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Versay (Sikkim)

The Hilley - Varsey hike is a sweat trek which can be completed within a day. Varsey is called the valley of rhododendrons – they are available in all shades and shapes here. The Hilley - Varsey trail is ablaze with a riot of colors during March and April created by many species of rhododendrons blooming across the valley. The Rhododendron Sanctuary at Hilley Varsey is spread across an area of 104 sq. km app. The dense forest of Varsey is covered with hemlocks, silver firs, magnolia and rhododendron trees and bushes.The trek from Hilley to Varsey is about 4 km and the path bridled with vegetation takes about 1 ½ hours. Stay at Varsey overnight to enjoy the rhododendron forests and sweeping view of the mountains.

The Tiger's Nest (Bhutan)

It is a small monastery hung far up on a cliff overlooking a spectacular valley. It is also one of thirteen small monasteries or "tiger's lairs" where the Guru Rinpoche or "Precious Master" also known as the "Second Buddha" of Bhutan is said to have meditated.There is a two hour climb from the valley floor, which is already quite high at 7000 feet, to the Tiger’s Nest 3000 feet above, 10,000 feet above sea level. As one climbs the well-maintained but very steep trail over ever more vertical switchbacks, the monastery seems to appear and disappear in and out of the trees and the mists. After two hours of a long slow climb -- going slow is recommended to help manage the pace of the altitude -- one arrives at the only beginning of the entrance to the Tiger’s Nest, a rock outcropping overlooking a vast chasm, with the monastery on the other side.

Rafting in River Teesta (Sikkim)

Rafting can be done enroute, between Gangtok to Darjeeling, Gangtok to Kalimpong or Gangtok to Siliguri. Before you head for this adventure, make sure you carry extra cloths, and towels as you are bound to get wet by the splash of luxuriant river. The raft operators generally give instructions before boarding you in, which needs to be followed during the trip. The routes for non swimmers are gentle and easy without much rapids involved. However for the swimmers and experienced clients, the routes are more adventurous with high grade rapids providing quite a thrill.

Jaldapara (Queen Bengal)

The most famous destination in Dooars is Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary, situated in Alipurduar Sub-division of Jalpaiguri district in West Bengal. This sanctuary was constituted for the protection of Wildlife, particularly one-horned Rhinoceros. Other than One Horn Rhinos this forest consists of The Royal Bengal Tiger, wild Elephant, Deer, Sambhar, Barking Deer, Spotted Deer, Hog Deer, wild Pig, Bison, different variety of Leopard, several Indian birds both residential and migratory, Peafowl. Visit inside the deep forest in search of wild animals. Elephant ride and jeep safari is very popular among the tourists, preferably at dawn.

Kaziranga (Assam)

Kaziranga National Park is famous for- the Great Indian one-horned Rhinoceros, the Royal Bengal Tiger, Asiatic Elephant, Eastern Swamp Deer and and the Asiatic Wild Buffalo is also the habitat of a sizeable population of other rare and endangered species. It sprawls across from east to west along the southern bank of the River Brahmaputra in the central region of North Eastern province of Assam in India.

Corbet National Park (Uttarkhand)

This park holds the royal designation of being the first and the oldest national park in India. Tiger, the king of the jungle rules here in an unhesitant manner and the idea of tiger conservation is predominant here with different successive conservation efforts.
Along with that the presence of many other wild species including elephant, chital, sambar, nilgai, gharial, king cobra, wild boar, hedgehog, common musk shrew, flying fox, Indian Pangolin etc.

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