We went for a 6D/5N trip to Darjeeling and Gangtok. It was the perfect budgeted getaway for us. We came across Travel Triangle and they were honestly a boon to us. Our first night was a stay at a campsite, Camp Triveni. We stayed in tents which were provided to us and so was dinner. The view was brilliant, you are situated between mountains and a flowing river which acted as the border of Sikkim and West Bengal. The best part? The river bank is made of sand so you get best of both the beach and the mountains. Activities provided to you were river rafting and bonfire at night under the starry night and the thick cold fog surrounding you. Next day we left for Gangtok. We stayed in a beautiful hotel facing the valley. We had our leisure time there, went around the markets especially the famous MG road and ate the local food (we ate too many momos). We also did the Nathula Pass and the pretty Tsomgo Lake. Don’t miss out the monasteries around Gangtok, they are worth going to. After spending two nights at Gangtok we left for Darjeeling. Our hotel was right in the city and faced the Darjeeling railway station. Do go to see the Kanchenjunga Peak at tiger hill at sunrise, the view is worth dying for. Only downside? You have to wake up at 4 in the morning. Also, go around seeing the city, visit the chaur rasta and eat the local food (again, momos) All in all the trip was one memorable one with friends and the best part it was super easy on the pocket. It costed us around 13,000 per person for 7 of us so it was worth it, this cost included staying, travel from place to place, only breakfast and entry fee to Nathula pass.