Wreathed in clouds, Gangtok, the capital city of Sikkim is located on a ridge at a height of 5500 feet. With a spectacular view of the Khangchendzonga, the town provides the perfect base for travel through the state.
We are offering you an exciting package, as per which you will be visiting some of the best places that ultimately defines the culture and ethics, for what Gangtok is known.
Ride up to one of the highest hill stations in India home to the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway World Heritage Site and of course the mighty Kanchenjunga; the world’s third highest peak.
Sikkim Singalila Uttaray Round Trek the opportunity of viewing Mount Everest – Kanchenjunga and many more.
You want to fly like a bird without learning to fly. TANDEM PARAGLIDING is the right option for you. Sit back, relax and enjoy the freedom in the air with one of our experienced Tandem pilots. This is guaranteed to be one of the most memorable experiences of your life.
Tell your friends you mountain biked the Himalayan foothills and be a legend forever. If you have limited time and need a recharge what better way to do it than an active weekend of mountain biking.
Positioned at the imposing and surreal location of North Sikkim, Brumkhangse Peak has been opened for expedition since 2005. It is a moderate grade of trek that is isolated from other major peaks of Sikkim.
Altitude of Tenzing Khang is 6010 meters and is closed to Jophnu and is one of the most famous climbing Peak in west Sikkim. As usual this trek follows the whole route of Famous Dzongri- Goechela Trek including Tshoka.
An exquisite peak in close proximity to Rathong Glacier, Frey Peak lies near the Kabru sister of peaks boasting two imposing summits i.e. Kokthang and Rathong Peak. The trek involves passing through the absorbing Frey Glacier.
Mount Jopuno is a prime attraction among the mountaineers from all around the blue planet. A trekker can relish the mesmerizing views of some of the most wonderful mountains of Sikkim Himalayas.
Ride down through winding rough roads tour to bring you to Sikkim, a landlocked Indian state that was itself a Kingdom up until the 1970s. Here be prepared to be awe struck as you ride through high mountain roads and deep valleys.