Tour overview


Lava : A small hamlet situated 30 kilometres (19 mi) east of the town of Kalimpong through Algarah in Kalimpong district of the state of West Bengal, India. Lava is situated at an altitude of 7,200 feet (2,195 m). It is one of the few places in West Bengal to receive snow in winter. It is the entry point to the Virgin Neora Valley National Park from Kalimpong.[9] The route to Lava is scenic with the change in vegetation from tropical deciduous to the wet alpine trees of fir, pine and birch. The verdant forests are a popular spot for picnicking, trekking and bird-watching. Lava has gradually become a favorite tourist destination. Temperature decreases below Zero Degree in Winter and increases up to Maximum 30 Degree Celsius in Summer. It is situated on the Silk Route of ancient India- Tibet Trade Practice.

Lolegaon: Located forty-five kilometers from Kalimpong Town this place of scenic beauty can be reached by bus or taxi in two and a half hours. Located in the Gram panchayat of Kaffer-Kankebong, it is a delight to tourists with its Wildlife, Jungle walks through the forests, a hanging bridge inside the dense forest, and a breathtaking view of Kalimpong Town. An amazing view of Kanchenjunga can be enjoyed from here. Tourists can have view sun-rise and sun-set from the observatory here. A significant attraction is The Canopy Walk. There is a 180-meters long hanging wooden tree-top bridge that goes through the dense jungle. Several households cater to the tourism sector by providing home stay facility to tourists. Apart from that, there are several hotels for lodging and eateries of all kind offering local cuisine for a reasonable price.

Kalimpong : A tiny hill station nestled in the northern region of Darjeeling in the state of West Bengal. Surrounded by majestic mountains, lush tropical gardens, and crystal-clear lakes – Kalimpong is a paradise for people who love nature. Whether you are an adventure lover, want to enjoy the sweeping views of the mountains, eat mouth-watering food, or visit the beautiful temples and monasteries.The municipality sits on a ridge overlooking the Teesta River and is a tourist destination owing to its temperate climate, natural environment and proximity to popular tourist locations in the region.

Triveni: Triveni is the confluence point of two rivers and you can clearly differentiate as the silver-white flows steadily into the blue stream. The inexplicable beauty of this place can be deduced from the fact that despite the utmost differentiation, nature creates a portrait so beautiful that you will be left charmed by the banks. With lush green forests of Kalimpong Hills as an addendum, Triveni mesmerizes you with the long valley and a much calmer bank to engage in fun activities.
It is all about going a bit further away from the misty slopes of Darjeeling. After a drive of about 1.5 hours towards Peshoke View Point, the path diverges and at the edge of the green Kalimpong hills, you will remain stunned as two silvery-white and sea-green river streams meet at the foothills. Every notion to drive away towards any other destination would be simply cleansed and you will be left with a bewildering urge to trek down and witness this astonishing canvas of nature. I take you today at the less appreciated and deserving destination of Triveni near Darjeeling.


  • Tour Manager.
  • All Toll Taxes, Parking fees and Driver's Expenses.
  • All Transportation mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Hotel Booking, if required.

Not Included

  • Any Private Expenses.
  • All other services not mentioned in the inclusions.


Our representative cordially receives you on arrival at Siliguri, Bagdogra (IXB) Airport and helps you to board the car. The distance to Lava is about 105kms via Kalimpong and 119kms via Gorubathan. It takes about 3.5 hours by car from NJP. From Kalimpong, both Lava and Lolegaon are nearby and ideal for day trips. Lava is about 34kms along Rishi Road (the main road here) and Lolegaon is further 22kms away (i.e. 56kms from Kalimpong).
Overnight stay at Lolegaon


Eco Park (Lolegaon): At the centre of the village there is a flat land opposite to the Eco-Park, where there are few small tea stalls and shops. This is the only bazaar area where you can buy small stuff or eat. On a day trip, you may carry your packed lunch.
Canopy Walk: At the centre of the village there is a flat land opposite to the Eco-Park, where there are few small tea stalls and shops. This is the only bazaar area where you can buy small stuff or eat. On a day trip, you may carry your packed lunch.
VIP Bungalow View Point: While cars can go up to a point (very bad road though), it's essentially a pathway that leads through the dense jungle, then to a stairway and then to the elevated view point. If you plan to stay at Lolegaon, trek up to this view point early in the morning to see the sunrise. Visit the VIP Bungalow View Point. It's a manicured lawn area below the VIP bungalow which has nice viewing galleries. Unfortunately they are not well maintained, but you still get excellent views of Kanchenjunga snow peaks from here.
Kanchenjunga View: 56 km from Kalimpong and situated at an altitude of 5500 ft. Panoramic view of Kanchenjunga can be obtained from this point. Fabulous view of Sunrise over Kanchenjunga can see from Jhandi Dara.
Rishop: The place can be approached by a 4 km walk uphill from Lava through the deep silent forest of Pines, Rhododendrons and Orchids. The enthralling views of the vast range of Kanchenjunga, the blue mountains of Sikkim, Nathu-La and Jelap-La passes are an experience of the lifetime.
Overnight stay at Lolegaon


After breakfast we will drive to Kalimpong, amongst the meandering roads.
Overnight stay at Kalimpong


Early in the morning we will leave for Kalimpong. After reaching there they will do an Excursion of Kalimpong.
Places Include:
Deolo Hill: This is the major attraction in East Kalimpong. The tourism department has created an 8-acre lush parkland with manicured flower gardens and several viewpoints with breathtaking views of Kanchenjunga, Durpin hill, Kalimpong Township and the valley with rivers flowing through them. Deolo hill is the highest point of Kalimpong with an altitude of about 5,500ft. There is a GTA (erstwhile DGHC) lodge here and a multi cuisine restaurant. Children can also take pony rides. At one corner of the lawn are stalls offering coffee and snacks. Overall a great place to have a picnic or just relax. Entry fee: Rs. 10/- for day visitors.
Science City: It is located less than a kilometre away from Deolo Hills, the highest point in Kalimpong. It is located at an altitude of 5,590 feet from the sea level and this Science Centre is about 9 KM to the north of the Kalimpong town and covers an area of 7 acres of hilly land. Jurassic Park at Science Centre, Kalimpong Image It has scientific objects for display and awareness, a place of tremendous joy to children. Various examples of science and science live working models are presented here. Children get ample information on the various aspects of science. Life and works of various scientists are exhibited here. It’s a sheer place of “science – magic” for children. Games area at Science Center, Kalimpong the Science City also has a garden with various outdoor activities like tyre-swings, climbing ropes, see-saws, along with models of dinosaurs like a little Jurassic Park. It provides great joy to all visitors especially because of its location being on a hilltop and specially it’s a place of great joy to children.
Durpin Hill: Offering the panoramic view of the town of Kalimpong, the snow-clad Himalayan ranges of West Sikkim, the Teesta River and its valleys, Durpin Dara Hill also has a golf course and the Zang Dhok Palri Monastery. There is also a famous botanical garden there.
Kanchenjunga View Point: From here you get magnificent views of Kanchenjunga and the entire mountain range, rivers Teesta and Rangeet flowing below, neighbouring areas like Peshok tea estate, Takdah cantonment, western Sikkim, Nathu-la, Tiger hill top, Kurseong, Siliguri etc.
Durbin Monastery: This Tibetan monastery is located on the Durpin hill and hence such a name. The actual name is Zang Dog Palri monastery. It was built in 1972 and has some rare Buddhist scripts that were brought here by the Dalai Lama from Tibet. From the upper terrace of the monastery, you get magnificent views of Kalimpong town with Kanchenjunga in the background, the valley and the plains, Teesta & Reang Rivers flowing down, and lovely tea estates of Peshok area.
Pine View Nursery: It has great collections of cactus and ornamental plants. You get a great view of Kalimpong town from the backside lawn. Entry fee: Rs. 10/- per person.
Overnight stay at Kalimpong.


Morning after breakfast we will leave for Triveni. The view of the river Great Rangeet meeting Teesta is an awesome treat for nature lovers. And any such reward doesn't come easy. You will need to travel a bit from Kalimpong to experience this confluence. The river Rangeet with its deep green and crystal clear water gushes in and meets the forceful mountain stream Teesta at a point called Triveni.
River Rafting during the daytime and in the evening enjoy overnight Camping with BonFire, Barbeque Activity and spend the night below the sky in a tent by the riverside.
Places Include:
Triveni View Point: An awesome treat for the nature lovers is to view river Rangeet and river Teesta from ‘Triveni- viewpoint’. River Rangeet with its deep green and crystal clear water gushes in and meets the forceful mountain stream of Teesta at a point called ‘Triveni’. To experience this beautiful confluence you have to travel some miles from Darjeeling. The confluence takes place on relatively flat terrain and is surrounded by mountains on all sides.
Overnight stay at Triveni.


After early morning breakfast, depart for Bagdogra Airport for the onward connection.