engaged in unsuccessful warfare against the Gorkhas of Nepal. From 1780, the Gorkhas made several attempts to capture the entire region of Darjeeling. By the beginning of the 19th century, they had overrun Sikkim as far eastward as the Teesta River and had conquered and annexed the Terai and the entire area now belonged to Nepal.[7] In the meantime, the British were engaged in preventing the Gorkhas from over-running the whole of the northern frontier. The Anglo-Gorkha war broke out in 1814, which resulted in the defeat of the Gorkhas and subsequently led to the signing of the Sugauli Treaty in 1816. According to the treaty, Nepal had to cede all those territories which the Gorkhas had annexed from the Chogyal of Sikkim to the British East India Company (i.e. the area between Mechi River and Teesta River). Later in 1817, through the Treaty of Titalia, the British East India Company reinstated the Chogyal of Sikkim, restored all the tracts of land between the River Mechi and the River Teesta to the Chogyal of Sikkim and guaranteed his sovereignty.[8]
In 1828, a delegation of the British East India Company (BEIC) officials on its way to the Nepal-Sikkim border stayed in Darjeeling and decided that the region was a suitable site for a sanatorium for British soldiers.[9][10] The company negotiated a lease of the area west of the Mahananda River from the Chogyal of Sikkim in 1835.[11] In 1849, the BEIC Superintendent Archibald Campbell and the explorer and botanist Joseph Dalton Hooker were imprisoned in the region by the Sikkim Chogyal. The BEIC sent a force to free them. Continued friction between the BEIC and the Sikkim authorities resulted in the annexation of 640 square miles (1,700 km2) of territory by the British in 1850. In 1864, the Bhutanese rulers and the British signed the Treaty of Sinchula that ceded the passes leading through the hills and Kalimpong to the British.[8]Further discord between Sikkim and the British resulted in a war, culminating in the signing of a treaty and the annexation by the British of the area east of the Teesta River in 1865.[12] By 1866, Darjeeling district had assumed its current shape and size, covering an area of 1,234 square miles (3,200 km2).[8]

A view of the Darjeeling War Memorial, located at the Batasia Loopof the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway. Kangchenjunga is visible in the background.
During the British Raj, Darjeeling's temperate climate led to its development as a hill station for British residents seeking to escape the summer heat of the plains. The development of Darjeeling as a sanatorium and health resort proceeded briskly.[6] Arthur Campbell, a surgeon with the Company, and Lieutenant Robert Napier were responsible for establishing a hill station there. Campbell's efforts to develop the station, attract immigrants to cultivate the slopes and stimulate trade resulted in a hundredfold increase in the population of Darjeeling between 1835 and 1849.[8][13] The first road connecting the town with the plains was constructed between 1839 and 1842.[6][13] In 1848, a military depot was set up for British soldiers, and the town became a municipality in 1850.[13] Commercial cultivation of tea in the district began in 1856, and induced a number of British planters to settle there.[9] Darjeeling became the formal summer capital of the Bengal Presidency after 1864.[14] Scottish missionaries undertook the construction of schools and welfare centres for the British residents, laying the foundation for Darjeeling's notability as a centre of education. The opening of the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway in 1881 further hastened the development of the region.[15] In 1899, Darjeeling was rocked by major landslides that caused severe damage to the town and the native population.[16]

Map of the station and its environs, ca 1914
Under the British Raj, the Darjeeling area was initially a "Non-Regulation District", a scheme of administration applicable to economically less advanced districts in the British India; acts and regulations of the British Raj did not automatically apply to the district in line with rest of the country. In 1919, the area was declared a "backward tract".[17] During the Indian independence movement, the Non-cooperation movementspread through the tea estates of Darjeeling.[18] There was also a failed assassination attempt by revolutionaries on Sir John Anderson, the Governor of Bengal in 1934.[19] Subsequently, during the 1940s, Communist activists continued the nationalist movement against the British by mobilising the plantation workers and the peasants of the district.[20]

Darjeeling view, 1880
Socio-economic problems of the region that had not been addressed during British Raj continued to linger and were reflected in a representation made to the Constituent Assembly of India in 1947, which highlighted the issues of regional autonomy and Nepali nationality in Darjeeling and adjacent areas.[20] After the independence of India in 1947, Darjeeling was merged with the state of West Bengal. A separate district of Darjeeling was established consisting of the hill towns of Darjeeling, Kurseong, Kalimpong and some parts of the Terai region. While the hill population comprised mainly ethnic Nepalis, the plains harboured a large ethnic Bengali population who were refugees from the Partition of India.[21] A cautious and non-receptive response by the West Bengal government to most demands of the ethnic Nepali population led to increased calls, in the 1950s and 1960s, for Darjeeling's autonomy and for the recognition of the Nepali language; the state government acceded to the latter demand in 1961.[22]
The creation of a new state of Sikkim in 1975, along with the reluctance of the Government of India to recognise Nepali as an official language under the Constitution of India, brought the issue of a separate state of Gorkhaland to the forefront.[23] Agitation for a separate state continued through the 1980s,[24] included violent protests during the 1986–88 period. The agitation ceased only after an agreement between the government and the Gorkha National Liberation Front (GNLF), resulting in the establishment of an elected body in 1988 called the Darjeeling Gorkha Hill Council (DGHC), which received autonomy to govern the district. Though Darjeeling became peaceful, the issue of a separate state lingered, fuelled in part by the lack of comprehensive economic development in the region even after the formation of the DGHC.[25] New protests erupted in 2008–09, but both the Union and State governments rejected Gorkha Janmukti Morcha's (GJM) demand for a separate state.[26] In July 2011, a pact was signed between GJM, the Government of West Bengal and the Government of India which includes the formation of a new autonomous, elected Gorkhaland Territorial Administration (GTA), a hill council endowed with more powers than its predecessor Darjeeling Gorkha Hill Council.[27]

View of Kanchengjunga as seen from Darjeeling
Darjeeling is the main town of the Sadar subdivision and also the headquarters of the district. It is located at an elevation of 6,700 ft (2,000 m)[1] in the Darjeeling Himalayan hill region on the Darjeeling-Jalapahar range that originates in the south from Ghum. The range is Y-shaped with the base resting at Katapahar and Jalapahar and two arms diverging north of the Observatory Hill. The north-eastern arm dips suddenly and ends in the Lebong spur, while the north-western arm passes through North Point and ends in the valley near Tukver Tea Estate.[28] The hills are nestled within higher peaks and the snow-clad Himalayan ranges tower over the town in the distance. Kanchenjunga, the world's third-highest peak, 8,598 m (28,209 ft) high, is the most prominent mountain visible. In days clear of clouds, Nepal's Mount Everest, 29,035 ft (8,850 m) high, can be seen.[29]
The hills of Darjeeling are part of the Lesser Himalaya. The soil is chiefly composed of sandstone and conglomerate formations, which are the solidified and upheaved detritus of the great range of Himalaya. However, the soil is often poorly consolidated (the permeable sediments of the region do not retain water between rains) and is not considered suitable for agriculture. The area has steep slopes and loose topsoil, leading to frequent landslides during the monsoons. According to the Bureau of Indian Standards, the town falls under seismic zone-IV, (on a scale of I to V, in order of increasing proneness to earthquakes) near the convergent boundary of the Indian and the Eurasian tectonic plates and is subject to frequent earthquakes.[29]
[hide]Climate data for Darjeeling (1901–2000)


Average high °C (°F)

Daily mean °C (°F)

Average low °C (°F)

Average precipitation mm (inches)

Source #1: Indian Meteorological Department.[30]

Source #2: (mean temperatures)[31]

Darjeeling has a temperate climate (Köppen: Cwb,[31] subtropical highland climate) with wet summers caused by monsoon rains.[32] The annual mean maximum temperature is 14.9 °C (58.8 °F) while the mean minimum temperature is 8.9 °C (48.0 °F),[1] with monthly mean temperatures ranging from 6 to 18 °C (43 to 64 °F).[31] The lowest temperature recorded was −5 °C (23 °F) on 11 February 1905.[1] The average annual precipitation is 309.2 cm (121.7 in), with an average of 126 days of rain in a year.[1] The highest rainfall occurs in July.[30][31] The heavy and concentrated rainfall that is experienced in the region, aggravated by deforestation and haphazard planning, often causes devastating landslides, leading to loss of life and property.[33][34] Though not very common, but the town receives snow at least once during two winter months of December and January.[35]

Sikkim with Maloti tours and travels(/ˈsɪkɪm/) is a state in Northeast India. It borders The Autonomous Region Of Tibet in its north and east, Bhutan in its east, Nepal in its west and the Indian state of West Bengal in its south. Sikkim is also located close to the Siliguri Corridor near Bangladesh. Sikkim is the least populous and second smallest among the Indian states. A part of the Eastern Himalaya, Sikkim is notable for its biodiversity, including alpine and subtropical climates, as well as being a host to Kanchenjunga, the highest peak in India and third highest on Earth. Sikkim's capital and largest city is Gangtok. Almost 35% of the state is covered by the Khangchendzonga National Park.[5]
The Kingdom of Sikkim was founded on the Silk Road by the Namgyal dynasty in the 17th century. It was ruled by a Buddhist priest-king known as the Chogyal. It became a princely state of British India in 1890. After 1947, Sikkim continued its protectorate status with the republic of India. It enjoyed the highest literacy rate and per capita income among Himalayan states. In 1975, the Indian military deposed the Sikkimese monarchy. A referendum in 1975 led to Sikkim joining India as its 22nd state.
Modern Sikkim is a multiethnic and multilingual Indian state. Sikkim has 11 official languages: Nepali, Sikkimese, Lepcha, Tamang, Limbu, Newari, Rai, Gurung, Magar, Sunwar and English. English is taught in schools and used in government documents. The predominant religions are Hinduism and Vajrayana Buddhism. Sikkim's economy is largely dependent on agriculture and tourism, and as of 2014 the state had the third-smallest GDP among Indian states, although it is also among the fastest-growing.
Sikkim accounts for the largest share of cardamom production in India, and is the world's second largest producer of the spice after Guatemala. Sikkim achieved its ambition to convert its agriculture to fully organic over the interval 2003 to 2016, the first state in India to achieve this distinction. It is also among India's most environmentally conscious states, having banned plastic water bottles and styrofoam products.
Nestling in the Himalayan mountains, the state of Sikkim is characterised by mountainous terrain. Almost the entire state is hilly, with an elevation ranging from 280 metres (920 ft) to 8,586 metres (28,169 ft). The summit of Kangchenjunga—the world's third-highest peak—is the state's highest point, situated on the border between Sikkim and Nepal. For the most part, the land is unfit for agriculture because of the rocky, precipitous slopes. However, some hill slopes have been converted into terrace farms.
Numerous snow-fed streams have carved out river valleys in the west and south of the state. These streams combine into the major Teesta River and its tributary, the Rangeet, which flow through the state from north to south.About a third of the state is heavily forested. The Himalayan mountains surround the northern, eastern and western borders of Sikkim. The Lower Himalayas, lying in the southern reaches of the state, are the most densely populated.
The state has 28 mountain peaks, more than 80 glaciers 227 high-altitude lakes (including the Tsongmo, Gurudongmar and Khecheopalri Lakes), five major hot springs, and more than 100 rivers and streams. Eight mountain passes connect the state to Tibet, Bhutan and Nepal.
Sikkim's hot springs are renowned for their medicinal and therapeutic values. Among the state's most notable hot springs are those at Phurchachu, Yumthang, Borang, Ralang, Taram-chu and Yumey Samdong. The springs, which have a high sulphur content, are located near river banks; some are known to emit hydrogen. The average temperature of the water in these hot springs is 50 °C (122 °F).

A waterfall in Sikkim
The hills of Sikkim mainly consist of gneiss and schist which weather to produce generally poor and shallow brown clay soils. The soil is coarse, with large concentrations of iron oxide; it ranges from neutral to acidic and is lacking in organic and mineral nutrients. This type of soil tends to support evergreen and deciduous forests.
The rock consists of phyllites and schists, and is highly susceptible to weathering and erosion. This, combined with the state's heavy rainfall, causes extensive soil erosion and the loss of soil nutrients through leaching. As a result, landslides are frequent, often isolating rural towns and villages from the major urban centres.
The state has five seasons: winter, summer, spring, autumn, and a monsoon season between June and September. Sikkim's climate ranges from sub-tropical in the south to tundra in the north. Most of the inhabited regions of Sikkim experience a temperate climate, with temperatures seldom exceeding 28 °C (82 °F) in summer. The average annual temperature for most of Sikkim is around 18 °C (64 °F).
Sikkim is one of the few states in India to receive regular snowfall. The snow line ranges from 6,100 metres (20,000 ft) in the south of the state to 4,900 metres (16,100 ft) in the north The tundra-type region in the north is snowbound for four months every year, and the temperature drops below 0 °C (32 °F) almost every night.] In north-western Sikkim, the peaks are frozen year-round because of the high altitude, temperatures in the mountains can drop to as low as −40 °C (−40 °F) in winter.
During the monsoon, heavy rains increase the risk of landslides. The record for the longest period of continuous rain in Sikkim is 11 days. Fog affects many parts of the state during winter and the monsoons, making transportation perilou
Lachung is a town and hill station in northeast Sikkim, India. It is located in the North Sikkim district near the border with Tibet.[1]Lachung is at an elevation of about 9,600 feet (2,900 m) and at the confluence of the lachen and Lachung Rivers, both tributaries of the River Teesta. The word Lachung means "small pass". The town is approximately 125 kilometres (78 mi) from the capital Gangtok.
The Indian Army has a forward base in the town. Before the Chinese occupation of Tibet in 1950, Lachung was a trading post between Sikkim and Tibet, after which it was closed down. The town's economy has been boosted by tourism in recent years as the region has been opened up by the Indian government. Tourists come from all over the world to visit the town between October and May, mostly on their way to the Yumthang Valley and the Lachung Monastery. Most of Lachung's inhabitants are of Lepcha and Tibetan descent. Languages spoken here are Nepali, Lepcha and Bhutia. During winter the town is usually covered in snow. Lachung is also the base camp for Rhododendron Valley Trek which starts from Yumthang Valley and ends at Lachen Valley.
Lachung with Maloti Tours andTravels.Lachung has been described as the "most picturesque village of Sikkim" by British explorer Joseph Dalton Hooker in his definitive, The Himalayan Journal (1855). Skiing is conducted in Phuni near this town.

Lachung Town

Part of the town

A house in Lachung

The Lachung Monastery

Lachung River

Sikkim Silk Route Tour Packages & Plan
Silk Route Tour Package Covers Main Attractions of Sikkim with MALOTI TOURS AND TRAVELS
Is your holiday approaching? Are you planning to make it unique from every possible extent? Taking a trip to your favourite destination will surely make your holiday as special as you always wanted it to be!
We, at MALOTI TOURS AND TRAVELS, offer first-rate Silk Route tour package and promise to make your trip an unforgettable one!
The Silk Route in the State of Sikkim is an ancient trade root which is derived from Lhasa. Its exquisite scenic beauty and comfortable climate have made the place a hot-favorite destination among a plethora of travelers coming from different corners of the world. 
About The Old Silk Route In Sikkim

The Old Silk Route in Sikkim is an offshoot of the ancient and historic Silk Road, which was once a large network of trade avenues. This road had been part and parcel of a cultural amalgamation that encompassed various regions of Asia and connected the East and West of India, China, and Pakistan across the Mediterranean Sea. The part, which passes through Sikkim, connects China and India via the Lhasa, Nathu La, and Jelep La Pass and reaches Tamralipta (now Tamluk) in West Bengal. From here, this road connects to the sea in the east. It is believed that this road chanced upon traders in the First Century AD itself! The road extends to more than 6,500 kilometres and was once used for excessive trade of gold, copper, cotton, sugar, salt, tea, and horses. Did you know this is the first information superhighway in the world? The next time you make a Silk Route Sikkim tour plan don’t forget to relish the beauty of the roads that have been witness to perhaps over millions of trade deals. Today, the traders have bidden adieu. But, the snow-clad, rhododendron-filled path still welcomes you. We bet it would be an experience of a lifetime.
List of Travel Destinations To Visit in Silk Route Tour
kupup Lake
Tukla Valley
Gnathang Valley
Enjoy The Charm of Silk Route, Zuluk, Nathang, Nathula, Lunthung & more In the Following Tour Plans:
The dazzling sightseeing attractions for the day include:
S Ganek
Silk Route trail
Gnathang Valley
Tukla Valley
Old Baba Mandir
Jelep-La-pass view point
...and many more
4 Nights / 5 Days:
Day 1: Pic Up from Bagdogra and transfer to Silerygaon.Night Stay at Silerygaon.
Day 2: After Brekfast transfer to Rongli for Silk Roite Permit and Finaly transfer to Zuluk.Night stay at Zuluk.
Day 3: Full Day sightseeing Include Gnathang ValleymKupup Lake,Tukla Valley and night stay at Gnathang.
Day 4: Transfer to Ramdhura,A new destination of Sikkim Silk Route.Night stay at Ramdhura.
Day 5: Transfer to NJP or Bagdogra.
4 Nights / 5 Days:
Day 1 : Pick up from Bagdogra Airport/NJP Railway Station and transfer to Sillery Gaon. Overnight stay at Sillery Gaon.
Day 2 : Morning Trek to Ramity View Point, After breakfast move for Zuluk, covering Mankhim Top, Rangli, Kuekhola Water Falls, Lingtam, Nimachen, Padamchen. Overnight stay at Zuluk.
Day 3 : Early morning Start for Sunrise to witness the changing colours on Mt. Kanchenjungha & Himalayan Range from Ganek / Thambi View Point. After Breakfast, start for Silk Route Trail to reach Lungthung Valley covering Ganek, Thambi View Point, Adi Baba Dham, Tukla Valley, Kupup, Elephant Lake, Golf Course, Jelep La Pass View Point and overnight stay at Gnathang.
Day 4 : After breakfast check out from hotel and transfer to Bidyang. Overnight stay at Reshikhola.
Day 5 : After breakfast check out from hotel and transfer to NJP station/Bagdogra Airport for return / onward journey.
5 Nights / 6 Days:
Day 1 : Pic Up from Bagdogra and transfer to Silerygaon.Night Stay at Silerygaon.
Day 2 : After Brekfast transfer to Rongli for Silk Roite Permit and Finaly transfer to Zuluk.Night stay at Zuluk.
Day 3 : Full Day sightseeing Include Gnathang Valley,Kupup Lake,Tukla Valley and night stay at Gnathang.
Day 4 : Transfer to Aritar and Night Stay.
Day 5 : After Brekfast transfer to Ramdhura and Night Stay.
Day 6 : Transfer to NJP/Bagdogra.
7 Nights / 8 Days
Day 1 : pic up from NJP/Bagdogra and transfer to Icchey gaon. Night Stay.
Day 2 : Transfer to Mankhim/Aritar,Night stay.
Day 3 : After Brekfast transfer to Padamchen,Its new destination of Silk route.Night Stay at Padamchen.
Day 4 : Early Morning Visit Zuluk,Kupup,Gnathang Valley,Tukla Valley and night stay at Gnathang Valley.
Day 5 : Transfer to Gangtok Via Old and Nre Baba Mandir,Changu Lake.
Day 6 : Gangtok Local Sightseeing and Night Stay.
Day 7 : Visit Nathula, and Night Sray at Gangtok.
Day 8 : Transfer to NJP/Bagdogra.
Places to stay:
Once you contact us at MALOTI TOURS AND TRAVELS, you don’t have to worry about staying accommodations. As we have been running this business for a considerable period of time, we have developed a number of good contacts and getting your desired hotel will just be as easy as taking a candy from a baby!
No matter whether you are looking for deluxe hotels or lodges of medium budget, we help you cut the ice. We will present a number of options in front of you and based on your choices, you can opt for any particular preference.
The Hotels We Provide Are Best Known For The Following Reasons:
There will be all kinds of amenities any traveler pines to have! We provide the standard accommodation.
Irrespective of where you go, the easy availability of food is what makes you extremely tensed and apprehended. We make sure you are left with no inch to reap any sort of grievances against us.
Every hotel we provide comes with standard dining facilities as well. You don’t have to go anywhere else to hunt for your favorite dishes. You can get your best dish under the same roof only!
Also, the attendants in the hotels are considerate and caring enough to give you the best value for your money.
Precautions To Be Measured Before Tour-
Some essential things like fleece jackets, socks, sleeping bags, warm hat, light gloves, torch, folding tents etc. must be carried.
You never known when your stock ends up! Thus, you should also carry extra store of, chocolates, dried fruits, nutrients, electrolytes etc. Along with providing energy, they will meet your hunger too.
Some mandatory medicines like paracetamols, ingestion and anti vomiting tablets, band-aids, lip balms, sun screen with SPF, anti septic cream, moisturizer etc. should always be carried without any fail.
Waste No Time of Yours to Contact Us:
Enjoy your trip!

Dooars Tour Package
Dooars Jungle Safari Tour Includes Gorumara, Jaldapara, Samsing Like Green Beauty of Dooars wth MALOTI TOURS AND TRAVELS
Are you hell bent on making your next holiday trip as colorful as possible? Are you looking for the best possible way to make it highly memorable? Nature Camp Travels can be your one-stop solution in this regard.
We MALOTI TOURS AND TRAVELS are one of the trusted tour providers in India and our years of experience in running this business have placed us in an unrivalled position.
For a short and indelible trip, our Dooars tour package can help you to a great extent. It's a four days - three nights tour and can help you relive your vigorous days once in a while!
Exclusively fabricated for meeting the requirements of adults and children alike, the Dooars package we provide is meant to satisfy you in the finest manner.
Know about Dooars:
Dooars are mainly the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas. Dooars also known as Duars that means door in various regional languages like Bengali, Assamese, Bhojpuri and more as well as it is also significance of the gateway of Bhutan, Darjeeling and Sikkim region. The total area of Dooars is 220 Sq. Km. and the best season is September to April. The beauty is lies with tea gardens, dense jungle, wildlife sanctuary and more. There are huge number of animals like elephant, tiger, rhinoceros and others. To know more you may visit Department of Tourism (Govt. of West Bengal).
Your Trip to Dooars is Designed in the Following Ways:
Day One: Once you hire our tour package, our representatives will await your presence at NJP station on the scheduled date. We well drive you to Murti in some luxury car and after an exhilarating Jungle Safari in Gorumara, your day will end with a lavishing night stay at a forest resort.
Day Two: On the second day, you will be taken to a number of famous places including Rockey Island, Sutalekhola, Samsing and many others.
Day Three: The third day will help you gather some really awesome memories. We will take you to Bindu, the last village in West Bengal. The scenic beauty of Bindu is not only appealing in nature, but also best known for casting a long-term impact on the minds of the tourists.
Day Four: After a sumptuous lunch in a good restaurant, we will drop you off at NJP station with full of memoirs in your wallet.
We Also Offer Sightseeing At A Number Of Places In Dooars & They Are As Follows:
Jaldapara Sanctuary
Madanmohan Bari & Coochbehar Palace
Buxa Fort
Bania Ruins
Buxaduar Tiger Reserve
Chapamari wildlife sanctuary
Neoara Valley National Park...and many more
Why You Should Contact Naturecamp Travels:
The most important reason why you should waste no time of yours to give us a swift call at Nature Camp Travels is our high-end reputation. It's been years we are running this business and our years of proficiency have enabled us to attain first-rate expertise for providing classy tour packages.
When you are out on a journey, the first thing that takes your heart away is the fear of facing a number of hurdles while looking for staying and fooding accommodations. Our representatives at Nature Camp Travels make sure that you have one of the best experiences of your life.
Our honest dedication, first-rate expertise and matchless management abilities have differentiated us from the other ventures offering the same service.
Most importantly, we offer a moderate price rate. You have no reason to think that hiring us will leave a dent in your pocketbook! Rather, we charge an absolutely affordable rate and promise to make your trip as nice as a walk on the cake!
Dooars Tour Package Covers
3 Nights / 4 Days - Gorumara
Day 1: Pick up from NJP/ Mal Junction and Transfer to Lataguri/ Murti, in the afternoon Jungle Safari in Gorumara. Night Stay at Resort.
Day 2: After Breakfast Start For Samsing, Suntalekhola, Rockey Island. Night Stay at Gorumara.
Day 3: After Breakfast Visit Bindu, last Village of West Bengal, Bindu is a Bengali Word, also visit Jaldhaka Hydro Project at Jhalong. It is First Hydro Project of India. Night Stay at Gorumara.
Day 4: After Lunch Check Out and Transfer to Mal Junction /NJP.
Covering Places:
Gorumara National Park
Rockey Island
4 Nights / 5 Days - Gorumara & Jaldapara
Day 1: Arrival at New Mal Junction/New Jalpaiguri Junction/Bagdogra Airport. Pick up from station to Lataguri. Check in at hotel. After lunch, Jungle safari at Gorumara. Evening at leisure. Over Night at Lataguri.
Day 2: After Breakfast, full day excursion at Jhalong, Bindu, Suntaleykhola, Rocky Island, and Samsing. Back to hotel in evening. Overnight at lataguri.
Day 3: After breakfast, check out from hotel and boarding to Jaldapara. Check in at Jaldapara hotel. At evening tribal dance and bonfire at resort. Overnight at jaldapara.
Day 4: Early morning jungle safari at Jaldapara. After safari, back to hotel, after breakfast sightseeing at Buxa, Jayanti .Back to resort at evening.
Day 5: After breakfast, check out from hotel and drop to Hasimara station.
6 Nights / 7 Days - Buxa, Raimatang, Chilapata & Jaldapara
Day 1: Pick up from Alipurduar and transfer to Santalabari Village at The Buxa Tiger Reserve. Santalabari is one of the Eco destinations of a jungle lover of Bengal. Night stay at Santalabari.
Day 2: Morning Jungle Safari at Buxa and Evening Visit Jayanti. Night Stay at Santalabari.
Day 3: Transfer to Raimatang. A Jungle Village at Buxa Tiger Reserve. Full day free for Jungle trail. Night Stay at Raimatang.
Day 4: Leave Raimatang early morning and drive to Chilapata. One Of The Beautiful forest of Dooars. Night Stay at Chilapata.
Day 5: Morning Jungle Safari and after breakfast check out from hotel and drive to Madarihat. A small Village of Jaldapara National Park. Evening Visit khayerbari leopard rescue center. Night Stay at Madarihat.
Day 6: Early Morning Jungle Safari and Visit Totopara Tribal Village. Night stay at Madarihat.
Day 7: After Check Out transfer to Hashimara Railway Station.
Covering Places :
Gorumara National Park
Rocky Island
Jaldapara National Park
3 Nights / 4 Days - Rajabhatkhawa & Raimatnag
Day 1: Pick Up from Alipurduar and transfer to Rajabhatkhawa. Night stay at Rajabhatkhawa.
Day 2: Early morning jungle safari. Full day sightseeing at Santalabari. Visit Buxa Fort by walk, evening Visit Jayanti river bed and night stay at Rajabhatkhawa.
Day 3: Transfer to Raimatang. One of the small jungle villages of Buxa. Night stay.
Day 4: Transfer to Alipurduar Rly Station.
2 Nights / 3 Days  - Jaldapara
Day 1: Pick Up from Hashimara and transfer to Madarihat. A Village of Jaldapara National Park. Evening Visit khayerbari leopard safari. Night Stay at Madarihat.
Day 2: Early Morning Jungle Safari and Visit Totopara. An Oldest Tribal Village of Alipurduar District. Night stay at Madarihat.
Day 3: Transfer to Hashimara.
5 Nights / 6 Days - Rishyap, Jhandi & Gorumara
Day 1: Pick up from New Jalpaiguri Station and transfer to Rishyap via Lava. Rishyap is small village of Neora valley National Park and located in Kalimpong subdivision and it is well known summer destination of Bengal. Neora Valley National park is upper part of Dooars. Night stay at Rishyap.
Day 2: Morning Visit Lava and Lolegaon. Night stay at Rishyap.
Day 3: Transfer to Jhandi. An Offbeat destination of North Bengal. It is very Near to Lava. You can take some time for Village trail at Jhandi. Night at Jhandi.
Day 4: After breakfast transfer to Murti. It is Pert of Gorumara. Night stay at Murti.
Day 5: After Morning Jungle safari Visit Samsing, Rocky Island, Suntalekhola. Overnight at Murti.
Day 6: Transfer to Mal Junction or NJP Railway Station.
3 Nights / 4 Days - Gorumara & Jhandi
Day1: Pick up from Mal Junction and start for Lataguri. Evening Jungle Safari and night stay at Lataguri.
Day2: Bindu, Jhalong, Suntalekhla sightseeing and overnight at Lataguri.
Day3: Transfer to Jhandi, an Eco Village of Western Dooars. At evening, a small village trail at Jhandi and night stay.
Day4: Leave Jhandi and Transfer to Mal junction railway station.
5 Nights/ 6 Days - Jaldapara , Chilapata , Rajabhatkhawa/ Buxa & Manas National Park
Day1: Arrival at Hashimara railway station and transfer to Madarihat, small village of Jaldapara national Park, one of the biggest National Park of Dooars. evening visit at khayerbari tiger project and night stay at Jaldapara.
Day2: Early morning Jungle Safari at Jaldapara and transfer to Chilapata via Cooch behar rajbari and Modon mohon temple. These places are popular for heritage and history. Night stay at Chilapata.
Day3: Early morning Chilapta Jungle Safari and visit Buxa Jayanti, Rajabhatkhawa. After full day sightseeing, transfer to our Jungle Resort at Rajabhatkhawa.
Day4: Drive to great Manas National Park. It is well known world heritage site, best and biggest National Park of Dooars, Also you can say Eastern Dooars, located in Assam. Around 4 hour drive from Alipurduar. Night stay at Bansbari, one of range of Manas National Park.
Day5: Full day Jungle Safari with Our expert Jungle guide. The timings of Jungle Safari are 9 A.M to 12 P.M and 2 P.M to 5 P.M. Our guide can help for explore great Manas National Park. Night stay at Bansbari.
Day6: Morning Elephant safari and Visit local village by walk. You can enjoy local life and culture. After check out from our camp/ resort transfer to Alipurduar/ Bongaigaon railway station.
Our Services Include:
Accommodation for three nights/four days in deluxe hotels
Top-end breakfast and dining facilities
Excellent transport
All transfers and vehicles will be arranged as per our tour package
Sightseeing as per itinerary
Why You Choose Our Dooars Tour Package?
We are certified tour and travel operator based in Kolkata offering complete Dooars tour packages
We offer both small and family tour packages
We cover the important place within Dooars
Modern and comfort vehicle to travel Dooars
Luxury hotels with modern facilities
24x7 Assistance & Medical Emergency
Reasonable price
Our Best Hotels Offers:
We offer quality accommodation with best amenities
24x7 doctor-on-call, Wi-Fi, car parking, Led TV and more
Foods are available, medical team and proper assistance
Modern and luxury services
Balcony, in room dining, restaurant & other facilities are available.
Precautions need to take while Travelling
Need to carry some essential things like sleeping bags, torch, tent and more.
You can carry some dry foods, chocolates and other energetic food.
Carry some emergency medicine like paracetamols, vomiting tablets, band-aids, septic cream and more.
How to Reach Dooars?
You can reach Dooars by Rail, Bus or Air. From Kolkata to Dooars it distance near 560 km and it takes near 12 hours. You can take train from Sealdah Station. If you want to travel by Air then the Bagdogra is the major area where you need to land and that is 17 km from Siliguri.
Some Helpful Information about Dooars:
Watch tower of Gorumara National Park
Nearest Airport of Dooars: Bagdogra Airport

Nearest Railway station of Different Part of Dooars:
Gorumara: Mal Junction and New Jalpaiguri Station
Jaldapara: Hashimara Railway Station
Chilapata: Hashimara Railway Station
Buxa and Jayanti: Alipurduar Junction
Some Offbeat Destination of Dooars:
Kumai, Rocky Island, Jhandi, Kolakham, Sisamara, Panjhora, Raimatang, Lepchakha, Chunabhatti, Gorubathan, Lankapara and Fagu Tea garden.
Jungle of Dooars:
Gorumara National Park
Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary
Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary
Neora Valley National Park
Jaldapara National Park
Chilaoata Wildlife Sanctuary
Buxa National Park
Manas National Park
Resorts in Dooars:
Contact Us Today:
So, before it gets too late and we are booked by a number of tourist lovers, contact us at 7602847009 or and our eminent representatives will be more than happy to discuss all your requirements.
Be it a short trip or a long one, your tour can never be satisfactory, unless it is planned in the finest manner. Our prominent representatives make sure that you get exactly what you are looking for.
You can also contact us through our email at No matter how extensive your queries are, feel free to jot down your doubts and send them to us. We will give our best effort to eradicate all the hesitations in your mind and build the trust factor in the manner.
Pack your bags and get going!!
Enjoy Your Trip!

03 NIGHT / 04 DAYS
Meeting & assistance on arrival and. You will drive through spectacular mountain views and peaceful countryside to Thimphu, Bhutan's capital & overnight stay in Thimphu.
Morning after b/fast go for a full day local site seeing tour of thimhu including visit BBS Tower, SAARC Building, HANDICRAFT EMPORIUM, MEMORIAL CHORTHEN, BUDDHA POINT, FOLK HERITAGE MUSEUM , DZONG (Saturday / Sunday close) Evening get back to the hotel. Overnight stay in Thimphu.
DAY 3 : THIMPHU TO PARO SIGHTSEEING & N/H (65 kms/1.5 hrs and full day sightseeing)
In the morning drive to Paro and go for a local site seeing including visit DRUGYAL DZONG RINPUNG DZONG, [Saturday /Sunday close ] view of Mt. CHOMOLHARI, KICHU LHAKHANG , INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT and in the evening time get back to the hotel . Overnight stay in Paro.
Transfer to Phuentsholing / Jaigaon.
Meeting & assistance on arrival and transfer to p/ling after processing permit you will drive through spectacular mountain views and peaceful countryside to Thimphu, Bhutan's capital & overnight stay in Thimphu
Morning after b/fast go for a full day local site seeing tour of thimphu including visit BBS Tower , SAARC Building , HANDICRAFT EMPORIUM, MEMORIAL CHORTHEN , BUDDHA POINT ,FOLK HERITAGE MUSEUM , DZONG [Saturday / Sunday close ], Evening get back to the hotel . Overnight stay in Thimphu [if the day will be Saturday /Sunday immigration office of Thimphu remain close so punakha permit will process on Monday]
DAY 3 : THIMPHU TO PARO SIGHTSEEING & N/H (65 kms/1.5 hrs and full day sightseeing)
In the morning drive to Paro and go for a local site seeing including visit DRUGYAL DZONG RINPUNG DZONG, [Saturday /Sunday close ] view of Mt. CHOMOLHARI, KICHU LHAKHANG , INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT and in the evening time get back to the hotel . Overnight stay in Paro.
DAY 4 : THIMPHU TO PARO SIGHTSEEING & N/H (65 kms/1.5 hrs)
In drive to Paro and go for a local site seeing including visit DRUGYAL DZONG , RINPUNG DZONG, [Saturday / Sunday close ] view of Mt. CHOMOLHARI, KICHU LHAKHANG , INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT and in the evening time get back to the hotel . Overnight stay in Paro.
Meeting & assistance on arrival and transfer to p/ling after processing permit you will drive through spectacular mountain views and peaceful countryside to Thimphu, Bhutan's capital & overnight stay in Thimphu
Morning after b/fast proceed to make permit of Dochula , punakha , Wangdue for next morning] and go for local site seeing tour of Thimbu including visit BBS Tower , SAARC Building , HANDICRAFT EMPORIUM, MEMORIAL CHORTHEN , BUDDHA POINT ,FOLK HERITAGE MUSEUM ,SIMTHOKA DZONG ,[Saturday /Sunday close ] Evening get back to the hotel . Overnight stay in Thimphu [ if the day will be Saturday /Sunday immigration office of thimphu remain close so punakha permit will process on Monday]
Morning drive to Dochula pass (3,080m) that heralds the most enchanting views of Bhutan. Later drive to Punakha, Wangdue visit PUNAKHA DZONG [Saturday / Sunday close] built strategically at the junction of POH CHU & MO CHU river in in 1963. At evening drive back to Thimphu. Overnight at hotel in Thimphu.
DAY 4 : THIMPHU TO PARO SIGHTSEEING & N/H (65 kms/1.5 hrs)
In the morning drive to Paro and go for a local site seeing including visit DRUGYAL DZONG , RINPUNG DZONG, [Saturday / Sunday close ] view of Mt. CHOMOLHARI , KICHU LHAKHANG , INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT and in the evening time get back to the hotel . Overnight stay in paro.
At morning drive to Tatksang Monastery trekking 2hrs from Paro approx.20knms sightseeing and back to Paro at evening leisure time. Overnight at hotel in Paro.
Transfer to Phuentsholing / Jaigaon.
Meeting & assistance on arrival and transfer to p/ling after processing permit you will drive through spectacular mountain views and peaceful countryside to Thimphu, Bhutan's capital & overnight stay in Thimphu
Morning after b/fast proceed to make permit of Dochula , punakha , Wangdue for next morning] and go for local site seeing tour of Thimbu including visit BBS Tower , SAARC Building , HANDICRAFT EMPORIUM, MEMORIAL CHORTHEN , BUDDHA POINT ,FOLK HERITAGE MUSEUM ,SIMTHOKA DZONG ,[Saturday /Sunday close ] Evening get back to the hotel . Overnight stay in Thimphu [ if the day will be Saturday /Sunday immigration office of thimphu remain close so punakha permit will process on Monday]
Morning drive to Dochula pass (3,080m) that heralds the most enchanting views of Bhutan. Later drive to Punakha, Wangdue visit PUNAKHA DZONG [Saturday/Sunday close ]built strategically at the junction of pho Chu & mo Chu river in 1963.Evening free in fascinating Punakha valley. Overnight at hotel in Wangdue
DAY 4 : WANGDUE TO BUMTHANG N/S. (207 kms / 9 hrs)
Morning drive to bumthang via trongsha. Overnight at hotel in bumthang
Morning drives to Bumthang Jakar Dzong, Jambay Lhakhang, Kurje Lhakhang and Tamshing Lhakhang. Overnight at hotel Bumthang.
DAY 6 : BUMTHANG TO WANGDUE N/S (207 kms / 9 hrs)
At morning drive for Wangdue. Overnight at hotel in Wangdue
DAY 7 : WNAGDUE TO PARO N/H (150 kms / 4.5 hrs)
In the morning drive to Paro and go for a local siteseeing. Including visit DRUGYAL DZONG , RINPUNG DZONG (Saturday / Sunday close) view of Mt. CHOMOLHARI, KICHU LHAKHANG , INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT and in the evening time get back to the hotel . Overnight stay in Paro.
At morning drive to Tatksang Monastery trekking 2hrs from Paro approx.20knms sightseeing and back to Paro at evening leisure time. Overnight at hotel in Paro

Sundarban Tour Packages
Sundarban Holiday Tour Packages
If you are planning to treat yourself this holiday season, opting for our Sundarban tour Package at Naturecamp Travels can indeed be one of your best travelling decisions ever. You can embrace the glory of this beautiful place while we make it a point to ensure that the trip helps you in creating memories for a lifetime.
Situated in the state of West Bengal, Sundarban is home to the only mangrove forest in India. Since the name Sundarban means Sundar (beautiful) and ban (forest), it can be translated as “a beautiful forest”. It is believed that the place has derived its name from Sundari trees which are found here in abundance. Being declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the place attracts thousands of tourists every year, from various parts of the world.
Why Should You Visit Sundarban?
Sundarban is popularly regarded as a land with rich biological diversity. Be it the lush green and wild mangrove forest or the salty river bed, Sundarban forms to be the paradise for every traveller. During your Sundarban tour, you can spot various popular mangrove species like Champa, Sundari, Hatal, Garjan, Genwa, Kankra, Golpati, Keora, etc.
Other than the mangrove forest, the Royal Bengal Tiger forms to be the main attraction during your trip to Sundarban. Along with the majestic Royal Bengal Tiger, you can even spot other wildlife species like spotted deer, saltwater crocodile, wild boar, leopard cat, fishing cat, water monitor lizard, common otter, olive ridley turtle, jungle cat, monkeys, green sea turtle, etc.
Another reason why nature lovers will instantly develop a liking for this beautiful place is that Sundarban is a plastic-free zone. You can even read ‘The Hungry Tide ’ by Amitav Ghosh to get an idea of the happiness you can derive from this beautiful place. Exploring the immense beauty of this place by booking our Sundarban tour package from Kolkata can thus be much more than that which meets the beauty of eyes.
Why Is Staying Safe Vital?
Being home to man-eater tigers, staying safe during your Sundarban trip is essential. While it’s true that they do not enter the areas habituated by humans usually, these tigers actively search for human beings to feed themselves. Moreover, by opting for our tour package, you can stay assured of your safety during the Sundarban trip.
Our trained agents leave no stone unturned in ensuring that no harm is caused to our tourists during their trip. Our boats even have a sufficient number of life jackets to ensure the safety of our tourists. We even advise travellers to carry a good sunscreen lotion and hat for making the most out of our day tours.
Sundarban Tour Package:
Being in a close proximity to the Bay of Bengal, Sundarban witnesses heavy rainfall and thunderstorms during the monsoon. Visiting this place during the rainy season (July- September) is thus not advisable. It is even best to avoid travelling during the summer season (March-July) since tourists can experience humid climate during this period. Opting for a tour package in the winter, i.e. the period from the end of October to early March can thus be a wise decision.
Places To Visit In Sundarban
Dobanki Watch Tower
Sajnekhali Watch Tower
Neti Dhopani Tower
Jhingamari Watch Tower
Sudhanyakhali Watch Tower
Bonnie Camp Watch Tower
Bhagabatpur Crocodile Park
Kumirmari Watch Park
These towers offer the visitors a wide view of the beautiful landscape of Sundarban.
Other Things To Do in Sundarban
Visit a local school or have a walk in the nearby village.
Relish the entertainment provided by the Jhumur (Tribal) dance.
Become part of a crab catching expedition.
Soak in the beautiful landscape.
Sundarban Tour Package From Kolkata
2 Nights/ 3 Days:
Day 1: Pick up from Kolkata and transfer to Godkhali/ Sonakhali boat departure for resort via Gosaba and Sajnekhali. Visit Gosaba, Sajnekhali watch tower and temple. Night stay at our resort.
Day 2: After breakfast departure by boat for sightseeing - visit 2 watch tower, Dobanki and Sudhankhali. Enjoy short walk into the forest and viewing different type of birds, crocodile and spotted deer. Back to the hotel after boat ride. In the evening camp fire with snacks and tea (winter season). Night stay at resort.
Day 3: Breakfast at resort and local village tour by walk. Departure by boat for Godkhali/ Sonakhali and transfer to Kolkata by car. Tour end Sundarban.
1 Nights/ 2 Days:
Day 1: Pick up from Kolkata and transfer to Godkhali/ Sonakhali boat departure for resort via Gosaba and Sajnekhali. Visit Gosaba, Sajnekhali watch tower and temple. Night stay at our resort.
Day 2 : Breakfast and departure by boat for Godkhali/ Sonakhali via 2 watch tower, Dobanki and Sudhankhali. Enjoy short walk into the forest and viewing different type of birds, crocodile and deer. Transfer to Kolkata by car. Tour end.
Sundarban with Kolkata Luxury Tour - 5 Nights/ 6 Days:
Day 1: Pick up from Airport or Railway station and transfer to Hotel. Night stay.
Day 2: Full day Kolkata sightseeing, Visit Princep Ghat, Tagore House,
St. Paul’s Cathedral, Victoria Memorial Hall. Night stay at Kolkata.
Day 3: Transfer to Godkhali jetty. Gateway of Sundarban. Transfer to our jungle resort via Gosaba and Sajnekhali watch tour. Night stay at our resort.
Day 4: After breakfast ready for sightseeing, visit watch tower at Dobanki, one of popular watch tower at Sundarban. Enjoy canopy walk way. Visit different creeks inside dense forest, after lunch enjoys village life of Sundarban. Night stay at jungle resort.
Day 5: Visit Sudhanyakhali watch tower. Visit Sarakhali, Bonbibi, Banbibi Varani and different island. Transfer to Kolkata.
Day 6: Transfer airport or railway station. Tour end.
Sundarban Birding Tour : 2 Nights/ 3 Days:
Day 1: Pick-up from Kolkata and transfer to Godkhali jety. Departure for Bali Island, one of beautiful village of Sundarban. Night stay at our Eco Camp.
Day 2: Early Morning Village Walk, You can find different bird like Small Minivet, Mangrove whistler, Grey-headed fishing eagle, Asian openbill stork, Lotens Sunbird, Baya Weaver, Lemon-rumped warbler etc. Back to camp and visit Dobanki, experience canopy walk at Dobanki. Visit deep inside the jungle with our experienced guide and naturalist. Night stay at our camp.
Day 3: Visit Sarakhali, Bonbibi Varani, enjoy different island, explore with our guide and transfer to Kolkata via Godkhali/Sonakhali.
Sundarban Luxury Cruse: 3 Nights/ 4 Days:
Day 1: Arrival Vivada Jety in millennium park .Only 60 Minutes from Airport and 20 Minutes from Howrah Railway station. Check in at the MV paramhasa. Sail for Sundarban. World largest Mangrove forest. Reach Namkhana.
Day 2: Early morning enjoy scenic beauty of Sundarban. Afternoon visit Mangrove Forest by walk. Also visit Crocodile project on Bhagabatpur Island. Night stay at MV Paramhasa.
Day 3: Early morning visit the Nethidopani watch tower. After breakfast enjoy extensive creek of Mangrove Forest. Later guests will visit Dobanke, Deer rehabilitation center.
Afternoon visit wildlife watch tower at Sudhayanakhali, one of popular Watch tower of Sundarban.
Day 4: Spend Morning at Bali Village. A tripical Sundarban Village, enjoy Village life of Sundarban. After breakfast transfer to Kolkata jetty by surface (4 Hour). Tour End
Jharkhali(Sundarban) 2 Night/ 3 Days
Day 1: Pick up from Kolkata and transfer to Jharkhali, one of wild destination of Sundarban Area. Lunch will be served around 1.30 PM. Evening visit Jharkhali Watch Tower, Jharkhali ghat and local market. Night stay at Jharkhali.
Day 2: After morning tea visit Sajnekhali Watch Tower, Sudanyakhali and Donbanki, enjoy Canopy Walk at Dobanki. Night stay at Jharkhali.
Day 3: After bed tea enjoy village tour at and local area by walk. After lunch departure for Kolkata.
Our Services Include
Accommodation facilities in the best resorts and hotels.
Excellent breakfast and other facilities.
Great transportation facilities.
Tour operators who offer complete trip management.
Beautiful sightseeing- inclusive in our Sundarban Holiday Tour package.
Our Best Resorts Or Hotels Offer
First-class accommodation in deluxe hotels and resorts.
Premium quality accommodation along with exceptional services.
Various modern and luxurious amenities for the convenience of the tourists.
Easy availability of breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Medical team for all sorts of emergency assistance.
In-room dining, restaurant, open space and various other facilities.
Precautions While Travelling
Should carry basic medication like- septic cream, band-aid, medicines for stomach upset, cold and all your medicinal needs.
Must carry a torch, sleeping bags and other essential things.
Need to carry light food like fruits, chocolates and snacks.
Instead of drinking tap water, prefer coconut water or filtered water.
Reasons To Visit Sundarban
Officially declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a trip to Sundarban can be your ideal getaway. Choose our Sundarban Holiday Tour package at Naturecamp Travels to visit the dense forests of Sundari Mangroves, spot the Royal Bengal Tiger, enjoy exciting boat rides and the rich biodiversity of Sundarban.
How To Reach Sundarban?
By Flight
Airways can be one of the most efficient means to reach Sundarban. The nearest airport is Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport in Kolkata which is just a 3 hours drive from Sundarban.
By Rail
Board a train from Sealdah to reach Canning within 1 and a half hour; the nearest railway station of Sundarban. From Canning, take a ferry to reach your destination.
By Road
Sundarban is connected to Kolkata by a well-laid roadways network. You can either hire a private car or a public transport.
Sandakphu Trekking & Tour Package
Sandakphu Tour Package at Affordable Cost
Nature Camp Travels takes pride in turning up as one of the best holiday package providers in India. We have been running this business for a long period of time and, in due course, have managed to grab a glut of commendations from different corners in the country.
Offering exclusive Sandakphu tour package, Nature Camp Travels has placed itself in a revered position, and if you want your holiday to be the best one, contacting our experienced representatives would surely be the smartest act on your part.
Sandakphu With its True Beauty:
Located at an altitude of 12000 ft, Sandakphu is considered as the best trekking destination in West Bengal. Placed in the border of West Bengal and Nepal, Sandakphu is best for those who want to explore the intrepid mountain regions.
Being one of the most beautiful and striking spots in the country, the trekking spots in Sandakphu truly appear to be a Heaven and allure a number of tourists from every nook and crook of the whole world.
Providing amazing experience to the trek lovers across the world, the daring, yet dazzling trekking trails in Sandakphu are worth exploring. It will not only offer you a bunch of thrills and excitements, but also enable you to collect some unforgettable memoirs.
The stunning beauty of Himalaya will not make you relish its beauty only for the time being; but make you feel its unforgettable charm long after you have visited the place.
Our Sandakphu tour package cost will offer its true worth.
The Sandakphu Trekking & Tour Package We Offer Goes Like This:
8 Nights/ 9 Days (Via Phalut)
Day 1: After you arrive at Bagdogra airport or NJP station, you will be received by our representatives and taken to Maneybhanjan.
Day 2: After an overnight stay at Maneybhanjan, you will then experience your first day trekking. The trekking trail from Maneybhanjan to Tonglu is as enchanting as you always wanted it to be! You will have to put your first tent at Tumling aka Tonglu.
Day 3: The second trekking will be from Tonglu to Kalipokhri. You will have to spend the night at Kalipokhri or Garibas.
Day 4: The fourth day of your trip appears with immense colors and possibilities. At day four, you will be trekking from Gairibas to Sandakphu.
Day 5: The return trekking starts at day Five. Trekking from Sandakphu to Phalut is what you will be doing on the day.
Day 6: Crossing the route from Phalut to Gorkhey will perhaps be what you have waited for till date.
Day 7: OnDay seven, you will be taken from Gorkhey to Rammam. The overnight stay at Rammam will add more spice to the day.
Day 8: The journey from Rammam to Rimbik will end your trekking episode. After that, you will be picked up from Rimbik and driven to Maneybhanjan.
Day 9:At the final day, after you complete your breakfast at Maneybhanjan, you will be driven back to Bagdogra Airport or NJP Station
7 Nights / 8 Days (Via Srikhola)
Day 1 : Arrival at Bagdogra Airport / NJP station and transfer to Maneybhanjan. Overnight stay at Maneybhanjan.
Day 2 : After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed for permit. After issuing permits, start your first day trekking from Maneybhanjan to Tonglu / Tumling. Overnight stay at Tonglu / Tumling.
Day 3 : Second day trekking from Tonglu / Tumling to Kalipokhri / Gairibas. Overnight stay ta Kalipokhri / Gairibas.
Day 4 : Third day trekking from Kalipokhri / Gairibas to Sandakphu. Overnight stay Sandakphu.
Day 5 : Here we will start for return trekking. Sandakphu to Gurdum. Overnight stay at Gurdum.
Day 6 : Gurdum to Srikhola. Overnight stay at Srikhola.
Day 7 : Srikhola to Rimbik. Pick up from Rimbik and transfer to Maneybhanjan. Overnight stay at Maneybhanjan.
Day 8 : After breakfast check out from hotel and transfer to Bagdogra Airport / NJP Station for return journey.
Land Rover Adventure
3 Nights / 4 Days
Day 1: Pic Up from NJP/Bagdogra and Transfer to Tumling Via Manebhanjan.Tumling is Very Popular destination for Sandakphu Visitoros.Night stay at Tumling.
Day 2: Early Morning Tranfer to Sandakphu by land Rover.Sandakphu is Highest point of West bengal,Also Its Highest point of Ilam District in Nepal. Night Stay at Sandakphu.
Day 3: Wake Up Early Morning and Beautiful View Of kanchenjunga and Everest.After Brekfast transfer to Tumling/Tunglu.Night Stay at Tumling/Tunglu.
Day 4: Morning After Brekfast back to Manebhanjan Via Meghma,Chitre. Tour End.
4 Nights/ 5 Days - Land Rover Adventure (With Phalut)
Day 1: Arrival at NJP/Bagdogra and Transfer Tumling via Manebhanjan.A Small Himalayan Village of Darjeeling District. Night stay at Tumling.
Day 2: Transfer to Sandakphu, one of the popular trekking destinations of Eastern Himalaya. Night stay at Sandakphu
Day 3: Early Morning Enjoy Spectacular View Kanchenjunga, Mt. Everest and others Peaks like Mt.Makalu (8461 M),Mt Lhotse(8516 M),Kabru(7412M), Kumbhakarna(7710M), after breakfast transfer to Phalut, a small Himalayan village, distance 21 kilometer from Sandakphu. Night stay at Phalut.
Day 4: Morning view of different Peaks including Mt Kanchanjunga and Everest and transfer to Tumling. Night stay at Tumling
Day 5: Transfer NJP/ Bagdogra via Manebhanjan.
Trekking Tips-
Sleeping Bag: You should never forget carrying a good-quality sleeping bag. Wintry breeze is something that many people are extremely afraid of. Sleeping bag will not only protect you from insects, but also allow you to have a peaceful sleep inside the tent.
Thermos Pad: While trekking, thermos pad is a ‘must have’, as the surface of the ground remains very cold and such pad provides enough warmth and succor to the body.
Boots: For an enjoyable trek you must have a pair of good boots. Good quality boots of knee length are the prime requirements in trekking.
Fleece Jacket: Apart from shielding the chilly wind, these jackets will also help you light down the weight of your luggage as they are not much heavy.
Important Information:
Best Time For Visit: End of March to May and October to january.
Accomodetion Type: Basic and Standard,Attach and Non Attach Toilet Both.
Electricity:Available Upto Tumling.Local People use Solar Panels.Not Available Geyser and room heater.
Naturecamp Travels Best Known For:
Awesome planning
Exclusive package
Matchless arrangement
Affordable price
So, what are you still counting your time for? Give us a quick call at and our expert representatives will be more than happy to arrange a thorough discussion session with you. Your every requirement will be given utmost importance and based on your requirements; we will provide you the best package.
Sandakphu Package Cost:
Sandakphu package price starts from Rs. 8000 minimum 6 pax (Excluding GST).

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Zuluk,Kupuk,nathang valley

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