Package Name : Tinchuley Tour with Takdah, Lamahatta and Chatakpur
Tour Duration : 4 Nights & 5 Days [Tinchuley-2N, Chatakpur-2N]
Pickup and Drop : NJP Station / Bagdogra Airport / Siliguri Station
Places to Visit : Tinchuley, Gumbadara viewpoint, Orchid Centre at Takdah, Takdah Monastery, Peshok Tea Garden, Lamahatta Eco Park, Chatakpur
Welcome to Tinchuley Tour with NatureWings - The North Bengal Tour specialist. Tinchuley is the latest secret eco-friendly tourist destination in Darjeeling. This eco-friendly destination with tea Gardens, Orange Orchard, and majestic Mt. Kanchenjunga makes it the most promising eco-village and one of the key destinations in Village tourism in Darjeeling district. The main attraction of this village is its Hospitality where one gets the feeling of being in their own home. The two hours drive to Tinchuley through the magnificent mountains is a splendid experience.
Tinchuley lies on the laps of nature and has a variety of sightseeing to offer. One can take a walk through the jungle trail or can dip their feet into the cool Teesta water. If you are a bird lover you could sit in the jungle and listen to the soft chirping of birds. Not only the Mt. Kanchenjunga but also the Teesta running amidst the forest is a great view for photography lovers.
Climate in Tinchuley : Summer around 5 to 20° C,winter around 2 to 10° C
Altitude : 6,000 ft
Clothing & Luggage : Travel as light as possible with the least minimum clothes, toiletries, and other essential commodities. The weather of Kolakham during summer requires light woolen garments. In the winter, heavy woolen is required.
Food And Drink : Drink only bottled water. Please carry your water from Darjeeling, Kalimpong or Siliguri. Since this area doesn't have any single shop, it is always advisable to carry dry foods like to carry biscuits, chips, dry fruits, fruits, etc. Foreign Liquors / Alcohols are not also available in Tinchuley.
Health Facility & Health Precautions : It is advisable to carry specific medicines as there are no pharmacy shops in Tinchuley. Always carry a kit of the basic emergency medicines you might need for diarrhea, fever, etc, also band-aids and an antiseptic ointment. The nearest health facility /medicine shop is available at Takdah or Darjeeling.
Card Payment & ATM : Credit/Debit Card is not accepted in Tinchuley. In Tinchuley there is also no ATM. Please carry cash for all your transactions.
Telephone / Mobile Phones : Most of the major mobile operator covers Tinchuley. However, on many occasions signals are not strong enough. It is advisable to carry mobile phones from two different mobile service providers.
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Meet and Greet at NJP / IXB and start for Tinchuley Tour. Tinchuley is a small eco-friendly mountain village and one of the key destinations in Village tourism in Darjeeling district. The word Tinchuley means Three Ovens (i.e. Tin Chullahs). It has given such a name because of the three prominent hilltops that surround the place and which from far look like ovens or chullahs. The three-hour drive to Tinchuley through the magnificent mountains is a splendid experience, and majestic Mt. Kanchenjunga makes it the most promising eco-village destinations in Darjeeling. Overnight Stay in Tinchuley.
Post breakfast, explore in and around Tinchuley -
Gumbadara Viewpoint - It offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the mighty Teesta and the entire Eastern Himalayan range with all its beauty.
Orchid Centre at Takdah - Takdah has a great Orchid Centre spread across a vast stretch of area. It’s about half a kilometre from the market area towards 6th mile. Here you can see many kinds of unusual and colourful Himalayan Orchids being cultivated and grown. Many tourists come to Takdah, particularly to visit the Orchid centre.
The Orchid centre, which was one of the best in Asia, was neglected for a long time. But now the state government has taken a fresh initiative to revive the centre.
Takdah Monastery - Takdah Monastery located at Takdah near a steep uphill boulder road after the market area leads to a steep stairway. You will need to climb several flights of stairs to reach up to the Monastery. But once there, the views are awesome. From here you can get a sweeping view of Rungli Rungliot Tea Gardens, Teesta Valley Tea Estate and Durpin Dara View Point, Kalimpong etc.
Peshok Tea Garden - Peshok Tea Garden is one of the Sight Seen from Takdah, where tourist visits the Peshok Tea Garden and enjoys the beautiful scene at Tea Garden. The Peshok Tea garden village is in Rangli Rangliot Tehsil of Darjeeling district in West Bengal, India. It is situated 5.3km away from sub-district headquarter Takdah.
Lamahatta Tour - Lamahatta Village is on the Darjeeling-Kalimpong state highway. The beauty of the place is further enhanced by a new garden developed recently surrounded by prayer flags and a wide variety of flowers and orchids to lure tourists.
Surrounded by greenery and rivers amidst picturesque terraced farmland, Lamahatta is a tiny mountain village that now boasts of an upcoming eco-tourism destination. Overnight in Tinchuley.
After having the hot breakfast in Tinchuley Hotels / Homestays, start for Chatakpur Tour, around 35 Kms from Tinchuley and will take around 1.5 hr. Chatakpur another hidden gem in the district of Darjeeling, situated at 7800 mt above the sea level. Chatakpur will welcome you in a dense cloud and it is within the Sinchal Wildlife sanctuary. Have lunch in the homestay and explore the village on foot. Overnight stay in Chatakpur Homestay.
Wake up early morning and enjoy the breath-taking sunrise view of Mt. Kanchanjhungha from your Chatakpur Homestay. The splendid view of majestic Kanchanjhungha and the inner beauty of Mother Nature will mesmerize you.
Walk in the forest and explore the local pokhri (pond) at your leisure and rejuvenate yourself in the lap of nature with the warm hospitality of the local people. Overnight stay at Honestay in Chatakpur.
Post Breakfast, walk in the village on your own and start for NJP / Bagdogra Airport with a sweet Tinchuley Tour memory and cherish for forever.
October to March/April witnesses the best weather in Tinchuley. Clear sky with pleasant environment.
All depends on the weather, but still from October to January end, it’s almost assured, unless there is a sudden rain.
There will be a shared vehicle available, but very less in no. & local people share it. We recommend to come from NJP to Teesta Bazar by share vehicle & from Teesta Bazar, you will get a shared vehicle for Takdah.
One can reach Tinchuley form Darjeeling which is 32km (1.5 hours by car).
One can also reach Tinchuley from NJP which is 73 kms (about 2.5 hours), 77kms from Bagdogra (about 3 hours) and 35 kms from Kalimpong (about 1.5 hours’ drive). While coming from NJP / Siliguri by taxi, you will need to take Sevoke Road (NH10) and go towards Teesta Bazaar.
Tinchuley is mainly famous for the exotic view of sunrise from the Tinchuley Sunrise point, from this point one can see the Teesta valley, Kalimpong, Eastern and western Sikkim, Latpanchar and the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas.
North Bengal Tour Reviews - Kolakham, Charkhole, Lava, Rishyap, Chota Mangwa, Lamahatta
4.8 Stars Rating, out of 5
based on 25 Reviews
I highly recommend every tourist to give a visit to this place. As this is a newly recognized visiting place, it is free from pollution and crowd. You can take a cab from New Jalpaiguri. Lamahatta is closer than Darjeeling from NGP. Weather in Lamahatta is very comfortable, not so hot or cold and most importantly free from pollution. Lamahatta is a heavenly place with a full view of Kanchenjunga range. The beautiful park on the lap of hill is another attraction. As this is a newly recognized visiting place there are few hotels and restaurants mainly Home stays.
We recently had this wonderful opportunity to visit to Lamahatta. It is a perfect holiday destination if you are a nature freak and want to break away from your day to day busy, noisy, hustle-bustle life. You will have a lifetime of pleasant and healthy experience during your stay in Lamahatta. The breath-taking view of Mt. Kanchenjunga outside your room, the surrounding ecstasy of calm nature. Lamahatta Eco Park is really a spot that will make you forget all glooms and sulks of past life.
Hailing from humid Kolkata, Sikkim, and Darjeeling occupies a special place inside us apart from being the nearest hill station. NatureWings was recommended to me by my brother in law who went to the Silk Route and Zuluk Tour with them. I booked my trip for December 2019, and Mr. Akash from NatureWings actively took my call and provided me with a personalized itinerary. Their service was swift and even allowed me to make some changes on the trip. Our driver Mr. Tamang was a friendly person who treated and guided us very well, and his car was comfortable and well maintained. We got good view rooms, and the food served at both the places was fresh and hot. My trip went flawlessly, and thanks to the NatureWings team for their effort to make our trip a memorable one.
Being a solo woman traveler, it is not easy to find a trusted travel agency, and as I had previously gone for a Bhutan Package Tour with NatureWings so thought of visiting the Silk route with them. NatureWings Silk Route specialist Mr. Akash provided me with an excellent budget-friendly itinerary covering the best sightseeing places and also allowed me to make the changes I urged. All my queries were answered patiently by him, and as I was traveling alone, so he provided me a good driver who guided me well and followed my custom itinerary. The wooden cottages booked for me in the green valley of Kolakham was beautiful, and the view from my room was like a dream come true, as I saw Mt. Kanchenjunga standing head up high from my balcony with floating clouds passing by. Mr. Indrajeet booked good, safe rooms near to the reception and made sure to make comfort calls every day. Kolakham and Charkhole have a charm of its own, smiling people, far from the crowded cities, in the lap of untouched nature with picturesque views of the mountains that we could only dream. I would love to explore other destinations with NatureWings and recommend others also.
We visited Chota Mangwa in the first week of October last year. It is an Eco-friendly village with friendly and down-to-earth people to welcome you. You can get wonderful views of magnificent Kanchenjunga on a clear sunny day. The serenity and tranquility of this place overwhelmed us. The scenic beauty and the tranquility of the place and the whistling of the birds will surely give you a heavenly feeling... One of the best places we have ever explored...!!!
We recently had this wonderful opportunity for Chotta Mangwa Tour. It is a perfect holiday home if you are a nature freak and want to break away from your day to day busy, noisy, hustle-bustle life. You will have a lifetime of pleasant and healthy experience during your stay in Chotta Mangwa. The breath-taking view of Mt. Kanchenjunga outside your room, the surrounding ecstasy of calm nature, and early morning birds chirping will give you a wonderful experience for a lifetime.
We visited Tinchuley, which included in our itinerary and one of the offbeat destinations in Darjeeling. It is a calm village with tea gardens and orange orchards offering the tranquillity and nature makes it the most promising eco-village and a must-visit destination if you are planning to visit North-Bengal. Overall, we enjoyed our stay in Tinchuley with the warm hospitality of the home stay owners and the good service from our travel agent NatureWings.
We visited Tinchuley along with Chatkatpur destinations mentioned in our itinerary. After visiting this place, it overwhelmed us with replenishing views of sweeping valleys and majestic mountains jutting out against the sky, the arresting contours of Kanchenjunga, the rushing Rangeet River that slithers below. Overall, it is a journey worth taking.
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