What is included in the tour
Accommodation on double sharing at hotels/homestays
Breakfast and Dinner at Pelling,Gangtok,Siliguri
AP Plan at Lachen,Lachung,Zuluk.
Vehicle(SUV) support as per the itinerary
Sightseeing as per the itinerary.
Airport Pick up and Drop
What is NOT included in the tour
Meals that are not mentioned in inclusions
Any personal expenses like laundry, telephone bills, tips, etc.
Any cost arising due to natural calamities like landslides, roadblocks. etc (to be borne by the client directly on the spot.)
Any other item which is not specified under cost inclusions
Nathula Pass additional charge basis INR 5000 per car.
Zero point Additional charge basis INR 5000 Per car.
Any entrance fee to the monastery and monuments.
GST @ 5%
Day 1: Arrival at Siliguri to Pelling-(130km)
Report to the sprawling city of Siliguri which is our gateway to Sikkim.Pelling marks our first stopover. With amazing roads the panoramic scenery adds to the toast. The snaky roads as patented by any mountainous region will make its way to a city which isn’t just litter free but a spit free zone too (It exists and “in” India!). Won’t that be a wonderful experience to stay in the cleanest city of India. Stay and dinner at the hotel.
Day2- Pelling to gangtok via Ravangla and Namchi-
After breakfast, we start from Pelling to Gangtok via Namchi & Ravangla.
Day 3:Gangtok-Lachen (120 km)
After breakfast start for Lachen covering the on route sightseeing. On the way, take a break for some beautiful spots like Singhik View Point, Naga Waterfalls, The Confluence of Lachen Chu (River) & Lachung Chu (River) at Chungthang and Bhim Nala Waterfall. One gets to witness the dove white Kanchendzonga (Kanchenjunga) soaring into the sky. On arrival, stay and dinner at the hotel .
Day 4:Lachen-gurudongmar-lachung (180 km)
Early morning after breakfast drive to Gurudongmar Lake- Gurudongmar Lake, is one of the highest lakes in the world and highest lakes in India, located at an altitude of 17,800 ft (5,430 m) in the Indian state of Sikkim. While the drive embraces the beauty of Thangu Valley on the way and reaches Gurudongmar, it is a lake which is considered sacred by Buddhists, Sikhs and Hindus. The lake is named after Guru Padmasambhava, also known as Guru Rinpoche. Back to the Hotel. After lunch, drive to Lachung. Arrive by evening. Overnight stay and dinner at Lachung.
Day5:Lachung-yumthang-Gangtok ( 160 km)
Sikkim is a land with wonders of valleys, lakes, high mountain passes, snow capped mountains, waterfalls, hot springs, meandering roads, tea gardens and the list never ends. As we start our today’s journey after breakfast we enter the valley of flowers. Yumthang Valley is a paradise that tucks in a wide variety of rhododendron flowers and is thus named aptly. We ride through the valley to make our way to Gangtok. Stay and dinner in Gangtok.
Day 6: Gangtok to Zuluk via Nathu La and Old Silk Route (100 km)
Mountain biking is incomplete until the meandrous roads spin off the head and the bike doesn't thunder around any mountain passes. Riding through the roads once marched upon by traders is as silky as its name (Silk Route). After breakfast, it begins with a narrow road with right, left, right, left turn. With 56 hairpin bends, Zuluk hands down is every rider’s utopia. Thambi viewpoint gives a complete view of the loops.f We continue riding through quaint villages like Gnathang, Kupup and pass by numerous lakes until we scale high to Nathula pass. At 14,140ft the pass shows the mountain covers in foreign lands. Stay and Dinner in a hotel.
Day 7: Zuluk to Siliguri (130KM)
We rode across the adventurous North and East Sikkim. Now we embark on our journey back to the plains of Siliguri After Breakfast. Arrive at Siliguri by the evening. Explore the town of Siliguri for the last time. Overnight stay and dinner will be at Siliguri Hotel
Day 8: Depart from Siliguri
After Breakfast. We will depart from the hotel to the airport/railway station.