Sikkim Tour Packages

Tucked up in the Himalayas, Sikkim is a living example of the beauty and variety of nature. The state is commonly known as the “Brother” state, which, alongside the “Seven Sisters”(Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Assam, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Tripura), make up Northeast India. 

Travelers from all over the world are drawn to Sikkim because of its beautiful landscape and peaceful environment, which guarantee life-changing experiences. Sikkim tour packages provide access to this Himalayan wonderland, where beautiful views and peaceful hills await discovery around each corner.

Sikkim is not just a destination; it's a cultural sanctuary where tradition and modernity connect simply. The state's rich fabric of traditions and customs is made better by the many different cultures that call it home, such as the Lepcha, Bhutia, and Nepalese people. Through festivals, customs, and experiences with people, visitors may fully immerse themselves in these cultural clothes.

Sikkim's beautiful landscape attracts visitors despite its cultural attraction. The view is breathtaking, ranging from the snow-capped peaks of the Kanchenjunga range to lush valleys filled with orchids and rhododendrons. Every step offers a new aspect of its amazing beauty, whether you're hiking over rocky paths or just enjoying the peace of its little getaways.

Sikkim holiday tour packages respond to every traveller, offering a wide range of experiences ranging from adventure sports to meditation. There is something for everyone in this Himalayan paradise, whether it is hiking up steep peaks or practicing meditation in peaceful monasteries. Sikkim offers a welcome for you to go on an exciting and educational adventure because of its unmatched natural beauty, rich cultural diversity, and kind people.

Sikkim Travel Guide

Sikkim Family Vacations

Plan a memorable Sikkim family tour to witness a canvas painted with hues of spirituality, adventure, and sheer natural splendor. From the tranquil waters of Tsomgo Lake, where the mountains kiss the sky, to the quaint charm of Pelling, where time seems to stand still, every destination has a story to tell.

Our Sikkim family vacations package is designed to blend the thrill of exploration with the warmth of togetherness, offering an experience that caters to every member of the family.

Sikkim Trekking Packages

Looking for adrenaline rush through trekking the uncharted trails as a part of your Sikkim tour packages? Worry no more! 

We offer customized trekking options under our Sikkim travel guide to choose from. Traverse pristine trails, breathe in the crisp mountain air, and witness the majestic Himalayas up close. Whether you're a novice seeking a thrilling introduction to trekking or an experienced mountaineer craving new heights, our packages cater to every adventurer's dream. 

Sandakphu, Dzongri Trek, Goecha La Trek, Rhododendron Trek, Varsey Trek, Green Lake Trek, Kasturi Orar Round Trek, and more such adventurous treks await you.

Each of our Sikkim trekking packages is carefully curated to offer a unique adventure, catering to various difficulty levels and preferences. Whether you seek the challenge of high-altitude treks or the beauty of rhododendron-filled landscapes, these customized Sikkim tour packages ensure an unforgettable journey through some of the most scenic and culturally rich terrains in the Himalayas.

Sikkim Honeymoon Packages

Celebrate the union of hearts in the lap of the Himalayas with our curated Sikkim honeymoon packages. 

This is one our most inquired Sikkim tour packages since the state is quickly becoming one of the best recommended destinations for honeymoon in India . 

Designed for couples seeking a perfect blend of romance and adventure, these packages promise a journey where love blossoms amidst breathtaking landscapes, charming monasteries, and the serene beauty of Sikkim. 

From intimate moments in the shadow of Kanchenjunga to hand-in-hand walks through blooming rhododendron forests, let Sikkim be the canvas for your love story. Create memories that linger as timeless whispers in the mountains of the Eastern Himalayas.

Sikkim Cultural Tours

Sikkim has a rich cultural history filled with vibrant and colorful festivals, cuisines, religious beliefs, and much more. And that is why our comprehensive Sikkim tour packages offer a customized cultural tour of this majestic state in the north eastern part of India. 

Talking of its festivals, Sikkim offers a vibrant reflection of its multicultural society. From the grandeur of Losar, the Tibetan New Year, to the fervor of Dashain and Tihar, celebrated with great enthusiasm by the Nepalese community, you'll have the opportunity to witness and participate in these joyous celebrations during your Sikkim family vacations or Sikkim honeymoon packages. 

Add to these the divine and peaceful atmosphere of monasteries and temples, nestled amidst tall and fascinating Himalayas. 

Our Sikkim cultural tours are designed to offer an unforgettable experience that combines tradition, spirituality, and local life.

Best Places to Visit in Sikkim

Consider whether the scheduled trip options include the places you want to visit when selecting from the Sikkim Tour Packages that are available. Choosing the destinations of interest is always preferable to searching for appropriate Sikkim Holiday Packages. The following are a few of the top tourist destinations in Sikkim your trip:

Gangtok , the meaning of this name is “HILL-TOP.” Its one of the most well-known tourist destinations in Sikkim is  Gangtok City. As the state capital, it serves as a  popular base for the majority of Sikkim outings. Many Sikkim Vacation Packages include Gangtok, which is well-known for its beautiful scenery, and unspoiled elegance, to popular tourist destinations, huge marketplaces, exciting nightlife, and mouthwatering cuisine. It has an mystic mountain view of mount Kanchenjunga, the third highest mountain peak in the world. Visit our website to get fantastic discounts on Sikkim Family Packages that include Gangtok. 

Speciality: Tea, Tibetan handicrafts, and monasteries.

Nearby Places: Nathula Pass, Tsongmo Lake, and Yuksom.

Namchi , Another beautiful destination in Sikkim Holiday Packages is Namchi. The meaning this magical city is “TOP OF THE SKY.”The beautiful city of Namchi is located in the southern region of Sikkim and is well-known for its handicrafts, rich history, and stunning surroundings. Highlights include the world's biggest statue of Padmasambhava, popularly known as Guru Rinpoche, the patron saint of Sikkim, and a Buddhist monastery with panoramic views.

Speciality: Tea, Bird Watching, and flower nurseries.

Nearby Places: Rose Garden Solophok, Maenam Wildlife Sanctuary and Tendong

Zuluk , It is a small village in East Sikkim that has another beautiful and offbeat place that has a deep connection with the Silk Route. Situated at a higher altitude in Sikkim, this location offers breathtaking views of the snow-capped mountains and valleys. Among the main attractions of Zuluk are the views of Mt. Kanchenjunga, Nag Temple, and Thambi Viewpoint.

Speciality: Zig-Zag roads, freezing temperature and beautiful views.

Nearby Places: Luthung viewpoint, Sikkim Silk route, Buddha waterfalls.

Kanchenjunga National Park , One of the most popular tourist destinations in Sikkim is the Kanchenjunga National Park. This national park and biosphere reserve, which is frequently the main attraction of Sikkim trips and is included in many Sikkim vacation packages, was recognized as India's first "Mixed Heritage" site by UNESCO. It is named after the Kanchenjunga peak and covers 1784 square kilometers. It has a wide variety of fauna and flora, and visitors may enjoy enjoyable activities like hiking, wildlife photography, jeep safaris, and more. Seek vacation packages to Sikkim that include a visit to this amazing location. Hire a Sikkim travel guide for the trip to learn more about the local flora and animals.

Best Hill Stations in Sikkim

Sikkim nestled in the lap of the Himalayas, boasts some of the most beautiful hill station in India.

Pelling , Travellers who are en route to Yuksom, Dzongri, and other high-altitude sites in West Sikkim mainly use Pelling as a stop. Situated at 2,150 meters above sea level, this little hill village offers an excellent view of the Himalayas. Bathed in mountain vegetation, the area is still an excellent off-the-beaten-path destination that our expertly designed Sikkim vacation packages invite you to discover. You should include visits to the neighboring monasteries, such as Pemayangtse and Tashiding Monastery, on your Sikkim trip itinerary in addition to trekking and early morning views.

Specialist: Culture, Monasteries,and  Falls

Nearby Places: Yuksom, Rabdentse, and Tashiding Monastery

Lachen , a beautiful mountain town in Sikkim, is one of the most popular travel destinations. Over the years, many visitors have fallen in love with this hill town's natural beauty, which is surrounded by tall, wooded hills and far away, snow-covered empty mountains. Lachen remains relatively less crowded with tourists, which makes it one of the best tourist destinations in Sikkim for those seeking a peaceful vacation. With the Sikkim vacation packages from Kiomoi Travel, you may take in the beauty of Lachen and other popular tourist destinations in the state.

Speciality: Valleys, Monasteries

Nearby Places: Lachung Monastery, Yumthang Valley, Gurudongmar Lake

Lachung , is one of the best tourist places in Sikkim. Situated at an altitude of 2,900 meters, this charming hill station is a scene of flowing streams, beautiful orchards, fascinating snow-capped mountain peaks, crashing waterfalls, and more. It is easily involved in a short- or long-term Sikkim itinerary because it is easily accessible from Gangtok. The area is still less populated, and all year long, visitors of all stripes are drawn to its clean natural beauty. 

Speciality: Apple Orchards, Weather

Nearby Places: Mount Katao, Lachung Monastery, Bhim Nala Falls

Zero Point , Yumesamdong, also called Zero Point, is a high-altitude look in Sikkim, India, renowned for its snow-capped mountains, breathtaking views, and the meeting of three rivers.

Best Honeymoon Destination in Sikkim

Sikkim attracts newlyweds with its romantic charm and dreamy beauty. Nestled among beautiful valleys, snow-capped hills, and beautiful lakes is the ideal retreat for an unforgettable honeymoon. Let's explore the magical regions of Sikkim with Kiomoi Sikkim Honeymoon Packages, where dreams come true and love blooms.

Yuksom , which is only 40 kilometers away from Pelling by road, is a wonderful tourist spot for an unforgettable honeymoon in Sikkim. It is a location rich in historical significance and breathtaking natural beauty. Some of the most important Sikkim attractions, such as Khecheopalri Lake, Dubdi Monastery, Norbugang Coronation Throne, etc., are located in this charming town. Newlywed couples visiting Yuksom can spend hours exploring these places without getting bored. In Yuksom, couples may take part in a ton of exciting adventure activities. Thus, you might want to check out honeymoon-specific Sikkim travel packages that include Yuksom. 

Speciality: Heritage, Landscape, Views

Nearby Places: Dubdi Monastery, Kathok Lake, Kartok Lake

Yumthang Valley , Known as the "Valley of Flowers," Yumthang Valley is one of Sikkim's most beautiful tourist destinations. It is a well-known honeymoon destination in the state because of its breathtaking natural beauty and beautiful charm. One of the most breathtaking sights in Sikkim is the snowfall in Yumthang Valley. Some of this location's best features include the green grasslands, colorful orchids flower species, hot springs, etc. Use one of the honeymoon-specific Sikkim vacation packages to add excitement to your stay. 

Speciality: Valley of flowers

Nearby Places: Chungthang Valley, Thangu Valley, Gurudongmar Lake

Best Lake Views in Sikkim

Sikkim is home to several beautiful lakes, each of which offers a special mix of peace and beauty. Exploring the greatest lake views in Sikkim offers an amazing experience, with quiet surroundings that calm the spirit and crystal-clear waters that mirror the surrounding hills. Together, let's set out on a thrilling adventure to find these hidden treasures.

Tsomgo Lake , One of the greatest locations in Sikkim for beautiful landscapes and religious vacations is Tsomgo Lake. Situated at a height of 3753 meters, Changu Lake, as it is sometimes known, is a well-known location of cultural and religious significance for the local Bhutia people. A dynamic tourism experience may be had at Tsomgo Lake, depending on when you visit Sikkim. One of the most beautiful sights to witness in Sikkim is the lake's water turning visible when it freezes in the winter, giving the water a blue color in the summer. March through April is the ideal time of year to explore Tsomgo Lake in Sikkim. Consider looking for Sikkim holiday packages that include a visit to this lake.

Gurudongmau Lake ,  Among the sights in Sikkim that you really must see is the Gurudongmar Lake. Nestled 5,430 meters above sea level, the location is well-known for its breathtaking wide views. A graphical delight for the eyes is provided by the lake's crystal-clear blue water and the snow-covered peaks of Kanchenjunga and Mount Siniolchu in the distance. One of the most popular romantic tourist destinations in Sikkim for couples on their honeymoon is the Gurudongmar Lake. This well-known lake is included in the majority of Sikkim vacation packages. March through June is the ideal season to explore Gurudongmar Lake in Sikkim. You should think about hiring a Sikkim travel guide if you plan to hike to Gurudongmar Lake.

How to Reach to Sikkim

Sikkim's connectivity by air, road, and rail provides a comfortable trip for travellers, allowing them to add the Himalayan paradise's breathtaking beauty and rich history to their bucket list.

By Air: Bagdogra Airport, located in West Bengal, is the closest airport to Sikkim and has excellent connections with several important Indian cities, including Mumbai, Delhi, and Chennai. A beautiful road trip from Bagdogra leads to several locations around Sikkim.

By Road: Travelers coming by vehicle or bus may access Sikkim via well-kept road networks that offer magnificent itineraries. Beautiful views may be found along the national highways and mountain routes that connect Sikkim to its neighboring states.

By Rail: New Jalpaiguri (NJP) in Siliguri is the closest significant railway station to Sikkim. From NJP, tourists can take public transportation, private taxis, or shared taxis to go to their selected locations in Sikkim.

Things to do in Sikkim 

Your escape from the everyday chaos of your ordinary life is Sikkim. It calms your frayed nerves with its clean air, wooded valleys, and expansive views of snow-capped mountain peaks.

Some of the nation less travelled routes run through the state. The views of nearby woodlands and snow-covered surroundings wrap the paths here. The state landlocked between Tibet, Nepal, and Bhutan provides a variety of high-exciting sports in addition to well-known treks.

Helicopter Rides- Gangtok Valley

A bird’s eyes view of the entire valley is something you should not miss out on. The helicopter ride takes you up in the air to give you a mesmerizing view of the entire valley. With the river running below and mountains at a touching distance from your feet, Sikkim looks even more alluring from the sky.

Trek the Himalayan Trails

Sikkim is a trekker’s paradise with trails catering to all levels of expertise. As highlighted under our special Mountain Trekking you get to explore several thrilling treks with each trek with its unique adventure waiting to be explored.

Gondola Ride- Gangtok

Have you ever been in mid-air hanging from a rope? The Gondola Ride in Gangtok is going to take you up in the air and put you in a cable car. The cable car is one of the most exciting adventures activities that can be enjoyed by people of all ages.

You can sit in a cabin that is hanging from a rope and you can enjoy the view of the entire valley from that height.

Yak Ride- Changu Lake

Changu Lake, also known as Tsomgo Lake  is a pulchritudinous tourist destination. But apart from that it also offers one of the most offbeat experiences you can have in the state of Sikkim. At the lake, you get a chance to ride a Yak. Yes! A Yak, they are very peaceful animals and great for a safari around the lake.

Soak in Hot Springs

Relax and rejuvenate in Sikkim’s natural hot springs. Soaking in these therapeutic waters with your loved one during the Sikkim honeymoon packages while surrounded by picturesque landscapes is an experience like no other.

Attend Local Festivals

As a part of Sikkim cultural tour you can align your visit with a local festival, such as Losar (Tibetan New Year) or Dashain (Nepalese festival), don’t miss the opportunity to immerse yourself in the vibrant culture  of Sikkim.

Best time to visit in Sikkim

The ideal time to visit Sikkim depends mostly on your interests and desired experiences. Sikkim has several seasons, each with a certain beauty of its own.

Spring(March to May): Generally speaking, this is one of the greatest seasons to visit Sikkim (March to May). The scenery comes to life with blossoming flowers, particularly orchids, and the weather is nice. It's the perfect weather for outdoor activities like trekking, sightseeing, and enjoying the beautiful surroundings, with temperatures ranging from pleasant to somewhat cold.

Summer(June to August): Sikkim's monsoon season begins at this time, bringing with it a lot of rain in various areas of the state. Even though transportation might be difficult in the rain, it also highlights the breathtaking scenery, with covered hills and streaming waterfalls. But travel arrangements should be planned carefully during this time of year as landslides and blockages are common.

Autumn (September to November): This is another excellent time to visit Sikkim. Crisp air and clear skies are left behind as the monsoon moves away. The monsoon rains have left the area rich green, and the temperature is still comfortable. In Sikkim, autumn also brings with it a wide range of festivals and cultural events that offer guests an opportunity to explore.

Food to Enjoy in Sikkim 

Momos: A Sikkim culinary treasure, these dumplings are packed with flavours from the region. When cooked or steamed, these delicious pockets are filled with meat or veggies that will transport you to the Himalayas.

Sikkim Thukpa A popular warm meal with meat, veggies, and a hot broth is called thukpa. This delightful cupcake symbolizes the foodie beauty of this area.

Dal Bhat:A nutritious meal of beans and rice solves Sikkim's comfort food. It's become a benchmark showing how easy local meals can be while satisfying the stomach.

Dhindo: The key ingredient in this traditional Sikkimese cuisine is thick, heated wheat flour. Frequently combined with sides like pickles or greens, it creates a delicious blend.

Fagshapa: A dish made with a pig that embodies Sikkimese cooking. Its somewhat acidic flavour is complemented by the fiery but savoury flavour of lightly cooked radishes and dried chiles.

Sha Phaley: Sikkim takes a deeper approach to this filled bread, hiding a meat or vegetable interior under a crispy exterior. It's a textured and tasty dessert.

Favourite Stuff for Every  Travellers: Shopping

In addition to touring the region and enjoying cuisine, visitors adore shopping in Sikkim. Here is a list of some Sikkim shopping destinations and must-have items:

Teapots and cups made in Sikkim

While visiting Sikkim, you might want to consider buying some modest yet attractive indigenous goods like Sikkimese teapots and glasses. They come in difficult colours, are well-made, and frequently include eye-catching artwork. 

Where to purchase: MG One of the greatest locations in Sikkim to purchase Sikkimese teapots and glasses is Marg, Gangtok. Thus, think about including Gangtok in your schedule for Sikkim. 

Buddhist prayer flags

Buddhist prayer flags are among the most coveted items to purchase when on a trip to Sikkim. These vibrant flags are meant to spread compassion, strength, knowledge, and peace. They are embroidered with Buddhist mantras. These lovely Buddhist prayer flags may be hung anywhere you like, including on the handlebars of your bicycle, the windshield of your car, the front door of your house, and your store. Where to buy: When travelling to Sikkim, you may purchase Buddhist flags at roadside stands or gift shops all around the area.

Tibetan-style lamps

When shopping for home decor items during your trip to Sikkim, think about getting Tibetan-style lamps. They frequently have lovely pictures of flowers, dragons, or other creatures on them and are constructed of cardboard or coloured paper. They are inexpensive, but make sure you have the right equipment to transport them home.

Where to buy: For this product, you may go through the marketplaces and gift stores in Pelling and Gangtok. Therefore, be sure to include these places on your itinerary for Sikkim.

Interesting Fact about Sikkim

Sikkim is the second-smallest state in terms of land and the least populated state in India, which is an interesting fact about the state. Sikkim, a tiny state in northeast India, is well known for its amazing natural beauty, which includes mountains, rivers, and forests. With a wide mix of ethnic groups, including the native Lepcha, Bhutia, and Nepali populations, it is also well-known for its rich cultural legacy. Sikkim is a well-liked travel destination for travellers looking for adventure, peace, and spiritual development because of its unique mix of natural and cultural attractions.

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