Sikkim Backpacking Trip 2024


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Join us to experience the Splendid Sikkim with your loved ones.

🔺 Brief Info:
Location: Gangtok, Sikkim
Nearest Town: Gangtok, Sikkim
No. of days: 7 days/ 6 night
Maximum Altitude: 14,140 ft
Grade: easy to moderate
Max no. of participants: 15 participants per batch

🔺 Itinerary
Day 01: Bagdogra to Gangtok (140 km)
• Meetup @Bagdogra Airport/ NJP Railway Station by 12:30 Hrs
• Drive to Gangtok– Capital of Sikkim
• Enjoy the shopping and nightlife of the Capital of Sikkim
• Overnight Stay at Gangtok Hotel
Day 02: Gangtok to Nathula Pass, Tsomgo Lake & Baba Mandir (120 Km)
• Wake up call at 04:00 hrs
• Overnight Stay at Gangtok Hotel
Day 03: Gangtok to Lachen (120 kms)
• Wake up call at 04:00 hrs
• Overnight Stay at Lachen Hotel
Day 04: Lachen to Lachung (50 km)
• Wake up call at 04:00 hrs
• Overnight Stay at Lachung Hotel
Day 05: Lachung to Gangtok(110 km)
• Wake up call at 04:00 hrs
• Overnight Stay at Gangtok Hotel
Day 06: Gangtok to Pelling (125 km)
• Wake up call at 04:00 hrs
• Overnight Stay at Pelling Hotel
Day 07: Pelling to Namchi via Ravangla (100 km)
• Wake up call at 04:00 hrs
• Overnight Stay at Namchi Hotel
Day 08: Namchi to Bagdogra Airport (100 km)
• Wake up call at 04:00 hrs
• Post Breakfast, drive to Bagdogra
• Will reach around 14:00 hrs
• Drop @ Bagdogra Airport/ NJP railway Station to catch flight/ train back home

🔺 Inclusion
• Bagdogra to Bagdogra transportation
• Accommodation on Triple Sharing Basis
• Meal Plan Will Be on MAP (non ac room + Breakfast + Dinner)
• Entry fees for museums
• All Transfers and Sightseeing by Non-Ac Vehicle as Per the Itinerary from 06.00 Am to 06.00 Pm
• All Transfers and Sightseeing by private Vehicle with a Maximum Run Off
• All Toll, Parking Fee, Driver Bata & Fuel Cost
• All Taxes
• Guide / administrative charges

🔺 Exclusion
• Travel cost till Bagdogra
• Meals Not Mentioned In the Itinerary
• Entry Fees to Monuments, boating, Palaces etc
• Anything Not Mentioned In The Inclusions
• Porterage at Hotels and Airports, Tips, Insurance, Laundry, Liquors, Wine, Etc.
• All Items of Personal Nature
• Any Cost Arising Due To Natural Calamities like Landslides, Roadblocks, Etc.
• Any Increase in Taxes or Fuel Leading To an Increase In Surface Transport

Book your seat by paying just ₹7000 per head (Non-Refundable) advance payment for further booking.

🔺 Booking Condition
• 40% non-refundable booking amount of total tour cost to initiate a booking if travel date is more than 30 days from the date of booking
• 40% pay amount after the all confirmation of regarding your booking
• 30% pay amount before 5 days of the departure date

🔺 Cancellation Policy
• Once the booking is done: 30% Package cost
• 30 days prior to departure: 40% of Package Cost
• 15 Days prior to departure: 75% of Package Cost
• 10 Days till the date of departure: 100% of Package Cost

🔺 Caution & Remarks
Even though participants do not need to submit any health certificates those with a history of medical problems, particularly cardiac or respiratory, should consult a doctor before deciding to undertake the trip.
Carry appropriate substitution drugs for individuals allergic to any of above
Avoid medication such as sleeping tablets, sedatives, strong painkillers, and antihistamines Which depress the respiratory and increase the risk of (AMS-Active Mountain Sickness) Especially while sleeping
Last but most Important: Trip itinerary and Contact details left with friend or Home.

🔺 Backpacking Checklist
Sun protection & Cold Cream (Sunscreen/Lip balm/Sunglasses)
Insulation (Jacket/ Personal Clothing’s/ Fleece Gloves/ Hat or Cap)
Illumination (Headlamp or flashlight (Plus spare – Extra batteries)
Personal First-aid Kit.
Energy Food
Hydration Bag or Water Bottle
Bandana or Buff
Rainwear (jacket, pants) (Depend on Weather)
Boots or Shoes suited to terrain
Socks plus spares
Camera and memory cards – Optional
Binoculars – Optional
Notebook and pen or pencil
Credit/Debit card; small amount of cash
Earplugs and eye shade – UV Protected or Cat 4
Toilet paper or Tissue Paper
Insect repellant
Toothbrush and/or toiletry kit
Cell phone with Charger,
Poncho (optional)
Personal Clothing (T-shirts/Lowers/Under Garments etc.)
Thermal Inner


Additional information


16-23 April 2024, 21-28 May 2024


Advance Payment, Adult 11<, Child 10>

Q: Why Sikkim is very famous? A: A part of the Eastern Himalaya, Sikkim is notable for its biodiversity, including alpine and subtropical climates, as well as being a host to Kangchenjunga, the highest peak in India and third highest on Earth. Sikkim's capital and largest city is Gangtok.
Q: What is the best month to visit Sikkim? A: As suggested by Sikkim Tourism, the best time to visit Sikkim is either between March and May or October and mid-December. If you want to witness the blooming natural beauty in Gangtok best season to visit would be in spring, from March to May. Autumn, on the other hand, brings the clear view of Himalayan Range.
Q: Which food is famous for Sikkim? A: Dal Bhaat is a traditional food of Sikkim that is quite a craze in many parts of Nepal, Bangladesh, and India. The combination is that of boiled rice and lentil soup. Many parts of India call this dish Dal Chaawal. The Sikkimese population loves their share of Dal Bhaat as their everyday meal.
Q: Which fruit is famous for Sikkim? A: Sikkim Mandarin represents the most important commercial fruit of Sikkim. Sikkim Mandarin is similar to the Nepal or Assam or Darjeeling Mandarin.
Q: What is the famous food of Sikkim veg? A: Momos and Thukpa

So, consider dropping by The Roll House and The Taste of Tibet to buy a plate for yourself. On the other hand, thukpa, which is originally a native recipe of Tibet, is a cherished dish of the Sikkimese as well. Home-grown veggies such as spinach, celery, bell peppers, cauliflower etc.


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