Sikkim Holiday Tour & Travel Packages

North Bengal Tourism Sikkim Holiday Tour Packages at best and affordable prices. Explore the heavenly abode with our exclusive Sikkim Tour Package. We provide customised Sikkim tour itinerary that covers the most popular tourist spots at a budget-friendly cost. Choose the best Sikkim tour packages among the alternatives that are excellently planned keeping in mind the major attractions and activities in Sikkim. Experience the enthralling and snow capped mountains with our finest Sikkim Holiday Tour Packages.

Sikkim Holiday Tour Packages: A Complete Guide

Located in the eastern part of Himalaya, Sikkim is a tiny yet fascinating state with full of sparkling lakes, green mountains, mesmerizing rhododendron trees, scenic valleys, shimmering rivers, breathtaking waterfalls, and ancient monasteries. So, this holiday if you want to escape from your bustling urban lifestyle and want to take shelter in the serene ambiance of Sikkim, you have come in the right place. North Bengal Tourism offers various Sikkim Tour packages at an affordable price to make your holidaying in Sikkim quite memorable. Be it a small family trip or a long trip with the one you love, North Bengal Tourism has every kind of Sikkim Travel Packages to choose from. Choose the right tour packages and customize them as per your preferences.

Whether you opt for an affordable North Sikkim Budget Tour Package or a luxurious one, you will always receive the best travel experience with comfortable accommodations, cuisine, cars, activities and sightseeing places as per your choices.

Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q) about Your Tour in Sikkim

In order to make your Sikkim holiday smooth and completely worry-free, we have gathered some of the frequently asked questions for you and have tried to answer them all but one by one. Now, enjoy the gushing river, whimsical villages, pristine lakes, fascinating Buddhist Monasteries, and lush meadows of Sikkim without even worrying about anything as we are providing all the things you need within all our Sikkim Holiday Packages.

Q. Is Our Sikkim Tour Packages Customizable?

Yes, all the Sikkim Travel Packages are tailor-made. Hence, you can customize it as per your requirements. Just contact our travel agents and they will help to find the suitable tour packages for you.
Moreover, to fit everyone's budget, we offer a variety of tour packages ranging from 3 days to even 9 days. There are also 4 days, 5 days, 6 days and 7 days tour packages you can opt for.

Q. What is the best time to visit Sikkim?

Visiting Sikkim does not need any special season or time as you can spend a holiday in Sikkim at any time of the year. But still, we recommend visiting there during the months of January to October. During these months, you can enjoy the snowfall and can get a breathtaking view of the snow-clad mountains. Visit from March to June, if you prefer summer. However, we don't recommend visiting Sikkim during Monsoon as the roads get slippery and there is a chance of accidents.

Q. How can you reach Sikkim?

Sikkim is nicely connected with other states of India. It is easily accessible by roads from various others nearby cities like Siliguri, Darjeeling, Jalpaiguri, Bagdogra, etc.

  • By Air: The nearest airport of Sikkim is Bagdogra which is approximately 125 km away from Gangtok. Direct flights are available from major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, and Kolkata. You can opt for the services of Indigo, Air Asia or Spice Jet.
  • By Train: The nearest Railway Station of Sikkim is the New Jalpaiguri Junction which is located at a distance of 125 km from the capital city Gangtok.
  • By Road: Sikkim can be reached directly by roads from Siliguri, Darjeeling, and Bagdogra. The journey towards Sikkim itself is a memorable experience. Choose the best from our Sikkim Holiday Packages to get a hassle-free trip.
Q. Which are the towns and villages to visit in Sikkim?

Sikkim is replete with many fascinating places that are undoubtedly worth visiting.

  • Gangtok: Gangtok is the capital city of Sikkim where you can do plenty of activities and can explore many mesmerizing sightseeing places. Trek through the hilly terrains and get a breathtaking view of the snow-peaked mountains. Visit Rumtek Monastery, Enchey Monastery, Gangtok Ropeway, Namgyal Institute of Tibetology, etc.
  • Pelling: Pelling is yet another touristy town of Sikkim. Located at an elevation of 2150 meters, this tiny town is replete with scenic beauties and many vivid monasteries. Include this mesmerizing town in your Sikkim Tour Packages to explore hilly terrains and an ancient Buddhist monastery named Sanga Choling Monastery.
  • Lachung: Situated at an elevation of 2900 meters, Lachung is yet another tiny hamlet to visit with our North Sikkim Budget Tour Packages. Visit the century-old Lachung Monastery here.
  • Zuluk: The newly discovered tourist destination of East Sikkim, Zuluk is rapidly growing as a touristy place. This breathtaking town was a part of the Old Silk Route Tour where you will get an outstanding view of the Eastern Himalaya.
  • Namchi: Namchi is a popular town of South Sikkim with full of surprises. Explore plenty of temples, monasteries and most importantly, the largest statue of Guru Padmasambhava.
Q. Which are the sightseeing places to visit with our Sikkim Tour Packages?

With our customizable Sikkim Holiday Packages, see most of the amazing sightseeing places of Sikkim and create a lot of sweet memories with your dear and near ones.

  • Rumtek Monastery: One of the largest monasteries in Sikkim, Rumtek Monastery is a must-visit destination in our Sikkim Tour Packages. Get a jaw-dropping view of this alluring monastery and its flawless artworks.
  • Tsomogo Lake: Tsomogo Lake, also named as the Changu Lake, is a glacial lake in Sikkim. It is situated at an elevation of 3,753 meters where you can enjoy a cold ambiance and the snow-clad mountains.
  • Baba Mandir: Just 16 km away from Tsomogo Lake, Baba Mandir is a perfect place to know the history of this temple. Made in the honor of a brave army officer baba Harbajan Sing, enjoy the temple's surrounding snow-covered mountains peaks.
  • Nathu La Pass: Nathula Pass is another popular tourist destination in Sikkim with rich historical significance. It was a part of the Old Silk Route which doesn't lack any scenic attractions. Visiting Nathula needs a special permit.
  • Sopholok Chardham: Situated on the hilltop of Sopholok Hills and just 5 km away from Namchi, Sopholok Chardham is the prime attraction of Sikkim. You will get astonished by seeing a giant Shiva Statue on the top of the main temple.
Q. What kind of foods is available in Sikkim?

With its simple yet relishing flavor, Sikkim's foods are something that you will crave for more. Some of the renowned ones are:

  • Momo: Momo is undoubtedly one of the favorite dishes of Sikkim. Believed to be of Tibetan origin, momo has completely dissolved with the lifestyle of Sikkimese people. So, when you visit Sikkim, don't forget to taste these white dumplings.
  • Thukpa: Comes from a Tibetan origin, Thukpa is a noodle soup which can be served with meat or vegetables. The taste of this delicious dish is spicy and you can't resist yourself to taste it for once.
  • Sha Phaley: Sha Phaley is a palatable food of Tibetan origin. Made with bread stuffed with beef and cabbage, this delicious food is going to be like heaven for your taste buds.
  • Phagshapa: Made with the pork fat stewed with radish and dry chilies, Phagshapa is yet another delicious food you can try while holidaying in Sikkim.
Q. What are the things to do in Sikkim?

There are plenty of things and activities you can do and enjoy while holidaying with our Sikkim Holiday Packages. Some of them are:

  • Trekking: Trek through the Himalayan terrains and vegetation; explore some of the adventurous treks in Sikkim such as Goeche La, Dzongri Trek, Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek, etc.
  • Sightseeing: Visit Sikkim's all the scenic sightseeing places and get awe-struck by beholding their charm and serenity. Some of the renowned sightseeing places of Sikkim are Rumtek Monastery, Sopholok Chardham, Baba Mandir, Tsomogo Lake, Nathula Pass, etc.
  • River Rafting: As Teesta River flows through the Sikkim, it offers to have an intense outdoor activity called river rafting. Add it to your Sikkim holiday package if you have come with your friends.
  • Bicycling: Drive through the hilly terrains of Sikkim; discover new, tranquil yet lively places.
  • Paragliding: Experience the breathtaking beauty of Sikkim while paragliding above the scenic town of Gangtok.
Q. Is it safe to visit Sikkim?

Sikkim is one of the safest states in India you can travel to. The people of this hilly state are quite friendly and co-operative. Moreover, the crime rate of Sikkim is quite low. Hence, you can visit Sikkim without any worry.

Q. Is there any snowfall in Sikkim?

Yes, during the month of winter snowfall can be seen in Sikkim. Between the months of December to February, places like Lachung, Nathula Pass, Chngu Lake, and Gangtok stay covered with snow.

Q. Is any permit required to visit Sikkim?

Visiting Sikkim does not need any permit but some of its places do. As Nathula and Gurudongmar Lake are near the border, local and other states' people need a permit to visit them. You can opt for a permit from the Tourism and Civil Aviation Department of Sikkim.

Q. How can you visit Nathu La?

In order to visit Nathu La, obtain a permit from the Tourism and Civil Aviation of Sikkim. All you need is two passport size photographs, a valid Identity Proof and rupees 200.

Q. Which part of the Sikkim is worth visiting with our Sikkim Tour Packages?

All the parts of the Sikkim are equally worth visiting with plenty of surprises. Be it south or north, there is always something to astonish you. With our South and North Sikkim tour packages, you can enjoy every part of Sikkim.

Q. What should be the ideal duration of holidaying in Sikkim?

Though the duration depends on the destinations you will cover, the ideal duration can be of 6 Days. With our 5 Nights 6 Days Sikkim Packages you can cover most of the sightseeing places of Sikkim quite comfortably.