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Love Hills? Book Odisha Tour Packages

March 28, 2019 by Excursion2india  

With the holidays just around the corner, are you dying for an escape to a place which is far from the maddening crowd of the city? Do you wish to embark on a trip to an exotic hill station? Well, planning a trip to Odisha can be the key to a remarkable trip amidst the beautiful nature!

Be it a family trip or an outing with your friends, the mountains can be a great place for nature lovers, adventurers, families and romantics. While it’s true that India is home to numerous hill stations, there’s something about Odisha’s hills which attract visitors from all over the world. Along with the hills, the unique combination of scenic natural beauty, exotic culture, long coastline and towering mountains make opting for Odisha Tour Packages from Bangalore an informed travel decision.

Listed below are a few places which should definitely be a part of your tour itinerary!

4 Places To Visit When Booking Odisha Tour Packages from Bangalore For The Perfect Hillside Sojourn

  1. Daringbadi

daringbadi

Situated at a height of approximately 3000 ft, Daringbadi is one of the most popular hill stations not only in Odisha, but also in India. The place is widely known as the “Kashmir of Odisha” due to its unparalleled scenic beauty. This beautiful place is gifted with pine forests, coffee gardens and beautiful valleys. The true beauty of the stunning surroundings can be enjoyed by reaching the top of this hill station.

  1. Mahendragiri

mahendragiri

Located in Odisha’s Gajapati district, Mahendragiri is a place of immense scenic beauty. Situated at an elevation of around 4925 ft, the place is beautifully surrounded by thick forests and stunning hills. The surrounding lush green forest is home to flying squirrels, peacocks, spotted deer, talking mynahs and leopards. What’s more, on the top of the hill, there are three temples which are named after the Pandava brothers and their mother Kunti.

  1. Dhenkannal

dhenkannal

When choosing all-inclusive Odisha tour packages from Kolkata, Dhenkannal is one place which you just cannot afford to miss. Tourists from various parts of the world visit Dhenkannal not only for its beautiful hill stations, but also for the numerous Hindu temples which this place boasts of.

The most popular attraction here is the Kailash temple, built in the traditional Kalinga style architecture. Devotees need to climb 1352 stairs for paying a visit to this temple. Thousands of pilgrims gather in this place to celebrate Maha Shivratri – the most important festival here.

  1. Taptapani

taptapani

Taptapani is another famous hill station which you should visit during your trip to Odisha. Situated at an elevation of around 1800 ft, the place is widely known for its hot sulphur water spring. It is believed that the water of this spring can cure ailments. Near to this spring is the famous Kandimata Mnadir. When in Taptapani, you should even visit the spectacular deer park which is maintained by the state department.

With this list of must-visit hill stations, don’t you think a trip to Odisha can indeed be rewarding? Time to approach a leading travel agency and book affordable Odisha tour packages!

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Places To Visit During Himachal Pradesh Tour from Bangalore

March 28, 2019 by Excursion2india  

The land of adventures and surreal beauty, Himachal Pradesh is the dreamland for nature enthusiasts and mountain lovers. It is the spectacular abode of snow-capped mountains, cascading waterfalls, deep river valleys and hilly terrains. While honeymoon couples can wander in Shimla and Manali, solo travelers can find solace in Mcleaodganj and Kasol. No matter whether you are an adventure seeker or a nature lover, book Himachal Pradesh tour packages from Kolkata, Bangalore, Delhi or elsewhere at Excursion2India and embark on an exciting tour this season.

Places To Visit During Himachal Pradesh Tour

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  • Shimla

The beautiful capital of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla, is one of the most attractive hill stations in India. During the British era, the city served as the summer capital of India. It is home to some spectacular colonial buildings like Christ Church and Viceregal Lodge.

  • Manali

Situated in Beas River Valley, Manali is another popular hill station in Himachal Pradesh. It is the place to be for adventurous activities like mountain biking, trekking, river rafting, paragliding and climbing.

  • Dalhousie

Located on the edge of the Dhauladhar mountain range of the Himalayas, Dalhousie is a hill station surrounded by snow-capped peaks. The Britishers developed it as a summer resort for their troops during the tenure of Lord Dalhousie.

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Discover Himachal

No. of days: 10nights/11days

Places Covered: Chandigarh – Shimla (2nights) – Manali (3nights) – Dharamsala (2nights) – Dalhousie (2nights) – Amritsar (1night)

Detailed Itinerary:

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Day 1: Chandigarh – Shimla: Arrive at Chandigarh airport and straight away start for Shimla, nearly 2.5 hours drive. Check into a hotel on arrival in Shimla. After some relaxation, go to take a glimpse of the famous 17th century built Christ Church. Later on head to Mall Roadand the Ridge. Do shopping on the Mall Road lined with shops on both sides. Have a wonderful dinner. Overnight in Shimla.

Day 2: Shimla: After breakfast, proceed for half day city tour visiting Indian Institute of Advanced Studies, which is housed in Viceregal Lodge, also called Rashtrapati Niwas. Go on to visit Sankat Mochan Temple and Jakhu Temple – temples dedicated to Lord Hanuman. Have lunch at one of the many restaurants in Shimla. In the afternoon, you are completely free to enjoy the breathtaking beauty of Kufri region. Take a horse ride to reach Mahasu Peak, the highest peak of Shimla region. If time permits, visit Fagu, a picturesque small village, and enjoy horse riding in the splendid apple orchids. Have dinner in the evening. Overnight in Shimla.

Day 3: Shimla – Manali: Check out from the hotel, have breakfast and start for Manali, a drive of nearly eight hours. Check into a hotel on arrival in Manali. Have some relaxation. Take a walk around the hotel and acclimatize in the new surroundings. Have dinner. Overnight in Manali.

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Day 4: Manali: Start for a half-day excursion to Rohtang Pass, an area one may get snow even in Summer. On the way back visit Solang Valley, a hub of adventure sports like paragliding. Solang Valley is the best place to experience skiing during winter. Have dinner and retire to the comforts of your room for an overnight experience.

Day 5: Manali: After early breakfast start for an excursion to Manikaran, a drive of around 2.5 hours from Manali. On the way visit Kullu Valley where guests have the option to explore White water rafting. During evening visit hot springs, temples and Manikaran Sahib Gurdwara. Have dinner and overnight in Manali.

Day 6: Manali – Dharamsala: Check out early and visit Hadimba Temple. Return, have breakfast and start for Dharamsala, a drive of more than seven hours. On the way, you can stop at Baijnath to see the famous Shiva temple. You can also stop at Palampur, famous for Tea Garden. Check into a hotel in Dharamsala. Overnight in Dharamsala.

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Day 7: Dharamsala: After breakfast go on to visit places in and around Dharamsala. Most important place is Mcleodgunj, headquarter of the Tibetan government in exile. Have a look at Tsuglagkhang, the residence of His Holiness Dalai Lama. Make a point to visit St. John’s Church in Wilderness (Built in 1853), War memorial, Bhagsunath Temple and Dal Lake. Visit Norbulingka Monastery and Kangra Fort.

Have dinner after an exhausting full day sightseeing of Dharamsala and nearby places. Overnight in Dharamsala.

Day 8: Dharamsala – Dalhousie: Check out from Dharamsala and drive to Dalhousie. This is a drive of nearly 3.5 hours. Check into a hotel on arrival in Dalhousie, a hill station named after Lord Dalhousie, British Governor-General. Dalhousie is surrounded by varied vegetation – pines, dodders, oaks and flowering rhododendron.

After arrival, go on to visit Panchpula (literal meaning five bridges), a popular tourist place where you can see rippling streams and nice environment. On the way back visit Satdhara falls, a gorgeous waterfall that is named after the seven springs in the region.

Have dinner and overnight stay in Dalhousie.

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Dalhousie Castle

Day 9: Dalhousie: After breakfast head forKhajjiar, located 24km away from Dalhousie. You can enjoy in numerous activities in Khajjiar, often referred to as the ‘Mini Switzerland’ of India. Khajjiar is located at the base of the Dhauladhar mountains. You can get a panoramic view of the ranges from the hill town. Also visit the famous Khajjiar Lake and the Khajji Nag temple.

Go on to visit Chamera Lake, a destination for water sports in Dalhousie. It is a major source of water supply for the villagers and is continuously fed by Ravi River. If time permits, you can visit Chamba also. Return to Dalhousie. Have dinner. Overnight in Dalhousie.

Day 10: Dalhousie – Amritsar: Check out from the hotel in Dalhousie after an breakfast and start for Amritsar. This is a drive of around seven hours. Check into a hotel on arrival in Amritsar. On arrival, get fresh in the hotel and visit the Golden Temple for the evening ceremony when Granth Sahib is returned to the room. Immerse in the spiritual environment of the Golden Temple. After spending some lovely time, return to your hotel. Have dinner and retire to your room for a comfortable sleep. Overnight in Amritsar.

Day 11: Amritsar – Onward Destination: Go to check out Jallianwala Bagh, the historic place where a lot of unarmed Indians were killed by an unprovoked firing done on the orders of General Dyer, a British Army General, in 1919. After paying homage to the innocent lives that were killed that day, return to the hotel. Have breakfast. Check out from the hotel afterwards and drive to the airport. Take a direct or a connecting flight to your onward destination.

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Excursion2India - Walking Tours

March 28, 2019 by Excursion2india  

Looking for a tour operator which can help you discover the best of India, Nepal and Bhutan. Look no further; Excursion2India is here to fulfill all your travel needs.

Apass India Leisure Solutions Pvt. Ltd, our parent company, has been in the hospitality business for long – operating hotels and resorts (Estuarine Village Resort & Cherry Hotels & Resorts), organizing customized tours to foreign countries(Vacations Beyond) and also organising different kinds of tours in India, Nepal and Bhutan (Excursion2India).

We, at Excursion2India, ensure our guests have their dream time satisfying all desires they have on any tour. Be it tour packages to Sikkim, be it tour packages to Goa, be it tour packages to Rajasthan, or tour packages to Uttarakhandor Himachal Pradesh, we customize all itineraries as per the choice of our guests.

As a responsible eco-sensitive tour operator, be it religious tours with family to holy places, tours to Kerala or Andaman Islands, or tour programs to NepalLadakh and Bhutan, we have moral obligations to ensure you have memorable vacations.

Tigress as seen at Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan

Our dedicated team of associate professionals can even arrange exciting walking tours in India for people who wish to explore the country on foot. Whether you wish to take walking tours in Kolkata or go on a heritage walk in Old Delhi, we will make it possible for you to see the rich heritage of India from close quarters.

With our wealth of experience in the travel industry, we know that the habits of tourists differ quite a lot. In the words of Mark Twain, traveling is the greatest learning experience one can ever take. What one tour can teach, hundreds of books cannot. Interesting aspect is that people learn a lot without realizing they have learnt. We, as a facilitator in this exercise, believe this experience is awesome when things go as you wish and not the other way around. This is why we encourage guests to undertake customized tours even though we are quite adept at organizing group tours as well.

We can be your travel partner and go the extra mile to understand your travel needs and help you choose your desired holiday destinations. Our professionals understand that vacations are more about individual interests and choices. With our numerous tour packages at your offerings, we give you the privilege to pick a travel destination that best suits you. Whether you wish to go for a vacation in KeralaSikkimUttarakhandDarjeelingOdishaMadhya Pradesh or South India, we can design tour packages that best suit your interests and needs.

Punakha Dzong in Bhutan. Once a fortress, the Dzong houses administrative offices and residence of monks

We have mentioned numerous itineraries under several heads like Hills, Beaches, Wildlife and Culture. To help you make the most of your trip, we have even mentioned about the carnivals and festivals you should try to be a part of. Our customised tours to various parts of India, Nepal and Bhutan are possible in different budgets. Same itineraries are possible for flash packers, luxury seekers and premium travelers.

At Excursion2India, we will plan everything for you – right from tour itinerary and travel arrangements to your security, we will do everything on your behalf. All you need to do is book tour packages you long for.

 

Treat yourself to customized tour packages with Excursion2India!

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Booking Your Bhutan Tour Packages From Anywhere

March 22, 2019 by Excursion2india  

Bhutan, The land of the Thunder Dragon, is a landlocked country sandwiched between its larger neighbours India and China. Shrouded in mystery and magic, Bhutan is the place to be for every nature lover.

Declared as “the happiest place on Earth”, Bhutan still remains a mystery to most people all over the world. The pristine environment and rugged landscape of the country makes Bhutan one of the most popular tourist destinations. Bhutan may make you forget the beautiful hill destinations of India!

Book Bhutan tour packages from Kolkata, Bangalore, New Delhi, or anywhere else from Excursion2India for a soothing retreat in the laps of nature.

Places To Visit In Bhutan

  1. Paro

The historic valley town of Paro boasts of many historic buildings and sacred sites. The country’s only international airport is located in Paro. A crystalline river meanders down the picturesque valley.

Tiger’s Nest Monastery

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Standing above the enchanting forest of the rhododendrons and blue pines, the Tiger’s Nest Monastery hangs on a cliff. It is the place where Guru Rinpoche arrived on the back of a tigress and brought Buddhism into Bhutan.

Thimphu
The largest city in the Kingdom of Bhutan, Thimphu is the capital of Bhutan. Though the city is now abundant with nightclubs, restaurants and shopping centers, Thimphu still retains its values and cultural identity.

Why Opt For Our Bhutan Tour Packages?

  • Tour operators who specialize in offering complete Bhutan tour packages
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  • Assistance all throughout the trip
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Cultural Panorama of Bhutan

Duration: 11nights/12 days

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Vendors selling vegetables at weekend market in Paro, Bhutan

Day 1: Arrival at Paro international airport

On your arrival at Paro International Airport, you will be greeted by our English speaking representative, who will help you negotiate customs and immigration formalities. After a round of welcome drinks and an opportunity to settle in comfortably, you can either go out for a quick visit to the centre of town or relax at the hotel depending on the time of the day you have arrived and your personal convenience.

Day 2: Paro

While in Bhutan, enjoy taking long walks, as the beauty of this place can best be appreciated in this way. Paro is one of the destinations in the country that offers loads of interesting opportunity to travel and explore on foot. Therefore, leave a few hours of your second day to explore the place in this manner. Post breakfast begin the day with a visit to the National Museum, locally known as the Ta Dzong. The museum houses several exotic collections of arts, crafts, and paintings. To know about the culture of Bhutan, a visit to this place becomes mandatory. Once you have completely explored the museum, you can now enjoy a walking trail of Rinpung Dzong. Replete with legends and fables, visiting this place will contribute towards strengthening your treasure trove of knowledge of the country.

Post lunch visit the Drukgyel Dzong. The fortified ruins of the fort still resonate with the stories of valor and chivalry of the rulers who nipped several external invasions in its bud, in this very soil. On the 2nd day of your cultural tour, you may also visit a local farmhouse to witness the lifestyle and traditions of the natives staying here!

Visit the Kyichu Lhakhang in the evening, a very revered place in the country for the locals.

Day 3: Paro – Thimphu
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Dzong and Assembly Hall, Thimphu, Bhutan

The distance between Thimphu and Paro is about 60 km and offers for an interesting journey. Leave Paro after breakfast for Thimpu, Capital of Bhutan. Before you reach Thimphu, you will halt over at Chuzom. This place is mostly celebrated for being the confluence where the Paro River and the Thimphu River meet. Visit the Simtokha Dzong, located near Thimphu, which is the oldest fortress of the country. Today, this fortress houses the School for Buddhist Studies and attracts people from all over the world.

Post lunch visit the King’s Memorial Chhorten, a burial center and the Tashichho Dzong that literally translates to fortress of the auspicious religion. Built in the mid 16th century, this place today houses the main secretariat building. In the late afternoon, a visit to the handicrafts emporium will just complete the day! This place also houses the folk heritage museum and is a great place to give you an insight into the traditions of the place. In the evening, visit the local markets to pick up local articles and souvenirs to carry back home.

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Day 4: Thimphu sightseeing

After a sumptuous breakfast at the hotel complete with Bhutanese breakfast delicacies as well as traditional continental fare, visit Dupthop Lhakhang, a place of spirituality and worship for Bhutanese nuns. You will also visit the Thimphu Mini Zoo, where you will be greeted by Takin, the national animal of Bhutan. This animal is unique of Bhutan, as it lives only on the Himalayan slopes. Its head looks like that of a goat and the body resembles that of a cow or yak. Enjoy a really beautiful view of the sun set from Sangaygang View Point which is about 2685 meters above sea level. The entire Thimphu Valley is visible from here. Return to your hotel, have dinner and take good night’s rest.

Day 5: Thimphu – Punakha

After breakfast, visit the National Library, the Painting School, and the Traditional Medicine Institute, a few of the popular attractions housed within the city. Post lunch proceed towards Punakha that was once the capital of Bhutan. Punakha continues to remain the winter residence of Je-Khenpo, the country’s spiritual leader.

To catch a glimpse of the beauty of Bhutan, halt en-route at Dochula and spend a few moments with nature. On arrival in the city, check into the hotel and rejuvenate your senses. In the evening visit the Punakha Dzong and the Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten before finally retiring for the day.

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Day 6: Punakha – Wangduephodrang – Gangtey

Have early breakfast and leave for Gangtey via Wangduephodrang. The scenic beauty that you will witness en-route between the two destinations will indeed mesmerize you. The thick greenery, the forests, the flowers and the chirping birds will almost make you feel as if everything is just surreal. To make yourself believe that you were still in Bhutan cultural tour, visit the impressive Wangdue Dzong, nestled comfortably atop a hill. The pretty architecture of the Dzong truly complements the naturally beautiful surrounding. The Gangtey Village offers for an interesting insight into the lives of the locals here. Visit the place to carry back fond memories of the place. The Gangety Gompa located in the heart of the place boasts itself of being the only Nyingmapa monastery in the vicinity.

Day 7: Gangtey – Trongsa

Gangtey is locally popular as Phobjikha valley and is most visited for its natural ambiance and distinct wildlife. The Black Necked Cranes make this place their winter homes and can be seen in high numbers especially during the winter months. Post lunch travel to Trongsa to visit its markets and the Pele La Pass.

Day 8: Trongsa – Bumthang

Early morning, after breakfast, visit the Trongsa Dzong, most noted for its architecture. A fine example of Bhutanese art and architectural styles, the Dzong was built in the mid 16th century. Post this visit; embark on your journey to the next destination, Bumthang, popular among the natives and tourists alike for its religious significance.

Day 9: Bumthang
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Tamshing Lhakhang, Bumthang, Bhutan

Bumthang refers to the culmination of the four valleys – Chumey, Choekhor, Tang and Ura across altitudes that range from 2600 meters to 4000 meters. Fondly frequented by devotees for the temples and monasteries housed here, even the tourists visiting this place can expect to spend some moments of serenity. While here visit the Tamshing LhakhangJakar DzongKurje Lhakhang, and the Jambay Lhakhang – all ancient places of worship.

Day 10: Thimpu

After breakfast you will start for Thimpu, an eight hours drive from Bumthang. Stop en-route at Trongsa town and Wangduephodrang for lunch and refreshments and relax for a while. On reaching Thimphu check into a hotel. Have dinner and enjoy a good night rest after a long day out.

Day 11: Thimphu – Paro

On arriving in the Paro city, embark on an excursion to the Taktsang Monastery. This ancient monastery is a place of great reverence for the locals. Even tourists visit this place to soak themselves in the charisma that fills up the place. While here, do not miss to listen to the many fables that the locals will narrate to you. The interesting tales will enhance the pleasures of your trip to the place. Your stay will be organized in the pre-booked hotel in Paro.

Day 12: Departure

Post breakfast, leave for the airport for your onward journey to complete the Bhutan cultural tour and back home.

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Book Your Ladakh Tour Packs From Bangalore

March 22, 2019 by Excursion2india  

Ladakh, the land of high passes is famous for its immaculate mountain beauty and rich culture. With its picturesque landscapes, cold blue waters and mystifying passes, it is truly every explorer’s paradise. Ladakh showcases an exotic character and is shrouded in a transcendental aura. Enfolded by snow-capped mountains, it is a tourist destination that’s gaining huge popularity. Opting for our incredible Ladakh tour packages from Kolkata  or Ladakh tour packages from Bangalore and Delhi can be the perfect opportunity to explore this wondrous land.

Some Of The Places Covered In Our Packages

  • Leh

Known as “Little Tibet”, Leh is known for its pristine environment, scenic locales and barren mountains

  • Sham Valley

One of the most beautiful treks in Ladakh, the Sham Valley can give you the traditional aroma of the villages here.

    • Lamayuru Monastery

 

Situated on the Srinagar-Leh highway, the Lamayuru Monastery is one of the most captivating places you can visit during your trip.

  • Nubra Valley

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With breathtaking views, the Nubra Valley offers incredible scenery on a grand scale. It is renowned for the forest of Hippophae shrub.

Best Things To Do During Your Trip

  1. Attend an early morning prayer at a Buddhist monastery
  2. See the colourful Chhams performed by the Buddhists
  3. Go on a trek to explore the heritage of the region
  4. Drive along the narrow and rocky terrains
  5. Take an adventurous Camel ride

Why Choose Us?

  • Affordable Ladakh tour packages to suit every traveller’s budget
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Discovering Ladakh

No. of Days: 7nights/8days
Places Covered: Leh (1night) – Sham Valley (1night) – Lamayuru Monastery – Leh (1night) – Nubra Valley (1night) – Hunder – Diskit – Leh (1night) – Shey Palace – Thiksey Monastery – Pangong Lake (1night) – Hemis Gompa – Leh (1night)

Detailed Itinerary:
Day 1: Leh: Arrive at Kushok Bakula Airportin Leh. On a clear day the flight to Leh is quite sensational. From one side of the aircraft you can see the peaks of K2Nanga ParbatGasherbrum at a distance and from the other side you can see Nun Kun massif. Transfer to a hotel in the city on arrival. Leh is at an high altitude and the body needs time to acclimatize. So, have some relaxing time in the hotel after arrival. Sip in some tea and have a nice lunch.

Towards the evening visit Leh PalaceShanti Stupa and Leh Market. Have a nice Ladakhi dinner. Overnight in Leh.

Day 2: Leh – Sham Valley: Check Out from the hotel and start for Sham Valley – a drive of nearly four hours. Start the drive along the Leh – Kargil highway. On the way, stop at Gurudwara Patthar Sahib, nestled deep in the Himalayas. Drive some 4km further and you can reach Magnetic Hillwhere laws of gravity are defied.

Drive further on the highway to reach the confluence of the Indus and Zanskar Rivers. Just before you reach Saspul, you take a detour to visit Likir Monastery, one of the most active monasteries in the region. A colossal image of Maitreya, installed out in the open here, is a real attraction.

Resume the drive along the River Indus afterwards to reach Uletokpo. En-route you can choose to visit Ridzong Monastery. After all these visits drive a little further and check into a camp hotel. Have a nice dinner. Overnight in Sham Valley.

Day 3: Sham Valley – Lamayuru – Leh: After breakfast head for the 11th Century Lamayuru Monastery. On the way you should not escape the mesmerizing moon landscapes, named do because these look similar to the land formations as seen on the moon.

Lamayuru is located along the plain valley with mountains surrounding it on all sides. Have a look at the monastery. Start the return journey to Leh. First significant sight on the way back is that of Alchi Gompa complex. Dating back to 11th Century, this complex of temples is the most celebrated of Ladakh’s monasteries. Drive straight from Alchi to Leh. Check into a hotel on arrival. Have a nice dinner and retire to your room for a comfortable overnight sleep in the hotel.

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Day 4: Leh – Khardungla – Nubra Valley: After
breakfast, head to Nubra Valley, situated at a distance of around 120km, but which takes around five hours to reach. The route to Nubra Valley passes over Khardung La, the highest motorable road in the world at 5,602m (18,390 ft) and around 39 km from Leh. From the pass, one can see all the way south over the Indus valley to seemingly endless peaks and ridges of the Zanskar range, and north to the giants of the Saser massif.

Resume the journey afterwards and reach Nubra Valley, popularly known as Ldumra or the valley of flowers. Nubra Valley is situated in the north of Ladakh between the Karakoram and Ladakh ranges of the Himalayas. The average altitude of the valley is 10,000ft. above sea level.

Check into a camp hotel in Nubra Valley. Walk around the small villages and interact with the locals. You can choose to visit a Ladakhi home. Have dinner at the camp hotel. Overnight in Nubra Valley.

Day 5: Nubra Valley – Leh: After breakfast at the camp hotel, go to Hunder where you can ride a double humped Bactrian camel on the sand dunes of this high altitude desert with snow capped mountains on the horizon. It is amazing to see sand dunes at this altitude.

Drive to Diskit, headquarter of Nubra Valley. Stroll around the bazaar observing the shops and local people going about their daily chores. Diskit is famous for 515 years old Buddhist Monastery, lying magnificently situated on a hilltop, facing the entire Valley. After a visit to monastery, drive back to Leh through Khardung La.

Check into a hotel in Leh on arrival. You can relax in your room and enjoy a nice dinner. Overnight in Leh.

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Day 6: Leh – Pangong Lake: After having a nice breakfast in the morning, start for Pangong Lake, brackish water lake with a width of 5-6km and a length of around 130km. Two-third of this lake lies in China.

On the way to Pangong, visit Shey Palace, the ancient capital of Ladakh. Driving further on the route with picturesque landscape, you come across Thiksey Monastery, an impressive complex rising tier upon tier on a hill above the village. After visiting these two monasteries drive further towards Changla Pass (5486m). This is a long easy ascent through winding roads. The route passes through Sakti Village.

You can stop for some time at Changla Passand then visit the village of Tangtse, where you can relax for a cup of tea. Pass through several more villages and all of sudden you get a view of Pangong lake situated at 14,000 feet (4,267 meters) behind the hills.

Check into a camp hotel on arriving at Pangong lake. Have a nice dinner at the camp hotel. Overnight at Pangong Camp hotel.

Day 7: Pangong – Leh: Morning at leisure to explore the beauty of lake and later we drive back to Leh en-route visiting Hemis Gompa, the largest monastic foundation of Drukpa Kagyu Order of Tibetan Buddhism. Drive further to Leh and check in at our hotel for Overnight stay.

In the evening you can stroll around the market place for some last minute souvenir shopping. Overnight in Leh.

Day 8: Leh- Onward Destination: Check out after breakfast to go to the airport to catch your flight for onward destination.

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Booking Sikkim Tours From Bangalore

March 21, 2019 by Excursion2india  

Nestled amidst the stunning Himalayan ranges, the mystical land of Sikkim is nothing less than a paradise for every explorer. The tiny landlocked state can captivate onlookers with its natural excellence and enthralling beauty. Blessed with the presence of immaculate valleys, dramatic landscapes, cascading waterfalls, rich flora and fauna, snow-clad peaks and verdant pastures, Sikkim is a haven for naturalists and adventure enthusiasts. Taking on our Sikkim tours  from Kolkata and Bangalore can thus give you a memorable experience for a lifetime.

Popular Tourist Attractions

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Ringitt River in Pelling Town

Adventurous Activities You Must Try During Sikkim Tours

  1. River Rafting In Teesta

River rafting in Teesta can be the ultimate adventurous experience for tourists. Rafting in Teesta can be the perfect outdoor adventure both for beginners and advanced adventure enthusiasts.

    1. Rock Climbing

Mounting the natural rocks of the Himalayas can be a dream come true for rock climbers. With every step that you grade up, the thrill will be endless.

  1. Para Gliding

Paragliding, one of the most thrilling adventure sports is the best outdoor adventurous activity you can try out in Sikkim. For the ultimate paragliding experience, consider being a part of the Annual Paragliding Festival.

  1. Trekking

Trekking, be it anywhere in Sikkim, is an everlasting affair altogether. People from various far and near places gather every year for trekking the grandeur peaks of Sikkim. The most notable trekking trails in Sikkim are-

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Places Covered: Gangtok (4nights)- Lachen (2nights) – Lachung (1night) – Ravangla (1night) – Pelling (2night)

Detailed Itinerary:

Day 01: NJP Rly Stn / IXB Airport – Gangtok:
Meet & Greet on arrival at NJP Railway Station/Bagdogra Airport and transfer to Gangtok (3,950 ft.). On arrival check in to your hotel. Overnight stay at Gangtok.

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Tourists on Indian side of Nathula Border

Day 02: Excursion to Tsomgo Lake, Nathula & Baba Mandir:
After breakfast start for an excursion to Tsomgo Lake (12,400 ft.) and Baba Mandir (13,200 ft.) which is 55 kms one way from Gangtok city. Go on to visit Nathula, the border pass between India and China. This route is now used for Kailash Mansarovar Yatra as well. Return to the hotel afterwards.Overnight stay at Gangtok.
(In case of Land slide or Army not allowing travel to Tsomgo Lake for any other reason, we will provide alternative sightseeing)

Day 03: Gangtok: After breakfast local sightseeing around Gangtok.

Day 04: Gangtok – Lachen (107km/6hrs): After breakfast check out from the hotel with limited luggage and proceed to Lachen (8,500 ft), North Sikkim. On the way take a break for some beautiful spots which are worth seeing and visiting like Naga Waterfall, the Confluence of Lachen Chu (River) and Lachung Chu (River) at Chungthang and Bhim Nala Waterfall.

On arrival at Lachen check into your hotel. Dinner and Overnight stay at Lachen.

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Gurudongmar Lake, North Sikkim. Photo: Uttam Dey for Excursion2India

Day 05: Lachen – Chopta Valley – Gurudongmar Lake: Early Morning drive to Chopta Valley (13,200 ft) and Gurudongmar Lake (17,100 ft). Back to hotel. Overnight stay in Lachen.

Day 06: Lachen – Lachung (45km/2hrs): After breakfast drive to Lachung (8,700 ft). Arrive in Lachung and check in to your hotel. Dinner and overnight stay in Lachung.

Day 07: Lachung – Yumthang Valley Excursion – Gangtok: Early morning drive to Yumthang Valley(12,000 ft), famous as Valley of Flowers in Sikkim. On the way back, visit Hot Spring considered to have medicinal properties. Back to resort for lunch and transfer to Gangtok (5,500 ft). On the way if the weather is clear you may get to see views of Mt. Khangchendzonga from Singhik View Point. On arrival in Gangtok check-in to your hotel.

Rest of the evening free for your own activities. Overnight stay in
Gangtok.

Day 08: Gangtok – Ravangla: After breakfast start for Ravangla. Visit Buddha Park. Overnight in Ravangla.

Day 09: Ravangla – Pelling via Chardham: After breakfast start for Pelling (6,300 ft). En-route visit Temi Tea GardenSamdruptse and Siddheshwar Dham (Chardham) in Namchi. On arrival check-in to your hotel. Overnight stay in Pelling.

Day 10: Pelling: After breakfast, start for full day sightseeing. Places to visit in the First Half of the tour – Darap villageRimbi waterfallsKhecheopalri Lake and Khangchendzongha waterfalls. Places to visit in the afternoon – Pemayangtse MonasteryRabdantse Ruins, New Helipad Ground. Overnight stay at Pelling.

Day 11: Pelling – NJP Rly Station/IXB Airport: After breakfast, check-out from the hotel and take the departure transfer to NJP Railway Station/IXB Airport for your onward journey.

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Booking Himachal Pradesh Tour Packages from Bangalore?

March 11, 2019 by Excursion2india  

Planning to go on a vacation to the beautiful Himachal Pradesh? The snow-capped mountain peaks, lush green valleys, a plethora of adventure activities and mesmerising scenic beauty makes this hill station the place to be for every traveller. But, are you perplexed about the ways to ensure once-in-a-lifetime experience when holidaying in Himachal Pradesh? Read on.

Himachal Pradesh Tour packages from Kolkata

Nestled in the Western Himalayas, Himachal Pradesh is widely renowned for its snowy mountain peaks, beautiful lakes, cascading rivers, old monasteries and scenic Spiti. Whether you are travelling solo, with your friends, family or partner, the beautiful state has something to offer to each of its tourists. What’s more, from trekking and paragliding to rafting and skiing, the fun never ceases on the trip when you book Himachal Pradesh tour packages from Kolkata.

Here’re some adventurous things you must do when holidaying in Himachal Pradesh!

Himachal Pradesh Tour Packages From Kolkata: Exciting Things To Do During Your Trip

  1. Trek To Saru Tal

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Going on a trek to the Pabbar Valley in Shimla can be a memorable experience for life. Located at a height 3600m, the Saru Tal trek is best to take up in the months of June and October. The trek gives tourists a crystal clear view of the mesmerising Gangotri range along with the outstanding view of the thickly wooded valley as well as wild flowers.

  1. Heli-Skiing At Hanuman Tibba

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Can anything be more adventurous than flying in the beautiful powdery blue sky and looking at the towering snow-capped Himalayas neck to neck? Well, Heli Skiing at Hanuman Tibba will just do that for you, giving you the opportunity to get your adrenaline pumping. The experience of Heli-skiing will be like being in the laps of nature, completely undisturbed from the rest of the world. Trust us; it will be an experience and scene you will cherish throughout your life.

  1. River Rafting In Manali

River-Rafting

This is one exciting thing which you should definitely include in your trip itinerary when opting for Himachal Pradesh tour packages from Kolkata. Rafting in the fresh, natural white gushing waters along with rising waves of Beas River can provide you with a great river rafting experience. The spectacular view of the rising waves of Beas River’s white water is amazing for both experienced as well as inexperienced rafters.

  1. Watching Sunset At The Pir Panjal Range

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The Mall road of Dalhousie is widely known for offering the best possible sunset view which one can behold. Dalhousie boasts of some mesmerising points which provide excellent views of the sunset from the mountainous range of the middle Himalayas. For instance, you can watch the sunset at the Pirpanjal Range of the Himalayas with your loved ones.

  1. Ride The Toy Train Ride To Shimla

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When in Himachal Pradesh, you just can’t miss the amazing journey of the toy train from Kalka to Shimla. Crossing through 864 bridges in addition to channelling through 102 dark tunnels across 20 small railway stations, this joyous toy train ride is worth enjoying. The smell of fresh dew on vegetation, the fresh air to breathe in and the beautiful view of the countryside add on to the charm of the 100-year-old toy train.

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Best Bhutan Tour Plan & Packages from Bangalore

March 8, 2019 by Excursion2india  

Bhutan, The land of the Thunder Dragon, is a landlocked country sandwiched between its larger neighbours India and China. Shrouded in mystery and magic, Bhutan is the place to be for every nature lover.

Declared as “the happiest place on Earth”, Bhutan still remains a mystery to most people all over the world. The pristine environment and rugged landscape of the country makes Bhutan one of the most popular tourist destinations. Bhutan may make you forget the beautiful hill destinations of India.

Book Bhutan tour packages from Kolkata, Bangalore, New Delhi, or anywhere else from Excursion2India for a soothing retreat in the laps of nature.

Places To Visit In Bhutan

  1. Paro

The historic valley town of Paro boasts of many historic buildings and sacred sites. The country’s only international airport is located in Paro. A crystalline river meanders down the picturesque valley.

Tiger’s Nest Monastery

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Standing above the enchanting forest of the rhododendrons and blue pines, the Tiger’s Nest Monastery hangs on a cliff. It is the place where Guru Rinpoche arrived on the back of a tigress and brought Buddhism into Bhutan.

Thimphu
The largest city in the Kingdom of Bhutan, Thimphu is the capital of Bhutan. Though the city is now abundant with nightclubs, restaurants and shopping centers, Thimphu still retains its values and cultural identity.

Why Opt For Our Bhutan Tour Packages?

  • Tour operators who specialise in offering complete Bhutan tour packages
  • Reasonable prices to suit the budget of every traveler
  • Assistance all throughout the trip
  • Wide range of tour packages to choose from
  • Holiday packages which meet your specific travel needs
  • Guaranteed customer satisfaction

Cultural Panorama of Bhutan

Duration: 11nights/12 days

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Vendors selling vegetables at weekend market in Paro, Bhutan

Day 1: Arrival at Paro international airport

On your arrival at Paro International Airport, you will be greeted by our English speaking representative, who will help you negotiate customs and immigration formalities. After a round of welcome drinks and an opportunity to settle in comfortably, you can either go out for a quick visit to the centre of town or relax at the hotel depending on the time of the day you have arrived and your personal convenience.

Day 2: Paro

While in Bhutan, enjoy taking long walks, as the beauty of this place can best be appreciated in this way. Paro is one of the destinations in the country that offers loads of interesting opportunity to travel and explore on foot. Therefore, leave a few hours of your second day to explore the place in this manner. Post breakfast begin the day with a visit to the National Museum, locally known as the Ta Dzong. The museum houses several exotic collections of arts, crafts, and paintings. To know about the culture of Bhutan, a visit to this place becomes mandatory. Once you have completely explored the museum, you can now enjoy a walking trail of Rinpung Dzong. Replete with legends and fables, visiting this place will contribute towards strengthening your treasure trove of knowledge of the country.

Post lunch visit the Drukgyel Dzong. The fortified ruins of the fort still resonate with the stories of valor and chivalry of the rulers who nipped several external invasions in its bud, in this very soil. On the 2nd day of your cultural tour, you may also visit a local farmhouse to witness the lifestyle and traditions of the natives staying here!

Visit the Kyichu Lhakhang in the evening, a very revered place in the country for the locals.

Day 3: Paro – Thimphu
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Dzong and Assembly Hall, Thimphu, Bhutan

The distance between Thimphu and Paro is about 60 km and offers for an interesting journey. Leave Paro after breakfast for Thimpu, Capital of Bhutan. Before you reach Thimphu, you will halt over at Chuzom. This place is mostly celebrated for being the confluence where the Paro River and the Thimphu River meet. Visit the Simtokha Dzong, located near Thimphu, which is the oldest fortress of the country. Today, this fortress houses the School for Buddhist Studies and attracts people from all over the world.

Post lunch visit the King’s Memorial Chhorten, a burial center and the Tashichho dzong that literally translates to fortress of the auspicious religion. Built in the mid 16th century, this place today houses the main secretariat building. In the late afternoon, a visit to the handicrafts emporium will just complete the day! This place also houses the folk heritage museum and is a great place to give you an insight into the traditions of the place. In the evening, visit the local markets to pick up local articles and souvenirs to carry back home.

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Day 4: Thimphu sightseeing

After a sumptuous breakfast at the hotel complete with Bhutanese breakfast delicacies as well as traditional continental fare, visit Dupthop Lhakhang, a place of spirituality and worship for Bhutanese nuns. You will also visit the Thimphu Mini Zoo, where you will be greeted by Takin, the national animal of Bhutan. This animal is unique of Bhutan, as it lives only on the Himalayan slopes. Its head looks like that of a goat and the body resembles that of a cow or yak. Enjoy a really beautiful view of the sun set from Sangay Gang View Point which is about 2685 meters above sea level. The entire Thimphu Valley is visible from here. Return to your hotel, have dinner and take good night’s rest.

Day 5: Thimphu – Punakha

After breakfast, visit the National Library, the Painting School, and the Traditional Medicine Institute, a few of the popular attractions housed within the city. Post lunch proceed towards Punakha that was once the capital of Bhutan. Punakha continues to remain the winter residence of Je-Khenpo, the country’s spiritual leader.

To catch a glimpse of the beauty of Bhutan, halt en-route at Dochula and spend a few moments with nature. On arrival in the city, check into the hotel and rejuvenate your senses. In the evening visit the Punakha Dzong and the Khamsm Yulley Namgyal Chorten before finally retiring for the day.

Day 6: Punakha – Wangduephodrang – Gangtey

Have early breakfast and leave for Gangtey via Wangduephodrang. The scenic beauty that you will witness en-route between the two destinations will indeed mesmerize you. The thick greenery, the forests, the flowers and the chirping birds will almost make you feel as if everything is just surreal. To make yourself believe that you were still in Bhutan cultural tour, visit the impressive Wangdue Dzong, nestled comfortably atop a hill. The pretty architecture of the Dzong truly complements the naturally beautiful surrounding. The Gangtey village offers for an interesting insight into the lives of the locals here. Visit the place to carry back fond memories of the place. The Gangety Gompa located in the heart of the place boasts itself of being the only Nyingmapa monastery in the vicinity.

Day 7: Gangtey – Trongsa

Gangtey is locally popular as Phobjikha valley and is most visited for its natural ambience and distinct wildlife. The black necked cranes make this place their winter homes and can be seen in high numbers especially during the winter months. Post lunch travel to Trongsa to visit its markets and the Pele le Pass.

Day 8: Trongsa – Bumthang

Early morning, after breakfat, visit the Trongsa Dzong, most noted for its architecture. A fine example of Bhutanese art and architectural styles, the Dzong was built in the mid 16th century. Post this visit; embark on your journey to the next destination, Bumthang, popular amongst the natives and tourists alike for its religious significance.

Day 9: Bumthang
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Tamshing Lhakhang, Bumthang, Bhutan

Bumthang refers to the culmination of the four valleys – Chumey, Choekhor, Tang and Ura across altitudes that range from 2600 meters to 4000 meters. Fondly frequented by devotees for the temples and monasteries housed here, even the tourists visiting this place can expect to spend some moments of serenity. While here, visit the Tamshing Lhakhang, Jakar Dzong, Kurje Lhakhang, and the Jambay Lhakhang – all ancient places of worship.

Day 10: Thimpu

After breakfast you will start for Thimpu, an eight hours drive from Bumthang. Stop en-route at Trongsa town and Wangduephodrang for lunch and refreshments and relax for a while. On reaching Thimphu check into a hotel. Have dinner and enjoy a good night rest after a long day out.

Day 11: Thimphu – Paro

On arriving in the Paro city, embark on an excursion to the Taktsang Monastery. This ancient monastery is a place of great reverence for the locals. Even tourists visit this place to soak themselves in the charisma that fills up the place. While here, do not miss to listen to the many fables that the locals will narrate to you. The interesting tales will enhance the pleasures of your trip to the place. Your stay will be organized in the pre-booked hotel in Paro.

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Booking Darjeeling Tour Packages From Bangalore? Here’s A Quick Travel Guide

March 5, 2019 by Excursion2india  

Do you wish to embark on a charismatic mountain escapade? Seeking places with vintage charm and tranquil environs? Well, planning a trip to Darjeeling – the ‘queen of hills’ can be the experience of a lifetime. Trust us; a holiday in Darjeeling is what your soul, mind and body need to reset and restart!

Darjeeling tour packages from Kolkata

Nestled in the foothills of the majestic Himalayas, Darjeeling is one of the most loved hill stations in India. A nature lover’s paradise, a honeymooner’s dream and a backpacker’s delight, the hill station is a canvas of natural beauty. With snow-capped peaks of the Kanchenjunga, lush green vistas and ethereal views of the hilly terrain, Darjeeling is a feast for the eyes. Opting for Darjeeling tour packages from Kolkata can thus be a remarkable experience.

Check out the handy guide below to learn everything you need to know!

Places To Include in Your Trip Itinerary when Booking Darjeeling Tour Packages

  • Ghoom Monastery

Ghoom Monastery, the popular name of Yiga Choeling is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Darjeeling. With colourful prayer flags fluttering around its premises, the monastery houses a towering 15-feet statue of the Maitreya Buddha. Counted among the oldest Buddhist monasteries in this region, it is even home to ancient manuscripts of Buddhism.

  • Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park

The Padmaja Naidu Zoological Park is the highest altitude zoo in our country. It is widely renowned as the lone Indian zoo which fosters conservation programmes for endangered animal species like Snow Leopard, Red Panda, Tibetan Wolf, etc. A visit to this zoo is a must for every tourist!

  • Mahakal Temple

Perched atop the Observatory Hill, the Mahakal Temple is an amalgamation of Hinduism and Buddhism religions. It is a religious site where both Hindus and Buddhists come together. The sound of priest and monks chanting fills the air when you climb the about 100 steps to reach the temple.

Things To Do During Your Trip

  • Watch Sunrise From Tiger Hill

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Make your way to Tiger Hill before the crack of dawn to see one of the most magnificent sunrises. The spectacle when the horizon turns crimson as the rays of the sun fall on the majestic Mt. Kanchenjunga peak can be a sight to behold.

  • Take A Joy Ride On The Toy Train

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Taking a joy ride on the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway is one thing you just can’t afford to miss when opting for Darjeeling tour packages from Kolkata. Declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the train connects the lower plains with Darjeeling through a mesmerising journey of Himalayan grandeur.

What To Eat When In Darjeeling

A trip to Darjeeling is incomplete without tasting the yummy local dishes of this popular hill station. Momos are one of the most popular snack foods which you should definitely try here. Prepared by dumplings made of flour with vegetables or meat, these are available at most small and big eateries. Thukpa is another popular Tibetan dish which is a delicious meal in itself. Served piping hot, it is a wholesome hot noodle soup which is served with vegetables, eggs and meat.

Time to book an all-inclusive Darjeeling holiday package for a memorable vacation!

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