The mountainous terrain of the North East is something that one must definitely visit. The tranquil hills, serene lakes and laid-back lifestyle lure you into the arms of this beautiful place. And not to forget its rich and diverse cultural heritage. The untainted and peaceful environment of the mountains that we can’t get in noisy cities. Moreover, the northeastern cuisine is filled with unprocessed spices and herbs, especially the famous ‘ghost pepper’. You can explore all this with the new IRCTC tour package. Here are the details of the North East tour package.
Travel North East With Indian Railways
The Indian Railway Catering And Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has introduced travel packages for 2023. It consists of touring various parts of Northeastern India for six days and five nights. The journey starts from Delhi to Kalimpong on a flight where you will stay for a night. Through this package, you can travel to Gangtok, Bagdogra and Darjeeling. Moreover, you can travel on the 27th of February, the 21st of March and the 28th of March for six days and five nights.
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Everything from breakfast to dinner will be included in the package. Apart from this, you can travel by a non-air-conditioned bus wherever you want. Also, this package includes the facility of staying overnight. The cost for this travel package is ₹50,200 per person (if travelling alone). However, if there are two people, then the price is ₹40,400 and ₹39,400 for three travellers.
IRCTC Tour Package: What’s Included?
IRCTC is known for introducing travel packages at a reasonable price. Also, everything from accommodation to food and internal travel facilities is included in these packages. They have more than two packages for travellers willing to visit North East India. If you are a travel enthusiast, then do check out these packages on their website.
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