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    Popular Sikkim Honeymoon Packages 

    Name of the Packages Price (Rs.) Trip duration View Details
    Northeast India Honeymoon 19,999 4 Nights View Details
    Splendours & valleys Honeymoon 24,999 5 Night View Details
    Gangtok Pelling And Darjeeling Honeymoon 22,999 6 Nights View Details
    The Himalayan Week Honeymoon Package 29,999 7 Nights View Details
    Sojourn in Nature’s Lap Honeymoon 31,999 8 Nights View Details
    Name of the Packages Price (Rs.) Trip Duration View Details
    Alluring Gangtok Honeymoon  14,999   3 Nights View Details 
    Darjeeling & Gangtok Honeymoon  17,999   4 Nights View Details 
    Amazing North East Honeymoon  19,999   5 Nights View Details 
    Luxurious North East – Honeymoon  27,999   6 Nights View Details 
    Sikkim & Darjeeling Honeymoon  29,999   7 Nights View Details 

    Sikkim honeymoon package from Hyderabad

    One of India’s outstanding hill stations, Sikkim draws tourists and honeymooners from remote regions of the world in addition to Buddhist adventurers. In addition to serving as a haven for honeymooning couples and an alluring resting place for hikers and travellers, it is frequently frequented for its social atmosphere and convention. In addition to its diverse plant life, Sikkim is home to some of the world’s highest tranquil lakes.Read More

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    Wow, it’s northeast India Honeymoon Package

    4 Nights / 5 Days
    Availability : Gangtok 3N → Darjeeling 1N
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    Gangtok Pelling And Darjeeling Honeymoon Package

    6 Nights / 7 Days
    Availability : Gangtok 2N → Pelling 2N → Darjeeling 2N
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    The Himalayan Week Honeymoon Package

    The Himalayan Week Honeymoon Package

    7 Nights / 8 Days
    Availability : Gangtok 2N → Pelling 2N → Darjeeling 2N → Kalimpong 1N
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    Gangtok Pelling Honeymoon Package

    4 Nights / 5 Days
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    Stunning Sikkim & Darjeeling Honeymoon Package

    8 Nights / 9 Days
    Availability : Gangtok 3N → Pelling 2N → Darjeeling 2N → Kalimpong 1N
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    Gangtok Pelling Darjeeling and Kalimpong honeymoon packages

    8 Nights / 9 Days
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    Gangtok Lachung Darjeeling Splendours & valleys Honeymoon Package

    5 Nights / 6 Days
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    Honeymoon in Darjeeling

    Sikkim & Darjeeling Honeymoon Package

    7 Nights / 8 Days
    Availability : Gangtok 3N → Pelling 2N → Darjeeling 2N
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    Sikkim land of Astounding Natural Scenery Honeymoon Package

    6 Nights / 7 Days
    Availability : Gangtok 4N → Lachung 2N
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    Lachen, Sikkim

    Scintillating North Sikkim Honeymoon Tour Package

    5 Nights / 6 Days
    Availability : Gangtok 3N → Lachen 1N → Lachung 1N
    From24,99922,999
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      Frequently Asked Questions

      How long should a trip to North Sikkim last?

      The best of North Sikkim may be explored in about 5–6 days.

      How much does a tour in North Sikkim cost?

      The average cost of a North Sikkim travel package will be INR 19,000, the answer. The cost may change depending on the availability of a flight or train, the choice of lodging, etc.

      How can I go from Hyderabad to Sikkim via rail?

      Hyderabad and Sikkim are not connected by a direct railway. However, boarding Malakpet Kcg and getting off at New Jalpaiguri is the best way to go to this location via rail. To get to Gangtok from there, you must use a cab. It will take 41h 4m to complete the trek.

      How do I go from Hyderabad to Gangtok by flight?

      Since Bagdogra is the closest airport, flying directly from Hyderabad to Bagdogra will be the quickest way to go to Gangtok. However, taking two trains from Kolkata to New Japlaiguri is the most affordable route to get to Gangtok from Hyderabad.

      What can I purchase in North Sikkim?

      The answer is that North Sikkim lacks a significant shopping scene; for that, you must travel to the state’s capital, Gangtok. Much greater diversity in terms of clothing, singing bowls, prayer wheels, flags, statues, and other items can be found there.

      What activities can be performed in north Sikkim?

      An abundance of lakes, rivers, tourist destinations, scenic locales, and activities abound in north Sikkim. The top activities you may enjoy while on your North Sikkim tour include:

      experience the exhilarating hand gliding.

      spend some time at lachung/lachen with the people.

      discover the culture of sikkim.

      adventure skiing and snowboarding are encouraged.

      river rafting in the teesta.

      spend some time in yumthang’s hot springs.

      visit yumthang’s valley of flowers

      What are the top attractions in north sikkim?

      the greatest sites to visit in north sikkim are gurudongmar lake, cholamu lake, yumthang valley, lachung, and lachen.

      What significant holidays are observed in Sikkim?

      Sikkim is almost like a kaleidoscope of festivals and colours that are celebrated by people with tremendous passion and excitement because of the blending of many traditions, people, and nationalities. A few of them include The Losoong Festival is celebrated to mark the conclusion of the harvest season and the tenth month in the Tibetan calendar. People fervently pray for a bumper crop and improved hopes for the upcoming year. The Losar Festival, which honours the Tibetan new year, is held in February. Processions are performed, and yak dance is performed. The Lhabab Dheuchen Festival commemorates Lord Buddha’s departure from heaven after instructing his departed mother.

      What does Sikkim's traditional attire look like?

      The state’s unique and distinctive traditional clothing sets it apart from the rest of India. Sikkim is home to three distinct ethnic groups: Lepchas, Bhutias, and Nepalis. They all wear clothing in various ways. In the Lepcha culture, women are expected to wear Dumdyam or Dumvum, a loose shirt called a tago, a belt called a nyamrek, and a skirt called a taro. Lepcha women adorn themselves with customary jewellery such as Namchok, Lyak, and Gyar. The women of the Bhutia people dress in Kushen, Shambo, Shabchu, Hanju, a full-sleeved silk shirt, and Kho or Bakhu. This town is obsessed with gold, and the majority of the jewellery is made of pure gold. Women in Nepal typically don a Pharia, a saree, with a Chaubandi Cholo, a flowy blouse. Another type of shirt worn by the women in this neighbourhood is the tharro cholo. The traditional attire for Lepcha men is known as Thokro-Dum and comprises of white pyjamas, Yenthatse, and Shambo. Male Bhutias typically wear a Kho or Bakhu, which is a loose garment belted at the waist and one side of the neck. Male Bhutias also don Yenthatse, Kera, Shambo, and Jya Jya. Sikkim’s Nepali men dress according to their unique culture and customs. They dress in Patuki, Shurval, Daura, and Aaskot.

      Which Sikkim adventure activities are the best?

      You can experience a wide range of exhilarating adventures in Sikkim. Goechla Trek is the perfect for those who enjoy hiking. Enjoy the rolling hills covered in greenery and the bubbling stream of water as you stroll through the wooded areas and gorgeous meadows. Another experience that is sure to make you feel the surge of excitement is river rafting on the Teesta river. A thrilling experience is a yak ride near Tsomgo Lake. The yaks are dressed in colourful wool clothing, and strings and bells are strung around their necks. You should also include the Gangtok cable car trip on your list of things to do. It enables you to take in the breathtaking views from the city’s highest point.

      What types of art are favoured in Sikkim?

      Sikkim is known for its alluring, sparkling beauty and is home to so many different kinds of art that resisting its allure is difficult. Shopping in the state is pleasurable because of the cultural experience. Carpet Weaving: The Bhutia community mostly engages in weaving as a craft. The highest quality carpets are made from jute and other robust materials. Wood Carving: Sikkimese people use wood carving as a kind of symbolic art. Wood carvings are used to create furniture in a variety of patterns. Thangka paintings are only found in the state. The Thangkas are fashioned on cotton canvas with a silk frame, and they were originally intended to be used as a vehicle to convey Buddhist principles. These paintings often include gods, goddesses, priests, and monks from the Buddhist faith.

      How are the native people of Sikkim?

      Sikkim is home to many different ethnicities, cultures, religions, and traditions. The Lepcha, Bhutia, and Nepalese ethnic groups are dominant in Sikkim. The people of Sikkim are kind, straightforward, friendly, and a little reserved, although they like festivities. The exquisite arts and crafts of the Sikkimese people represent their culture. Sikkim’s official languages are Nepali, Bhutia, and Limbu. English is the official language, and Hindi is the working language of the government.

      What is Sikkim's history?

      According to the state’s history, Lepchas, Limbus, and Magars were the first people to live in Sikkim. Buddhist Saint Guru Rinpoche is credited with bringing Buddhism to the region during his passage there in the ninth century. Four centuries later, when three Tibetan monks moved to Yoksum in western Sikkim in protest at the emergence of the reformist Gelukpas, Buddhism took on its peculiar Sikkimese character. The British, Nepalese, and Bhutanese all gained control of the region over the years. Sikkim maintained its independence from British domination after gaining that status in 1947. Then, on April 26, 1975, it joined India and became the 22nd state in the union.

      What kind of scenery is in Sikkim?

      In the Eastern Himalayas is Sikkim. Its northern border is shared with Tibet, while its western, eastern, and southern borders are with Nepal, Bhutan, and West Bengal. On the boundary between Nepal and Sikkim stands Kanchenjunga, the third-highest mountain in the world. Sikkim’s greatest river is the Tista, while Rangeet is another significant river in the region. Heavy forest cover covers around one-third of the state.

      The northern, eastern, and western boundaries of Sikkim are surrounded by the Himalayan mountains. You may take in the beautiful scenery of snow-covered mountains in the winter and mountains covered in lush vegetation in the summer. In Sikkim, there are also hot springs, which are well-known for their therapeutic benefits. The state’s capital is located in Gangtok.

      Which season is ideal for travelling to Sikkim?

      The optimum time to visit Sikkim, according to Sikkim Tourism, is either between March and May or between mid-October and mid-December. The greatest time to visit Gangtok if you want to see its blossoming natural beauty is in the spring, between March and May. On the other side, autumn offers a clear glimpse of the Himalayan Mountains.

      Sikkim or Assam, which is superior?

      Choose Sikkim; it has greater connections and more beautiful scenery than Assam. Hello, Pranay Because Sikkim has stunning hill towns like Gangtok, Ziro, or Darjeeling, I would advise choosing Sikkim. However, you may also visit Haflong, the most magnificent and quiet hill station in Assam, which is stunning and unspoiled.