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Shakti Sikkim

OVERVIEW

Embark on an unforgettable journey with Shakti Sikkim holidays, exploring the breathtaking landscapes of the North East region. We'll unveil the essence of local life through visits to schools, monasteries, and markets, providing a profound understanding of each region's culture, including its people, religions, and customs. This promises a genuinely authentic experience. Our Sikkim trekking tours ensure a seamless blend of adventure and luxury. It's a serene escape from our fast-paced world.

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          The Buddhist Kingdom of Sikkim lies nestled within India's Eastern Himalayan range, bordered by Bhutan, Tibet, and Nepal. Its distinctive thumb-shaped terrain boasts diverse, untouched landscapes, adorned by the imposing Kanchenjunga, the world's third-highest mountain (8598m). 

Where Majesty Meets Tranquility

From $4,636 per person Subject to two travellers booking an 6-day journey together. Whats included: Your stay includes private accommodation in village houses with full board, covering all meals and beverages, along with a range of activities. You'll have the support of an English-speaking guide, a private chef, additional support guides, porters, and a car at your disposal, facilitating transfers between Bagdogra Airport and the village experience. Please note, flights are not included.

TARIFFS

Early October to Early December Early February to Late April Sikkim shines its brightest just after the monsoon, from early October to early December, adorning the landscape with lush vegetation and offering crisp, clear days for the best mountain views. January tends to be cold, damp, and cloudy, leading to the closure of Shakti Sikkim. However, from early February to late April, the weather becomes warmer and drier, offering nearly comparable conditions to the October to early December period. March, in particular, appeals to those fascinated by flora and fauna.

SEASON

From/To Delhi, Kolkata, Darjeeling, Pelling, Gangtok From/To Delhi A two hour flight from Delhi to Bagdogra, followed by a five hour (123 km) drive to the Rinchenpong region. From/To Kolkata A fifty minute flight from Kolkata to Bagdogra, followed by a five hour drive to the Rinchenpong region. From/To Darjeeling Drive approximately 3 ½ hours from Darjeeling to Rinchenpong From/To Pelling (Pemayangste) Drive approximately 2 hours from Pelling to Rinchenpong From/To Gangtok Drive approximately 6 hours from Gangtok to Rinchenpong

GETTING HERE

         Sikkim's diverse indigenous clans embrace a nearly Spartan Buddhist lifestyle, shaping its rich culture. This blends seamlessly with the varied landscapes, spiritual heritage, and lively communities, creating a serene mix of tradition and modernity.

Vibrant Communities

WHAT TO EXPECT

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           Embark on an off-the-beaten-path exploration into Sikkim's rural life. Our village houses retain traditional authenticity in their construction while offering luxurious comfort within. Daytime activities include immersive Sikkim trekking tours through local villages, coupled with scenic picnic lunches meticulously arranged by our team.

Village Experience

     Our itineraries are exceptionally flexible, meticulously designed to cater to the unique preferences of each guest. With a keen focus on customization, we ensure that every aspect of the experience aligns seamlessly with individual desires and interests.

Tailored Itineraries