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East India Trips

India's eastern region is undiscovered territory for the traveler. It has much to offer; quaint hill towns facing the mighty eastern Himalayas, orchid gardens, tribal cultures, coastal towns with stunning medieval shrines covered with carving and sculpture, plantations producing the finest of teas, unspoilt beaches and forest expanses sheltering abundant wildlife.   

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East India Trips Tour Snapshot

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  • The region lies in the humid-subtropical zone, and experiences hot summers from March to June, the monsoon from July to October and mild winters from November to February. The interior states have a drier climate and slightly more extreme climate, especially during the winters and summers, but the whole region receives heavy, sustained rainfall during the monsoon months. Snowfall occurs in the extreme northern regions of West Bengal and Daringbadi in Odisha
  • Durga Puja Festival

14 Days Tea Tour in Darjeeling & Gangtok

Destination to Visit: Delhi, Bagdogra, Darjeeling, Gangtok, Kolkata, Chennai

Trip Overview:

From bustling Kolkata, Indias vibrant capital of culture, to the astounding beauty of Darjeeling, with its verdant tea plantations, Himalayan vistas and Buddhist monasteries - take the road less travelled on this captivating journey.

 

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