Amazing Darjeeling-Gangtok-Sikkim 6 Nights 7 Day

Not Rated from 0 reviews
0% of guests recommend

Group Size

30 persons




Sikkim is the smallest state in India, and is located in the northeastern part of the country. Sikkim is bordered by Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet and hence there is no dearth of tourist places in Sikkim, undoubtedly. Being the gateway to the Himalayas, Sikkim is known for its beautiful scenery, green meadow, crystalline lakes and towering mountain ranges. This kingdom of mountains has a personality of its own, you will be lost in the captivating destinations in the state, and also see the coexistence of hinduism and buddhism which has given rise to a unique and peaceful culture to the state of Sikkim.

Sikkim is a land of monasteries, the beautiful structures like every inch of the state. You will find it hard to not fall in love with this land, with its clean and green roads, valleys, mountain tops and meadows. The eastern Himalayan state comes with rhododendron groves and thick woodlands, orange and apple orchards, its peaceful ambiance hitting whoever visits it hard. Sikkim is the place to visit when the rest of the country is burning during the summer months, the mountainous state proves to be an amazing getaway from the heat and a mundane life in the plains. You will see a horde of wild flowers during summer, these fill up the valleys and truly make your visit worthwhile.

Sikkim is your go to for trekking into the Himalayas, and river rafting on the Teesta and Rangit. At a higher altitude, you will see that monsoon clouds often surround the mountain tops, giving the place a mesmerising look and feel. Sikkim is a sanctuary of wildlife, primarily home to snow leopards, wild goat, black bear, blue sheep, flying squirrels, and the famous red panda. The cultural and ethnic background of the state makes it a hub for curious tourists throughout the year, Sikkim is as beautiful in winter as it is during the summer months.


Meal plan : Breakfast
Vehicle : Non-AC
Vehicle : Normal
Transport Tax
Meal plan : Lunch
Meal plan : Dinner
Vehicle : Luxury
Vehicle : AC
Other Than Mentioned in Inclusion
Entry fees
Guide charges
Room Heater



Which is the best month to visit Sikkim?
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.
Is there snow in Sikkim in October?
Gangtok does receive snow in winters but not in October. … Still there is a high probability to get snow at Gurudongmar, Nathula Pass, Yumeshdong and Katao Hill. But don’t worry Sikkim is beautiful in every seasons.
How can I get Sikkim permit?
Foreigners must obtain Inner Line Permit (ILP) to visit Sikkim. These can be obtained from all Indian Missions, Sikkim Tourism Offices at New Delhi, Kolkata, District Magistrates Office of Darjeeling, Siliguri, and Rangpo on the strength of an Indian Visa
Can I take my car to Sikkim?
You can not usually take self driven cars to protected areas of Sikkim including Tsomgo/Nathula and North Sikkim. You need to go through a registered tour operator, get permits and use their vehicle. … You can not get Protected Area Permits anywhere other than in Sikkim.
Which day Nathula Pass is closed?
The pass remains closed on Monday and Tuesday. Domestic tourists can visit the Nathula Pass in Sikkim on any other day of the week.
Is Darjeeling good for honeymoon?
Alongside the beautiful scenarios of magnificent nature, Darjeeling city tour and around is famous worldwide for its excellent flavor in tea. Most of the farming areas of Darjeeling are tea-plantations. … And we all know that Darjeeling, being the ‘queen of hills’ in India, is a perfect honeymoon destination
Is alcohol cheap in Darjeeling?
Among the wonderful local wonders, Darjeeling has its bars and pubs, where you can head to for a great time. Most of these bars and pubs are old establishments, and the drinks are relatively less expensive than most other Indian cities
Can you see Everest from Darjeeling?
Tiger Hill (2,573 m) is located in Darjeeling, in the Indian State of West Bengal. It has a panoramic view of Mount Everest and Mount Kanchenjunga together


Not Rated
Based on 0 review
Very Good
No Review
You must log in to write review
from ₹23,500 ₹20,500