SANDAKPHU TREK (Everest View Trekking)

Take a break from the hustle and bustle of city life and enjoy the Sandakphu Trek. This is one of the most highlighted treks in the western Himalaya who have keen interest to do Singalila ridge trek within a short time where the Indian and Nepal Himalaya meet.

So, why do you think the trekkers from all over the world are so fanatic about Sandakphu and Singalila trek? The answer is simple…. Where else can you see four of the five highest peaks of the world including Mt. EverestMakaluKanchenjunga, and Lhotse, along with Three Sisters and many other peaks of NepalSikkim, Tibet and Bhutan in one single stretch of snow? Yes, this is what you get to see when you stand on the grounds of Sandakphu.
Where else in the world will you be able to walk through the forests of flowering rhododendrons of numerous types, giant magnolias, spruce and a wide range of amazing orchids? There are over 600 varieties of orchids in this area, the largest concentration in any single geographical area in the world. You can see them bloom in spring. The trek route passes through the Singalila National Park. So your trek journey is further complemented with a national park that has some of the most fascinating rare animals like Red Pandas and Pangolins. However, rare animals are rarely seen. The national park is also rich with varieties of birds.

Sandakphu throws open an incredible panorama of world’s highest snowline, swerving from the snow ensconced peaks of Nepal to Bhutan and farther east to Tibet. The trek route zigzags along the Singalila Ridge and moves this side and that of the Indo-Nepal border, switchbacking and switch-bordering towards an enchanting visually charged summit that makes it all worth it.

The charming wilderness and wildlife expected of a Himalayan Trek are met as we pass through Singalila National Park, making the hike also one of the keen naturalist interests. There are innumerable intriguing bird life, animals, and flora that you would be fascinated to explore in the diversity along this trek route’s sub-alpine and temperate coniferous, broadleaf, and subtropical coniferous forest biomes.

The route is not really out of civilization’s way. Lined with quaint localities inhabited even through long winters and their economy depends largely upon the Sandakphu Trek and tourism which run around the year, the route is logical, realistic, and “safe” in many regards. Sandakphu-Phalut trek is also one of those few high-altitude Himalayan treks which are provided through and through with comfortable teahouse accommodation.


A Mesmeric High Peak Panorama

What stands Sandakphu out as a journey are many things—the replete hairpin bend ridden Old Silk Road route to the base camp, the impeccable hospitality of the people of Sikkim and Nepal along the way at the teahouses, the charming green haven of Singalila, and the theatre of the clouds. But it’s the absolutely mesmeric peak view that brings a climax so superb!
The greatest of the greats unravel and shine their glory beams on this Everest view trek as the sun comes up every day and we are moving inches closer to the top-

  • Makalu– one of the eight-thousanders of the world and the fifth highest stands at 27, 838 ft., visible in the Everest range of peaks along the horizon from Sandakphu summit on a clear day.
  • Lhotse– Meaning the “south peak” in Tibetan is part and parcel of the Everest massif and forms one of the most marked climbing routes of the world’s highest summit through Everest’s South Col. Lhotse is also the fourth highest peak, toweringly present from the vantage point of Sandakphu.
  • Everest– The world’s highest peak towers over the above two. A pair of powerful binoculars will bring the Lhotse Face zone of the Everest climbing route closer, where it joins with South Col when looking on from Sandakphu. The view from Phalut trekking in India, extending further from Sandakphu will bring this glorious ice capped tower even closer.

The Ultimate Vision of Kangchenjunga

The Kanchenjunga family of peaks had to come as a different pointer. The sunlight streaming upon this ice ensconced conglomerate becomes a vision to behold from early on, on this trek. Looking out of your Tumling teahouse at dawn reveals the “Sleeping Buddha” structure of the Kanchenjunga in its relentless glory, and comes to get bigger and sharper as we approach the summit.
Gold and amber spreading through the crystal vision of Kanchenjunga up close at sunrise and sunset on this prized trekking in Darjeeling make moments you should reserve for your most prized photo-ops.

Sandakphu happens to be a mixed terrain trek with no abrupt height gain and mostly swinging through a tree cover, therefore remaining clear of the risks of Altitude Sickness. However, the sheer distance can be challenging and one must prepare for lasting stamina to make this

  • Kindly don’t book your desire trek until you are interested.

Our Departure Dates

20Sept–23Sept 2018(Full)

24Sept–28Sept 2018(Full)

5Oct – 8Oct 2018 (Full)

9Oct – 12Oct 2018 (Full)

13Oct – 16Oct 2018 (Full)

17Oct – 20Oct 2018 (Full

21Oct – 24Oct 2018 (Full)

25Oct – 28Oct 2018(Full)

1Nov – 4Nov 2018 (Full)

5Nov – 8Nov 2018 (Full)

9Nov – 12Nov 2018 (Full)

13Nov – 16Nov 2018 (Full)

17Nov – 20Nov 2018 (Full)

21Nov – 24Nov 2018 (Full)

25Nov – 28Nov 2018 (Open)


  • Experienced English speaking guide.
  • Transport to and from Darjeeling
  • All necessary paperwork and permit in Mountain and National park (entrance and  permit fees)
  • Accommodation and meals – Stay is included from Day 1 to Day 3 (Tumling to Timburey). You will stay at tea houses & trekkers hut. All meals from Lunch & dinner at on Day 1 to lunch at Dhotrey on Day 4. Meals are simple, nutritious and vegetarian.
  • Morning Tea
  • Our guide will carry a comprehensive medical kit including high altitude sickness tablets


  • Medical examination (if required) and vaccination costs
  • Visa costs
  • Camera Fees
  • Porter
  • Stay in Darjeeling
  • Personal expenditure i.e. soft drinks/beer on trek, extra snacks for the trek etc
  • Meals in Darjeeling before or after the trek
  • Travel insurance

Day 1: Darjeeling – Tumling via Chitrey (Lunch & Dinner)

Day 2: Tumling – Gairibas – Kalpokhari – Sandakphu (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)

Day 3: Sandakphu – Timburey (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)

Day 4: Darjeeling – Timburey (Breakfast & Lunch)

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