Travel Guide


Places in and arround North East India


Sikkim

Rumtek Monastery- Gangtok

Sikkim is a small tiny state of India in the lap of Himalaya. It is called the land of majestic splendor because of its high rise mountains, meandering streams, lush green tea gardens and forests. It has four districts each is having its uniqueness in term of its offerings to the tourists.

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Darjeeling

Mirik Lake

Darjeeling, ‘the queen of the hills’ is probably the most popular hill station in Eastern Himalaya situated at an altitude of 2250mt. (7500ft.). One can have the view of entire Singalila Range along with Mt.Kanchandzonga, Bhutan Himalaya and a part of Mt.Everest from Darjeeling The eye caching valleys, meandering rivers and of course the lush green tea gardens are the unique features of Darjeeling. If Darjeeling is the crown of Eastern Himalaya Mt.Kanchandzonga is the jewel on that crown. More over it is the place which has the amalgamation of different communities and cultures i.e. Nepalese, Bhutias and Chinese.

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Dooars

“Dooars” the word is derived from the word ‘duar’ or ‘door’. The name signifies its location as a gateway to the hill stations of North Bengal & Sikkim as well as Bhutan and Assam. The 130 X 40 sq.km. valley is covered with lush green forests and teagardens and intersected by the rivers like Tista, Torsa, Jaldhaka & their innumerable tributaries. It is the home to one horn rhino, gaur and many other rare species. A journey or a safari through these forests will be a life time experience.

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Bhutan

Bhutan

Bhutan is a land of soaring snowcapped peaks, alpine meadows and densely forested hills and ravines abounding in exotic flora and fauna. From May to August, hills are covered with an awesome variety of flowers decorated with waterfalls and streams gushing in wild abandon. Bhutan is a landlocked country in South Asia, located at the eastern end of the Himalayas and bordered to the south, east and west by India and to the north by the China.

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