Sikkim Treks

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  • Trek 1:



This is a very picturesque trail which combines natural beauty with spectacular views of high peaks. There are vast tracts of thick forest, with several varieties of rhododendrons, other colorful flowers, and birds and many waterfalls on both sides of the trail. Kanchenjunga was one of the first peaks to be attempted by expeditions before World War II. As Nepal was closed, the approach from Sikkim, via the Zemu Glacier, was followed instead. Pre-war Everest expeditions also passed through North Sikkim and this trail was part of their route. Today, it is still largely unexplored country as not many parties have been allowed access to Green Lake.

Day 01

Kolkata airport arrival and evening transfer to train to Siliguri.

Day 02

Siliguri to Gangtok 5hrs drive.

Day 03

Gangtok sight seeings Rumtek Monastry, Tsomgo Lake, Tibetology, flower festivels.

Day 04

Gangtok to Lachen 2800mts 5hrs drive.

Day 05

Lachen to Talem 8kms 3200mts.

Day 06

Talem to Jakthang 5kms 3300mts.

Day 07

Jakthang to Yabuk 8kms 3900mts.

Day 08

Yabuk to Restcamp 7kms 4550mts.

Day 09

Restcamp to Green Lake 5kms 5090mts.

Day 10

Green Lake to Yabuk 11kms.

Day 11

Yabuk to Talem 13kms.

Day 12

Talem to Lachen trek Lachen to Singhik 3 hour drive.

Day 13

Singhik to Gangtok via Phodong Monastry and Labrang Monastry.

Day 14

Gangtok to Delhi/ Nepal/kolkata

Trek 2:



This trek follows the famous Singalila Ridge, a prominent spur of high ground that lies at the southern end of a long crest, which runs down from the Kanchenjunga massif and forms the border between Sikkim and Nepal. One of the unavoidable necessities of trekking in the Himalaya that the best views are had from high up but the trek along this ridge, passing through small settlements, is perhaps the most scenically rewarding in the Himalaya. There are spectacular panoramic views of Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Everest, Lhotse and a host of other peaks all seen in one stretch.


Sikkim: - It is situated in the Eastern Himalayas with its grandeur mountain peaks explore and enjoy pristine beauty serene nature at its best.


Darjeeling: - is popularly known as the Queen of the hills and produces the famous Darjeeling, one of the world's finest tea. It's also home to the Darjeeling Himalayan railway, a world heritage site. Darjeeling with its majestic natural beauty provides a wide variety of activities.


Name of the trek: - Glooms of five major peaks.

Best time of the year: - March-June and September-December.

Clothing: - Summer (Light Woolens) Winter (Heavy Woolens).

Climate: - Summer MAX.20.7 degree Celsius, MIN.143.1 Degree Celsius.

Height: - 2240 Mtrs to 8540 Mtrs.

Focus: - Stunning mountain views, imposing view of some of the highest mountains in the world-Everest, Kanchenjunga, Makalu and Lhotse all above 8000 Mtrs. Monasteries, Villages, Flora and Fauna.

Physical Challenge: - Moderate overall.


Itinerary: -

Day 1: - Arrive Mumbai/Delhi airport meet and greet transfer to hotel for overnight.

Day 2: - Full day sightseeing in Mumbai/Delhi overnight in hotel.


Day 3: - Mumbai/Delhi-Bagdogra-Darjeeling: -

The flight to Bagdogra runs parallel to the Himalayas and if weather permitting, we will have magnificent view of all the Himalayan Giants, including Nandadevi and Panc Chuli in India, and also of the Nepalese 8000m peaks (Dhaulagiri, the Annapurnas, Cho Oyo, Everest, and Makalu). As we come into land, the spectacular Kanchenjunga range comes into view. From Bagdogra, a three hour drive takes us to Darjeeling for a two night stay in hotel.


Day 4: - Darjeeling (2440 Mtrs).

Early morning guided tour to Tiger Hills (at around 4am) to view sunrise over Kanchenjunga peak (Subject to clear weather). On our return to the hotel, we visit Ghoom Monastery. Afternoon free to relax or wonder around the colorful bazaars. Overnight in hotel.


Day 5: -           Today, visit Pdmaji Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park, Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, rope way Tenzing and Gombu Rock. Overnight in hotel.


Day 6: -           Darjeeling-Manybhanjang (2134 Mtrs)

After early breakfast drive along the trek of the famous Toy Train boasts one of the highest railway stations of the world. Arrive Manybhanjang is a small village inhabited by Buddhist Sherpas upon arrival explore the town camp and overnight at Manybhanjang.


Day 7: - Manybhanjang-Tonglu (3070 Mtrs).

Wakeup to your first day of trekking 11 Km walk ranging from the moderate to the tough. Ascending about 1000 Mtrs, to the ridge top settlement of Tonglu. As we Zig-Zag up through the Rhododendrons, we catch tantalizing glimpses of Kanchenjunga ahead we stay overnight in a trekking lodge/tents.


Day 8: -           Tonglu camp-Garibas

The day starts with a downhill walk, leading us through a picturesque Nepalese village, where we will stop for lunch. After lunch the trail takes us back on to the ridge for a short climb to Garibas. Our first few days trekking will be relatively gentle, so as to allow for acclimatization before moving up to Sandakphu. Camp and overnight in tents.


Day 9: - Garibas-Bhikeybhanj (3015 Mtrs).

After an early breakfast we leave for Bhikeybhanj at 3060 Mtrs. The day starts with a gradual uphill short walk Upto Bhikeybhanj for camp and overnight. Afternoon free for personal activities explore nearby village.


Day 10: -         Bhikeybhanj-Sandakphu (3650).

After early breakfast we will setoff to our highest point in the Shangrila range a reasonable uphill walk commanding majestic views of highest mountains in the world- Everest, Kanchenjunga, Makalu and Lhotse and other p[peaks above 8000 Mtrs. Arrive Sandakphu for camp and overnight. (Afternoon relax and explore Flora and Fauna.).


Note: Set your cameras before sunset to take superb photographs of Mighty Peaks, repeat the photography session early in the morning to capture once again the mighty Himalayan peaks.


Day 11: -    Sandakphu - Phalut (3600).

Morning we setoff a long walk not too demanding along the most photogenic area of the Singalila Ridge. Phalut is located at the junction of Nepal, Sikkim and West Bengal. Your walk will, to some extent be downhill camp and overnight.


Day 12: -         Phalut-Rammam (2560).

We leave behind temporarily the breath taking views of Kanchenjunga and Eastern Himalayas. We descend for most of the day through forests of rhododendrons; magnolias dotted with farmed land cultivated by the villagers, before coming to the spectacularly picturesque village of Samanden, better known as THE LOTUS VALLEY, a short walk will bring you to Rammam for your camp for the overnight.


Day 13: -         Rammam-Rimbick (2286).

Morning we start downhill trek passing through farm lands, villages and bamboo forests terrain to the crossing over the Siri-Khola. This is followed by an uphill climb to the village of Rimbick for camp and overnight.


Day 14: -         Rimbick-Pemayangste (

Morning we drive to Pemayangste through picturesque tea plantation and steep side valleys. Afternoon visit Pemayangste Monastery. It is considered the best monastery in west Sikkim as it was one intended only for ta-sang lamas (the pure monks). It is believed to be found and planned by the trailblazer of Buddhism in Sikkim, Lhatsun Chhembo. Check in hotel for overnight.


Day 15: - Pemayangste- Gangtok (112 Kms) 5 hrs apx.

Morning drive through numerous villages and towns to Gangtok the capital and largest town of the Indian state of Sikkim. Gangtok is located in the Shivalik Hills of the eastern Himalayan range, at an altitude of 1,437 meters (4,715 ft). The town, with a population of thirty thousand belonging to different ethnicities such as Nepalis, Lepchas and Bhutia, is administered by various departments of the Government of Sikkim. Nestled within higher peaks of the Himalaya and enjoying a year-round mild temperate climate. Arrive Gangtok for overnight in hotel.

Day 16: - Gangtok.

Morning we visit:  Enchen Monastery, Tibetology Institute, Flower Show, Ganesh Tok, Stupa and Ropeway.

Enchen Monastery, a beautiful place festooned with prayer flags and located at the top of a hill opposite the TV tower. Photography is allowed outside the temple but not inside.


Tibetology Institute: Since its establishment in 1958, the Namgyal Institute of Tibetology has sponsored and promoted research on the religion, history, language, art and culture of the people of the Tibetan cultural area which includes Sikkim. The NIT's library holds one of the largest collections of Tibetan works in the world outside Tibet and a museum of Tibetan iconography and religious art. It has published the Bulletin of Tibetology since 1964 and numerous books over the years.

Flower Show: Gangtok is also famed for its wonderful orchids and every spring, an orchid
festival and flower show is held to celebrate this exotic bloom


Day 17: - Gangtok-Lachung

Morning after breakfast we depart for Lachung 126 Kms drive (5 hrs apx) enroute enjoys natural beauty of “SEVEN SISTERS and MAJAN view. Check in hotel for overnight in Lachung.


Day 18: - Lachung-Yumthang-Lachung.

Morning to afternoon excursion with pack lunch to explore natural beauty of Yamthang Valley and Sumi Somdom (Zero Point). Overnight at Lachung.


Day 19: - Lachung-Gangtok.

After early breakfast proceed for Gangtok 125 Kms 5-6 Hrs drive. Arrive Gangtok and enjoy the local sightseeing which includes, Hanuman Tok, Tashi View Point, Vidha-Sabha, Museum and Gondola Cable Car. Over night at Gangtok.


Day 20: - On time transfer by surface to new Jaipaigudi/Bagdogra (Air India flight can be also arranged on certain days only) for your domestic flight to Mumbai/Delhi. Upon arrival transfer to International airport for your flight, depart Sikkim.

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