A Cup of Tea – Experiencing The Champagne of Teas

The most drank liquid after water in the world is tea. What makes tea so special? How is tea produced? How are different blends made? Where is the best tea
6N/7D
Car, Sightseeing

The Old Silk Route

The Old Silk Route, this itinerary encapsulates magnificent views of nature, a significant part of history, and unparalleled traditional values. These 6 days will take you back in time to
5N/6D
Car, Sightseeing

The Symbiotic Relationship (7D/6N)

Mangan - 1 Night  Upper Dzongu - 2 Nights    Kalimpong 1 Night           Gangtok 2Nights The Himalayan state of Sikkim is beatified miniature bridge between the
6N/7D
Car, Sightseeing

Esses Homestay – by LA Homes

This homestay has only 2 rooms with all ultra-modern amenities one can think of like free wifi, rooms with wooden flooring,  mood lighting, Hairdryer, access control and many more. with
Gangtok

Getting Back to Nature

Our busy city life curtails our association with nature and soon we tend to forget that we are not the only creatures living on this planet. This tour is designed
4N/5D
Car, High Altitude, Sightseeing, Walk

LA Home 1 – Darjeeling

This homestay is a villa with four delightfully decorated rooms, the essence of colorful decoration is brought out by the white walls. This homestay also features a working fireplace in the
Darjeeling

Exploring Gangtok – The Lepcha Way (4N/5D)

The Himalayan state of Sikkim is beatified miniature bridge between the modernity and the tradition. The land of Himalayan attracts tourists around the globe. Gangtok, the capital city of Sikkim,
4N/5D
Car, High Altitude, Sightseeing, Walk

LA Home 2 – Kalimpong

This homestay is a hilltop homestay with five spacious standard rooms. Whole Bhutia family comes together to serve the guest. Located at the hilltop just in front of Deolo forests, our
Kalimpong

LA Home 1 – Lower Zuluk

This homestay is a forest homestay with eight spacious standard rooms. All the earnings from the homestay are contributed towards running a free school for children. It is run by a Lama (Buddhist
Zuluk