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Approved by Ministry of Tourism, Govt. of India


Dzongri Trek

Dzongri Trek

Duration (in Days)



4,250 m




Camping, Lodges

38500/- per person


At an altitude of 4,200 m, Dzongri is among the best trekking destinations not only in Sikkim but also in India. The sights of the milky white peaks all around Dzongri are bound to keep you gazing with awe. The view from this place has too much to be recommended: a patchwork of green and gold streaked with blue – reminiscent of an abstract etching, framed by the majestic snow-capped peaks shining not very far away.

The awesome presence of the great mountains thrusting their snowy peaks deciphers the strength of the Tethys Sea bulging its muscles to reach this towering height. No less than 14 of them soar majestically to 20,000 ft. plus. The center of attraction, of course, remains the Kanchenjunga.

Snowfall is common especially during the winter months. The trekker should be well prepared to face the cold. The temperature may go below the freezing point at any time around the year.

The trek to Dzongri is among the tougher ones in Sikkim Even the experienced porters and guides get tired after reaching here. nature beyond recommends trekkers should go for regular fitness exercise before coming for this trek. The beauty of the mountain, we also guarantee, will make all the effort worthwhile once you reach here.

The trek to Dzongri starts from Yuksom in West Sikkim.

The North-Eastern region of India offers numerous adventurous and remarkable trails that attract a lot of travellers across the globe. Yuksom-Dzongri Trek is a short, high altitude and one of the most interesting trekking routes in Sikkim. Dzongri trek is the small trek option of the Goechala Trek. This remarkable trek begins from Yuksam and finishes at Yuksam in 5 days. For the trekkers who want to explore more in a short duration, the Dzongri trek is the aptest option. Trekkers on this wonderful trek get to explore and see the mesmerizing exquisiteness of scenic landscapes during trekking. In actual fact, Dzongri and Dzongri La (viewpoint) is the paramount spot to get a view of the spectacular mountains and their towering peaks in the Sikkim Himalayas. Along with the impressive Mt. Kangchendzonga (8585 meters), the 3rd highest mountain in the world, you can also discover some of the most famous peaks during this trek from the Dzongri View Points like Mt. Kabru south (7317 meters), Mt. Kabru north (7338 meters), Mt. Simvo (6811 meters), Mt. Pandim (6691 meters) Mt. Kabru Forked (6108 meters), Mt. Rathong (6679 meters), Mt. Kumbhakarna (Janoo) (7710 meters), Mt. Kokthang (6147 meters), Mt. Goecha Peak (5127 meters) and Mt. Frey Peak (5830 meters).

Dzongri Trek is considered one of the most excellent trekking destinations in the North-Eastern area of India. Nestled in the fabulous Himalayas, this destination offers many spectacular and charming views of nature’s exquisiteness. Sikkim is the best destination for travellers across the globe as it has a lot to offer from the panoramic views of the unparalleled Kanchanjunga range, monasteries, ancient temples, and many other things.

This place is the hidden gem in the north-eastern region; trekkers on this adventurous and interesting trek to get introduced to the captivating splendour of picturesque backdrops and exotic wildlife.

The Yuksom to Dzongri trek in Sikkim is for sure is one of the most interesting treks of which you will definitely want to be a part. It is a trekking excursion that will bring you closer to nature and during the whole journey you can explore the virgin peaks, the pictorial landscapes, and towering mountains. The trek is usually called the ‘Walking in Paradise’ and undeniable it will be right to say that this trekking destination is certainly a traveller’s delight.


Day 1
Darjeeling – Yuksom. Approx 6 hrs drive. Overnight Yuksom

Day 2
Trek Begins Yuksom – Tshoka (3000m / 6-7 hrs) (Camping).

Day 3
Tshoka – Dzongri (4030 m / 5-6 hrs) (Camping)

Day 4
Dzongri view point before sunrise. Trek to Dzongri la area (4000m / 4250m / 40 mins) (Camping)

Day 5
Dzongri to Tshoka (3050m / 4 to 5 hrs) (Camping)

Day 6
Tshoka to Yuksom. (1875m / 5-6hrs) Trek ends. Overnight hotel Yuksom

Day 7
Yuksom – Darjeeling

  • Experienced English speaking guide.
  • Transport to and from Darjeeling
  • All necessary paperwork and permits in Mountain and National park (entrance and permit fees)
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • Accommodation during the trek at guesthouse/lodge or family homestay
  • Bed Tea
  • Evening Tea
  • Hot water for drinking
  • Our guide will carry a comprehensive medical kit including high altitude sickness tablets
  • Flights
  • Medical examination (if required) and vaccination costs
  • Visa costs
  • Personal expenditure i.e. soft drinks/beer on the trek, extra snacks for the trek.
  • Meals in Darjeeling before or after the trek Travel insurance
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