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    Sikkim Tourism

    We provide extensive Sikkim packages for your family and friends, allowing you to see the entire prominent destinations for travel enthusiasts simply because it includes a tour of the Himalayan environment, gurgling streams, snow-capped mountains, its richness of culture, monasteries, and flora and fauna. Our Sikkim travel packages are designed to allow you and your family to fully appreciate nature’s pristine beauty and revel in the splendour of all its freshness.

    Aside from that, our support team is constantly working to make your trip to Sikkim and Darjeeling safer, easier, and more memorable. Sikkim is your best bet if you want to go to a spot where you can genuinely appreciate the scenery of nature and spend quality time in full quiet. We have been the most preferred Sikkim Tour Operator for over a decade, and we offer a wide range of Sikkim Holiday packages, Sikkim Honeymoon packages, Sikkim Travel packages, and Sikkim Tour packages that will undoubtedly multiply your joy due to their affordability and the services we provide while you are away from home, nothing less than home.

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    Why book Sikkim Tourism with us?

    While the majority of trip operators and organisers guarantee locations, we guarantee an awesome experience! We are one of the most trusted and respected tour operators in Sikkim because of our experience and desire to exhibit the finest of Sikkim tourism. You will not only tour locations with us, but you will also get the opportunity to live the experience. The majority of our Sikkim Tour packages are hand-picked by local specialists, and you may customise them to your liking. Our Sikkim travel packages are tailored to meet the needs of both domestic and foreign visitors. Plan your Sikkim vacation with your family, friends, coworkers, or alone, and experience the genuine colours and warmth of Sikkim’s abundant beauty and friendliness!

    We plan excursions from all across the nation that are both inexpensive and luxurious. We operate and organise excursions from Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, and practically every other city in India, to mention a few. Join us for a fun-filled, adventurous, and unforgettable Sikkim adventure.

    Join us for an experience that will stay with you forever! Tourist Visas, Foreign Exchange, Tourist Visa Extension, and other Sikkim Tourism inquiries may be found on the Sikkim Tourism Official Website or the Department of Tourism, Sikkim’s Government Website.

    Permits for Restricted Areas and Protected Areas Regime

    Due to its proximity to neighbouring nations like China, Sikkim has various entry restrictions and is subject to a restricted area system. Based on travel restrictions, this state is separated into three sections. A Protected Area Permit (PAP) is required in some areas, while a Restricted Area Permit is required in others (RAP). To visit any portion of Sikkim, all foreign nationals must first get a Restricted Area Permit. This permission was previously known as the Inner Line Permit (ILP). Indians, on the other hand, are exempt from this need, however, there are additional restrictions in Sikkim that apply to everyone, including Indians, in a few particular locations. Certain locations, such as Tsomgo Lake and Dzongri, have been designated as Protected Areas, requiring special army deployment.

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    Protocol for Entry into Sikkim

    To boost tourism in Sikkim, restrictions on tourist admission into restricted regions have been significantly loosened; nonetheless, visitors should adhere to the underlying necessary guidelines to have a hassle-free experience when visiting this beautiful Indian state. When visiting some of the unrestricted areas of Sikkim, such as Gangtok, Yuksom, Rumtek, Pemayangtse, and Phodong, Indian nationals do not need a special permit; however, when visiting certain areas of North Sikkim, such as Yumthang Valley, Chungthang, Lachung, Yumesamdong, Lachen, Thangu, Chopta, and Gurudongmar Lake, Indian nationals must obtain a permit.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    What are the important attractions in Sikkim that should be included in a tour?

    MG Marg, Tsomgo Lake, Baba Mandir, Nathula Pass, Gurudongmar Lake, Yumthang Valley, Zero Point, Kaala Pathar, Namchi Char Dham, Buddha Park in Ravangla, and numerous monasteries are among Sikkim’s key attractions.

    Is the Nathula Pass open every day?

    No, the Nathula Pass remains closed to all tourists on Mondays and Tuesdays of each week.

    When is the ideal time to travel to Sikkim?

    Except for the wet months of July and August, Sikkim is a year-round destination. However, October to March is the greatest season to visit for a clear glimpse of the mountain range and snow. And if you want to see snowfall, the months of January through March are ideal. The months of April through June are the most popular for travellers who want to avoid the heat.

    How many days would it take you to visit all of the key sites in Sikkim?

    Gangtok (with neighbouring places of Tsomgo Lake, Baba Mandir, and Nathula Pass), Lachen and Lachung (containing Gurudongmar Lake and Yumthang Valley), and Pelling with Namchi and Ravangla require 7 to 8 days to cover the key places in Sikkim.

    How do I get to Sikkim?

    All kinds of transportation connect Sikkim (air, rail, and road). Pakyong Airport (30 km from Gangtok) and Bagdogra Airport are the closest airports (120 km from Gangtok). New Jalpaiguri Railway Station is the closest station (120 km from Gangtok)

    How many days would it take you to visit all of the key sites in Sikkim?

    Gangtok (with neighbouring places of Tsomgo Lake, Baba Mandir, and Nathula Pass), Lachen and Lachung (containing Gurudongmar Lake and Yumthang Valley), and Pelling with Namchi and Ravangla require 7 to 8 days to cover the key places in Sikkim.

    What other cities can be included in a holiday tour with Gangtok?

    Because Sikkim is a tiny state, it is possible to go to surrounding towns. Furthermore, it is bordered by many beautiful sites that you may easily visit in addition to Gangtok. When visiting Sikkim, you must visit the neighbouring towns of Darjeeling, Pelling, Lachung, Lachen, and Kalimpong.

    What are some of the top adventure activities to do in Sikkim?

    For adventurers, Sikkim has a lot to offer. Thrilling river rafting on the Teesta River, mountain biking and cycling, paragliding, trekking, rock climbing, and wildlife safaris are just a few of the spine-chilling sports available.

    What are the most popular tourist attractions in Sikkim?

    The Gurudongmar Lake, Nathula Pass, Yumthang Valley, Lake Tsomgo, Rumtek Monastery, and Khangchendzonga National Park are just a few of Sikkim’s many tourist attractions.

    Do I need a visa to visit Sikkim?

    Sikkim does have some immigration restrictions, but if you are an Indian citizen, you do not require a visa to visit the state. Foreign nationals need to get a Restricted Area Permit (RAP) or an Inner Line Permit (ILP).

    When is the best time to go to Sikkim?

    The months of March to May and October to December are regarded as the best times to visit Sikkim. Sikkim provides a cool respite during the country’s sweltering summers. The views of the snow-capped mountain ranges will steal your breath away throughout the winter months.

    What is the distance between Gangtok and North Sikkim?

    North Sikkim has two important tourist sites, Lachung and Lachen, which are 120 kilometres from Gangtok and take about 5-6 hours to visit due to the limited roads.

    Do Indian citizens need a visa to visit Sikkim?

    No, Indian nationals do not need to obtain a permit to travel to Sikkim. Tsomgo Lake, Baba Mandir, Nathula Pass, Gurudongmar Lake, and Yumthang Valley are among the areas where all Indian tourists must get an Inner Line Permit from a local tour operator.

    What is the distance between Gangtok and Sikkim airport?

    Pakyong Airport in Sikkim’s newest airport (around 30 km from Gangtok). However, there is currently very little flight connectivity, and flights are frequently cancelled. As a result, it’s best to plan flights to Bagdogra Airport (about a 5-hour drive from Gangtok), which is well connected to all of India’s major cities.

    Is there any snow in Sikkim, and if so, when will it fall?

    The high-altitude regions of Sikkim, such as Tsomgo Lake, Nathula Pass, Baba Mandir, Gurudongmar Lake, and Yumthang Valley, do receive snowfall. It normally snows from the end of December to the beginning of March.

    Is there a dress code to adhere to when visiting Sikkim?

    Throughout the year, Sikkim has a calm and pleasant temperature. As a result, bringing thick woollen clothing is essential. The people of Sikkim follow a set of severe norms and clothing codes that must be followed. When attending religious institutions, always be careful to dress suitably and completely.

    Where and what can you buy in Sikkim's top shopping areas?

    Mahatma Gandhi Road, the Directorate of Handicrafts & Handlooms, and the Lal Bazaar are all popular shopping destinations. Prayer flags and prayer wheels, Thangka paintings, singing bowls, and tea must all be on your buying list.

    Do we need a permit to see all of Sikkim's tourist attractions?

    Many of the tourist attractions would require you to have a permission to access, which will apply to both foreigners and Indian citizens. Tsomgo (Changu) Lake and Baba Mandir, Nathula Pass, Dzongri and Goecahala Tre, Thangu/Chopta Valley, and Gurudongmar Lake are among the attractions. Indian citizens can apply for permits online or at the Sikkim Police Check Post.

    How is Sikkim's public transportation system?

    Unlike other metro towns, there is a scarcity of public transportation vehicles such as buses and railroads. However, the use of shared automobiles is an alternative that can be freely pursued. To prevent any problems, the best option is to hire a cab from a reputable and government-approved tour operator.

    What is the best way to get to Sikkim? Are there any international airports in the area?

    Despite the fact that Sikkim now has its own modest airport, Bagdogra International Airport is the best route to get there. The airport’s connectivity is excellent, and it connects significant cities. If you want to get to Sikkim by train, the New Jalpaiguri station in Siliguri is the best option.