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Have you always wanted to see the Himalayas? Now is the perfect time to organize a trip with our Sikkim tour packages if you have never been there. What could be better if we are talking about the Himalayas than a vacation, perhaps on our Sikkim honeymoon packages to Sikkim? Traveling to witness this place's wonderful beauty is a pastime.   Sikkim on our Sikkim tour packages is one of the tiniest and most beautiful states in northe Read More

Have you always wanted to see the Himalayas? Now is the perfect time to organize a trip with our Sikkim tour packages if you have never been there. What could be better if we are talking about the Himalayas than a vacation, perhaps on our Sikkim honeymoon packages to Sikkim? Traveling to witness this place's wonderful beauty is a pastime.


Sikkim on our Sikkim tour packages is one of the tiniest and most beautiful states in northeastern India. Take a trip to Sikkim as it is renowned for its biodiversity and is home to the third-highest mountain on the earth, Kanchenjunga, as well as alpine and subtropical climates. So pick this destination as the one for you with our Sikkim tour package from Kolkata, Delhi, Bangalore, Guwahati, Bagdogra, and Kerala.


Located between Nepal and Bhutan to the west and east, Sikkim is a small yet lovely state south of Tibet. Its topography varies from scorching deep valleys that are only 300 metres above sea level to towering snow-capped summits like Kanchenjunga, the third-highest mountain in the world at 8586 metres. Sikkim is the finest spot on our Sikkim tour packages for you whether you're seeking for a workcation vacation or want to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life because it is regarded as an unusual location. It’s also the perfect place for romance with our Sikkim honeymoon packages.


Choose from our recommended Sikkim Tour Packages:





Magical Sikkim


Rs 24,299/-

Amazing Sikkim


Rs 28,699/-

Best of Northeast


Rs 33,199/-

Splendors of Sikkim


Rs 35,399/-

Classical Northeast


Rs 56,699/-

Astonishing Northeast


Rs 66,899/-



How to reach Sikkim on our Sikkim tour packages?


By train

On our Sikkim packages, you may purchase tickets to the New Jalpaiguri railway station, around 120 kilometres from Gangtok, the state capital, if you want to go to Sikkim by train. However, this is mostly if you’ve chosen our Sikkim tour package from Kolkata.  For your Sikkim tour packages, have the routes use numerous trains to link the destination with the rest of the nation.


By air

On our Sikkim packages, the closest airport to Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim, is Bagdogra Airport, which is around 125 kilometres away. If on a Sikkim tour package from Kolkata, regular flights are offered to Gangtok from a number of Indian cities, including Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore, Guwahati, and Kolkata. Once you are outside the airport, you may take cabs or taxis to travel to Gangtok. The trip on our Sikkim tour packages only takes around five hours.


By road

If on a budget trip to Sikkim, The capital of Sikkim, Gangtok, provides excellent transportation options to nearby cities. On a trip to Sikkim, one may readily get state-run, luxurious buses to Gangtok from Siliguri, Darjeeling, Kalimpong, and Kurseong, such those operated by zingbus. On our Sikkim tour packages, you won't get tired driving on the roads since they are so lovely. Make bus reservations with Akbartravels for convenient, cost-effective travel.


One of the most beautiful places in northeastern India is Sikkim with our ​​Sikkim tour package for 7 days. It has all the elements necessary as part of your Sikkim tour plan to relieve you from the fatigue of strenuous daily activities since it is discreetly located and gorgeously landlocked with astounding natural beauty.


When on vacation in Sikkim on our Sikkim tour packages, visitors may enjoy the beauty of snowfall in addition to the region's breathtaking scenery. Here are a few Sikkim tourist attractions that you must include in your Sikkim tour plan if you want it to be a memorable excursion.


Relax your tense nerves in Sikkim with our Sikkim tour package for 7 days, a landlocked Himalayan monarchy in the northeast, with its beautiful natural surroundings. Due to the surrounding wooded valleys and snow-capped mountain peaks, this is the ideal location to relax in Mother Nature even when on a budget trip to Sikkim. Visit this state on our Sikkim tour packages that are picturesquely beautiful and its allure will enchant you. The months of March through June and December through February are ideal for travel to Sikkim. Sikkim has a wide variety of attractions, including Ravangla, Namchi, Lachung, Yuksom, Nathula Pass, Tsomgo Lake, and many more.


Places to visit:


1. Tsomgo Lake:

One of the most visited tourist destinations on our Sikkim tour packages in Sikkim is Tsomgo Lake, which is only 38 kilometres from Gangtok, the state's capital. The journey to Tsomgo Lake is an experience in and of itself because of the winding route that winds through steep mountain terrain and imposing mountains. This location must be explored with our Sikkim family tour package if you're seeking for the top attractions in East Sikkim. This is unquestionably one of the top attractions in Sikkim.


2. Yuksom:

One of the most well-known tourist destinations on our Sikkim tour packages in Sikkim, Yuksom is an old historic town that is regarded as one of the greatest locations to visit in West Sikkim because of its unspoiled natural beauty and unbroken track for hikers. This is the place to go on our cheapest Sikkim tour packages where you can also spend some peaceful time away from the bustle of the city under the shade of nature.


3. Nathula Pass:

One of the top tourist destinations on our Sikkim tour packages in Sikkim Gangtok is the Himalayan Nathula Pass, which links India and Tibet. Choose the best travel agency for Sikkim tour to get you access to the pass, which is 4,310 metres above sea level, and is a branch of the ancient Silk Road. One of the must-see locations in Sikkim without a doubt on our Sikkim tour packages from Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Pune, Surat, Chennai, Vadodara, Nagpur, and Hyderabad. If you visit Sikkim during the ideal season, you'll never forget this captivating location!


4. Lachung, Lachen And Yumthang Valley:

On your Sikkim tour plan for 5 days, visit here. The nomadic Tibetan tribes spend the winter at Lachen, a remote hamlet in North Sikkim. Lachung is another high-altitude settlement on our Sikkim tour packages in North Sikkim that is home to Tibetan and Bhutia residents. And Yumthang is a stunning valley surrounded by peaks covered with snow. In Sikkim, all three are breathtaking tourist destinations. Lachung is a must-see location since it is the most well-known North Sikkim tourist destination and the area where Sikkim's first snowfall occurs.


5. Zuluk:

A must on our Sikkim tour package for 5 days, Zuluk, a little town on the Silk Route that is one of the quirky Sikkim tourist destinations, is situated at a high altitude and has a very powerful past. It is a fantastic location to visit with our Sikkim tour for people looking for snowfall in Sikkim or searching for the greatest locations to visit in Sikkim and Darjeeling since it provides spectacular views of the snow-capped mountain ranges, especially during the winter.


6. Teesta River:

Teesta River, a unique destination in Sikkim on our Sikkim travel packages, is breathtaking to view on a Sikkim tour when it is frozen over during the winter. But in the spring, the river sparkles in the sunlight and presents the ideal environment for flowering plants.


7. Gangtok:

The capital of Sikkim on our Sikkim holiday packages, Gangtok, is full of treasures; you'll be amazed on your Sikkim tour by the endless strolling paths, stunning silver-fir trees, and, most significantly, the warmth of the people there. Make sure to include it on your list of Sikkim attractions to see.


8. Gurudongmar Lake:

Gurudongmar Lake, on your Sikkim tour is one of the tallest lakes in the world, and is situated in a high plateau region of Sikkim. The elevation of this beauty is 17,800 feet. The lake is naturally supplied by the glaciers and is located to the north of the Kang Chengyao range. Not just one faith, but three—Hindus, Sikhs, and Buddhists—view it as sacrosanct. Which is why you will need to get in touch with your Sikkim tour operators, to visit here on our Sikkim package from Delhi and Kolkata. The lake is completely frozen from November through a large portion of May.


9. Goechala:

Goechala should be at the top of your Sikkim tour if an adventurous vacation to Sikkim is on your mind. In Sikkim, a mountain pass called Goechala is popular for mountaineering and trekking. It serves as the starting point for people who want to go on challenging but spectacular hikes. Not a part of your Sikkim trip cost, this difficult walk is calling to you if you enjoy challenges in life. The pass is still incredible to see, and from here you can see the lovely Mt. Kanchenjunga as well as many other stunning peaks, even if you don't want to go hiking. Without a doubt, this is one of Sikkim's top tourist destinations.


10. Khangchendzonga National Park:

A national park on your Sikkim tour, Khangchendzonga National Park, was added to the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites in 2016. It is also India's first place with a mixed heritage. Mt. Kangchenjunga is the source of the park's name. It is well known for its lush vegetation and diverse wildlife. Snow leopards can be seen here. Unquestionably, this is among the top tourist destinations in North Sikkim, making it a contender in Sikkim for honeymoon visitors.


11. Do Drul Chorten:

The Korten Stupa in Sikkim on your Sikkim tour was a notorious location often thought to be plagued by evil spirits until the respected Lama Trulshig Rnpoche visited and constructed a stupa there in 1946. On top of the stupa stands Vajra Kilaya, a deity revered as one of Sikkim's most illustrious chortens. Take our Sikkim trip package to see the several sacred Buddhist books and other religious relics inside the building. This is one of the top attractions in Sikkim and invites tourists from all over the world.


12. Rumtek Monastery:

Visit the Rumtek Monastery with our trip to Sikkim from Delhi to see some of the magnificent and unique works of Buddhist art. To tired eyes, it is a delight. The Kagyu sect in Sikkim built the Monastery in the 12th century. The Rumtek Monastery was tragically abandoned for a number of years before Gyalwa Karmapa rebuilt it in 1960. The monastery is a veritable treasure mine of original hand paintings, sculptures, and murals. It's amazing to see the 1001 little gold statues that are present. The location is not just among the most well-known in Sikkim, but it also has religious importance and is renowned for its tranquil atmosphere.


13. Cholamu:

Cholamu Lake, the only highest lake in India and the 14th highest lake in the world, is a marvel of Sikkim for honeymoon goers on our Sikkim tour package for couple. At 18,000 feet above sea level, it is situated. This nearly frozen lake may be seen as you descend from the top of the Donkia La pass, which is at an elevation of 18300 feet. It is a well-known tourist destination in Sikkim on our Sikkim tour packages for honeymoon couples, and entry into the area requires a special permit. This location is unquestionably one of the greatest in Sikkim to visit!


14. Geyzing:

Geyzing is not just the district's administrative centre but also one of Sikkim's most significant cities. It is only 10 kilometres from Pelling and is more commonly referred to as Gyalshing by the locals. These years, Geyzing has grown to be a popular tourist destination amongst our Sikkim package for couple. Geyzing is constantly bustling since it serves as the district's primary centre for trade and commerce. To experience breathtaking views of Mt. Kanchenjunga, you may travel to the River Rangeet. There are a number of striking monasteries in this area, which attracts plenty of people.


15. Yangtey:

Only 9 kilometres separate Yangtey from Pelling. It is near several well-known tourist destinations, including Khecheopalri Lake, the waterfalls at Khangchendzonga, the Rimbi Waterfalls, the Rabdentse Ruins, and Sewaro Rock Garden, among others. Aside from the place being inclusive as part of your Sikkim tour package for 7 days price, and the breathtaking views of the Himalayas, Yangtey is also renowned for the lovely Tashigang Resort, which is located right into the heart of lush meadows and gardens. It's a great spot for a peaceful vacation. If you want to get the ideal Sikkim sightseeing experience, you shouldn't miss the location.


16. Zemu Glacier:

On your Sikkim holiday, visit here. The eastern base for climbing Kanchenjunga is Zemu Glacier, which is a popular destination for thrill seekers. It is a glacier with a length of 26 km and is the principal source of the productive Teesta River. The area will captivate you whether you want to hike to this glacier or simply stop by to take in the natural splendour. It is one of the Sikkim tourist attractions that would leave you speechless.


17. Bakthang Waterfall:

Choose our best Sikkim tour packages to visit here. Waterfalls are undoubtedly among the most rejuvenating natural wonders on mother earth, and Bakthang Waterfall is no exception. These milky, flowing waterfalls in Sikkim are a few of the must-see tourist attractions. The major source of the Bakthang Waterfalls, Ratey Chu, is only a few kilometres from Gangtok and acts as a draw for hikers and environment enthusiasts.


18. Banjhakri Falls

The Banjhakri Falls and Energy Park, which are exquisitely tucked away among the verdant woods, are one of the must-see locations in Sikkim on our Sikkim packages from Mumbai, Bangalore, and Ahmedabad for all nature enthusiasts. The falls are the most notable feature of Ban Jhakri Park and are regarded as the most refreshing location by both residents and visitors. It is unique in its sort because to the clearly marked routes, gorgeous gazebos, and ingenious footbridges. All those wanderers out there are drawn to the Falls.


19. Singshore:

Singshore Bridge is a fascinating location to see inclusive of your ​​Sikkim tour cost. It is the second tallest bridge in all of Asia and the highest in Sikkim. This 240-meter-long bridge is perched at a height of 100 metres above the earth not far from the Sikkim town of Uttarey. The Bridge, considered to be one of Sikkim's oldest bridges, is a must-see for everyone on our Sikkim tour plan for 7 days, with a desire to participate in a variety of experiences. One gets in awe of nature at this location because of the surrounding luxuriant foliage.


20. Gurudongmar lake:

Part of your Sikkim tour budget is the second-highest lake in India, which is Gurudongmar Lake in Sikkim, situated at a height of 17100 feet above sea level. It goes without saying that the lake defies any description at such a high height. The lake has a large coastline length of approximately 5.34 kilometres and a surface size of around 118 hectares. It is situated about 5 km south of the Indo-China border and about 190 kilometres from the capital city of Gangtok. Sikhs, Hindus, and Buddhists all regard the lake as holy and believe it to possess some sort of heavenly power. In addition, on your Sikkim budget tour packages here, the lake offers stunning views of other snow-capped mountains including Khangchendzonga and Mount Siniolchu. It serves as the Teesta River's source. It takes around 8 to 9 hours to drive from Gangtok to Sikkim Gurudongmar Lake. Sikkim's Gurudongmar Lake is situated on the way to Lachen, a tiny settlement in North Sikkim. Before going to the lake, it is advised to spend the night in Lachen. The journey from Lachen to the lake takes around 3–4 hours.


What all you can do in Sikkim - summarized:


Inclusive of your Sikkim tour price, you will land at Pakyong Airport and take a cab to Gangtok if you have chosen our Sikkim honeymoon package with flight for your trip. By the time you get in the capital city, you will be worn out from the journey and just want to unwind. To enjoy the gorgeous Teesta river, which is undoubtedly a pleasure to behold, you could take a brief detour, though. On your Sikkim tour package for family, go to the MG Marg, where everyone from the city congregates, if you have the energy. It is fantastic that there are cafes and a few booksellers there. Instead, visit a spa and have a beautiful, protracted massage  and you'll be as fresh as a daisy the next day.


Because you will be exhausted after the previous day's travel, we recommend seeing Nathu La in the early part of the day and then spending the second half of the day touring Gangtok. Inclusive of your Sikkim tour packages with price, Nathu La is a famous mountain pass that was part of the old silk road connecting China and India. During the Indo-China conflict of 1962, it was closed and reopened during the rule of late Atal Bihari Vajpayee. It is now both a pass for cars transporting commodities between the two nations (supposedly, Parle G is one of the most coveted Indian products in China) and a destination for couples on our Sikkim honeymoon tour packages. To be honest, there isn't much to see (besides a sneak peek into China and some pretty hideous Chinese architecture) but the road-trip from Gangtok is beautiful. If you are traveling during tourist season on our Sikkim tour from Kolkata make sure you go early and get a pass else you can be stuck in the traffic for a long time!


Make a stop at the beautiful Tsomgo (or Changu) lake on your Sikkim travel plan or if on your way back. Soak a walk around the beautiful lake and take in the scenery. If you travel in the winter, the entire region is blanketed in snow, and the scenery is breathtaking! Stop at the Bakthang waterfalls on the way back to Gangtok. On your full Sikkim tour packages, there are numerous tea vendors there as well, so you might be able to get a hot cup of chai as well. If you didn't go to the MG Marg the day before, go today. Exclusive of your Sikkim package cost, have a cup of coffee and a late lunch there (we recommend The Coffee Shop), and then go to Rachna Book Store if you prefer books. to enjoy the sunset head over to Denzong Regency hotel - make sure you reach a little in advance so that you can have some chai and then watch the sun go down.


As you may have guessed, this excursion will not provide you with much opportunity to rest. So, if you want to be more relaxed here, we recommend staying another day in Gangtok, exclusive of your Sikkim tourism packages price and simply enjoying the city. If you’ve chosen our Guwahati to Sikkim, Pune to Sikkim, and Mumbai to Sikkim tour package, take a walk about the neighborhoods, speak to the residents, go watch a football match (it's a true obsession here), sip local tea and eat local food (not only in the hotel), and perhaps have a massage if you are here on our Sikkim tour package for 5 days couple.


About Rumtek:

Let's go over some history to have a better understanding of the 'Rumtek debate.' Karma Kagyu is one of four major schools of Tibetan Buddhism. The Dalai Lama is also the head of a school, although he is universally regarded as the highest leader. Karmapa is the name given to the leader of the Karma Kagyu tradition. In any case, when China invaded Tibet in 1959, the Dalai Lama fled to India via Tezpur (Assam). Along with him, the 16th Karmapa fled to Sikkim, where he established his monastery at the Rumtek Monastery, which was then in ruins.

When a Karmapa dies, he leaves a secret message to his followers informing them of his rebirth. Some think that this secret text was tampered with, and that after his death, two new Karmapas arose, each claiming to be his reincarnation. Even now, both continue to stake their claim to the throne. More controversy erupted when one of the Karmapas was suspected of spying for China. The Indian government barred any of the two parties from taking over the Rumtek Monastery because to the controversy and occasionally violent battles between them.

As a result, the monastery has been without a leader since the 16th Karmapa. A large army bandobast is present to prevent any of the Karmapas from establishing themselves at Rumtek. The Indian government's position on the Karmapa isn't quite clear, and we've done our best throughout the years to merely preserve the status quo.

If on our Bangalore to Sikkim package, you could easily spend an entire day learning about the area and immersing yourself in the local culture. If you don't have the time, go on to Pelling. Then visit the Temi Tea Garden. Tea isn't something most people associate with Sikkim, but believe it or not, Sikkim also produces its own tea and is rather well-known for it! But the history of tea in Sikkim isn't that long - stick around and you'll discover something new today.


Tea arrived in what is now known as Sikkim only in the 1960s, although even that has a strong China link. When China invaded Tibet in 1959, India took in hundreds of thousands of refugees (imagine that occurring in modern India), and many of them were relocated in Sikkim. There was suddenly a vast workforce but no job, which is usually a formula for catastrophe. So the monarch of Sikkim (which was not yet a part of India at the time) decided to establish a tea plantation to give employment, and Temi Tea Garden was born! It is a pretty big tea plantation, and much of the tea produced here is exported. If you're lucky, you might be able to enjoy a drink as well. You may also stop at Ravangla, which includes a massive golden Buddha statue against a mountain backdrop. It's a breathtaking view. Finally, before arriving in Pelling, halt at a rice terrace field. Take as many photos as you like.


Where to stay in Gangtok?


On your Sikkim trip in Gangtok, The Elgin Nor-Khill is a great location to stay, and we highly recommend it. It's a historic hotel, and it lives up to the billing. The only disadvantage is that the view from the room isn't spectacular. If you desire a view, stay at Denzong Regency, which offers a beautiful view of both the city and the mountains. However, you’ve nothing to worry about if you’ve booked our deals of Sikkim honeymoon package price. As at AkbarTravels, you can choose whichever package best suits you needs and budget for a worry-free trip!

If you are departing Gangtok, we recommend that you leave very early in the morning. Request a packed breakfast from your accommodation and enjoy it when you visit Rumtek Monastery, one of the most well-known in the state. It's a beautiful monastery, but its tale is much more intriguing. It is now better renowned for the controversy that has surrounded it.


Where to stay in Pelling?

On your Sikkim trip, note that pelling is a little but attractive town that is also quite popular with visitors, therefore there are more hotels than dwellings, as well as hotels for various budgets. If you're on a tight budget, we recommend strolling along the town's main street and finding a hotel there. The Elgin Mount Pandim, on the other hand, is a site we would suggest. It's a heritage luxury house with a stunning view of the magnificent Kanchenjunga mountain. However, you’ve nothing to worry about if you’ve booked our deals of Hyderabad to Sikkim, Ahmedabad to Sikkim, and Chennai to Sikkim tour packages. As at AkbarTravels, you can choose whichever package best suits you needs and budget for a worry-free trip!


Make the most of your Sikkim sightseeing packages as you begin your day with a cup of chai in the hotel's gorgeous rear garden (Elgin) before heading out to Khecheopalri Lake. It's a sacred lake, and you may get there by taking a short stroll through the forest once you park your car. Arrive early in the morning to experience the most serene portion of your journey - only the sounds of nature and the rustling of prayer flags. You may also stop at the Rimbi Falls, which are on the road and worth visiting. You can't swim here during or just after the monsoon since the water is too powerful, but you may get near to it.


After lunch at the hotel or a local restaurant, proceed to one of the most important monasteries in Sikkim's history - Pemayangtse monastery. It's actually quite near to the Elgin hotel, and you can even walk there. Later in the day, explore the town by strolling around the local market, mingling with the residents, or simply relaxing in the rear garden with a cup of chai or a local beer.


Then go to Darjeeling! When you arrive in Darjeeling, check into your accommodation and proceed to Mall Road for a brief tour of the city. Did you know that Darjeeling was previously a part of Sikkim before being lent to the British? When India attained independence, the King of Sikkim wrote to the Government of India (GOI) demanding that their territory be returned to them. Darjeeling is still closer to Sikkim in terms of language, culture, and people. In fact, when asked if Sikkim wanted Darjeeling back, they said no because they were concerned about the problems the region would bring!


Where to stay in Darjeeling?

On your Sikkim group tour packages, note that you may stay at The Elgin in Darjeeling, another heritage home that, like the others in Gangtok and Pelling, we can confidently suggest. The view of the city from your hotel would be truly breathtaking, so if you stay here, request a room with a view of the valley. You can enjoy the city thoroughly and then come back to the Hotel for a good night’s sleep. At AkbarTravels, you can choose whichever package best suits you needs and budget for a worry-free trip! On the final day, leave for the airport according to your departure schedule! We know it will be difficult to say goodbye to this gorgeous location, but you must definitely plan to return to discover additional off-the-beaten-path pathways!


When is the best time to visit Sikkim?

The summer season, which lasts from mid-April to mid-June, is characterized by warm temperatures and gorgeous sky. From late September to November, the weather is nice, cherry trees are in blossom, and the skies periodically clear enough to provide views of Kanchenjunga. A great opportunity to select our Sikkim tour package for 6 days, but watch our for an alert for road closures when it gets really cold.


What to eat in Sikkim?

A basic food is rice, which is typically eaten with dal, wild vegetables, and pickles like the scorchingly spicy Dalley chili pickle. The traditional ingredient used to make the fresh cow-milk cheese churpi is ningro, a fern. Gyakho, a traditional stew for formal occasions, is prepared from a chimney. The dishes phing (glass noodles), shisnu (nettle soup), gundruk (fermented spinach), and gyathuk are also well-liked (soup with homemade macaroni and local herbs). Momos and thukpa, two delicacies from Tibet, are commonly accessible.


What to shop?

On your Sikkim luxury tour packages, get a chance to shop at a more relaxed pace. some of the nicest items to purchase in Sikkim's marketplaces are paintings of Thangkas, Tibetan crockery, prayer wheels, bamboo antiques, Lepcha weave purses, Choksee tables, and woollen carpets and blankets decorated with traditional Sikkimese themes and colours. If on our Sikkim honeymoon packages from Ahmedabad, a must do is a Yak Safari, which is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and is a need for everyone visiting Sikkim. The ideal settings for this once-in-a-lifetime excursion are Tsomgo Lake, Dzongri, and Chopta Valley.

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