Sikkim Trek Packages

Sikkim Trek Package

Abandon fear and embrace thrill and adventure with the best of Sikkim Trekking Packages by Shrine Yatra. We have come up with easy treks in Sikkim, which are perfect for amateurs. For those who are interested in a short 1 day trek in Gangtok, we have designed private tours and offer the best trek itinerary for easy treks in Sikkim. You can go for a day trek in Yuksom and visit monasteries like Hongri Gumpa and Silnon Gumpa. Short treks in Sikkim are also available such as a hike to Barsey Rhododendron Sanctuary and a day hike to Maenam Wildlife Park. You can see Red Pandas and other wildlife, small hamlets, and trek through river valleys and Rhododendron forests. The Tinjurey day trek is similar, and you can explore the wildlife of Fhambong Lho Wild Life Sanctuary.

Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek is for professional trekkers and is more challenging. This is a trek of approximately 15-17 days and even lasts 20 days. In this Sikkim Kanchenjunga Trek, you will be doing camping, visit Tibetan villages and monasteries, bird watching, wildlife, stargazing, etc. You will come close to lofty Himalayan mountain peaks like Sandakphu Peak, Kanchendzonga Peak, Mount Everest. On the way, ou will pass through the luxuriant Kanchenjunga Biosphere Reserve where you can spot the very rare Clouded Leopard, Tibetan Wolf, Flying Squirrel, and many other animals and birds. Our Sikkim Green Lake Trek is equally thrilling. You will view all the five Kanchenjunga peaks at once, and pass through unexplored parts of the Sikkim Himalayas. Both the above treks are high-altitude treks and will require top physical fitness and mountaineering equipment.

Sikkim Trekking Packages

Shrine Yatra also brings you all the moderate difficulty level treks like Goecha La Trek, Phalut Trek, Sandakphu Trek, Dzongri Trek. Trekkers often prefer these treks as they are relatively shorter than the longer treks. But the challenge of traversing high-altitude mountain passes, crossing high ridges, climbing steep mountain cliffs is still there as well.

In all Shrine Yatra Sikkim Trekking Tour Packages, we ensure that you will get the maximum thrill and find trekking in Sikkim to be an adrenaline-pumping experience. We have planned trekking itineraries and offer the best porters, cooks, and trekking guides. No matter which Sikkim trekking places you visit, they are there with you at every step. Worried about what trekking in Sikkim costs? Leave that to us, as we offer the best Sikkim Adventure Treks at unbeatable rates. Our best-selling treks will give you an unforgettable mountain climbing experience in Sikkim. We can customize our Sikkim trek itinerary to suit your preferences and make it as smooth as you want. Whether you want to visit Sikkim for one-day treks, two-day treks, or even longer, we make all the arrangements for you. After all, trekking and hiking are the best adventure activities to do in Sikkim.

Frequently Asked Questions

A. Summer months (April to June) and Winter months (October to March) are the best two seasons to trek in Sikkim. During monsoons, there are landslides and heavy rain. It is not advisable to go trekking in this season.
A. Trekking and mountain climbing equipment are required in many treks in Sikkim. We usually provide such trekking equipment on request.
A. The weather generally is cold in Sikkim. On treks, it can get very cold due to high elevation. Even in summer, it can get cold on high slopes and high-altitude mountain passes. During winter, temperatures can drop suddenly in high altitudes.
A. We strongly advise you to remain at the peak of physical fitness when you are trekking in Sikkim. On many treks, you will have to climb steep mountain slopes, and you will have to tread on glaciers and walk long distances, which needs you to remain physically fit throughout.
A. You will get flights up to Bagdogra International Airport in Siliguri. You can reach Gangtok by road from the airport, which is 5 hours journey. You can catch many express trains to Jalpaiguri and Siliguri railway stations. You will get easy transport to Gangtok.
A. Inner Line Permit is required for foreign nationals who want to trek in Sikkim. Indians will require Pan Card, Aadhar Card, Voter ID, and any other identification documents for trekking in Sikkim.
A. Yes. Our website lists all the treks that are popular in Sikkim. Still, if you feel that you want to customize your trek, talk to our travel experts and we can readjust our itinerary to include the places that you want to visit.