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Darjeeling-Kalimpong-Mirik Tour

Kangchenjunga is the third highest mountain in the world, and lies partly in Nepal and partly in Sikkim, India. It rises with an elevation of 8,586 m (28,169 ft) in a section of the Himalayas called Kangchenjunga Himal that is limited in the west by the Tamur River, in the north by the Lhonak Chu and Jongsang La, and in the east by the Teesta River.

একবার ভাবুন, আপনি ছুটছেন পাহাড়ি আঁকাবাঁকা পথ ধরে। জিপের ভেতর দাঁত কামড়ে বসে আছেন। পাল্লা দিয়ে চলছেন মেঘের সাথে। মেঘগুলো কখনো জিপের এক পাশের জানালা দিয়ে ঢুকছে। আর বের হচ্ছে অন্য পাশ দিয়ে। আপনি ছুটছেন প্রায় সাত হাজার ফুট উচ্চতার এক শহরের উদ্দেশে। বলছি দার্জিলিংয়ের কথা। হিমালয়ের কোল ঘেঁষে দাঁড়িয়ে থাকা ছবির মতো সুন্দর স্বপ্নপুরী এই দার্জিলিং।

Package Details

Duration of Tour: 4 days 5 nights
Travel Date: Any day
Hotel Location: 3 nights in Darjeeling
Hotel Category: Three Star (3*)
Pick Up & Drop Point: Dhaka
Vehicle Provided for Tour: A/C Bus/Jeep
Destination Covered in this Tour: Darjeeling, Kalimpong, Mirik
Per person cost: Adult 15,950 BDT, Child (-8 Y) 13,000 BDT, Infant (- 2) 1,500 BDT
Child Policy: 2-8 years: Accommodation will be shared with parents. Infant (0-2 years): All services will be shared with parents. Age will be counted as passport.
Contact Address: Dhaka Tourist, 181-181, Shahid Sayed Nazrul Islam Saroni (8th Floor), Bijoy Nagar, Dhaka-1000
Contact Person: Mostafizur Rahman, Cell No- 01612360348

A worker in a tea plantation in Darjeeling, with others nearby carrying parasols to shield them from the sun

Include in Package Price
Dhaka-Burimari-Dhaka by AC bus
Changrabandha to Darjeeling by reserved Tata Sumo jeep
Three nights accommodation at Darjeeling on twin share basis (3 star hotel)
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner from Dhaka
Sightseeing by reserved Tata Sumo jeep
Shiliguri to Changrabandha by reserved Tata Sumo jeep
Guide service from Shiliguri
Travel tax and Boarder tips
Tourist places entry and parking ticket

Tourists watch the sunrise and panoramic view of Kanchenjunga massif as seen from Tiger Hill at Darjeeling.

Exclude in Package Price
Visa fee (800+40 taka)
Any ride
Personal and medical services
Supplement for early check in and late check out
Anything not mentioned above etc.

Breakfast will be from Indian/Bangladeshi food Choice by hotel.
The above price may change anytime without notice.
Confirmation of room is subject to availability.
Other general terms & conditions will apply.

Magnificent surroundings: The breathtaking view from Darjeeling city onto a sweeping tea plantation and garden.

Tour itinerary

First night
Dhaka to Burimari by AC bus
Overnight journey
Packet dinner will be served in bus

Day 1: Burimari-Darjeeling
After breakfast Immagration in Bangladesh (Burimary) and India (Changrabandha) boarder
Starts journey for Darjeeling from Changrabandha
On the way lunch will be served in a hotel in Shiliguri
Check in the hotel in Darjeeling
Evening is free for shopping and others activity
After dinner overnight stay in hotel in Darjeeling

Banks of the river Teesta near Kalimpong.

Day 02: Darjeeling
At 04.00 am start for Kanchanjangha sightseeing from Tiger Hill
Then Visit Batasia Loop
After Breakfast Buddhist Monastery, HMI, Zoo, Tensing Rock, Tea Garden, Tibetan Refugee Centre, Japanese Temple & Rock Garden
On the visiting time lunch will be served in a hotel in Darjeeling
After dinner overnight stay in hotel in Darjeeling

Day 3: Kalimpong
After breakfast start for Kalimpong tour
On the visiting time lunch will be served in a hotel in Kalimpong
Return to hotel at evening
After dinner overnight stay in hotel in Darjeeling

Mirik town with a view of Sumendu Lake

Day 4: Darjeeling-Mirik-Burimary
After breakfast start journey for Mirik (Boating at Mirik Lake and horse riding personal)
After visit Mirik start journey for Shiliguri
Lunch will be served in a hotel in Shiliguri
After lunch start journey for Changrabandha boarder
In boarder immigration for India and Bangladesh

Last Night
After evening snacks start journey for Dhaka
On the way dinner will be served in a highway hotel
Next day at morning after reaching Dhaka end of the tour

Dhaka Tourist Chief Executive Mostafizur Rahman is in front of Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Darjeeling

We will be responsible for operation of the tours and excursions as mentioned in our brochure under the normal situation. So, for personal accident, sickness or loss of baggage during the tour, any political problem resulting in unusual situation to conduct a tour etc. we will not be responsible. However, we will try to extend all possible assistance to overcome such problems. But the guest must pay any extra cost incurred due to such problems.
We reserve the right to withdraw or amend any tour should condition warrant such action. In such a condition, any participant unable to avail the changed schedule is entitled to take his/her money refunded.
During visiting days all members must be maintaining by their leaders. We reserve the rights to accept or refuse any participant as a member of the tour.

Introduction of Darjeeling

Darjeeling is a town and a municipality in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is located in the Lesser Himalaya at an elevation of 6,700 ft (2,042.2 m). It is noted for its tea industry, the spectacular views of Kangchenjunga, the world’s third-highest mountain, and the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Darjeeling is the headquarters of Darjeeling district which has a partially autonomous status within the state of West Bengal.

The development of the town dates back to the mid-19th century, when the colonial British administration set up a sanatorium and a military depot. Subsequently, extensive tea plantations were established in the region, and tea growers developed hybrids of black tea and created new fermentation techniques. The resultant distinctive Darjeeling tea is internationally recognised and ranks among the most popular of the black teas.
The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway connects the town with the plains and has one of the few steam locomotives still in service in India.

Darjeeling has several British-style public schools, which attract pupils from India and neighbouring countries. The varied culture of the town reflects its diverse demographic milieu consisting of Gorkhas, Bhutia, Lepcha and other mainland Indian ethno-linguistic groups. Darjeeling, with its neighbouring town of Kalimpong, was a centre of the Gorkhaland movement (Separate State demand within India) in the 1980s. The town’s fragile ecology has been threatened by a rising demand for environmental resources, stemming from growing tourist traffic and poorly planned urbanisation.

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