Wonders of North East 5 Nights

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You may think of the Northeast as one large emerald – lush, glittering and green. However, peer closer and you’ll notice this gem has many facets – 8 to be precise. This glorious octet of Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Assam, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and Sikkim come together to make the northeast region of India. Here, you’ll see some of the eco-friendliest travel locations, taste the unique flavours of bamboo and soybean twisting their way through the dishes, visit the lush Kaziranga National Park and sink into the spiritual energy of the most serene Buddhist monasteries.

Each state has its own charm, culture and traditions. You’re in for a surprise no matter where you visit. So, today, we’re going to lay these choices in front of you and then let you decide which state you’d like to sample. All we ask is that you surrender to the magic of Northeast Tourism and start planning your holiday here.


Accommodation on twin/triple sharing basis as mentioned above. . All the rooms are base category, unless indicated separately
- Meal Plan (as per mentioned above)
- All Permit fees and hotel taxes applicable as per itinerary Exclusive Non A/c Vehicle for all transfers & sightseeing as per itinerary. The concept of vehicles at disposal is not practiced in this sector.
- The vehicle provided shall strictly be on point to point basis only. The Vehicle may Change either every day or in every sector. For details refer vehicle details as mentioned above. T&C Apply
Air Fare/Train fare, insurance, any other activities like rafting, archery,rock climbing joy ride (toy train) etc for which supplemental charges to be paid by the guests directly
- Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone bills, bar bills, tips & gratuity, bottled water etc. . Entrance Fees for musems and monuments, Upgradation charges and Optional Tours to be paid by the guests directly on the spot.
- Any additional costs because of additional sightseeing ; extra usage of vehicle ; unforeseen events like natural calamities for instance landslides, external factors like blockades political disturbance etc. ; imposition of new taxes; increase in taxes or fuel price which impacts costs of surface transportation wil recovered directly from the guests.
- Room Heater Charges . Anything which is not included in the inclusion. . Goods & Services Tax (GST) .T&C Apply



Which is the best month to visit Sikkim?
As suggested by Sikkim Tourism, the best time to visit Sikkim is either between March and May or October and mid-December. If you want to witness the blooming natural beauty in Gangtok best season to visit would be in spring, from March to May. Autumn, on the other hand, brings the clear view of Himalayan Range.
Is there snow in Sikkim in October?
Gangtok does receive snow in winters but not in October. … Still there is a high probability to get snow at Gurudongmar, Nathula Pass, Yumeshdong and Katao Hill. But don’t worry Sikkim is beautiful in every seasons.
How can I get Sikkim permit?
Foreigners must obtain Inner Line Permit (ILP) to visit Sikkim. These can be obtained from all Indian Missions, Sikkim Tourism Offices at New Delhi, Kolkata, District Magistrates Office of Darjeeling, Siliguri, and Rangpo on the strength of an Indian Visa
Can I take my car to Sikkim?
You can not usually take self driven cars to protected areas of Sikkim including Tsomgo/Nathula and North Sikkim. You need to go through a registered tour operator, get permits and use their vehicle. … You can not get Protected Area Permits anywhere other than in Sikkim.
Which day Nathula Pass is closed?
The pass remains closed on Monday and Tuesday. Domestic tourists can visit the Nathula Pass in Sikkim on any other day of the week.


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