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North Bengal Tourism provides a range of Sikkim tour packages at pocket-friendly prices, ensuring your holiday in Sikkim is unforgettable. Whether you're planning a cozy family getaway or a romantic escape for two, get the best Sikkim travel package to suit your preferences. Whether you're interested in a budget-friendly North Sikkim tour or a more luxurious option, you can expect top-notch travel experiences, including comfortable accommodations, delicious cuisine, reliable transportation, exciting activities, and visits to your preferred sightseeing spots.

Nestled in the eastern Himalayas, Sikkim is a small but captivating state blessed with stunning lakes, majestic snow-capped peaks, enchanting rhododendron forests, picturesque valleys, meandering rivers, awe-inspiring waterfalls, and ancient monasteries. If you're seeking refuge from the hustle and bustle of city life and crave the tranquility of Sikkim's serene surroundings, you've found your ideal destination for this holiday.

Places to Visit in Sikkim

Sikkim, even though a tiny state, is blessed with lots of scenic destinations being visited by thousands of tourists every year. The state has lakes, monasteries, high-altitude passes, valleys, and whatnot. Some of the most notable places and attractions to visit in this state are-

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. Some popular attractions in Gangtok are Rumtek Monastery, Enchey Monastery, Gangtok Ropeway, Namgyal Institute of Tibetology, etc.

Ravangla: Nestled between the Maenam and Tendong hills at a height of 7000 feet, Ravangla is a picturesque settlement offering stunning views of Sikkim's lush alpine valley and the snow-capped Himalayan Range. Situated around 68 kilometers away from the bustling town of Gangtok in South Sikkim, Ravangla has recently gained popularity as one of the most preferred tourist destinations in Sikkim.

Yumthang Valley: Situated at an elevation of 3,500 meters, this picturesque valley is adorned with a variety of exotic, rare, and wildflowers. Visitors often find themselves captivated by the valley's striking colors and captivating beauty that are indescribable in words. During the monsoon season, the entire valley blossoms to its fullest, showcasing the enchanting colors of nature at its best. Primroses, cobra-lilies, louseworts, and cinquefoils are among the many species commonly found in Yumthang Valley.

Namchi: Namchi is a popular town in South Sikkim full of surprises. Explore plenty of temples, monasteries, and most importantly, the largest statue of Guru Padmasambhava. Solophok Chardham, Serdup Choling Monastery, Maenam Wildlife Sanctuary, Samdruptse Hill, Tendong Hill, Doling Gompa, and Ngadak Monastery are some notable places to visit in Namchi.

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.

Chopta Valley: During holidaying in Sikkim, a visit to Chopta Valley is a must. This valley, particularly popular in the spring season, offers a spectacle like no other. The beauty is so extraordinary that you might feel as if the ground is slipping beneath your feet. And to make the scene even more enchanting, you'll be treated to awe-inspiring views of the snow-capped Himalayas. The splendid view of Kanchenjunga is a plus from Chopta Valley.

Kaluk: Kaluk, a charming village situated in West Bengal, sits at an elevation of 5600 feet near Gyalsing, the capital city of West Sikkim. It is positioned close to Gyalsing and lies 103 kilometers away from Gangtok and 35 kilometers away from Pelling. Tucked amidst the foothills of the Himalayas in the West Sikkim Mountains, Kaluk is renowned for its stunning scenery, attracting tourists seeking breathtaking views.

Yuksom: Yuksom, situated in the western parts of Sikkim, serves as the starting point for numerous captivating treks into the Himalayas and towards the majestic Kanchenjunga. Once the capital of Sikkim, this village is renowned for its unspoiled beauty and traditional charm. Referred to as the 'Meeting place of Three Lamas,' Yuksom is gradually gaining attention from tourists, offering pristine landscapes and untouched natural beauty. It is home to the oldest monastery in Sikkim, making it one of the most tranquil places to visit on the Sikkim Tour Package.

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 Himalayas along with the surreal Kanchenjunga Peak.

Tsomgo Lake: When you're in Sikkim Trip, make sure to include a visit to Tsomgo Lake, also known as Changu Lake, on your itinerary! Just 38 kilometers from Sikkim's capital, this lake sits at an impressive altitude of 12,400 feet, making it one of India's highest lakes. While the lake freezes over during the winter months, summer unveils its magical charm. During this season, the waters of Tsomgo Lake beautifully reflect the nearby peaks and the clear blue sky above, creating a mesmerizing sight to behold!

Lachung: Situated at an elevation of 2900 meters, Lachung is yet another tiny hamlet to visit with our North Sikkim Budget Tour Packages. The Century-old Lachung Monastery along with its serene ambience makes it worth visiting.

Nathula Pass: Once a vital part of the historic Silk Road, a trip to Nathu La is a must in any pocket-friendly Sikkim tour plan. This incredible pass, one of the highest motorable passes globally, stands tall at a towering height of 4,310 meters above sea level, linking Sikkim with Tibet. While the pass is accessible to Indians, obtaining permission from the tourism department is necessary. Unfortunately, foreign nationals will be disappointed to know that they are not permitted to visit Nathu La.

Singhik: Singhik is renowned as the finest viewpoint providing breathtaking vistas of Kanchenjunga and Siniolchu peaks. It stands as one of Sikkim's popular tourist attractions. Visitors can embark on a short trek here and relish the lush green surroundings while enjoying a bird's-eye view of the point where the stunning River Teesta and River Kanaka meet.

Gurudongmar Lake: Situated at a majestic altitude of 17,800 feet, this stunning attraction in Sikkim is renowned as one of the highest freshwater lakes globally, also referred to as Tso Lhsmo Lake. Regarded as a sacred site, legends tell of a portion of the lake that never freezes even during the harsh winters. According to tradition, this unfrozen section, blessed by Guru Padmasambhava, is considered holy by devotees. A well-planned Darjeeling Sikkim Tour package should always include this lake.

Activities to Do During the Sikkim Tour

There are plenty of things and activities you can do and enjoy while holidaying with our Sikkim Tour Packages. Some of the most popular ones 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.

Yak Ride: Changu Lake, also known as Tsomgo Lake, is a stunning tourist spot in Sikkim. Visitors have the opportunity to ride a Yak at the lake. Most of the visitors find it quite exciting to ride on a yak.

Take Bath in Hot Springs: Reshi, Borong, and Ralong hot water springs are renowned for their medicinal and therapeutic qualities, offering health benefits. Visitors can take a bath in these hot springs which will provide a soothing and relaxing experience.

Ropeway Ride: The Gondola Ride in Gangtok is an exhilarating experience that takes visitors high up in the air with the help of a cable car. This adventure activity is suitable for people of all ages and promises excitement for everyone. Sitting inside a cabin hanging from a rope, you'll be treated to breathtaking views of the entire valley from an elevated vantage point. It's a thrilling way to take in the beauty of the surroundings.

Sightseeing: Visit Sikkim's 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.

Helicopter Ride: A helicopter ride will take you up in the air, offering a mesmerizing panoramic view of the landscape. Don't miss the chance to get a bird's-eye view of the entire valley! With the river flowing below and the mountains seemingly within arm's reach, the view looks surely magnificent.

River Rafting: As the Teesta River flows through 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: Bicycle riding is one of the finest activities you can do during your Sikkim Tour. Drive through the hilly terrains of Sikkim; discover new, tranquil yet lively places.

Paragliding and hand gliding: Experience the breathtaking beauty of Sikkim while paragliding above the scenic town of Gangtok. One exciting activity you can try in Sikkim is Hang Gliding. Hang gliding is one such activity even if you've never tried it before; you can still enjoy the thrill with an experienced pilot guiding you.

Enjoying Festivals in Gangtok: India is known as the land of festivals, and Sikkim is no exception when it comes to celebrating them. Its capital city Gangtok comes alive with vibrant colors, attracting locals and tourists from around the globe to join in the festivities. During these celebrations, you can enjoy traditional music and will get to see the people adorned in colorful attire.

Transportation Options to Reach Sikkim

Sikkim boasts excellent connectivity with other states of India. It is conveniently accessible by road from nearby cities such as Siliguri, Darjeeling, Jalpaiguri, Bagdogra, and even Kolkata.

By Air: The nearest airport of Sikkim is Bagdogra which is approximately 125 km away from Gangtok. Direct flights from major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, and Kolkata are available. 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, located 125 km from the capital city of 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.

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Sikkim Tour Packages FAQs

To ensure your Sikkim holiday is hassle and worry-free, we've compiled a list of frequently asked questions and provided answers to each one. Now, you can immerse yourself in the beauty of the splendid Himalayan peaks, gushing rivers, picturesque villages, pristine lakes, captivating Buddhist monasteries, and lush meadows of Sikkim without any concerns. We've included everything you need to know before you book any of our Sikkim Holiday Packages for your friends and family.


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 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 at a cheap price from North Bengal Tourism.


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 from January to October. During these months, you can enjoy the snowfall and 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.


Sikkim is nicely connected with other states of India. It is easily accessible by roads from various other nearby cities like Siliguri, Darjeeling, Jalpaiguri, Bagdogra, etc. NJP is the most preferred railway station and Bagdogra is the most preferred airport to travel to Sikkim.


Sikkim is undoubtedly cheap to visit. North Bengal Tourism provides many Sikkim tour packages for couples and families at quite a pocket-friendly price.


Some of the most popular towns and villages to visit in Sikkim are Gangtok, Pelling, Ravangla, Namchi, Zuluk, Rinchenpong, and Yuksom.


With our customizable Sikkim Holiday Packages, see most of the amazing sightseeing places of Sikkim and create many 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 artwork.
  • Tsomogo Lake: Tsomogo Lake, also named 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 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 mountain peaks.
  • Do-Drul Chorten: The largest stupa in Sikkim, Do Drul Chorten, was constructed in 1945 under the guidance of Truslshi Rimpoche. It holds significant importance among all the religious sites in the state. Adorned with 108 Mani Lhakor prayer wheels, this stupa serves as an ideal spot to visit during Sikkim trip.
  • Phodong Monastery: Phodong Monastery is one of the six most significant monasteries in Sikkim, renowned for its architectural splendor despite being reconstructed several times even though first built in the early 18th century. Situated at an altitude of 4500 feet, the monastery offers breathtaking views of the picturesque peaks of the Himalayan ranges, as well as the surrounding valleys.
  • Jawaharlal Nehru Botanical Garden: Established in 1987, the Jawaharlal Nehru Botanical Garden is a visually stunning garden that has captivated visitors with its mesmerizing beauty. Maintained by Sikkim Government's Forest Department, this sprawling green space is a top tourist destination located along the route to Rumtek Monastery, approximately 22 kilometers from Gangtok.
  • 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, SopholokChardham is the prime attraction of Sikkim. You will be astonished to see a giant Shiva Statue on the top of the main temple.


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 of Tibetan origin, Thukpa is a noodle soup that 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.
  • ShaPhaley: ShaPhaley 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 pork fat stewed with radish and dry chilies, Phagshapa is yet another delicious food you can try while holidaying in Sikkim.


Most of the parts of Sikkim are worth visiting. However, North Sikkim and East Sikkim are the best parts to visit in this state.


Some of the most popular things to do during your Sikkim Tour are Trekking, Sightseeing, River Rafting, Yak Riding, Ropeway Ride, Bicycling, and Paragliding.


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


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


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 state people need a permit to visit them. You can opt for a permit from the Tourism and Civil Aviation Department of Sikkim.


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


All the parts of 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 tour packages, you can enjoy every part of Sikkim.


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


Sikkim is renowned for its rich biodiversity, breathtaking view of the Himalayas, scenic lakes, and monasteries. It is also home to Kangchenjunga, the highest peak in India and the third-highest peak on Earth.


English, Nepali, Sikkimese, and Lepcha are the languages spoken in Sikkim. Additionally, some people also speak Gurung, Limbu, Magar, Mukhia, Newari, Rai, Sherpa, and Tamang.

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