West Sikkim Tour Packages from NJP/Siliguri
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All About West Sikkim Tour
West Sikkim is a district located in the Indian state of Sikkim. It is one of the four districts in Sikkim and its headquarters is in the town of Gyalshing. West Sikkim is bordered by Nepal to the west, Bhutan to the east, and the districts of West Sikkim and South Sikkim to the north and south respectively. The district is known for its beautiful landscapes, including high mountains, dense forests, and waterfalls.
The major tourist destinations in West Sikkim include Pelling, Yuksom, Rinchenpong, and Soreng. Pelling is a popular hill station known for its panoramic views of the Himalayas and the Kanchenjunga mountain range. Yuksom is a historical town that served as the first capital of Sikkim and is home to several ancient monasteries and temples. Rinchenpong is a small town surrounded by forests and hills, while Soreng is known for its orange orchards and tea gardens.
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WEST SIKKIM TOUR PACKAGE COST
Our West Sikkim tour package cost is 100% reliable and user-friendly as it starts with only Rs. 9,500 per person, and at this rate, we provide you deluxe rooms, standard vehicles, and other amenities according to your convenience. We also provide the best competive West Sikkim package tour cost as offer by other service providers.
|WEST SIKKIM TOUR||2N/3D||DELUXE||Rs. 8,500/-|
|WEST SIKKIM TOUR||4N/5D||DELUXE||Rs. 15,500/-|
|WEST SIKKIM TRIP||5N/6D||DELUXE||Rs. 12,500/-|
|WEST SIKKIM TROU||5N/6D||DELUXE||Rs. 11,200/-|
|West Sikkim Tour With Gangtok+Pelling+Darjeeling||10N/11D||DELUXE||Rs, 20,800/-|
DAY WISE WEST SIKKIM TOUR PLAN
According to our knowledgeable and well-experienced West Sikkim Tour planner, we have prepared this flexible West Sikkim tour itinerary for your 7 night 8 days West Sikkim journey.
The first day of your exciting voyage will begin after we meet and greet each other at Siliguri/NJP station or Bagdogra airport [IXB]. Then we'll move ahead to travel from Bagdogra to Kaluk/Rinchenpong is by road. You can hire a taxi or a private car from Bagdogra airport, or you can take a shared taxi or bus from Siliguri, which is a major town located about 15 km from Bagdogra airport.
The road journey from Bagdogra to Kaluk/Rinchenpong takes around 4-5 hours, depending on the traffic and road conditions. The route passes through scenic countryside and offers stunning views of the Himalayas.
On this day of your journey, you'll get to know the place better in your West Sikkim Trip from Siliguri.
At night after having a lip-smacking dinner, you'll cuddle up to your bed and wait for the next day's sun to rise.
The second day's sun will cheer you for a new exhilarating journey!
After having a delicious breakfast at your hotel, we'll move toward one of the most exciting parts of your West Sikkim tour Summer Packages, the Uttaray Tour.
The distance between Rinchenpong and Uttaray is approximately 22 km, and the best way to travel between the two places is by road.
You can hire a taxi or a private car from Rinchenpong to Uttaray. The journey takes around 1-1.5 hours, depending on the road conditions and traffic.
The route passes through beautiful countryside, offering scenic views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. As you travel from Rinchenpong to Uttaray, you will pass through several small villages and towns, each with its own unique charm.
It is advisable to check the weather and road conditions before starting your journey, as the roads in the region can be challenging during the monsoon season.
Uttaray is a beautiful destination in West Sikkim, known for its tea gardens, natural beauty, and cultural heritage. It is also a popular starting point for treks to places like Hilley and Varsey, which offer stunning views of the Himalayas and the Kanchenjunga range.
Subsequently, after visiting the incredible spots you'll be provided with a tasty lunch , a glorious village of West Sikkim.
Here, you'll stay overnight and have your flavorful dinner at our arranged deluxe hotel at Uttaray.
After waking up at your deluxe hotel in the early morning, you'll have a tasty breakfast and proceed to Pelling in West Sikkim.
Pelling is a popular tourist destination in West Sikkim, known for its natural beauty, cultural heritage, and adventure activities. Some of the popular tourist attractions in Pelling include the Pemayangtse Monastery, the Khecheopalri Lake, and the Rabdentse Ruins.
It is recommended to book a taxi or a private car in advance to avoid any inconvenience, especially during peak tourist season. Also, it is advisable to check the weather and road conditions before starting your journey, as the roads in the region can be challenging during the monsoon season.
Pelling is a beautiful tourist destination in West Sikkim, offering stunning views of the Himalayan range and lush green valleys. Here are some popular sightseeing places you can visit in Pelling:
Pemayangtse Monastery: The Pemayangtse Monastery is one of the oldest and most famous monasteries in Sikkim. It is known for its beautiful architecture and collection of ancient Buddhist artifacts.
Khecheopalri Lake: The Khecheopalri Lake is considered to be one of the sacred lakes in Sikkim. It is surrounded by dense forests and offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains.
Rabdentse Ruins: The Rabdentse Ruins is a historical site located near Pelling. It was once the capital of the Kingdom of Sikkim and is now a popular tourist attraction known for its ancient ruins and beautiful views.
Sangachoeling Monastery: The Sangachoeling Monastery is another popular Buddhist monastery located in Pelling. It is known for its beautiful architecture and panoramic views of the surrounding mountains.
Changey Waterfall: The Changey Waterfall is a beautiful waterfall located near Pelling. It is a popular spot for picnics and offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains.
Sewaro Rock Garden: The Sewaro Rock Garden is a beautiful garden located near Pelling. It is known for its beautiful rock formations, waterfalls, and colorful flowers.
Singshore Bridge: The Singshore Bridge is one of the highest suspension bridges in Asia, located near Pelling. It offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.
These are just a few of the many places you can visit in Pelling. It is recommended to plan your itinerary in advance and check the weather and road conditions before starting your journey.
Warm morning tea will welcome you into a new astonishing journey next morning!
The distance between Pelling and Yuksom is approximately 35 km, and the best way to travel between the two places is by road.
You can hire a taxi or a private car from Pelling to Yuksom, which takes around 1.5-2 hours, depending on the road conditions and traffic. The route passes through beautiful countryside and offers scenic views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.
As you travel from Pelling to Yuksom, you will pass through several small towns and villages, each with its own unique charm. The road also passes through the famous Khecheopalri Lake, which is considered to be one of the sacred lakes in Sikkim.
Yuksom is a popular tourist destination in West Sikkim, known for its natural beauty, cultural heritage, and adventure activities. Some of the popular tourist attractions in Yuksom include the Dubdi Monastery, the Norbugang Park, and the Khangchendzonga National Park.
Yuksom is a beautiful and serene town located in West Sikkim, known for its natural beauty, cultural heritage, and adventure activities. Here are some popular sightseeing places you can visit in Yuksom:
Dubdi Monastery: The Dubdi Monastery is one of the oldest and most important monasteries in Sikkim. It was built in 1701 and is known for its beautiful architecture and ancient Buddhist artifacts.
Norbugang Park: The Norbugang Park is a beautiful park located near the Dubdi Monastery. It is known for its beautiful gardens, statues, and stunning views of the surrounding mountains.
Khangchendzonga National Park: The Khangchendzonga National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located near Yuksom. It is known for its stunning natural beauty, diverse wildlife, and beautiful trekking trails.
Tashiding Monastery: The Tashiding Monastery is another important Buddhist monastery located near Yuksom. It is known for its beautiful architecture and collection of ancient Buddhist artifacts.
Khecheopalri Lake: The Khecheopalri Lake is considered to be one of the sacred lakes in Sikkim. It is located near Yuksom and is surrounded by dense forests and offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains.
Yuksom Hilltop: Yuksom Hilltop is a popular viewpoint in Yuksom that offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. It is a popular spot for photography and picnics.
Coronation Throne: The Coronation Throne is a historical site located near Yuksom. It was used in the past for the coronation of the first Chogyal (King) of Sikkim and is now a popular tourist attraction.
These are just a few of the many places you can visit in Yuksom. It is recommended to plan your itinerary in advance and check the weather and road conditions before starting your journey.
Next morning after having a flavourful breakfast you'll transfer to Ravangla, which will include the following places in your West Sikkim Trip:
The distance between Yuksom and Ravangla is approximately 36 km, and the best way to travel between the two places is by road.
You can hire a taxi or a private car from Yuksom to Ravangla, which takes around 1.5-2 hours, depending on the road conditions and traffic. The route passes through beautiful countryside and offers scenic views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.
As you travel from Yuksom to Ravangla, you will pass through several small towns and villages, each with its own unique charm. The road also passes through the famous Tashiding Monastery, which is considered to be one of the most important Buddhist monasteries in Sikkim.
Ravangla is a popular tourist destination in South Sikkim, known for its natural beauty, cultural heritage, and adventure activities. Some of the popular tourist attractions in Ravangla include the Buddha Park, the Ralang Monastery, and the Tumlong Monastery.
It is recommended to book a taxi or a private car in advance to avoid any inconvenience, especially during peak tourist season. Also, it is advisable to check the weather and road conditions before starting your journey, as the roads in the region can be challenging during the monsoon season.
Ravangla is a beautiful and serene town located in South Sikkim, known for its natural beauty, cultural heritage, and adventure activities. Here are some popular sightseeing places you can visit in Ravangla:
Buddha Park: The Buddha Park, also known as Tathagata Tsal, is a beautiful park located near Ravangla. It is known for its beautiful gardens, statues, and stunning views of the surrounding mountains.
Ralang Monastery: The Ralang Monastery is a beautiful Buddhist monastery located near Ravangla. It is known for its beautiful architecture and collection of ancient Buddhist artifacts.
Tumlong Monastery: The Tumlong Monastery is another important Buddhist monastery located near Ravangla. It is known for its beautiful architecture and collection of ancient Buddhist artifacts.
Rayong Sunrise View Point: The Rayong Sunrise View Point is a popular viewpoint in Ravangla that offers stunning views of the sunrise over the surrounding mountains.
Menam Hill: Menam Hill is a popular trekking destination located near Ravangla. It offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.
Borong Hot Springs: The Borong Hot Springs is a popular tourist attraction located near Ravangla. It is known for its natural hot springs and beautiful natural surroundings.
Kewzing Village: Kewzing Village is a beautiful village located near Ravangla. It is known for its traditional houses, beautiful gardens, and stunning views of the surrounding mountains.
These are just a few of the many places you can visit in Ravangla. It is recommended to plan your itinerary in advance and check the weather and road conditions before starting your journey.
This will be your last day of glimpsing the bright days of Sikkim!
In the morning after breakfast, you can shop at the mall for some time. Later on, we'll say our final goodbyes with a heavy heart after checking out from the hotel. Thereupon, you'll move forwards to NJP / Bagdogra by private car for your return journey.
This West Sikkim tour packages from NJP/Siligurijourney will give you unforgettable memories that you'll cherish forever!
PERMITS REQUIREMENTS TO VISIT WEST SIKKIM
Before your West Sikkim Tour Package Booking, here is the detailed information about our West Sikkim Tour Packages:
Pickup & Drop Location: In our customised West Sikkim tour from NJP we'll pick and drop you at the following locations in our private vehicles→
● Bagdogra Airport [IXB] ● NJP [New Jalpaiguri Station Permits Requirements for West Sikkim Tour from NJP/Siliguri/Bagdogra
permits are required for foreign nationals and domestic tourists to visit West Sikkim, as it is a protected area under the Inner Line Permit (ILP) system. The ILP is a travel document issued by the Government of Sikkim that allows travelers to visit certain protected areas in the state.
To obtain the ILP for West Sikkim, you can apply online through the Sikkim ILP website or in person at designated offices in Sikkim, including Gangtok and Siliguri. The ILP is valid for up to 15 days and can be extended for an additional 15 days.
In addition to the ILP, foreign nationals are also required to obtain a Restricted Area Permit (RAP) to visit certain areas of West Sikkim, such as the Khangchendzonga National Park. The RAP can be obtained from the Ministry of Home Affairs in New Delhi or from Indian missions abroad.
Domestic tourists from other parts of India do not require the RAP, but they still need to obtain the ILP to visit West Sikkim.
It is important to note that the ILP and RAP are subject to change, and it is recommended to check with the local authorities or a travel agent for the latest requirements before planning a trip to West Sikkim.
WEST SIKKIM TOUR PACKAGE FROM NJP INCLUSION:
- → Best Accommodation
- → Prior Meals ( Breakfast & Dinner)
- → Private vehicles for transfer and sightseeing tours
- → 24/7 Support Guide from Sikkim Expert
- → G.S.T.
WEST SIKKIM TRIP FROM NJP EXCLUSION:
- → Excluded things from the inclusion section are applicable
- → Entry fee for Museum, Monuments & others
- → Parking, Toll Tax, Permits,
- → Any extra service consumed by the guest. (payable directly)
BEST TIME TO TRAVL WEST SIKKIM?The best time to visit West Sikkim is during the months of March to May and September to November. During these months, the weather is pleasant and the skies are clear, offering breathtaking views of the mountains and the natural beauty of the region.
The months of March to May mark the beginning of the tourist season in West Sikkim. During this time, the weather is mild with temperatures ranging between 10°C to 25°C. The skies are clear, and there is less chance of rainfall, making it an ideal time for sightseeing, trekking, and other outdoor activities.
Similarly, the months of September to November are also a great time to visit West Sikkim. The monsoon season ends by August, and the weather starts to clear up. The skies remain clear, and the temperatures start to drop, making it a perfect time for trekking and exploring the outdoors. The months of October and November are particularly beautiful, with the autumn foliage adding a touch of magic to the already stunning landscapes.
However, it is important to note that West Sikkim can receive occasional rainfall even during these months, so it is advisable to carry appropriate clothing and gear to stay dry and comfortable. Additionally, it is recommended to avoid visiting West Sikkim during the winter months (December to February) as the weather can be harsh, and the roads can be slippery and dangerous due to snow and ice.
WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT West Sikkim WITH TOURIST HUB INDIA?
More than words, we let our service speak for us. As a top most West Sikkim Tour Operator from Kolakta, we have provided our esteemed clienteles an unmatched and the West Sikkim tour plan with cost and customized cheapest West Sikkim tour packages from NJP. We believe in the utmost customer satisfaction and that is why we have different flexible and tailors made West Sikkim Tour from Siliguri and an easy online booking system for Siliguri to West Sikkim trip. As we are a Trusted West Sikkim Travel agency in Kolkata "Safety and Comfort" is the foundation of Tourist Hub India which has helped us two thrive in this competitive travel business. We have successfully completed lots of tours and have many happy guests since last five years. As a part of our amazing West Sikkim tour 7 nights 8 days packages, we provide :
- → The best accommodation facilities.
- → Delicious healthy breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
- → Complete tour management
- → Custom Sightseeing and Explore amazing places
- → 100% pocket friendly West Sikkim trip cost
- → Experience Travel Agents for support
- → Doctor On Call on Trip
- → 100% Safety & Security
- → 24hours Power Backup
- → Best Sunderban tour itinerary
- → AC/NON AC comfortable transportation, entertainment and celebration
- → 100% Covid Safety Guideline followed by Team
THINGS TO DO IN THE West Sikkim PACKAGE TOUR FROM SILIGURI/NJP/NJP IN SUMMER
- → You must travel with a local guide who has full knowledge about the state and local regions.
- → You must follow the designated paths for trekking and conserve the local herbage
- → You must take PAP (Protected Area Permits) for visiting inhabited areas in your West Sikkim Travel.
- → You must keep your identity card handy with photocopies.
- → You must keep streams and lakes clean and pollution free.
- → You must honour the local culture, and dress modestly during visiting the monastery.
- → You must obey the rules of photography precisely.
- → You must try local delicacies like Thukpa, a Tibetan noodle soup.
- → You must carry little camphor during the Gurudongmar Lake tour for not to have breathing difficulties.
- → You must hold up a thermoflux container for warm water, tea or coffee.
PLACES TO VISIT IN WEST SIKKIM TOUR PACKAGES FROM SILIGURI/NJP/NJP
We have included all the exclusive corners of West Sikkim that will make your worth it in this West Sikkim trip plan. Some of the West Sikkim tourist spots that we have included in our West Sikkim package tour from NJP/Siliguri are as follows.
West Sikkim is a beautiful district in the Indian state of Sikkim, known for its picturesque landscapes, historical sites, and vibrant culture. Here are some of the top places to visit in West Sikkim:
→Pelling: Pelling is a popular hill station and tourist destination in West Sikkim, offering breathtaking views of the Kanchenjunga range. The town is home to several monasteries, including Pemayangtse Monastery and Sangachoeling Monastery.
→Yuksom: Yuksom is a historical town in West Sikkim that served as the first capital of Sikkim. It is home to several ancient monasteries and temples, including Dubdi Monastery and Norbugang Chorten.
→Uttarey: Uttarey is a small village located at an altitude of 2,133 meters above sea level. It is known for its stunning views of the Kanchenjunga mountain range and is a popular destination for trekking and camping.
→Kaluk: Kaluk is a small village located at an altitude of 1,240 meters above sea level. It is known for its stunning views of the Kanchenjunga mountain range and is a popular destination for trekking and camping.
→Borong is a small village located in the southwestern part of Sikkim, India. It is located at an altitude of 5,800 feet above sea level and is surrounded by stunning natural beauty. Borong is known for its beautiful landscape, serene atmosphere, and diverse flora and fauna.
One of the main attractions of Borong is the Borong hot spring, which is located at the base of a hill and is believed to have medicinal properties. The hot spring is surrounded by lush greenery and is a popular destination for relaxation and rejuvenation.
→Rinchenpong: Rinchenpong is a small town located at an altitude of 1,655 meters above sea level. It is known for its stunning views of the Himalayas and is a popular destination for trekking and birdwatching.
→Tashiding Monastery: Tashiding Monastery is one of the most important and ancient monasteries in Sikkim. The monastery is known for its sacred chorten, which is said to contain relics of Buddha.
→Khecheopalri Lake: Khecheopalri Lake is a sacred lake in West Sikkim, known for its crystal-clear waters and serene surroundings. It is believed to be a wish-fulfilling lake and is considered holy by both Hindus and Buddhists.
→Rabdentse Ruins: Rabdentse Ruins is a historical site in West Sikkim that served as the second capital of Sikkim. The ruins of the palace and fort offer a glimpse into the rich history of the region.
→Rimbi Falls: Rimbi Falls is a beautiful waterfall located near Pelling. It is a popular picnic spot and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding hills and forests.
→Singshore Bridge: Singshore Bridge is the highest bridge in Sikkim and offers stunning views of the hills and valleys below. It is located near Pelling and is a popular spot for adventure activities like bungee jumping and rappelling.
→Kanchenjunga Falls: Kanchenjunga Falls is a beautiful waterfall located near Yuksom. It is named after the Kanchenjunga mountain range and is a popular spot for photography and sightseeing.
These are just a few of the many beautiful places to visit in West Sikkim. The district is known for its natural beauty, rich culture, and historical significance, making it a must-visit destination in Sikkim.
TRAVEL TIPS FOR West Sikkim TOUR
Here are some travel tips for visiting West Sikkim:
Plan your itinerary in advance: West Sikkim has several tourist attractions, and it's important to plan your itinerary in advance to ensure that you cover all the places you want to visit. You can consult with a local travel agent or do some research online to create a customized itinerary that suits your preferences.
Pack appropriate clothing and gear: West Sikkim can get chilly, especially during the winter months, so it's important to pack warm clothing and appropriate gear like hiking boots, rain jackets, and sunscreen. It's also a good idea to pack some snacks and water bottles for long journeys.
Respect the local culture: Sikkim is a culturally rich state, and it's important to respect the local customs and traditions. When visiting monasteries or temples, dress modestly, remove your shoes before entering, and refrain from taking photographs of the religious artifacts.
Hire a local guide: Hiring a local guide can be a great way to explore West Sikkim and learn more about the local culture and history. Local guides can also help you navigate the terrain and suggest off-the-beaten-path destinations.
Be mindful of altitude sickness: Some parts of West Sikkim are located at high altitudes, and altitude sickness can be a concern for some travelers. It's important to stay hydrated, avoid alcohol and smoking, and take regular breaks to acclimate to the altitude.
Practice responsible tourism: West Sikkim is a fragile ecosystem, and it's important to practice responsible tourism by minimizing your impact on the environment. Avoid littering, respect wildlife, and choose eco-friendly accommodations and transportation options.
By following these travel tips, you can have a safe and enjoyable trip to West Sikkim while also respecting the local culture and environment.
WHAT ARE THINGS TO AVOID IN WEST SIKKIM TOUR PACKAGES FROM NJP/SILIGURI?
While West Sikkim is a safe and welcoming destination for travelers, there are a few things to avoid to ensure a pleasant and hassle-free trip:
Avoid traveling during monsoon season: The monsoon season in Sikkim can cause landslides, roadblocks, and other travel disruptions. It's best to avoid traveling during this time, which typically lasts from June to September.
Don't disregard local customs and traditions: Sikkim is a culturally rich state with its own set of customs and traditions. It's important to respect these traditions, dress modestly when visiting monasteries and temples, and behave appropriately in public spaces.
Avoid drinking tap water: It's advisable to drink bottled water or carry a water filter while traveling in West Sikkim, as tap water may not be safe for consumption.
Don't litter: West Sikkim is a beautiful and pristine destination, and it's important to keep it that way. Avoid littering and dispose of your trash responsibly.
Don't ignore safety precautions: While West Sikkim is generally a safe destination, it's important to take safety precautions like avoiding isolated areas, carrying a first-aid kit, and keeping important documents and valuables in a safe place.
By avoiding these things and being mindful of local customs and safety precautions, you can ensure a safe and enjoyable trip to West Sikkim.
DISTANCES BETWEEN PLACES TO NOTE FOR THE West Sikkim TOUR
|From||To||Road Distance||Tentative Time|
|NJP||Gangtok||118.1 KM||3 hrs 54 min|
|Chungthang||Lachen||26.2 KM||1 hrs 3 min|
|Bagdogra||Gangtok||122.2 kM||3 hrs 50 min|
|Gangtok||Lachen||114 kM||4 hrs 33 min|
|Lachen||Lachung||46.9 kM||1 hr 44 min|
|Lachen||Gurudongmar Lake||65.9 kM||2 hr 30 min|
|Gangtok||Chungthang||87.8 kM||3 hr 30 min|
|Tsomgo Lake||Baba Mandir||17 kM||30 min|
|Gangtok||Tsomgo Lake||44.1 kM||1 hr 29 min|
|Lachung/td>||Gangtok||109 kM||4 hrs 10 min|
|Lachung||Katao Valley||25 kM||1 hr|
|Yumthang Valley||Zero Point||23 kM||45 min|
|Lachung||Yumthang Valley||25 KM||1 hr 22 min|
COVID 19 PRECAUTIONS TO FOLLOW DURING WEST SIKKIM TOUR PACKAGES:
Health and Safety is the most important thing for us, so here is all information on the Covid-19. precautions we'll be taking on this tour→
- → Providing clean and sanitized transportation.
- → Provide masks and sanitisers at every step of your journey.
- → Maintaining sanitization process with trained staff.
- → Sanitization of every hotel room.
- → Well-sanitized and clean rooms.
OTHER WEST SIKKIM TOUR PACKAGES:
- → West Sikkim TOUR 4 NIGHTS 5 DAYS
- → West Sikkim TOUR 5 NIGHTS 6 DAYS
- → West Sikkim TOUR 2 NIGHTS 3 DAYS FROM GANGTOK
- → West Sikkim TOUR FOR HONEYMOON COUPLE
- → 3 NIGHT 4 DAYS West Sikkim PACKAGE FROM NJP/SILIGURI
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WEST SIKKIM TOUR PACKAGES FROM NJP/SILIGURI/NJP QUERIES [FAQS]
With the preference of our travellers and tour specialists, our West Sikkim Package Tour from NJP 7 nights 8 days will be the best offer to witness the beauty of Sikkim without a separate trekking period. Besides, 7-8 days will be enough to visit all the amazing places of Sikkim like Gurudongmar lake, Yumthang valley, Lachen, Lachung, Zero point, Katao valley etc.
As October is the post-monsoon season there is the least chance of witnessing snow at that time. Still, you can see snow at Zero point and Gurudongmar Lake as it remains snow-covered throughout the year.
West Sikkim is 795 k.m away from the City of Joy, and you can go there through NJP or Bagdogra Airport. And after reaching Sikkim it will be best to hire a cab to go to Gangtok. As Gangtok is the capital city lots of vehicles can be accessible from there to reach Lachen and Lachung. For your help, here are some following distances and roads to reach Lachen, Lachung and other best spots from Gangtok by car. ● Gangtok-Lachen: You can reach Lachen from Gangtok by Chungthang Road, Singtam within 4 h 56m which is at a distance of 120.4 km. ● Gangtok-Lachung: You also have to use the Chungthang Road, Singtam to reach Lachung as well and it'll take 4 hr 40 min.(115.6 km) ● Lachen-Gurudongmar Lake: It will take 2 hr 45 min through via Gurudongmar Road. (65.9 km) ● Lachen-Lachung: Lachen is very close to Lachung (46.9 km) it'll take only 1 hr 55 min to reach via Lachen road. ● Lachung-Yumthang Valley: From Lachung the 'Flower valley' or Yumthang valley is only 1 hr 20 min away at a distance of 25 km. ● Lachung-Zero Point: Zero point is only 48 km away from Lachung and it'll take 1hr 57 min to reach there. ● Yumthang Valley-Zero Point: It's only a 23 km distance between Yumthang Valley to Zero Point. ● Lachung-Katao: The dazzling Katao village is situated 28 km from Lachung. Among the several West Sikkim tour packages from Siliguri, you can choose the West Sikkim 7N 8D literary to have the best trip of Sikkim with Tourist Hub India. Besides, our 2 Nights 3 Days West Sikkim Package from Siligurialso includes Lachen, Lachung and other best sightseeing places with the best meals, vehicles and accommodation.
Most certainly you need permits to visit Tsomgo Lake, also known as Changu Lake, which is issued by the police check post for Indian travellers. The equivalent is also allocated by Sikkim Tourism & Civil Aviation Department for foreign tourists.
As it is permitted for only Indian tourists they can visit it only for four days a week- Sunday, Saturday, Thursday, and Wednesday so, keep this in your mind before booking a Nathula pass trip and proceed with the vital documents as according.
The tourists should get a permit for Nathula Pass through a Registered Tour Operator of Sikkim like TouristHub, by filling up an application given by the agency which will cost Rs.150-200, with an additional charge of Rs.20 for the authority.
Zero point is one of the tops visited places in Sikkim. With its scenic beauty and breathtaking views, it'll last in your memory for a long time. However, the place is situated very close to the Indo-China border and is the last outpost to have civilization in Sikkim. Moreover, you must reach Lachung first to go to the Zero point via car. The journey between Lachung and Zero Point almost takes 4-5 hrs based on the condition of the roads. (124Km) Additionally, the vehicle in the offseason can cost Rs.4000/- per car and Rs.6000/- per car in peak season. So, for having a worry-free journey book your package with us and we'll provide you with a relaxed and comfortable trip.
The routes to places of high heights like Changu lake or Nathula pass are often closed due to heavy snowfall. However, Gangtok is not common for snowfall.
It's very simple to plan a West Sikkim tour packages from Siliguri/NJP just pick up your phone and book your trip with popular tourist agencies like Touristhub, we have amazing West Sikkim Tour packages from NJP and you can choose one as per your preferred itinerary.
As per the specialist of Sikkim Tourism, the best month to visit Sikkim is May, March, October or mid-December, at this time the beauty of Sikkim will be at its top.
West Sikkim TOUR BOOKING AND CANCELLATION POLICY:
- → West Sikkim Tour Package booking Would be Intimated through corporated emailm id.
- → Company Service Voucher Would be Issued to the Guest aginst the same.
- → 50% advance payment (100% for super peak time) is required to get the confirmation.
- → 100% Payment to be made before 3 days of Check In.
- → For any cancellation irrespective of no of days 15% charges will be levied.
- → 25% of the Package amount to be levied if cancelled between 20- 07 days before Check in.
- → 50% of the package amount to be levied If Cancelled between 07 – 03 days of Check in.
- → No Refund incase Of No show /Short Stay/or if Cancelled between 72 Hrs of Check in.
- → 100% cancellation Charge once Booking is made for Super Peak Season.
West Sikkim Tour Packages from NJP Reviews
4.9 Stars Rating, out of 5
based on 189 Reviews
Recently I went on the West Sikkim tour with Tourist Hub India. And God! It was amazing! From Gurudongmar Lake to Chopta Valley, we have visited most of the amazing spots. Our tour guide was an amazing person and all the service was very well-customized.
I travelled to Kaulk for the puja vacation last year and it's the best time to have a view of the Kanchenjunga range, especially in the early morning. The peaceful weather, amazing lakes, mountains and valleys were at their best beauty at this time. The overall service was great and our souvenirs still make us miss Sikkim more!
I had an amazing Sikkim's Darjeeling tour package with my family. Tourist Hub's staff were very helpful and knowledgeable. They guide us very delicately before and throughout the journey! Thank you for helping us to enjoy the amazing trip! Well done Tourist Hub India!
I recently booked the West Sikkim tour packages from NJP with Tourist Hub for 7D 8N to visit all the amazing spots of Sikkim. And thank God we book it with Touristhub. They always keep in touch with us throughout the journey for knowing our walkabouts and comfort. The Yumthang Valley tour was the best part of all for me! Thank you Tourist Hub India!
Just returned from the West Sikkim Tour with Tourist Hub India! And without any exaggeration, we had a blast! Travelling with elderly parents in a place like Sikkim was a bit uncomfortable for me but with the Tourist Hub India, I didn't need to worry a bit. It was just perfect!