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Package Overview

Sikkim, nestled in the majestic Himalayas, holds a sacred place in Hinduism and Buddhist traditions. It's renowned for its spiritual ambience and breathtaking landscapes.

Sikkim hosts various festivals and rituals throughout the year, celebrating its diverse religious and cultural tapestry. The vibrant ambience during festivals adds to the spiritual allure of the region.

One of the prominent attractions is the Rumtek Monastery, a significant Buddhist pilgrimage site. It's renowned for its ancient artifacts, intricate architecture, and serene ambience, offering a sanctuary for meditation and introspection.

Other notable sites include the Enchey Monastery, Pemayangtse Monastery, and Tashiding Monastery, each contributing to Sikkim's spiritual essence and cultural vibrancy. Visitors often find themselves immersed in the tranquility and serenity of these sacred places.


  1. Mesmerizing Sunrise at Tiger Hill: Witness the breathtaking spectacle of the sunrise over the Himalayas from Tiger Hill, offering panoramic views of Mount Everest and Kanchenjunga.

  2. Toy Train Joyride: Embark on a charming journey aboard the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, also known as the “Toy Train,” as it chugs through picturesque landscapes and quaint hillside villages.

  3. Explore Darjeeling Tea Estates: Delve into the rich history and culture of tea production with visits to iconic tea estates such as Happy Valley Tea Estate, where you can learn about the tea-making process and sample exquisite Darjeeling tea.

  4. Peaceful Retreat at Peace Pagoda: Find serenity at the Japanese Peace Pagoda, a symbol of peace and harmony nestled amidst lush greenery, offering stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.

  5. Charming Darjeeling Mall Road: Stroll along the vibrant Mall Road, lined with bustling markets, charming cafes, and colonial-era architecture, offering a perfect blend of shopping, dining, and leisure.

  6. Visit the Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park: Encounter rare and endangered Himalayan wildlife, including the elusive snow leopard and the cuddly red panda, at one of the highest altitude zoos in the world.

  7. Excursion to Mirik Lake: Escape to the scenic hill town of Mirik and enjoy boating on the tranquil waters of Mirik Lake, surrounded by lush tea gardens and majestic Himalayan peaks.

Duration : 3 Night & 4 Days

Places to Visit : Darjeeling





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● Pickup and drop.
● Complete sightseeing by a Private non AC Vehicle
● All Taxes, Tolls, Parkings & Driver Expense.
● Breakfast & Dinner included.
● Stay at 3 Star Hotels.


● Any private expenses, room service charges.
● Any Temple entry charge.
● Anything which is not mentioned in the inclusions

  • Meet & Greet on arrival at NJP Railway Station / IXB Airport & transfer to Darjeeling (6,950 ft.). On arrival Check-in to hotel & rest of the day at leisure. Overnight stay at Darjeeling.
  • Early morning (4:00 AM) visit Tiger Hill (Subject to availability of Permit / Token) back to hotel. After breakfast start at 8.30 AM visit Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, P.N. Zoological Park, Tenzing Rock, Ropeway, Tibetan Refugee self-help Centre, Tea Garden (outer view), Japanese Temple, Ghoom Monastery, Batasia loop. Evening free for shopping or leisure. Overnight stay at Darjeeling.
  • After breakfast full day excursion trip to Mirik Lake (4,902 ft.) via Indo-Nepal Border (Extra vehicle charges will be applicable for Nepal Border to Pasupati Market). Mirik is famous for its man-made Sumendu Lake, Cardamom plantations and Tea Estates. (One can do Boating on direct payment basis in lake). In evening return to the hotel. Overnight stay at Darjeeling.
  • After breakfast Check-out from hotel and take the departure transfers to NJP Railway Station / IXB Airport for your onward journey.

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Sikkim Tour Package




Sikkim, India



Sikkim, India



Sikkim, India



Sikkim, India

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

The best time to visit Sikkim is during the spring and autumn months, from March to May and September to November respectively, when the weather is pleasant, and the skies are generally clear.

Indian nationals need an Inner Line Permit (ILP) to visit North Sikkim and Nathula Pass (Indo-China Border). Foreign nationals require a Protected Area Permit (PAP) or Restricted Area Permit (RAP) to visit Sikkim, which can be obtained through TourTripX Travel Solutions Private Limited.

The nearest airport to Sikkim is Bagdogra Airport (IXB) near Siliguri, West Bengal. From there, We are available to take you to Sikkim. The nearest major railway station is New Jalpaiguri (NJP), from where you can continue your journey.

Popular tourist attractions in Sikkim include Tsomgo Lake, Nathula Pass, Gurudongmar Lake, Yumthang Valley, Rumtek Monastery, Pelling, Gangtok, Ravangla, and the capital city of Gangtok.

Sikkim offers various adventure activities such as trekking (Goecha La, Dzongri Trek), river rafting in Teesta River but now has been stopped at the time but begin soon , paragliding in Gangtok and Sikkim's West District, mountain biking, yak safari, and cable car rides.

Pack warm clothes, especially if visiting in winter. Also, carry comfortable trekking shoes, sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, insect repellent, a raincoat or umbrella, and any required medications. Don't forget to carry your valid identification documents (Voter ID/Driving License/Passport along with Passport size Photograph for permits. Aadhaar card is not valid in Sikkim as a ID Proof.

Sikkim is generally considered safe for tourists. However, it's advisable to exercise normal precautions and respect local customs and traditions. Stay informed about weather conditions and any travel advisories.

Sikkimese cuisine is influenced by Nepali, Tibetan, and Bhutanese flavors. Some popular dishes include momos (dumplings), thukpa (noodle soup), gundruk (fermented leafy greens), phagshapa (pork cooked with radishes), and sel roti (traditional rice donut).

While Sikkim experiences heavy rainfall during the monsoon season (June to August), it's still possible to visit. However, landslides and road closures are common during this time, so it's essential to check weather and road conditions before planning your trip.

Yes, Sikkim is known for its eco-friendly initiatives and sustainable tourism practices. The state promotes responsible tourism and has several eco-friendly accommodations, organic farms, and nature reserves aimed at preserving the environment and promoting sustainable development.

No, Plastic items is strictly prohibited in North Sikkim. As part of our commitment to preserving the pristine beauty of this region and minimizing environmental impact, we kindly request visitors to refrain from bringing or using plastic bags, bottles, containers, or any other disposable plastic products during their stay. Your cooperation in adhering to this policy is greatly appreciated as we strive to maintain the ecological integrity of North Sikkim for future generations to enjoy.