4 Days

Darjeeling grew in prominence during the mid 19th century when, because of its climate, the British first established a hill station there after leasing it from the Chogyal of Sikkim and later discovered that the area was particularly well suited for tea plantations. In 1849, the British annexed the area and Darjeeling became a part of British India. The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway was opened in 1881 (it is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site) and the town became the de-facto summer capital of India during the days when the Raj was governed from Calcutta. Because it was a popular hill station during the days of the Raj, a lovely Victorian town was built among the Himalayan foothills, the remnants of which are still visible around the Chowrasta and Darjeeling remains a popular summer and fall resort for the natives of Kolkata today. For foreign tourists, the main attractions are the cultural diversity (many Tibetan refugees moved here after Tibet was annexed by China and they co-exist with the descendants of the many Nepali and Bihari laborers brought to work in the tea plantations), the beautiful views (including the wonderful vista view of Kanchenjunga), a variety of trekking options, and the opportunity to cool down after a stint in the plains. The town is also a jumping off point for travelers heading to Sikkim.

<p>After arrival at Shiliguri, you will take your lunch. Then proceed towards “Darjeeling”. After arrival and check-in to Hotel, free evening time for leisure. Dinner and Overnight stay at Hotel.</p>

<p>After Breakfast, you will proceed for full-day sightseeing where you will visit: Japanese Temple, HMI, Zoo, Cable Car Station, Tenzin Rock. Your lunch will be served in any local restaurant or packed lunch; depend upon the tour planning. Evening free time. Dinner and overnight sty at Hotel, Darjeeling</p>

<p>You need to wake up in early morning and ready for move towards Tiger Hill for enjoying sunrise and scenic view of “Mount Kanchenjunga”. Then return to Hotel for breakfast where on the way you will visit Tiger Hill , Ghoom</p><p>Monastery , Batasia Loop. After your breakfast at Darjeeling Hotel, you will proceed for day trip to Kalimpong. Dinner and Overnight stay at Darjeeling</p>

<p>After breakfast, you will move towards “Shiliguri” via Mirik. Then you will catch your return transport to back your home with a lot of sweet memories.</p>


  • * Accommodation for 03 Nights in Standard Hotel twin sharing basis.
  • * All transfer & Sightseeing.
  • * Daily 03 Major Meals.
  • * Park Entry Fees.
  • * Applicable Toll & Taxes.


  • * Dhaka-Shiliguri-Dhaka Transportation.
  • * Travel Tax.
  • * Any Activity Fees & Entry Fees which not included in tour plan.
  • * Any food except 03 major meal on fixed menu basis.
  • * Anything not specified in inclusion.
Click for Price Chart of Different Group Size

Price Chart for Different Group Size are given below:

Group Size (02 Person): BDT. 21,000

Group Size (03 Person): BDT. 17,000

Group Size (04 Person): BDT. 13,000

Group Size (05 Person): BDT. 12,000

Group Size (06 Person): BDT. 11,000

Group Size (07 Person): BDT. 10,500

Group Size (08 Person): BDT. 9,850