The Eastern Triangle

The Eastern Triangle

Taste the India’s godly beautified West India starting from Darjeeling one of the most popular scenic places. Highlights include the visit of Tiger Hill and Ghoom Monastery. Darjeeling is very much famous for the tea manufacturing.

Pelling will be your second stop where you will visit the Pemayangste monastery & walking excursion to Sango-Choling monastery

Pemayangste monastery was built for "pure monks" (ta-tshang) meaning "monks of pure Tibetan lineage", celibate and without any physical abnormality. This practice is still retained. Only the monks of Pemayangtse Monastery are entitled to the title "ta-tshang". The head lama of this monastery had the unique privilege of anointing the Chogyals of the erstwhile monarchy of Sikkim with holy water. Pemayangtse means "Perfect Sublime Lotus", and is said to represent one of the four plexus of the human body

Gangtok- Cradled in the manifold splendours of nature, deep within the snow-clad Himalayas, is Sikkim's capital - Gangtok. It has a very spectacular setting and offers excellent views of the entire Kanchenjunga range from various points in its vicinity. It offers a hospitable base to explore the varied wonders of this highland, its picturesque valleys, monasteries, mountain lakes and trekking trails. The town's ambience derives from a blend of tradition and modernity. There is a sense of calm and serenity, symbolized by the stupas and monasteries in Gangtok Highlight of Gangtok will be an excursion to Rumtek Monastery - which is located 24 km from Gangtok, the capital of the Sikkim. The monastery is currently the largest in Sikkim.