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On arrival at Bhuvaneswar transfer to the hotel. After refresh and relax proceed for sightseeing. Bhuvaneswar, the Capital of Orissa since 1950. Beside the site if ancient kalinga it is also known as the Temple Town on account of its many temples that date from 3rd to 16th centuary AD. Built up in two parts, one side is the ancient Orissa town with world famous temples and the other side newly constructed capital city with court, offices, residential etc.Sight Seeing Includes Konark, Lingaraja temple, Dhualagiri, Udayagiri and Kandagiri Caves etc.Overnight stay at Hotel.
Morning after breakfast visit Puri JakannathaTemple ,Beach, Atharnala Bridge, Nandan Kanan Biological park. Night proceed to kolkatha by train.
On arrival at Kolkatha check into hotel. Rest of the day is free for shopping. Night stay at hotel
Morning after breakfast proceeds for sightseeing. Kolkatha “The Paris of the East” is a medlay of moods, styles, cultures, politics, industry and commerce. An agent of east indian company, Mr.JobChamock is attributed the foundation of Kolkatha and it remain the Capital of british India till 1912. Now it is the eighth largest city of the world. Kolkatha is a unprecedented kaleidoscope of various contrasts, which are unseen elsewhere in the world. It is a unique blend of ancient occidental and oriental styles, skyscrapers and victorial edifices, and a heaven of rich as well as poor. It is also the cradle of the indian Renaissance and the birth place of Ravindranath Tagore.Sightseeing includes, BBD Bagh, Raj Bhavan, StGeorgecathedral, Writersbuilding, Fort William, Victoria memorial, ,The Maidan, Eden, Chowrainghee, Birla Planitorium, Birla Institute and technological museum, Howra bridge (Rabindrasethu), Vidyasagarsetu,Metro Rail ,Tram Service. Night stay at hotel.
After breakfast visit Dakshineswar Kali Temple, Marble Palace ,College Street, Ravindra Bharthi University, Kali Temple, Mother Tresa, homes, National library, Rabindra Sarobar, Belurmath, Botanical Garden.
Night proceed to Siliguri by bus.
Reach Siliguri and refreshment at Siliguri
Siliguri is the departure point for visitors to Darjeeling, Kalimpong, Sikkim and north eastern states. Siliguri is the major trade centre for the north-east and eastern Nepal. Proceed to Gangtok. On arrival check into the hotel for night stay.
Gangtok: The capital city of Sikkim, occupies the west side of a long ridge flanking the Ranipul River. The scenery is spectacular and there are excellent views of the entire Kanchenjunga range from many points in the environs of the city. Sightseeing includes, Visit Nathula Pass, Tsongo Lake etc. Night stay at hote in Gangtok.
Morning after breakfast visit Thash view point, namnam view point, enchay Monastery etc. Afternoon proceed to Darjeeling.
Darjeeling: Darjeeling conjures visions of snow peaks, serenity of vibrant green hills steeped in splendour, a land of breathtaking beauty crowned by the majestic Himalayas. Darjeeling is one of the most magnificent hill resorts in the world. This heavenly retreat is bathed in hues of every shade. Flaming red rhododendrons, sparkling white magnolias, miles of undulating hillsides covered with emerald green tea bushes, the exotic forests of silver fir – all under the blanket of a brilliant azure sky dappled with specks of clouds, compellingly confounds Darjeeling as the QUEEN OF HILL STATIONS. The crest of Kanchenjunga shining in the first dawn light truly supports the title.On arrival at Darjeeling check in to hotel for night stay.
Early morning proceed to Tiger hills to see the sunrise. After breakfast visit Bathadiyalu, Himalayan Miuntaineering Institute, Ropeway, Tensing or Gabhu rock, Happy Valley tea garden, Lloyd Botanical Garden, Tibetan Refugee self help centre and Japaneese peace pagoda.
Overnight stay at hotel.
Morning after breakfast proceeds to NJP Railway Station for departure
Enroute visit Merik-a picturesque tourist spot nestled in the serene hills of Darjeeling.