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Best of Silk Route in 4 Night Trip

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The Old Silk Route or Silk Road which passes through East Sikkim is a part of the ancient network of trade routes which connected China to India. This route passed through Lhasa and Nathu La and Jelep La Pass and finally reached the port of Tamralipta (present Tamluk in West Bengal) from where it took to the sea and reached far east. This Ancient Silk Route is expected to have been discovered by traders as early as First Century AD.

Upon arrival, meet our representatives and drive to Gangtok. Upon arrival at Gangtok,check into Hotel. Free time to explore around the town. Overnight stay at Gangtok Hotel / Homestay.

Breakfast at Hotel & check out. Reach Tshangu Lake (12400 fts/ 40 kms/2 hrs) Visit  New Baba Mandir & drive to Nathula pass (14500 fts /optional with extra costs) View  Menmecho Lake & drive via Tukla, Kupup Lake, Yak Golf Course and reach Nathang by afternoon. Overnight stay at Homestay at Nathang Valley.

Sunrise from Eagle's Nest Bunker Point and  back for breakfast to Gnathang. Have breakfast and leave for Zuluk via Lungthung, Thambi View Point and Zuluk. Overnight stay at Homestay at Zuluk.


Sunrise from Thambi View Point and back for breakfast Have breakfast and leave for  Aritar/Mankhim via Padamchen/Rongli Enroute visit Kuikhola Waterfalls. Visit Lam-pokhari (Boating) Overnight at Homestay at Aritar/ Mankhim.


Early morning Sunrise view over Mt. Kanchenjungha from Mankhim.  Take a jungle walk and visit monastery. Back to Homestay for Breakfast and check out. Driveto NJP/ Bagdogra via Rangpo/Teesta.

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2 Pax



Nettle and Fern


4 Pax



Star continental & Spa

Hotel Pangseb

6 Pax



Hotel Iinori

Hotel Pema Dzong

8 Pax



The Silk Route Residency

Leo International

10 pax



Tarayana Grand












The above rates are calculated in per head basis

* Deluxe Packages: Hotel with all Modern Amenities for Gangtok and Home stays at Silk routes
* Standard Packages: Hotel with Basic Facilities Gangtok and Home stays at Silk routes



* Assistance on Arrival.
* A 24 - hour helpline.
* Hotel Accommodation on twin / double sharing basis.
* Meal Plan
1 - CP (Bed, Breakfast only)
2 - MAP (Bed, Breakfast and Dinner only)
3 - AP (Bed, Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks and Dinner Only)
* Vehicles are not to be at disposal and are available as per itinerary only (point to point basis).
* All sightseeing and excursions as mentioned in the itinerary
* All vehicle parking fees at the attractions.
* Luxury Vehicle (Innova/Xylo/Scorpio or similar) are allowed to carry only 6 passengers (supplement charges applicable to some categories as described in costing)
* Normal Vehicle (Max/Bolero/Sumo or similar) are allowed to carry only 10 passengers
* Rates are for Indian and Nepali Customers only
* NJP/Bagdogra to NJP Bagdogra only
* Air fare / train fare.
* Guide or escort charges & Monuments Entrance fees during sightseeing
* Camera Charges / Jeep Safari / Camel Safari / Elephant Ride Charges.
* Expenses of personal nature such as tips & gratuity, mineral water, telephone calls, laundry, soft & hard drink, Insurance etc.
* Additional adventurous activities like Rafting, Rock Climbing, Paragliding, Cable car, Yak ride, Toy Train Ride, Helicopter ride etc.
* Any other item not specified in the Package Inclusions.
* Supplement will be applicable for Single occupancy.
* Additional sightseeing or extra usage of vehicle, other than mentioned in the itinerary.
* Entrance Fees & Camera charges, Guide charges.
* Any cost arising due to natural calamities like, landslides, road blockage, political disturbances (strikes), etc (to be borne by the client and is directly payable on the spot).
* Room Heater Charges. Anything not specified in the inclusion.
* Nathula pass permit costs of Rs. 3000 -5000 each vehicle is extra subject to availability of Government passes

* Please carry original ID proof (Voter ID card / Pass-port / Driving License etc) for security purpose, issue of permits & hotel policy and pp size photographs.

* The mentioned hotels will be confirmed as per room availability. Otherwise we will confirm similar category hotel.


1. Check-in & Check-out time 12:00 hrs.
2. If arrival of guest is by train at Railway Station, please be informed that our executive will be there to receive the guest at the exit gate (near enquiry counter) If you arrive at Airport our executive will be there at Exit Gate of the Airport.
3. On arrival of guests, we will provide them local contact number of our executive, who will handle the entire operation.
4. Do not leave your belongings in the vehicle unattended. We will not be responsible for losses occurring in such cases.
5. Some of the tourist spots might be closed due to different circumstances and in this case we will try to divert you to another tourist destinations. If your visit coincides with such holiday and you miss sightseeing and you want to undertake the same sightseeing on another day, there will be extra charges payable for the same.
6. Please maintain timing for sightseeing / transfers which will advisable by our executive.

Reservation Policy
Confirmation of Hotel booking / Tour Package is subject to the remittance of 50% of the total tour cost in advance and rest to be paid 15 days prior to the commencing of the hotels / tours so as to protect all arrangements on definite arrival basis.

Cancellation – Rules

1 - 20% cancellation charge for cancelling more than 15 days in advance.
2 - 30% cancellation charge if cancelled between 15 to 8 days before arriva
3 - 50% cancellation charge if cancelled between 7 to 4 days before arrival
4 - 75% cancellation charge if cancelled between 3 to 1 days before arrival
5 - No refund is possible if cancelled on the day of arrival or later

* Cancellation charge is applicable on the total package cost.
* No refund is possible if the tour is cancelled due to bad weather, civil/political disturbance, or anything beyond human control. But there will be full cooperation from the entire team to make an alternate arrangement in such cases.
* In case your tour booking involves any government accommodation or services, such as tourism department lodges etc. The Cancellation policy will applicable on the package amount excluding government booking. For government booking, the cancellation rules of the concerned authority will be applicable.
* In case of very high season or special situations, we may communicate a different cancellation rule to you. If our team members communicated a cancellation rule different from the one mentioned above, then the above rule will not be applicable. Rather the rules communicated by our sales team member will take precedence

Other necessities and information:

Due to the wide range of temperature and climatic conditions it is advisable to dress in layers. For protection against cold, layered clothing is better than one or two thick garments. Clothing should preferably be made from natural materials, which allow the body to breathe.

Bring comfortable sport shoes for light hikes & sightseeing; hiking boots for treks; semi formal shoes for dinners/appointments/functions.

We should bear in mind that the higher the altitude, the cooler the weather, and that with a brisk wind blowing down off the mountains, even a low-lying valley can become quite chilly. The Northern and the Western part have a much harsher climate, with summer monsoon rains and winter snowfalls which may block passes leading into tourist spots. Winter in Sikkim and Darjeeling is from mid-November till March, and at this time of the year the climate is dry and sunny for the most part, temperatures peaking at around 15c. in the daytime and falling below zero at night. The monsoon usually arrives in mid-June, with light rain falling mainly in the afternoons and evenings. At the end of September, after the last of the big rains, autumn suddenly arrives, and is a magnificent season for trekking until November.


Nepali, Hindi and English are commonly spoken in the main towns and are the principal medium of instruction in schools throughout the state.

Sikkim and Darjeeling are one of the safest destinations in the world however you should still exercise caution when visiting. Avoid drinking tap water which has not been boiled at all times as most water sources in Sikkim and Darjeeling are untreated. One can easily acquire affordable treated and bottled water. People prone to car sickness should bring appropriate medicine as the winding roads on the mountains have plenty of curves and turns. Bring any medication you take regularly, or might need to take for a periodically recurring condition, such as asthma.

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