North East India
Delhi – Kolkata – Jorhat – Majuli – Jorhat – Kaziranga – Tezpur – Barpeta – Manas- Guawahati –Kolkata- Delhi
Brahmaputra cruises feature visits and attractions such as wildlife viewing (both by jeep and on elephant back), village walks, visits to tea gardens, exploring country towns in cycle rickshaws, barbecues on deserted river islands, dance performances, and visits to craft workshops.
The coastal active delta of Sunderbans at the mouth of Bay of Bengal in Bangladesh, having a complex geomorphologic and hydrological character with climatic hazards, has a vast area of mangrove forests with a variety of flora and diverse fauna in a unique ecosystem.
Kolkata:- Flower Market, Howrah Bridge, The Victoria Memorial, The Saint Paul’S Cathedral Botanical Garden.
Majuli:- Majuli Island, Paalnaam, Salmara Village
Kaziranga:- Elephant Ride, Kaziranga National Park.
Manas:- Manas National Park (Only Tiger Reserve In Assam)
Guwahati:- Kamakhya Temple, Mathanguri Point
Best Time to Visit:- October To April
Darjeeling is a flavorful district, internationally known and famous for its tea industry. This hill town is on a lower range of altitude in comparison to the others in the Himalaya, which allows the residents and visitors to escape the immense summer heat of the plains.
Destinations: Delhi – Bagdogra – Darjeeling – Gangtok – Bagdogra – Delhi
Darjeeling: – Tiger Hill, Toy Train, Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park & Tea Garden
Gangtok: – Enchey Monastery, Tashiling, Rumtek Monastery, Orchid Sanctuary.
Best Time to Travel: September to November is ideal for sightseeing and outings. December to January is perfect for those like chilly climate. February to June is ideal for all tourist activities in Darjeeling.
Spread over more than 340 sq. km of wet land , Kaziranga park is the place where one of the last creatures of the pre-historic age, the Rhinoceros, lives. Kaziranga park also attracts large numbers of migratory as well as resident birds.
Places Covered: Guwahati- Manas- Kaziranga – Kolkata
Guwahati : Visit, Kamakhya Temple,Umandanda Island and Kalakshetrra
Manas : Traditional Tribal Dance ( Bodo Tribe). Elephant Safari
Kaziranga : Elephant Safari / Jeep Safari
Kolkata: Cruise on the Hubli River
Best Time To Travel: October – March
Itinerary:-Kolkata – Bagdogra- Kurseong – Darjeeling- Kalimpong – Pemayangtse – Gangtok – Kolkata
Sikkim is a land of rich and varied scenic beauty, magnificent mountains, eternal snows, dark forests, green fertile valleys, raging torrents and calm, placid lakes. Her magnificent variety of flora and fauna are the naturalist’s dream; the steep variations in elevation and rainfall give rise to a glorious multitude of species within a comparatively limited area. The scenic grandeur of mighty snow-capped peaks, the highest of which is the 28,162 feet – the mighty Kanchenjunga.
“Abode of the Gods” – is the right phrase for this beautiful state.
Kurseong: Ambootia Tea Factory, Shiv Mandir,
Darjeeling: Tiger Hill, Ghoom Monastery, ‘Toy Train’ Botanical Garden, Observatory Hill, Dhirdham Temple, Zoological Park.
Kalimpong: Durpin Dara Monastery,Tibetan Buddhism. Colourful Bazar.
Pemayangtse: Tashiding Monastery, Pine Forested Yaksum, Dhubdi Monastery.
Gangtok: Tashi View Point, Mt.Kanchenjunga, Do-Drul Chorten And Monastery, Institute Of Tibetology.
Kolkata: Victoria Memorial,Eden Garden, Hooghly River.
Best Time of Travel: October to May
Delhi – Gangtok – Lachung – Rumtek – Bagdogra – Delhi
Sikkim is home to around 5,000 species of flowering plants, 515 rare orchids, 60 primula species, 36 rhododendron species, 11 oak varieties, 23 bamboo varieties, 16 conifer species, 362 types of ferns and ferns allies, 8 tree ferns, and over 424 medicinal plants. A variant of the Poinsettia, locally known as “Christmas Flower”, can be found in abundance in the mountainous state. The orchid Dendrobium nobile is the official flower of Sikkim, while the rhododendron is the state tree.
Gangtok:- Tashi View Point
Lachung:- Yumthang ,Flower watching
Rumtek:- Rumtek Monastery
Best Time Travel:- April – May (As per the flower show)
Duration of the Flower Show – 7 days
The world of tea has hardly changed in the past century in the Darjeeling, Assam and Dooars region. The culture surrounding the huge tea plantations is a unique phenomenon and is a lifetime experience. Darjeeling Tea is widely and universally acknowledged to be the finest tea, because its flavor is so unique that it cannot be replicated. Connoisseurs will assert that without Darjeeling, Tea would be like Wine without the prestige of Champagne. We will take you to the areas that produce some of the best teas in the world- Assam and Darjeeling. Visit some of the picturesque tea gardens, walk around the tea estates, interact with the planters and workers experience local culture, visit tea factory and witness the preparation, participate in tea tasting, stay in century old colonial tea bungalows and get pampered with planter’s hospitality.
Destinations: Delhi – Dibrugarh – Jorhat – Guwahati – Kurseong – Dajeeling – Delhi
Delhi: Heritage Tour of Old Delhi like Chandani Chowk, Red Fort etc.
Dibrugarh: Heritage Tea Garden, Mancotta Tea Estate
Jorhat: Nimati Ghat, Majuli, Vaishnava monasteries
Guwahati: Kamakhya Temple
Kurseong: Tea estate of Makaibari
Darjeeling: Tiger Hil, Ghum Monastery, Toy Train, Himalayan Mountaineering Institute.
Best Time: April – November
Places Covered: Kolkata – Dibrugarh – Sibsagar – Mon – Jorhat – Majuli – Ziro – Nameri Wildlife Park – Dirang – Sela Pass – Tawang – Bomdila – Tezpur-Guwahati – Kolkata
The Naga people are organized by tribes differentiated by language and some traditions. They have a strong warrior tradition. Their villages are sited on hilltops and until the later part of the 19th century, they made frequent armed raids to villages on the plains below. The tribes exhibit variation to a certain degree, particularly in their languages and some traditional practices.
Kolkata:- Victoria Memorial, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Indian Museum.
Sibsagar:- 200 year old Sibsagar tank, the Shivadol, the Vishnudol and the Devidol.
Mon:- Shangnyu village
Majuli:- Majuli islands
Ziro:- Apatani Village, canework paint
Nameri:- Nameri Wildlife park
Dirang:- Rupa valley, Bomdila
Tawang:- Tawang Monastery,
Guwahati:- Kamakhya Temple