Sikkim is a land infused in Buddhist culture. The presence of numerous regal monasteries, colourful prayer flags, and red-robed lamas is a common yet fascinating facet of this land. This monastic tour package lets you have a close encounter with Buddhist culture and tradition by giving you access to some important monasteries and learning centres.  
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Bagdogra – Gangtok 

You will be welcomed on your arrival at Bagdogra Airport after which you will drive up to the pleasant hill town of Gangtok. The verdant hills and the majestic green-hued River Teesta make up the scenic journey, which will take around 5 hours.

After your hotel check-in, you are free to spend your time at leisure at MG Marg, Gangtok’s bustling town centre.

Head back to your hotel for a good night’s sleep.
Stay Details : Royal Oaks , Gangtok / Similar
Monastic Sightseeing Tour  

Monasteries are an integral part of Sikkim’s culture and are artistic marvels in terms of architecture. Out of the 200 odd monasteries in Sikkim, you will be visiting a few important ones tied with fascinating histories. Your tour today will help you experience transcendent peace as you encounter red-clad lamas, flickering butter lamps, colorful prayer flags, and melodious chanting in the ambiance of the monasteries.

  • Enchey Sangag Rabtenling Monastery –This monastery was first established in 1840 and rebuilt in 1909. It is believed that this monastery was built on the spot where the flying saint Drubthob Karpo who had special flying powers initially meditated. Later another hermit named Karma Sherab came to this spot for a retreat and amazingly he too acquired the powers of flying. This gave the place its religious significance.

  • Lingdum Zurmang Kharwang – Fairly new, this monastery was established in 1999. It is known as a place for offering communal prayers. Prayers for well-being and lighting of 108 lamps will be organized for your group members at the monastery.

  • Rumtek Dharma Centre – This monastery was founded in 1962. It preserves unique Ters (religious artifacts), and the holy crown of the late 16th Gyalwa Karmapa, said to have woven by the Dakinis (a type of sacred female spirit in Vajrayana Buddhism), is said to be one of them.

The famous Kagyed Dance festival is celebrated here. The masked dance, performed by the monks, symbolizes the destruction of the evil forces before the advent of the New Year. The dance is performed on the 28th and 29th day of the 10th month of the Tibetan Calendar; this day usually falls in the month of December. If you want to witness this vibrant festival, plan your travel dates around this time.  

  • Namgyal Institute of Tibetology – This institute was established with the purpose of sponsoring scholars and promoting research on the religion, history, language, art, and culture of the people of the Tibetan cultural area. A museum in the same vicinity contains a rare collection of statues, ritual objects, traditional art objects, thangkas (painted, woven and embroidered scrolls), and ancient manuscripts in Sanskrit, Tibetan, Chinese and Lepcha. 

  • Do Drul Chorten – This stupa has a complete set of Dorjee Phurba, Kangyur (holy books), and other religious objects. Around the stupa are 108 Mani or prayer wheels.
After the conclusion of your tour, you will head back to your hotel for the night.
Stay Details : Royal Oaks , Gangtok / Similar
Gangtok – Dzongu

A special early morning trip has been arranged to take you to Tsuklakhang, the royal chapel of Namgyals of Sikkim. 

After breakfast, you will drive to Dzongu in North Sikkim. This is the preserved land of the Lepcha tribe, believed to be the original inhabitants of Sikkim. As the protected area is demarcated solely for the Lepcha community, outsides are not allowed to settle here; hence, preserving the genetic purity of the tribal population. 

En route you will visit the beautiful Karma Thubten Tashi Cho Khorling Monastery at Phodong, which came into the international limelight because of the famous French explorer Alexander David Neel. 

You will enjoy a delicious lunch using locally grown farm ingredients at Planters Home, Mangan.

We’ve also arranged a short interaction session just before dinner during which you can chit-chat with the locals.

You will spend the night at a homestay in Passingdang.

Villages in Dzongu (and all over Sikkim) are a delight to visit. They are wonderful reflections of the local traditions and culture, which can be found in the inhabitants and their way of living. We will take you on a short tour of a few of these villages to gain a delightful insight. 

  • You will be visiting Lower Dzongu villages of Namprikdang, Sangkhalang, and Hee Gyathang. At Namprikdang, you will visit a traditional Lepcha House and at Hee Gyathang the sacred lake of Tung Kyong. 

After lunch at the homestay, you will head to the Lingdem Hot Springs, where you can take a therapeutic bath, and Lingzya Waterfalls.

In the evening relax during a get-together with the locals.

You will spend the night at a homestay in Passingdang 
Dzongu – Rabongla  

Post breakfast, much of you day will be spent driving to Rabongla, a small tourist town located at an elevation of 8000 ft. 

You will be staying the night in Rabongla.

Stay Details : Buddha Retreat , Ravangla / Similar

This quaint south Sikkim town has quite a few interesting tourist attractions that you will visit, namely Tathagat Stal, Bon Yung Dung Monastery, and Ralong Karma Rabtenling Monastery.

A major festival of Sikkim called Pang Lhabsol is celebrated in Ralong Monastery. This festival is unique to Sikkim and commemorates the consecration of Mount Khangchendzonga as the guardian deity of Sikkim. It is believed that the mountain god played an active role in introducing Buddhism into this former kingdom. It usually occurs in the month of August or September. If you want to be a part of this intriguing festival, plan your travel dates around this time. 

In the evening you will attend an interesting talk on Tibetan calligraphy, given by an expert calligrapher.

Your overnight stay is in Rabongla. 
Stay Details : Buddha Retreat , Ravangla / Similar
Rabongla – IXB

Time to depart from Rablongla to Bagdogra Airport. We hope you take back wonderful memories, and we look forward to becoming your travel partner again on another fun-filled trip.


  • GST @ 5% or as applicable.
  • Meet & greet upon arrival.
  • All applicable transfers & sightseeing as per the itinerary (vehicle will not be at your disposal).
  • Accommodation on the mentioned hotels for duration mentioned in the itinerary
  • Accommodation on MAP basis (room + breakfast & dinner)
  • Lunch during sightseeing/transfers.
  • Permits for restricted/protected areas.
  • English-speaking guide throughout the trip.
  •  Protected area permits & entre fee for monuments and parks

  • Travel insurance.
  • Camera fee, river cruise, any up-gradation charges.
  • Cost for evening snacks & tea.
  • Cost for service not mentioned under the “cost includes” heads.
  • Cost for airfare, train fare, or any other internal fare.
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, soft drinks, mineral water, porter, tip etc.
  • Difference in cost arising due to extra usage of vehicle other than scheduled mentioned in the itinerary.

  • Bagdogra (IXB) ,Pakyong(PYG)
  • New Jalpaiguri (N.J.P. )
  • Sikkim Nationalised Transport (S.N.T)
  • Near Co-Operative, Middle Sichey Gangtok, East Sikkim, India, 737101