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Gateway to North East India:

There are 11 operational airports in the North East, including at Guwahati, Tezpur, Dibrugarh, Jorhat & Silchar in Assam, Dimapur in Nagaland, Agartala in Tripura, Aizawl in Mizoram, Imphal in Manipur & Barapani in Meghalaya.

Though Gopinath Bordoloi Airport in Guwahati has more connectivity with the rest of the major Indian cities viz. Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai etc.

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport in Kolkata is also well connected to most of the ciities of the North East & acts as the corridor to the Northeast having both International & National flights connectivity.

Out of the railway stations that are operational, the three major being Howrah & Sealdah Railway Station in Kolkata & Guwahati Railway Station in Guwahati.


1.How to reach njp to darjeeling?




Welcome on arrival at Bagdogra Airport / New Jalpaiguri Railway Station and transfer to Darjeeling (95kms/3hrs). Once the summer capital of India, Darjeeling is a land of infinite variety and charm. It will cater you a mix-experience of lively nature & charming Himalayan people. It is the place of Dorje, the mystic thunderbolt of the Lama-Religion. Surrounded by Tea gardens; this little town faces some of the highest peaks of the Himalayas. Take rest and then walk around town to appreciate the new culture you are in. Overnight at Hotel.

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2.How to reach NJP to Gangtok?



Welcome on arrival at Bagdogra Airport / New Jalpaiguri Railway Station and transfer to Gangtok (114kms/4.5hrs). At an altitude of 5500ft Gangtok is the capital of the state of Sikkim, a beautiful and clean town promising of the best monasteries and landscapes. Evening free for individual activity and leisure, overnight at hotel.



3.How to reach NJP to Kolkata?



Welcome on arrival at Kolkata and Transfer to Hotel, Overnight at Hotel. Evening free for leisure.

Kolkata is the city of Joy, contrast and culture. Once it was the capital of India and now is the capital of Bengal. A visit to Kolkata may bring visitors to be in touch with combination of a rich 300 years old cultural heritage, vibrant modern life and cultures of different communities. Situated on the banks of river Hooghly, Kolkata was the first headquarter of the East India Company and later served as the capital of British India until 1912.