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Sikkim Tour Packages

Take the edge off your mind and explore the magnificent sights of northeastern India with our well-curated Sikkim Holiday Packages. Sikkim is a dream tourist destination for nature lovers that is bordered by Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet. Bestowed with numerous highest peaks, verdant meadows and landscapes, and sacred monasteries, the place offers amazing breathtaking sights to explore with your family and friends under budget with our customized Sikkim Itinerary.

Crammed with beautiful cultures of Hinduism and Buddhism, Sikkim is a treat for every soul that houses the world’s third-highest peak- Mount Kanchenjunga, sparkling Tsomgo Lake, Zero Point, Lachen, medicinal qualities filled hot springs, and numerous less-explored places for trekking, camping, yak rides, river rafting, and much more.

Feeling hard to decide between the destinations to visit in Sikkim for a calm and refreshing vacation? Then, browse from our extensive range of Gangtok Tour Packages here best fit for honeymoon, solo tripping, and workations and take the unforgettable memories back home with you.

Best Time to Visit Sikkim

Sikkim in Summer- The weather remains cool between 19 C to 26 C temperature with soft breezes. The summer season from April to June is an ideal time to visit Sikkim, given sunshine with cool breezes and lush flora all around, impersonating a great holiday with stunning sightseeing views.

Sikkim in Monsoon-The monsoon season begins in July and lasts till September with moderate to heavy rainfall and frequent landslides, hence, it is best to avoid this time to visit Sikkim. On the other hand, monsoon is the season when the waterfalls and rivers are in myriads flowing devilishly calm.

Sikkim in Winter- snow blanket from November to March with the temperature remaining between 14 C to -4 C. It is a top offbeat place to visit in Northeast India during the winter season and indulge in famous adventure activities such as snowboarding, skiing, trekking, etc.

How to Reach Sikkim

By Air- The nearest airports are Pakyong Airport, newly opened, which is around 35 km away, and Bagdogra Airport around 124 km away from Gangtok and connected to some major cities with direct flights such as Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, and Bangalore. You can hire a taxi or cab to reach the destination.

By Train- The nearest is the New Jalpaiguri Railway Station near Siliguri around 117 km away from Gangtok city and a 3-hour drive and is well-connected to major cities including Kolkata, Guwahati, Delhi, and Mumbai.

By Road-Embark on a fun road trip from Bagdogra- the only way to reach Gangtok, and either catch a public bus, or hire a two-wheeler vehicle, cab, or a taxi to enjoy the beautiful vistas and serene atmosphere.

Major Tourist Attractions in Sikkim

  • Gangtok- The capital city of Sikkim, Gangtok is a major tourist destination blessed with plunging rivers, cascading waterfalls, dense deep valleys, cafes, and shops. It is also home to the third highest peak in India- Mount Kanchenjunga.
  • Pelling-Pelling is an ideal vacation place in Sikkim and is a popular small hill town among trekkers and historians with verdant vistas and historical importance. Visit the 18th-century monasteries, ancient palace ruins, stunning trekking spots, and raging waterfalls.
  • Nathu La Pass- It is one of the highest passes and perfect places situated about 54 km east of Gangtok for peace lovers and trekkers situated at an altitude of 14,140 feet. Additionally, one needs to take a permit from Sikkim Government to enter the pass, which is INR 200 fee per head and is open to all from Wednesday to Saturday from May to October.
  • Rumtek Monastery-It is one of the most famous and richest Buddhist Monasteries where you will see the ancient rituals and culture in peaceful surroundings. It is located about 24 km away from Gangtok and houses unique centuries-old artifacts and manuscripts.
  • Tsomgo Lake- It is one of the most famous glacier lakes to visit in Sikkim. Located at an elevation of about 3800 meters, Tsomgo Lake looks magnificent with its water-changing hues with the season and weather.
  • Yumthang Valley- Visit the valley during the spring season to catch the mesmerizing views of a variety of rich flora, rapid river, and the magnificent backdrop of the snow-capped Himalayas. The Shingba Rhododendron Sanctuary is a must-visit place to see here.
  • Lachung- Known for its apple orchards and pleasant weather, Lachung is a haven for nature enthusiasts and photographers to capture the beauty of several rare species of plants with a mesmerizing backdrop of snow-capped peaks and lush greenery.
  • Lachen- Rich with flora and fauna, and enchanting landscape, Lachen is a tranquil small village in Sikkim to visit all year long. The place is famous among tourists for its ethereal valleys and Buddhist monasteries that draw everyone’s attention to its rich cultural heritage.
  • Namchi- Situated at an elevation of 5500 feet near Gangtok, Namchi is a sacred pilgrimage village in Sikkim that houses the world’s tallest sputa of Buddhist Padmasambhava, a Saint Rinpoche on the Samdrupste Hill.

Thrilling Activities to do in Sikkim

  • TRiver Rating- Enjoy the most famous thrilling adventure in Sikkim, River Rafting at Teesta River. Paddle through the quaint little villages, green surroundings with the beautiful Himalayas landscapes. It is open to the public from May to November.
  • Sky Walk- Hands-on to experience India’s first Glass Skywalk in Sikkim located at the statue of Chenrezig in Pelling village. It is the perfect outing place to visit the fourth-highest statue in Sikkim with your family, kids, friends, and loved ones.
  • Hot Spring Rejuvenation- Leave the stress behind and relax your unsettled mind in the hot springs of Reshi, Borong, and Ralong which are believed to have medicinal healing properties.
  • Trekking and Camping- Get closer to nature and embark on the best adventure activity to do in Sikkim. Trek to some of the highest points of the city including Goecha La, Dzongri, Kanchenjunga, Green Lake, Sandakphu, and many other trekking peaks.
  • Paragliding- Indulge in one of the most thrilling adventure activities in Sikkim and feel the adrenaline rushing in your body when you fly high like a bird across Ani Gumpa and Reshithang Village.
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Best Holiday Packages for Sikkim

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Frequently Asked Questions About Sikkim Travel

Q.How much will it cost me for Sikkim Holiday Packages?
Depending on the famous places you would visit, the number of days enough for a tour, accommodation, and so on, we have crafted the budget Sikkim Tour Packages for family, friends, backpackers, and honeymoon couples. Get in contact with us at Safar Mentor and get all the insights about the Sikkim Itinerary Package.
Q.How many days are enough to explore Sikkim?
You can explore endless famous places in Sikkim in a 5-day tour. You can go on an energizing trekking expedition, river rafting, paragliding, monasteries, sightseeing eating local Tibetan cuisines, and much more.
Q.Are there any shopping places in Sikkim?
Shop for locally-made handcrafted souvenirs like Buddhist prayer flags, woolen clothes, rugs, carpets, Tibetan handcrafted objects, Temi Tea, spices, fruit jams and squashes, wooden furniture items, Sikkimese traditional dress- Bakhu, wall hangings, embedded jewelry, Sikkim liquor, and more at Lal Bazaar- the cheapest market for shop and eat lip-smacking food, MG Road, New & Old Market, and Chandmari Road.
Q.Is Sikkim safe for traveling with kids?
Yes, Sikkim is extremely safe for traveling with kids and solo as well. The place hosts hundreds of travelers every year from all around the world and has strict rules and regulations to benefit from. In case, keep your belongings near and don’t go strolling alone on unknown streets at night.
Q.Which is the best way to reach Sikkim?
To save time and make the most out of your trip, the convenient way to travel to Sikkim is by flight. With the newly opened Pakyong Airport, you can take a direct flight from the major connecting cities including Delhi, Bangalore, Kolkata, Guwahati, and Mumbai.
Q.Is a permit required to visit Sikkim beforehand?
For Foreign tourists, one must collect the ILP (Inner Line Permit) from All India Missions and Sikkim Tourism Offices in New Delhi and Kolkata. For Indian nationals, a person needs not any permit unless you’re planning to visit a protected area or go on trekking to the restricted passes in the RAP and PAP regions. For which, apply at least 3 months in advance and always carry a Voter ID, Driving License, passport, or any other identity proof.