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Sikkim – Backpacker’s Paradise


The Indian state of Sikkim is situated in the eastern Himalayas in the north-eastern region of the nation. One of India's tiniest states is this one. Sikkim is bordered to the north and northeast by the Tibetan Autonomous Region of China, to the southeast by Bhutan, to the south by the Indian state of West Bengal, and to the west by Nepal. In the state's southeast, in the city of Gangtok, sits the capital.

Sikkim, which is a section of the Eastern Himalaya, is known for its biodiversity and for having alpine and subtropical climates. It also has Kangchenjunga, the third-highest mountain on Earth and the highest peak in India. Gangtok is the capital and largest city in Sikkim. The Khangchendzonga National Park spans over 35% of the state.

Sikkim, a long-established independent political entity, was made an Indian protectorate in 1950 and a state in 1975. Despite its tiny size, Sikkim is very important to India politically and strategically because of its location along many international borders.

Sikkim is one of the beauties in north eastern part of India. It is nicely tucked away and beautifully landlocked with immense natural beauty, it has all the components which would sooth you from the tiredness of vigorous day-to-day activities. The mighty Kanchenjunga, considered a benevolent protector, dominates the region, making itself visible from various points within the state. As the mercury rises across the country in May, Sikkim provides a much-needed retreat. once again to the city you all escaped from, maybe for this little breather.

A mountain person or not, if you’re wondering what your next vacation spot must be, undoubtedly, you must add Sikkim to your travel bucket list.

Sikkim, India’s second smallest state, is situated in the northeast region and is an ethereal gateway to the Himalayas. Sharing borders with Tibet in the north, Bhutan in the east, Nepal in the west and West Bengal in the south, Gangtok being its capital city, Sikkim houses breath-taking landscapes, lush green meadows, colourful groves and calm and gracious waterfalls.

Although it is a perception that Sikkim is all about picturesque ranges and crystalline valleys, this mystic land has something to offer to every tourist. This tucked-away spot is ideal for nature admirers, adventure enthusiasts and spiritual buffs. Also, the unique and flavoursome local delicacies will surely take your taste buds through a wave of heavenly emotions!

The places to visit in Sikkim:

  1. Tsomgo Lake: Also popularly known as the Changu Lake, Tsomgo is a glacier lake nestled 40 km from Gangtok at an altitude of 3800m. This lake reflects the gigantic snow-capped mountains, leaving you mesmerised.  
  2. Kanchenjunga Base Camp: Kanchenjunga is the world’s third-highest peak, and visiting its base camp is not only going to give you the true essence of Sikkim but also a sneak peek of the Himalayas. All those with an adrenaline rush can relish and enjoy this adventure trek.
  3. Nathula Pass: Nathula Pass is the most sought tourist location as this pass connects India to Tibet. You can witness a vibrant amalgamation of Indian and Tibetan culture around this place and also take home sovereigns from the Tibetan shops around.
  4. Lachen, Lachung and Yumthang Valley: Live like a local and adapt to tranquillity and serenity during your stay at these immensely beautiful and rich in culture villages in Sikkim. These villages are home to the Tibetan nomadic tribes and a portal to gorgeous lakes named Gurudongmar and Tso Lhamu.
  5. Pelling: Your trip to Sikkim is incomplete without monasteries, and Pelling is the right spot. Pelling will leave you enchanted with its lush greenery and radiating positivity all around.
  6. Teesta River: Relax by the riverside and indulge in water sports like river rafting and kayaking at Teesta River. It is a significant tourist attraction annually due to the enthralling and delightful views it exhibits.


  • Experience the highest and biggest freshwater lake, Gurudongmar in Sikkim
  • Enjoy the scenic alpine flower valley, Yumthang in North Sikkim
  • Learn about the Buddhist culture and traditions at Namgyal Institute of Tibetology, Sikkim
  • Experience one of the largest and oldest Rumtek Monastery, Sikkim
  • Enjoy the picturesque Tsomgo Lake, one of the highest altitude Himalayan Lake.
  • Experience the border gate between India and China at Nathula Pass

Sikkim Backpacking Tour

Day 1: Bagdogra to Gangtok (135 km. / approx 4.30 hrs) / Overnight at Gangtok
Day 2: Gangtok to Lachen (120 kms./5 hrs./ Alt.- 8,500 ft.) / Overnight at Lachen
Day 3: Excursion to Gurudongmar. Lachen to Lachung (50 km/ 2 hrs) / Overnight at Lachung
Day 4: Excursion to Yumthang. Lachung - Gangtok (24 km./ Alt.- 11,800ft.) / Overnight at Gangtok
Day 5: Excursion – Tsomgo Lake & Baba Mandir (Nathula Pass Optionally) / Overnight at Gangtok 
Day 6: Namchi - Ravangla / Overnight at Pelling
Day 7: Pelling  Sightseeing / Overnight at Pelling
Day 8 : Pelling - Bagdogra

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  • Stay in comfortable, clean and hygienic triple sharing accommodation / home stays 
  • Internal travel during the trip, inclusive of the pickup and drop facility to the Bagdogra Airport
  • Breakfast and Dinner provided during Sikkim backpacking trip
  • All permits, entries etc.during Sikkim backpack tour
  • Services of an expert Trikon buddy during Sikkim backpacking trip
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  • Travel cost of arrival to Bagdogra Airport on Day 1
  • Travel cost of departure from Bagdogra Airport on Day 8
  • Nathula Pass & Zero Point Permit
  • Day 1 Breakfast , Day 8 Breakfast
  • Food during the transit to and from Bagdogra Airport
  • Any personal expenses made during the Sikkim backpack trip
  • Anything apart from the inclusions


  •     Valid Identity Proof (Passport / Voter ID Card), along with 5 Photocopies for each document.
  •     5 Passport Size Color Photographs
  •     Water Bottles
  •     A light-weighted Haversack or Backpack, and a smaller Day Sack
  •     Good pair of trekking shoes, and a pair of flip-flops
  •     Woolen Gloves, woolen socks, Monkey Cap/Balaclava, Neck Scarf
  •     Thermal Inners
  •     Snow Jackets and Fleece Jackets
  •     Waterproof gloves and windcheater/poncho
  •     Personal clothing (Dressing Moderately is mandatory to visit Monasteries and Dzongs)
  •     Cap, sunglasses, scarf
  •     Camera, Binoculars (Optional)
  •     Toiletries – Sunscreen, Moisturizer, Light towel, Lip balm, Wet wipes, Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Hand Sanitizer
  •     Extra Polythene Bags (To segregate used/ unused garments, wet/ dry clothing)
  •     Any medicines that you consume normally, post consulting a doctor
  •     Mosquito repellent
  •     Snacks & Biscuits to munch on (Optional)
  •     Enerzyl Powder or Glucon D powder


Bagdogra Airport, Siliguri, West Bengal, India


Mumbai to Sikkim and Sikkim to Mumbai time:

  • Mumbai to Bagdogra by Indigo Airline

Departure from Mumbai : 08.10 Hrs
Arrival at Bagdogra : 10.55 Hrs

  • Bagdogra to Mumbai by Indigo Airline

Departure from Bagdogra : 11.30 Hrs
Arrival at Mumbai : 14.30 Hrs

  • Ensure that you land/arrive into Bagdogra latest by 11 am as we will depart from the airport by 11.30 am on Day 1

  • Take a flight/train post 11.30 am on Day 8

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Frequest Questions

Q: What is Sikkim known for?
A: Sikkim is known for its natural beauty, with a landscape that includes the Himalayan mountain range, forests, and lakes. It is also known for its cultural diversity, with a mix of Tibetan, Nepali, and Indian influences, and for its Buddhist monasteries and temples.

Q: How can I get to Sikkim?
A: You can fly to Bagdogra Airport in Siliguri (WB), then take the taxi to Gangtok. Alternatively, you can take the train to New Jalpaiguri then take the taxi to Gangtok.

Q: What are the best places to visit in Sikkim?
A: Some popular places to visit in Sikkim include Gangtok, the capital city of Sikkim, and the surrounding areas of Tsomgo Lake, Nathula Pass, and Yumthang Valley. Other attractions include the Pelling town, known for its views of the Himalayas, and the Rumtek Monastery, one of the largest and most important monasteries in Sikkim.

Q: What is the best time to visit Sikkim?
A: The best time to visit Sikkim depends on what you want to do. The winter months, from November to February, are the best time to visit if you want to experience the colder weather and go sightseeing. The summer months, from April to June, are the best time to visit if you want to experience the warmer weather and go trekking or hiking.

Q: Where are the best pilgrimage sites in Sikkim?
A: There are many religious places in Sikkim which are sacred sites for people from all faiths and religions. Some of the most famous religious places in Sikkim include Gahesh Tok, Siddheshwara Dham and numerous places of worship across faiths throughout the state.

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