Calcutta and northeast India

Long considered to be the cultural capital of India, Calcutta’s local Bengali people are known for their humour, art, poetry and politics. Calcutta also has the finest remnants of colonial architecture in the country. The remarkable north-east region of India is often overlooked, however a journey here is well rewarded with the magical states of Assam and Nagaland being particular highlights.

Calcutta and northeast India

A visit here can be an extremely rewarding and insightful experience. As you move into India's north-east region you come across the state of Assam with the mighty Brahmaputra River running through it. Explore the National Park of Kazaranga where you have the best opportunity to spot rhino in the wild, as well as seeing the Royal Bengal Tiger. You can also explore the lesser visited areas of the north-east such as Nagaland, Shillong and Arunachal Pradesh.

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Shakti Sikkim Village Houses

Sikkim, Calcutta and northeast India, India

The Shakti Sikkim Village Houses are quite simply the most authentic way to unravel the wonders of this unspoilt, rural and naturally breathtaking corner of India's Himalayan region. With three Village Houses, you can explore them on a superb trek.

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The Glenburn Penthouse

Calcutta, Calcutta and northeast India, India

The Glenburn Penthouse is a nine bedroom hotel in the heart of Calcutta. The chic city sister hotel of Glenburn Tea Estate, enjoy traditional Bengali food by the rooftop pool. This luxurious boutique hotel boasts views overlooking Victoria Memorial.

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The Glenburn Tea Estate

Darjeeling, Calcutta and northeast India, India

Glenburn Tea Estate is a beautifully restored 150 year old colonial tea plantation house that is brimming with charm and style. It is overlooked by Mount Kanchenjunga and close to Darjeeling, offering treks through tea plantations and local villages.

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The Ultimate Travelling Camp - Kohima Camp, Nagaland

Nagaland, Calcutta and northeast India, India

The Ultimate Travelling Camp moves to the remote region of Nagaland in northeast India in late November/December for the colourful Hornbill Festival. The Kohima Camp offers a luxurious base from which to delve into this off-the-beaten track destination.

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The Oberoi Grand

Calcutta, Calcutta and northeast India, India

The Oberoi Grand is located in the heart of Calcutta, the City of Joy. Its period features and tranquillity offer the perfect respite from the pace of Calcutta. The Oberoi Grand has an effortless fusion of classical Victorian and traditional Indian style.

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