Roundtrip Sikkim Tours Discover the green, varied mountain landscapes between snow and orchids of the Sikkim Himalayas up close. They are pacifist forest foragers and small crop cultivators who worship nature spirits. It was originally home to the Lepchas, a tribal people, thought to have migrated from the hills of Assam around 13th century.
This 20 days trip is an unforgettable insight into the diverse cultures, fascinating landscapes and exotic, diverse vegetation of the former Himalayan kingdom of Sikkim. Take advantage of our local contacts and many years of experience in the field.
They constitute 18 percent of total population at present. Later on, their traditional lifestyle has been severely limited by the immigration from Nepal and Tibet.This tour offers the best of our Sikkim travel modules Sikkim Classic/East, Sikkim South & West and Sikkim North.Sikkim or New house, until 1975 was an independent kingdom, following political crisis after the albeit treaty with India, was annexed to and became the 22nd Indian State. The semi-isolated Hill State of was never easy to visit and still requires an inner line permit for all outsiders. Sikkim is situated on the foot of mighty Kanchenjunga, the third highest mountain on earth, the nature, we will encounter during rafting and trekking is overwhelmingly beautiful with Himalayas, green forest and many blooming orchids. During your trip you can visit the Kechopari lake, wishing lake. The water in this lake is placid and crystal clear. The trail gets easier as you traverse gently through stunted rhododendron bushes to the wide open grazing grounds.
Economic class hotel accommodation 1-2 stars, Middle class 3-4 star hotels, trek; tent, meals, guide. Middle class Hotel accommodation 3-4 star, Deluxe class 4-5 star hotels, sightseeing tours as on itinerary as on itinerary with entrance fee, rafting program with equipment/captain, walk trek: permits,2 person tents, meals, guide, cook, and porters, all transport overland, English Speaking tour escort/ driver.
Airfares, visa, airport tax, visa, travel insurance, all meals with exception in trek, specialized guides, extra entrance fee for video/camera, all personal expenses like drinks, tip etc, mountain /road rescue or any other evacuation charges, expenses incurred as a result of illness or any other unforeseen events, excess baggage charge, loss incurred due to re routing, inclement weather, floods, political disturbances like strikes, riots etc.