Holidays in Sikkim Trek Tour & Travels


Duration : 14 Nights / 15 Days

Destination Covered : Bagdogra, Yuksom

Price (Starting From) : On Request


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  • Singile- La Round Trek Tour

Tour Itinerary

Day 1: BAGDOGRA TO UTTERAY

Arrival at Bagdogra airport/ NJP railway station. Meeting and assistance and drive to Uttarey. (2,320 mtr.165 km / 06 hrs.). A base camp for adventure tourism for Khangchendzonga and Singalila Range trekking trial.

Day 2: UTTERAY TO CHEWAVANJYANG 3144 MTR

our ascend takes to highest reaches of the Singalila Ridge, which forms the border between Sikkim and Nepal. We pass through a rich forest cover, swathes of Rhododendron, open ridges, sacred lakes and remote passes. Our first day takes us to Chewabhanjyang. An easy trail rises gently through rainforest until a final steep ascent for the last couple of hours bring us to the Nepalese border and our first camp. A walk to Phoktey Dara (top of the Chewabhanjyang) in the wee hours of the morning provides one of the breath-taking views of the both mountains of Nepal & Sikkim (360 degree view). Acclimatization here is a must for further ascending trekkers. Overnight stay in tent.

Day 3: CHEWAVANJYANG-SINGILELA PEAK EXCURSION

this is an attractive setting to acquire some essential early acclimatization. A hike to the nearby Singalila peak – Phoktey Dara (3,618m) over the border to Nepal and West Bengal i.e. tri- junction area of Sikkim, Nepal and West Bengal will give us valuable accommodation and 360 degree view of Annapurna Range including Mt. Everest, Makalu, Nuptse and towering view of massive Khangchendzonga range.

Day 4: CHEWAVANJYANG-DHOOR (3800 MTR)

A gentle uphill traverse through forests and then over a more exposed hill side brings us to prayer flags adorning our first pass and views of distant mountains – a taste of what is to come. As we gradually gain height we will appreciate the previous day’s acclimatization. The occasional yak herders hut is the only sign of habitation as we look down far below to the rice fields and cardamom plantations. Our camp is in a remote and sheltered hollow below the ridge.

Day 5: DHOOR-PAREY MEGU (3900 MTR)

Throughout the day we descend and climb, maintaining a steady height, spiralling from one side of the ridge to the other until a rough steep ascent takes us across a pass. Beyond, the trail winds its way steadily through Rhododendrons and past several Hindu shrines where a second easier pass drops down to our camp close to a Shepherd’s summer settlement. Watch the Blue Sheep on the high craggy mountainside.

Day 6: PAREY MEGU-LAMPOKHARI (4300 MTR)

We walk easily on a good trail through woods until we began a steady rise of a broad valley where we catch our first closer view of the entire Kabru Range dominated by Mt. Pandim (6,691m). A further two hours of ascent will get us to our camp with Everest and a host of other Khumbu Giants dominating the distant skyline. An afternoon of rest and acclimatization for the following days foot slogging.

Day 7: LAMPHOKHARI-GOMATHANG (3800 MTR)

Sparse vegetation can be seen as we mount up higher. A little snow underfoot can be expected as we climb to our first pass, the DanpheyBhir La at 4,530m, the Pass of the Pheasant. From here it is possible to see the whole of Sikkim with the view stretching out well into Tibet and Bhutan. A further hours contouring and a small ascent reveals the KagBhir La, (the Pass of the Crow) where we may be lucky enough to get the closest view of the panorama of the Himalayan peaks including Majestic Khangchendzonga. Reluctantly, we then must head own hill making a steep descent to our river side camp Gomathang.

Day 8: GOMATHANG-PANGDING (4270 MTR)

we have our lovely meadow camp to climb through forests of sweet smelling silver fir and rhododendrons. Soon we are in high mountains terrain again. The route is up and down and finally stiff ascend while nearing to Pangding. Pangding offers the view of almost all the important peaks and ranges of this trek.

Day 9: PANGDING-DZONGRI (4000 MTR)

First trekkers have to descend down to Tikep Chu (3,700m) and then ascend up to Dzongri crossing Rathong Chu River. As Tikepchu is lower in altitude big pine trees and rhododendron bushes become visible and large rocks dominates the area. It offers a nice area to rest. After refreshment climb begans to Dzongri.

Day 10: DZONGRI-THANGSING (3930 MTR)

Thangsing actually means a flat land and is at the distance of 9 kilometres from Dzongri at an altitude of 3,930 meters. It can take five hours from Dzongri to reach the trekkers hut. Thangsing even though it is lower in altitude than Dzongri it is colder as moister laden wind keeps blowing inside the Thangsing Valley. Sometimes Wind turn harsh especially in the afternoon in Thangsing and Lamuney area. Great towering view of Mt. Pandim, Jophnu, and TenzingKhang at the right side of the camp will awestruck your eyes.

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Inclusions

  • Hotel
  • Meals
  • Sightseeing

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Cancellation & Refund Policy

  • * Upon cancellation, refund will be made after deducting the Retention Amount. * Retention Amount varies as per the number of days left before your package start date.

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