Temi Tea Estate is Sikkim’s sole tea estate and considered one of the best in the world. The beautiful tea gardens stretch seamlessly across 440 acres in Sikkim’s southern hills. It’s best known to use organic methods for tea production. It’s perfect for a whole day’s trip as it has, besides their tea factory, a number of adventure activities such as cycling and ziplining.
Ravangla is a picturesque town in south Sikkim, located on a ridge between Maenam Hill and Tendong. There are glorious views of Mount Narsing on the offering from Ravangla and also dazzling landscapes with snow-capped peaks.
North Sikkim is an ensemble of lofty, majestic mountains; snow- clad peaks; green valleys; enthralling adventure spots; delectable cuisines; and varied cultural practices. Put on your trekking gear to witness the exotic Himalayan trail and scenic landscapes and create an unforgettable memory for life.
The terrain of Dzongu, in North Sikkim, is amazing. There are icy cold rivulets that must be crossed to enter hot water springs and then suddenly there is a luscious green forest full of exotic flora and fauna. Cast your eyes around and you are sure to catch sight of at least 5 natural waterfalls, which look as if they have been scattered randomly all over the place.
Keushong in Dzongu is probably the most beautiful place in the entire area. The place is surrounded by lovely, beautiful hills and also includes a clean and alluring lake. If you travel to this place during the right season, the valley is adorned with beautiful flowers.
The David-Neel Cave is located in Lachen, north of Sikkim. This cave has great importance. French-born Alexandra David-Neel travelled throughout Asia and came to Sikkim in 1912. She stayed on to meditate in the cave in Lachen to learn more about Buddhism.
Sikkim is paradise for nature lovers and a trekking trail for adventure enthusiasts. Make your way to this subtle town by enjoying our customized packages built for every individual’s needs and preferences.
The giant Lama Angden Peak shadows the picturesque village of Lachen. It can be seen standing right on the top of the village. This is the shortest and at the same time the most exciting trek in Lachen. Anticipate salubrious air, lush greenery, and snow-clad mountains during the trek.
The snow-capped Himalayas, the flower-decked meadows, the festivals and the vibrant culture, with an ever-growing mix of flora and fauna makes Sikkim top the list of every traveller’s bucket list. This package will bring you in close proximity to Sikkim's natural beauty and its people.
The Silk Route, as the name suggests, was used for trade between Tibet and India. It was commonly used by traders travelling to Tibet through Zuluk as an overnight base. The route started from Kalimpong and passed through Pedong, Aritar, Dzuluk, and Jalepla to Chumbi valley in Tibet. The road through Lungthung makes almost 32 hairpin turns to reach Zuluk, which makes it a unique feature of this route.
GRADE: Difficult. Goecha La trek is one of the famous trekking routes in Sikkim. While trekking from Yuksom to Dzongri to the Goecha La pass, you can see the majestic magnificence of Mount Khangchendzonga, Mount Kabru, and Kabru Dome and a spectacular view of the other smaller Himalayan giants within its mountain range.
The spiritually enlightened and culturally enriched valleys of South Sikkim are blessed with unending natural beauty; from the photogenic tiny hamlets to Buddhist sacred shrines and from the vast Rhododendron plantations to the breath-taking views of Mt. Khanchendzonga. While staying at Chalamthang, you can enjoy a plethora of activities starting from angling and vegetable picking to trekking and forest picnics.
A scenic village, Borong is an ideal trekking destination in South Sikkim. Overlooking the mighty Himalayan mountains, this village is blessed with a beautiful landscape and spectacular views. One can catch a glimpse of the majestic Mt. Khangchendzonga and other equally astonishing peaks such as Mt. Sinolchu, Mt. Narsingh, and Mt. Pandim. A spectacular sunrise over the snow-covered mountains is a guaranteed sight from Borong.
Rich in natural splendors, Sikkim treats you to gorgeous and varied landscapes, warm people, and an unmatched view of the Khangchendzonga range. Namchi, in South Sikkim, is an epitome of culture, religion, and diversity, whereas east Sikkim unveils the rich secrets of the Himalayas. This tour package, which covers both East and South Sikkim, imparts a beautiful perspective to first-time travellers and is revisited by old timers as well.
This trek leads through three different hills. Starting from the beautiful birding place of Borong in South Sikkim, the first place trekkers reach is Dalley Dhunga. The trek starts at dawn, and by the time one reaches Dalley Dhunga, it is early evening. Trekking groups camp for the night here before heading back. It is one of the most interesting treks in Sikkim.
Lush green river gorges and craggy mountains pave their way through Darjeeling, Kalimpong, and Gangtok, where even the air smells green. This tour allows you to experience these uncontested destinations with all your senses, heart, and soul.
With sundry sceneries and cultural groups, scrumptious food and rich heritage, Darjeeling offers wonderful experiences for any tourist thronging from different parts of the world. Sikkim, which is close by, offers a totally different experience in terms of culture, food, and tradition. Embark on this tour and enjoy an enthralling, exciting journey that will stay in your memory for life.
Here, in this meditative land, explore the unique serenity of Old Silk Route. Zuluk is a relatively innovative and upcoming place for tourists. This package will certainly act as a balm for your sore heart and tired souls.
The hot springs in Sikkim are well known for their medicinal properties. Due to their rich sulphur content, these hot springs possess excellent therapeutic value. There are several hot springs in Sikkim where the waters attain temperatures in excess of 50 °C - even in the freezing winters.
GRADE: DIFFICULT. This is a rewarding trek to a Himalayan valley of rare beauty. For the entirety of the walk, you are encompassed within the dense green temperate forests. The freshness of the breeze and silence of the wilderness while trekking in Sikkim is worth cherishing. Whether you're a nature lover or an adventure seeker, you will have the best experience here.
Bhutan holds many surprises. This is a country where the rice is red and where chillies aren't just a seasoning but the main dish. It's also a deeply Buddhist land, where monks check their smartphones after performing a divination, and where giant protective penises are painted beside the entrance to many houses. Yet, while it visibly protects its Buddhist traditions, Bhutan is not a museum; you will find the Bhutanese well educated, fun-loving, and well informed about the world around them. If you book any of the tour packages, you will discover that the blending of the ancient and modern is what makes Bhutan endlessly fascinating.
Bhutan holds many surprises. This is a country where the rice is red and where chillies aren't just a seasoning but the main ingredient. It's also a deeply Buddhist land, where monks check their smartphones after performing a divination, and where giant protective phalluses are painted beside the entrance to many houses as a sign of fertility. Yet while it visibly protects its Buddhist traditions, Bhutan is not a museum. You will find the Bhutanese well educated, fun-loving, and well informed about the world around them. It's this blending of the ancient and modern that makes Bhutan endlessly fascinating. This is a destination where culture meets nature meets adventure. This is one of the packages that take you through this fascinating Buddhist kingdom and also the fabled 'Valley of Rice': Gangtok in Sikkim, which is another beautiful land worth exploring. See the full package for details.
Sikkim surprises many with the variety of experiences it has to offer to travelers and its inhabitants. Sikkim adorns the colorful Buddhist monasteries in the west, lush green valleys in the north, religious stupas in the south, and the urban hustle-bustle in its east. From every corner, Sikkim offers spectacular views of the towering Khangchendzonga. This package is perfect for all ages.
Sikkim is adorned with colorful Buddhist monasteries and lush green valleys in the West, awe-inspiring mountains, rhododendron flowers and blankets of snow in the North, religious stupas and tranquil tea gardens in the South and the urban hustle dotted in its East. A small yet beautiful state; with a lot of nature and features to explore. Treks, trails, hikes, adventure sports, religious circuits, cultural experiences, great food and immersive travel, Sikkim has something for everyone.
Darjeeling is one of the most well known hill stations in East- India and is fondly called 'Queen of the Hills'. Whether it be beautiful sunrise at Tiger Hill or the vivid image of the toy train that still chugs through this town, Darjeeling is mesmerizing with its natural beauty and equally charming colonial architecture and vibe. Sikkim is a small Himalayan state that has snow clad majestic mountains to its north, famous snow covered lake and Indo-China border to its east, beautiful trails, cultural history, glass sky-walks and wonderful valleys to its west and Buddhist monasteries and tranquil tea garden to its south. Be it snow leopards or red pandas, this package covers it all and is a perfect to satisfy the curious traveler in you. This soulful package will leave your mind, body, and soul in total bliss.
This package takes you to the land of Sikkim, a small Himalayan state that has snow-clad majestic mountains to its north, a famous snow-covered lake, and the Indo-China border to its east and is dotted with terraced rice fields throughout the state. No wonder it is lovingly referred to as Bayul Demazong or the 'hidden valley of rice' by the Bhutias. Of all the four districts, the North is most well known for its high altitude Gurudongmar Lake and lots of snow. The best time to visit Sikkim is in the early winters or spring. In April, the Yumthang valley is colored red with rhododendron flowers and is a visual treat.
The Journey of east and north Sikkim is just amazing. Starting from the mesmerizing Lake from the east to the enchanted mountain and the valley of flowers in the north will surely surprise you. is a small village beside a winding road. It was once a transit point to the historic Silk Route from Tibet to India. It is relatively an emerging and offbeat destination in East Sikkim.
Did you know that Alexandra David Neel was the first European woman to reach Tibet’s forbidden capital?
She is best known for her daring journey to Lhasa over the Trans-Himalayas in midwinter 1924. She was a French opera singer who became an explorer, anarchist, spiritualist, and Buddhist, and who wrote over thirty books. She travelled extensively in India, China, and Tibet, and was even permitted to question the Dalai Lama about Buddhism. After her many years of stay in Tibet she came to Sikkim and visited Lachen and from their she went towards the cave which is near Lachen where she stayed in a cave and meditate for many years.
David Neel’s Cave is one such interesting cave in Lachen which is not explored by many people. This cave has a historical and religious significance.
If you think of doing an educational tour here, it will be great for the students. They will get to see the flora and fauna of the area and also get to see the cave and visualize how Alexandra stayed there for so many years. They will get to experience way of life of a local Lachenpa.
Spend a captivating nature-bound holiday with this package, which lets you explore and enjoy one of the most diverse and spectacular terrains you will ever encounter. From the picturesque towns of Lachen and Lachung to the beautiful valleys of Chopta and Yumthang, discover the beauty of riveting waterfalls, clean hot springs, blooming rhododendron trees and flowers, and unparalleled views of the Himalayas.
West Sikkim, a very popular tourist destination for Mt Khangchendzonga lovers, offers a spectacular view of this majestic mountain. The west region of Sikkim is home to a few of the oldest monasteries of the Buddhism faith in the world. Dense forests and the holy Khecheopalri Lake in between are also great attractions for the tourists and devotees.
Sikkim, an ensemble of lofty, majestic mountains; snow- clad peaks; green valleys; and lush green forests is a mesmerizing place. All the regions of Sikkim offer plenty of homestays, which offer an offbeat experience for a new traveler.
Sikkim has always been a great host to those in love with increasing altitudes, and this time the season calls for Dzongri. The trek to Dzongri may be one of the most difficult treks along the Himalayas, but the energy spent is worthwhile. The green-gold patchwork-like view and the feel of something abstract in a place so surreal are what make the journey a memorable one.
A wonderful yoga retreat in the peaceful hills of Sikkim is the perfect getaway from the daily grind. This retreat is completely based on the Sivananda discipline, which leads to proper learning of yoga & meditation for a healthy and joyful living. It will be combined with yoga sessions and short excursions to places around Gangtok.
Wreathed in clouds, Gangtok, the capital city of Sikkim is located on a ridge at a height of 5500 feet. With a spectacular view of the Khangchendzonga, the town provides the perfect base for travel through the state. Famous Lake Tsomgo, also known as Tsongmo Lake or Changu Lake, is a glacial lake in the East Sikkim district of the Indian state of Sikkim, some 40 kilometres from the capital Gangtok.
Gangtok Rim is a single day tour designed to provide experience of riding in and around Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim. Among the things to do here, to visit the local tourist sight-seeing points is a must. So, you go to all these places and that too with easy riding on mountain bikes which are readily available here. Tour will start from Bojoghari and cover major view points, monasteries and places of tourist attractions giving you insights into the Sikkimese culture, nature and history and give you a chance to soak in the Gangtok vibes. You can combine this activity with any of our packages too or simply choose this as a standalone activity.
This is a fun activity to do when in Gangtok and you have a day off. Go ride an ATV on an adventure trail along mountainous roads for the thrill you didn’t know you needed.
A place is best known by its food and very little is known about the culture and food of Sikkim. It is fondly known as Denzong by the Bhutia tribes, which translates to ‘Valley of Rice’. Take a crash-course in learning the culture, traditional life practices and food treasures of the Limboo and Bhutia tribes that will be deeply gratifying . This package will take you through the beautiful landscape of West Sikkim as you discover Chumbong, Pelling, Kewzing, Yuksom and end your trip with the sights and smells of Gangtok, the current capital of Sikkim. This package is a delight for every connoisseur of authentic meals from this part of the world.
A popular and probably the best day tour from Gangtok is a trip to Tsomgo Lake - a glacial lake about 35kms from Gantok and at an altitude of about 12,310 ft. The same day trip also covers the fabled Baba Mandir. You can additionally cover Nathula Pass.
Sikkim surprises many with the variety of experiences it has to offer to travelers and its inhabitants. Colorful Buddhist monasteries adorn Sikkim in the west, lush green valleys are rampant in the north, religious stupas make their mark in the south, and urban hustle-bustle greets you in its east. From every corner, Sikkim offers spectacular views of the towering Khangchendzonga.
Darjeeling is one of the most well-known hill stations in East-India and is fondly called 'Queen of the Hills'. Whether it's the beautiful sunrise at Tiger Hill or the vivid image of the toy train that still chugs through this town, Darjeeling is mesmerizing with its natural beauty and equally charming colonial architecture and vibe.
Go on a fun-filled trip to witness snow, frozen lakes, and the old silk route with this package. It covers Tsomgo Lake, where you can take thrilling yak rides and ride the highest ropeway in Asia, and Zuluk, once a transit point on the Old Silk Route, which is characterized by its 32 hair-pin bends.
Your journey in Sikkim begins at Gangtok, the capital of this wonderful Himalayan state. This cheerful, modern capital and boisterous place overlooks the mountain ridge and terraced farming cultivation. No wonder the Bhutias named it Bayul Demazong, which means the 'hidden valley of rice'. This hassle-free state offers luxurious stays and breath-taking locales that take your romantic quotient to another level, making your honeymoon in Sikkim even more special.