In your hectic daily life can you ever
dream of a place, where you wake up with the sweet song of
an unknown bird - as the first ray of the sun softly touches
your eyes? Open your eyes, what you see through your windowpane,
is no high rise building- it's a massive mountain covered
with lush green forests -- real forests, standing there for
thousands of years with innumerable species of flora and fauna.
Most of them are still unknown to you. Come out of your wooden
cabin, step to the green grassy plot-still wet with dew. Over
your head is the crystal clear blue sky. Blue-as deep as a
lover's eye. Close your eyes, take a lungful of fresh air-hold
it. What do you feel? Is it different.......
Eastern Himalaya includes eastern-Nepal,
entire Bhutan and the seven sister states of North-East India.
The region is home of two of the highest mountains of the
world - The Everest and Kanchenjunga. The diverse ethnicity
of the people, the virgin forests, unique landscape makes
this region one of the most attractive yet the least visited
places in the world.
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Darjeeling region is famous throughout the world for the tea
it grows. It is also known for its richness in cultural &
natural heritage and the famous toy train that has been declared
an UN heritage. More +
The state is legendary for its peaceful nature and
simplicity. Famous for Kanchenjunga, the third highest mountain
in the world at 8586m, the mountain state of Sikkim offers
tremendous variety of plant and wildlife besides a diverse
ethnic mix of people with rich cultural tradition. More
A journey through the rolling hill slope, widespread
lush green tea gardens separated by meandering silvery mountain
streams, high Sal forests, small quiet ethnic villages, vast
meadow with a blue out line of the great Himalayan ranges
in the horizon, endless sky..... you are in Dooars! More
If ever there be a place that can take the clinche cut of
Sangrilla, then that place is Bhutan. The land of the thunder
dragon does justice to the legend of that wonderland, hidden
far and away from the prying eyes and humdrum ways of the
modern world. More