| Package Duration: 14
Nights / 15 Days Tour
» Darjeeling » Kalimpong » Gangtok »
Kolkata » Bhubaneshwar » Konark » Puri
East India tour package presents the charming destinations
of east India, which go by the names of Darjeeling, Kalimpong,
Gangtok, Kolkata, Bhubaneshwar, Konark and Puri, with Delhi
acting as the precursor element.
Delhi welcomes all and sundry and the tourists are received
at the airport and lead to the capital's designated hotel.
An overnight stay at the hotel takes place in central Delhi.
Day two of the package tour enables the traveler to explore
Delhi as an expansive cosmopolitan city that harbors within
itself an intriguing admixture of the past and the present
scenario. Touring and traveling for the whole day in Old and
New Delhi would enable a tourist to appreciate the elegant
and serene charm of Raj Ghat erected in the memory of Mahatma
Gandhi, Jama Masjid which happens to be the biggest place
of Islamic worship in India, Red Fort, and Humayun's Tomb,
Qutub Minar, India Gate and last but nor the least, the egalitarian
Parliament House. The night will be utilized for an overnight
stay at the hotel.
Day-3: Delhi » Bagdogra » Darjeeling
The tourists arrive at the Netaji Subhash Bose Airport in
Kolkata by air. On arriving at the Netaji Subhash Bose Airport,
the group takes off for Darjeeling by roadways. Overnight
stay is arranged in the picturesque and hilly town of Darjeeling.
Day four gets initiated with visits to Tiger hill and the
exquisite Ghoom Monastery. Then the afternoon tour of Darjeeling
is taken up by the group. In Darjeeling, an overnight stay
at the local hotel is arranged for the tourists.
Day-5: Darjeeling » Kalimpong
Now, the tourists bid a farewell to Darjeeling to reach
Kalimpong as soon as possible, which is another beatific and
spellbinding destination to be had a look at. Arriving at
the hotel is a time to relax for the tourists and the afternoon
is spent at complete and unhindered leisure. The travel tour
to Darjeeling is over with a satiated stay at the local hotel.
Kalimpong is located at a height of 1250 meters amidst the
Deolo and Durbindra hills. Kalimpong is the perfect destination
for a small time off in the middle of soft and uneven hills
and beautiful valleys located at the foothills of the youngest
mountains of the world, the high Himalayas. Then, we go for
an overnight stay after a tired and long day in the treacherous
Day-7: Kalimpong » Gangtok
The posse of tourists leaves Kalimpong for Gangtok, the
biggest city of the mythical and mysterious state of Sikkim.
Gangtok is famous for its ornate and longstanding monasteries,
and for the breathtakingly beautiful displays of the young
Himalayas. Gangtok is also one of the most sought after hilly
regions in India. Gangtok is home to an interesting amalgamation
of both old age charm and the contemporary ethos of the country.
An overnight stay is much needed at the end of the day to
provide the visiting tourist with ample of time and energy
to get up, ready and replenished for the next day in Sikkim.
Day number eight can be spent at full leisure and devoted
for recreational purposes.
Day-9: Gangtok » Bagdogra » Kolkata
A departure from Gangtok occurs at the Bagdogra Airport
by road. The tourists leave Bagdogra by road for Kolkata,
the first capital built by the East India company in India.
An Overnight stay follows the whole, tiresome journey.
Day-10: Kolkata » Bhubaneshwar
Sightseeing travel tours of Kolkata are organized in the
morning. In the afternoon, the groups of tourists leave Kolkata
to reach Bhubaneshwar, the capital town in the state. In the
end the movement of the tourists takes place to the local
hotel for a satisfying stay in the regional hotel.
Day-11: Bhubaneshwar » Konark » Puri
The tourists leave Bhubaneshwar for Puri and before reaching
the destination, they reach Konark, the ancient and historically
important Sun Temple by the side of Bay of Bengal. In the
afternoon, the groups of tourists visit the temples of Puri,
one of the four pilgrimage centers of our country, namely,
Puri, Dwarka, Rameswaram and Badrinath. The hectic day ends
with an overnight stay at one of the city's hotel.
Day-12: Puri » Bhubaneshwar
The morning is spent at the discretion of the tourist. On
arriving at Bhubaneshwar, the tourists check-in at the local
Day-13: Bhubaneshwar » Delhi
On day 13, the tourists are occupied in the whole morning
with a travel tour of Bhubaneshwar. The ancient city of Bhubaneshwar
is home to a group of 600 pristine temples. It would be no
overstatement to state that what temples are to this ancient
city, the forts are to Rajasthan. Bhubaneshwar happens to
be the last station in East India. Then the tourists leave
for Delhi. On arriving, the tourists are lead to one of the
hotels for an overnight stay.
Day-14: Delhi » Agra » Delhi
The whole day number 14 is spent in deciphering the secrets
of Agra, and the en-route visit to the tomb of Akbar at Sikandara
is another attraction attached to the tour. A sightseeing
trip makes all the tourists to act as connoisseurs of the
grandiose Taj Mahal and enjoy the attractions that the city
has in its fold.
The tourists then leave Delhi, India's capital, for their