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Goechala Trek: Exploring Sikkim’s Trekking Paradise

In the heart of the Eastern Himalayas lies the Goechala Trek, which beckons adventurers to embark on a journey to the roof of Sikkim—the Goechala Pass. The 80-kilometer, eight-day trek unfolds like a captivating story, revealing the hidden wonders of the mystical Sikkim Himalayas and uncovering the essence and allure of the Goechala Trek.

A hike in Sikkim that takes intrepid hikers to the very foot of Mount Kanchenjunga, that strikes a perfect balance between nature and endurance. A spectacular trek in Sikkim beyond words.

Sikkim Goechala Trek
Dzongri Camp Site

The Starting and Ending Point: Yuksom’s Charm
The Goechala Trek commences and ends in the historical village of Yuksom, a cultural gem in itself. Surrounded by lush greenery and adorned with ancient monasteries, Yuksom serves as the perfect prelude to the adventure that awaits as trekkers set foot in a realm where tradition meets the thrill of exploration.

Ascending through the Kanchenjunga National Wildlife Sanctuary:
As the Goechala Trek unfolds, hikers find themselves traversing through the dense rhododendron forest of Kanchenjunga National Park, painting the landscape with hues of red, pink, and white.

The vibrant colors create a surreal atmosphere, setting the stage for an enchanting ascent into the heart of Sikkim’s wilderness, Dzongri, and Goechala Pass, surrounded by the snow-topped mountains of the Kanchenjunga Range.

Spectacular Views of Kanchenjunga:
The Goechala Trek is synonymous with the grandeur of Kanchenjunga, the third-highest mountain in the world. As trekkers ascend towards Goechala Pass, the mighty Kanchenjunga and it’s peaks reveal themselves in all their glory, creating a mesmerizing backdrop to the Goechala Trek. Each step brings them closer to the summit and the unparalleled views of the snow-clad giant.

Goechala Pass and Dzongri: The Two Crown Jewels

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View of the Kanchenjunga from Dzongri on the Goechala Trek

At an elevation of over 16,000 feet, the Goechala Pass stands as the culmination of the trekking odyssey. The air becomes thin and the terrain rugged, but the reward that you get on this trek is monumental.

Trekkers are greeted with a panoramic view that includes not only Kanchenjunga but also a breathtaking array of surrounding peaks, valleys, and glaciers. It’s a moment that transcends words and lingers in the memory forever.

Dzongri at 4000m is one picturesque view point on the Goechala Pass Trek in Sikkim, and getting there is one of the most coveted achievements of an adventurer. On a clear day, you get to see nine of the peaks more than 7000m tall in a semi-circular motion, starting with Kokthang, Rathong, Kabru, Yalung Khang, Kanchenjunga, Goecha Peak, Pandim, Jopuno, and Thinchenkhang.

Kanchenjunga, towering above the clouds at more than 8500 meters above the ground, is not to be underestimated. Bowing to Everest by only 300m, the view of the Kanchenjunga Range on the Goechala Trek reveals what the Himalayas look like.

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Thansing Valley with Mount Pandim enroute to Lamunee on the Goechala Pass Trek

Floral Splendors and Biodiversity:
The Goechala Trek is not just about hiking and conquering the Goechala Pass; it’s a hike in Sikkim’s diverse ecosystem. Trekkers encounter an astonishing variety of flora, from alpine flowers to ancient juniper trees. The trail is also home to the elusive Red Panda and the Snow Leopard, adding an element of surprise and wonder to this trek in Sikkim.

Challenges and Triumphs:
The Goechala Trek, though breathtaking, is not without its challenges. Trekkers navigate steep ascents, rocky terrains, and unpredictable weather. Each challenge becomes a stepping stone to personal growth, transforming this hike in Sikkim into a profound experience that goes beyond the physical act of trekking.

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Goechala Pass View Point with Ankae and Belinda on the Goechala Trek in April 2022

Power and Mobile Connectivity

Electricity and mobile networks are unavailable on the Goechala Trek Route after Yuksom. Therefore, hikers are advised to charge all their camera and phone batteries while in Yuksom. Though carrying a solar charger would also do.

The use of satellite phones is banned in India. Therefore, please do not bring one with you.

Best time to trek in Sikkim

March and April are the two good months for the Goechala Trek when the different varieties of rhododendron and high-altitude plants come to life, coupled with good mountain views. But during May, the weather starts getting dramatic, with misty clouds from the pre-monsoon rain playing around through the dense jungle.

Spring and summer treks are also of interest to birdwatchers and botanists when flowering plants are in full bloom and the park is filled with migratory birds.

October and November are the best months for clear mountain views. The sky and horizon remain clear

The Goechala Trek in Sikkim does get a little busy during the peak season, as the trail overlaps much of Kanchenjunga National Park. But after having said that, it does provide solitude as the Kanchenjunga National Park area is spread wide.

Sikkim Goechala Trek Map
Goechala Pass Trek Map

Accommodation and Food on the Trek 

  1. Twin-share tent accommodation will be provided on the Goechala Pass Trek with three-inch foam mattresses per trekker. A separate dining tent, a kitchen tent, and a toilet tent will also be provided. The kitchen tent and the dining tent also double up as accommodations for the support team.
  2. There is a trekker hut with very basic facilities in Tchoka and Dzongri. The cost of lodging in these two trekkers’ huts is included in the Kanchenjunga Park fees. There are also two lodges in Tchoka belonging to the Sikkim Tourism Department, for which you will need to pay extra.
  3. Dzongri has a small hut belonging to the Sikkim Forest Department; two rooms will also be let out, provided there are no officials on a visit.
  4. There is a Trekkers hut in Thansing too, very basic, with just wooden beds in it, belonging to Sikkim Tourism. For this too, you will need to pay extra.
  5. Cook and his set of Kitchen Helpers will provide hot-cooked local food, i.e., rice, Dal (lintel soup), and vegetable curry on the trek.
  6. Lunch includes Macaroni or Chapatis (flour bread) with vegetable curry and Noodle Soup or Noodle Chowmein with Plain Soup and Boiled Eggs or Boiled Potatoes.
  7. Porridge, pancakes, bread with butter and jam, or Tibetan bread, and puri (flour bread fried in oil) will be the main items for breakfast.
  8. Evening tea or coffee with biscuits will be there to perk you up in the evening.
  9. Dinner is mainly rice, dal with vegetable curry, etc., with soup.

What should I carry for this trek?

  1. A haversack (50 l–55 l) to put in all your clothes that you will require on the trek. Also, include in the haversack a down sleeping bag that can withstand a temperature of minus 15 degrees Celsius, along with a thermal inner. This will ensure that you will have warm nights on the Goechala Pass Trek.
  2. As you will be ascending to 4550 m at the Goechala Pass View Point, the temperature in the evening and night will vary from 0 to 5 degrees. Therefore, carry warm clothing with you. Include a down jacket, a couple of fleece jackets, woolen socks, gloves, a balaclava, and thermal inner wear for evening and nighttime use.
  3. The daytime temperature will remain between 5 and 18 degrees Celsius. Therefore, light and loose trekking pants and fast-drying T-shirts should be included in your pack.
  4. Carry a daypack with you with your personal items in it. Your daypack should be big enough to hold a water bottle, a raincoat or umbrella, a windbreaker, and a light fleece.
  5. Also, include a small personal medical kit in your day pack. Your medical kit should contain tablets for fever, dysentery, anti-acid tablets, Electral powder, and painkillers. Include in it Crepe Bandages for sprains, Antiseptic Ointment for cuts and bruises, Band-Aids for small cuts and toe blisters, water-purifying tablets, sunscreen lotion, and Vaseline for chaffed skin.
  6. A pair of ankle-length sturdy but light trekking boots is a must on this trek, as the route is rough and uneven. If it is a new purchase, then it is essential to break into them before using them on the trek to ensure that it is comfortable. Carrying an extra pair of trail running shoes is also a good idea in case of discomfort.

The best twelve tips to make your Goechala Trek a success.

  1. First and foremost, it’s crucial to train well before embarking on the Sikkim Goechala Trek. You’ll be hiking to high altitudes, covering about 10 km of distance per day. So, it’s essential to work on your stamina and fitness by indulging in activities like long walks, running, cycling, swimming, or any other physical activity.
  2. Therefore, train on a range of terrain, as you will need to tackle a variety of terrain while trekking from Yuksom to Dzongri and further on to Goechala Pass View Point. From riverside trails to steep paths up a mountain trail filled with snow, therefore, mix up your training with long walks on a variety of terrain.
  3. Also, remember to keep your muscles in good shape. Remember to stretch after your long walks. You should focus on your calves, quads, hamstrings, hips, and back.
  4. Another important thing to keep in mind is acclimatization. You’ll be trekking to higher altitudes, so it’s crucial to take regular breaks and spend extra nights at higher altitudes to prevent altitude sickness.
  5. Pack your bags properly for the Goechala Trek, which is a high-altitude trek in Sikkim. Make sure to include warm clothes, woolen caps, gloves, sun hats, waterproof gear, comfortable trekking shoes, and other essential items like a first aid kit, water bottle, water purifying tablets, sunscreen lotion, Vaseline, sun glasses for use on snow, etc.
  6. While on this Sikkim trek, remember to respect the local culture and the people of Sikkim, who have their own culture and traditions. Be mindful of the impact you may have on their environment.
  7. Stay hydrated throughout the trek to avoid altitude sickness. So, drink plenty of water and avoid alcohol and caffeine.
  8. Please remember, the Sikkim Goechala Trek is not a race, so take your time, enjoy the scenery, and don’t push yourself too hard.
  9. Be prepared for the unpredictable weather in the mountains. So, pack accordingly for rain, snow, and cold weather. And lastly, be flexible with your plans, as weather and other conditions in the mountains in Sikkim can change very quickly. I hope these tips help you have an incredible experience on your Goechala Trek!
  10. Get yourself a pair of ankle-length but light hiking boots to keep your feet comfortable. But remember, the ankle cuff on the trekking boots should not be too high to avoid damaging your Achilles. Try these boots on early and break into them early so that you do not get blisters while on the Goechala trek.
  11. Get proper, supportive socks. Get socks that are designed for trekking and hiking long distances. These socks are well worth investing in to give your feet extra protection.
  12. Practice with your backpack. Your main baggage will be carried by porters or pack animals. But you will need to carry a day pack with you to put in all your essential items, like a camera, a water bottle, your personal medical kit, an umbrella, a light fleece, and a wind stopper.

Five Rules Every Hiker Should remember while planning a Hiking Trip in Sikkim

Before you head out on your next hiking adventure in Sikkim, take some time to understand hiking under a load. Hiking with a load on your back is a big concern. In order to ensure the success of various mountain sports such as multi-day trekking, day hiking, and peak climbing in the Himalayan Mountains, the most crucial factor is to focus on performance and injury prevention.  So read these five points before embarking on a hiking trip in the Sikkim Himalayas.

1). A kilogram of weight on your feet is equal to five times the weight on your back.

According to a study conducted in 1984 by the U.S. Army Research Institute, it takes 4.7 to 6.4 times as much energy to move at a given pace when weight is carried on the shoe versus on your back.

In practical terms, this means you could carry about 5 kilograms of weight on your back if you bought hiking boots that were 400 grams lighter. Imagine the energy savings of backpacking in light trail running shoes rather than heavy, leather backpacking boots over the course of a 7-day hike and trek in the mountains.

2). 450 g on your feet is equal to 5% more energy expended.

Heavy hiking boots don’t just affect your performance because of their weight. But heavy hiking boots are stiffer and, at the same time, less responsive. This in turn reduces the efficiency of your body reflex when hitting the ground.

3. Every 1% of your body weight in your pack makes you six seconds slower per mile.

Carrying weight in your back pack does not come for free. Each 1% of your body weight carried in your pack makes you 6 seconds slower per mile. So, if you weigh 75 kg, each 750 g of weight in your pack slows you by 6 seconds per mile. For a 75-kg hiker on an extended trip, cutting your pack weight down from 18 kg to 13 kg saves you 40 seconds per mile.

4). A 10% grade incline cuts your speed in half.

Grade greatly affects speed. By “grade,” we mean how much terrain incline or decline there is. At 10% grade, for example, for every 10 feet you travel forward, you’ll travel 1 foot up. In terms of angles, 10% equals 5.74 degrees. A 5.74-degree angle doesn’t seem like much, but remember that it affects you when you are hiking 10-15 km in a day. You’ll know how hard it is because you’ll move twice as slowly over it than over flat ground with a given load.

A 10% grade will cut your speed in half, no matter how much load you are carrying on your back.

5). Going up slows you down twice as much as going down speeds you up.

Don’t believe you’ll make time up on the other side of the hill. You won’t. You’ll only make half the time up. Why don’t you gain as much by hiking downhill as you lose hiking up the trail? Braking forces is the answer. As you descend, you have to brake your speed with your quads to keep yourself under control. The steeper the downhill, the more braking. This added load on your muscles further affects your uphill performance if you have repeated bouts of up-and-down work.

What is the booking procedure?

You will have to deposit an advance amount to book and confirm your place in the Goechala Trek. Once we receive the advance amount, we will consider the trek booked and confirmed. Once you decide to join this trek with us, we will send you bank information to make your deposit.

Cancellation Policy 

  • Minimum Charge: (The deposit amount will not be refunded if the trek is canceled due to government policy, closure of national parks, etc., or canceled by the depositor himself.).
  • Less than 7 days of trek date: 50% of trek cost.
  • On or after the trek start date: No refunds if the trek is aborted or shortened for any reason.

Formalities for Entering Sikkim

Foreign visitors wishing to enter Sikkim for trekking and hiking will have to obtain an Inner Line Permit (ILP). The Inner Line Permit is readily available at Sikkim House in all major cities in India and also at the entry points at Melli Check Post and Rangpo at the border with West Bengal.

You will need to fill out a form with the visitor’s details and a xerox copy of the passport and Indian visa, along with two passport-sized photos that have to be submitted.

ILP will be granted for 30 days. However, we will assist you in this matter.

Trekking Permit

Hikers and trekkers wanting to do the Sikkim Goechala Pass Trek will have to go through a registered travel agency in Sikkim.

A trekking form along with the xerox copy of the passport, Indian visa, and ILP, accompanied by four passport photos, will have to be submitted to the Tourism Department, and then the trekking permit will be granted. But you do not have to worry; that is our responsibility.

I am a single trekker; what should I do?

We have fixed group departure dates for those leaving for the Goechala Pass Trek in Sikkim. You can join a group. The itinerary can also be customized for a minimum of two people on a date of your choice.

Talk to us if you have any doubts. Our experienced outdoor adventure team is always ready to help you plan your treks and tours in Sikkim. Our team will assist you throughout the whole process, from the moment you decide until you return from the trek.


The Goechala Trek is strenuous to moderate and demands good physical form. Hence, one has to prepare a minimum of one month before the start of the trek. Also, a physical fitness check-up is recommended.


  • Trek Grade: Strenuous to Moderate.
  • Minimum Number of Participants: 2 Persons.
  • Highest Point: Goechala Pass View Point (4775 m).
  • Highest Camp Site: Lamunee (4164 m).
  • Total number of days: 12 days.
  • No. of Days on the Trek: 7 Days.
  • Style of Trek: Camping (tents).
  • Starting Point: Bagdogra Airport/New Jalpaiguri Rail Station/Nepal Border.
  • Ending Point: Bagdogra Airport/New Jalpaiguri Rail Station/Nepal Border.
  • Best Season: March to June and September to December.
  • Trek Availability: Join a group trek (dates shown below). Private treks are available on request.
  • Customized private treks can also be arranged for a minimum of two people on request on a date of your choice.
Group Departure Dates for  Sikkim  Goecha la Trek 2024
17-29 March,2024 12-24 May,2024 27 Oct-08 Nov 2024
31 March–12 April 2024 22 Sept-04 Oct, 2024 10-22 Nov,2024
14-26 April,2024 29 Sept.–11 Oct. 2024 17–29 November 2024
28 April–10 May 2024 13-25 Oct,2024
Group Departure Dates for Sikkim  Goechala Trek 2025
16-28 March,2025 11-23 May,2025 26 Oct-07 Nov, 2025
30 March–11 April 2025 21 Sept-03 Oct, 2025 09-21 Nov,2025
13-25 April,2025 28 Sept.–10 Oct. 2025 16-28 Nov,2025
27 April–09 May 2025 12-24 Oct,2025


Day 1: Arrive at Bagdogra Airport/NJP Rail Station/Nepal Border. Drive to Gangtok (1622 m) on the 5-hour drive. Overnight Hotel.

Day 2: A day in Gangtok. Overnight Hotel (B/B only).

Day 3: Drive to Yuksom (1760 m/5 hours). Overnight Hotel/Lodge (B/B only).

Day 4: Sikkim Goechala Trek Starts. Trek to Bakhim (2975 m/11 km/6 hours). Overnight Tent.

  • Yuksom to Sachen ( 2185 m/7 km/3 hours)
  • Sachen to Bakhim (2975 m/4 km/3 hours)

The Goechala Trek is a great way to experience the beauty of Kanchenjunga National Park in Sikkim! The journey starts gently from Yuksom and takes you through dense forests and steep uphill climbs until you reach Bakhim, your first camping spot for the night. For the average trekker, this eleven-kilometer trek from Yuksom to Bakhim can take up to six to seven hours. But trust us, the views and the experience of setting up camp in the middle of this amazing landscape make it worth every second. So, come join us for the Goechala Trek in Sikkim and explore the beauty of this incredible region!

Please Note: In order to get acclimatized properly, it is also advisable to halt for the night at Sachen (2189), seven kilometers from Yuksom.

Day 5: Trek Bakhim to Dzongri (3950 m/11 km/6 hours). Overnight Tent.

  • Bakhim to Tchoka (3001 m/1 km)
  • Tchoka to Phedang (3496 m/6 km/3 hours): Steep uphill on a very rough trail.
  • Phedang to Derali Dara (3920 m/2 km/2 h): First 45 minutes through Rhododendron Forest on level track. Then a steep uphill on a barren hillside till Deorali Dara.
  • Deorali Dara to Dzongri (3950 m/2 km/1 hour): easy trek on a wide trail till Dzongri Camp Site.

Trekking to Dzongri from Bakhim is a 11.2 km uphill hike amidst the magical oak, rhododendron, and Magnolia forests of Kanchenjunga National Park. Starting with a gentle two-kilometer uphill trek till Tchoka, a former Tibetan settlement with a trekker’s hut, a monastery, and two small lodges.

The trail from Tchoka then ascends steeply on a rough 6-kilometer track to Phedang and then continues the uphill climb right up to Deorali Dara.

From here on, the trek to Dzongri is a gentle one with no uphill and with spectacular views of the Kanchenjunga Range and the Silver Fur and Rhododendron forests being replaced by small Cryptomeria bushes.

So, what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and join us for one of the best-kept secrets of Sikkim. We guarantee that you will have a unique and unforgettable experience.

Day 6: Rest Day at Dzongri. Early morning climb to Dzongri View Point for the morning views of the mountain range. Optional day hike to Dzongrilla Pass or Laxmi Pokhari. Overnight Tent.

The early morning trek to Dzongri View Point, or Dablakhang (4171 m), is worth the one hour of the climb as you get to witness the most beautiful sight of some of the tallest mountains in the Himalayas, all above 7000 m in height. This is what the Goechala Trek is all about: getting intimate with some of the highest mountains in the world.

Day 7: Trek Dzongri to Lamunee (4164 m/10.8 km/6 hours). Overnight in tents.

  • Dzongri to Kookrochoong (3925 m/4 km/2 hours): first 2 km on a slightly downhill trail. Then a steep downhill trek on a loose stone trail to Kookrochoong.
  • Kookrochoong to Thansing (3986 m/3 km/2 hours): 1 km is beside the river, and then a slight uphill till Thansing.
  • Thansing to Lamunee (4164 m/3.8 km/2 hours): easy trek on a wide trekking trail with no uphill trek till Lamunee.

Trekking from Dzongri to Thansing is a wonderful experience. This trek route winds through the Cryptomeria shrubs and provides an awe-inspiring view of the surrounding mountains. The trek from Dzongri to Lamunee is undoubtedly the best part of the Goechala Trek. With the Himalayan peaks in the background, the trek provides an opportunity to be close to these majestic peaks.

The only difficult part of this trek is the 2 KM downhill trek till the riverbed at Kookrochoong. Other than that, the route is quite easy and can be navigated with ease. The whole Thansing valley is situated at the foot of Mount Pandim and surrounded by high mountains on all sides. Trekkers can enjoy all the natural beauty of the mountains and the lush greenery in the region. Overnight stay in tents in the Thansing Valley at the foot of Mount Pandim is another major highlight of the trek.

Day 8: Trek to Goechala Pass View Point (4990 m). Return Trek to Kookrochoong (3725 m/14 km). Overnight in the tent.

Trekking to the Goechala Pass View Point is one of the most thrilling experiences you can have. This trek starts at 4 a.m. and is the longest, with almost 15 km to cover. The Goechala Pass is situated at an altitude of 17,000 feet and offers spectacular views of the Kanchenjunga Range.

The trek is filled with adventure, as you have to cross the sacred Samiti Lake at 4210 m before reaching the Goechala View point. The trek is a little strenuous and requires a certain level of physical fitness. From the view point, you can witness the mesmerizing sunrise on the snow-clad peaks of the Kanchenjunga Range.

After spending some time soaking in the breathtaking views, you will make your way back to the campsite at Lamunee for breakfast. After a well-deserved rest, you will head down the Thansing Valley in a leisurely manner and camp for the night at Kookrochoong.

Day 9: Trek Kookrochoong to Tchoka (2975 m/9.55 km).  Overnight in tents.

  • Kookrochoong to Phedang (6 km/3 hours): easy trek through the forest.
  • Phedang to Tchoka ( 3.55 Km/2 hours): Steep Downhill Trek on a rough track till Tchoka

The trek to Tchoka from Kookrochoong is perhaps the easiest part of the Goechala Pass Trek in Sikkim. This trek route, the best trek route in India, is a paradise for nature lovers, boasting thick rhododendron and pine forests. With only a few uphill stretches until Phedang, where lunch will be served, the day’s trek is a great way to enjoy a leisurely hike in Sikkim.

After lunch at Phedang, the trek to Tchoka is a downhill journey, retracing the same path we took while climbing up to Dzongri. The downhill trek is a great way to relax and appreciate the nature around you as you make your way to the campsite at the end of the day. This part of the trek route gives a great opportunity to observe the lush green forests and vivid fauna of the Sikkim Himalayas.

Day 10: Trek Tchoka to Yuksom (1760 m/12 km). Lodge (B/B only).

Trek back to Yuksom on the same trail that you took while going up.

Day 11: Drive to Kalimpong (1200 m/4-5 hour drive). Hotel (B/B only)

Day 12: Drive to Bagdogra Airport, NJP Rail Station, or Nepal for the final departure. End of Sikkim Goechala Trek: 3 Hours Drive. The extension can be made to Darjeeling, Bhutan, and Nepal.

How much does this trek cost?

  • Goechala Trek Cost:  US$980/Person
  • Goechala Pass Cost Costs for Indian Nationals  Kindly request for quote in Indian Rupee

What is Included and Excluded in the Goechala Trek Cost?


  • Twin-share tent with a mattress during camping or trekking.
  • Hotel accommodation: twin share, including breakfasts.
  • Fully organized trek services with a guide, porters, and camping equipment.
  • All fixed three meals every day during trekking or camping.
  • All road transport is as per itinerary by car or Jeep.
  • Service of an English-speaking guide.
  • Entrance fees to monuments visited.
  • All Permits for Darjeeling and Sikkim.


  • Sleeping bag; personal clothing or equipment.
  • Lunches and dinners during hotel stay
  • Bottled or alcoholic drinks.
  • Tips, client insurance, and evacuation costs.
  • Any expenses of a personal nature.

Note: The above Goechala Pass trek itinerary is a sample, intended to give you a general idea of the likely trip schedule. Numerous factors, such as weather, road conditions, the physical ability of the participants, etc., may dictate itinerary changes either before departure or while on the trail. We reserve the right to change this schedule in the interest of the trip participant’s safety, comfort, and general well-being. A customized itinerary can also be prepared as per your convenience.

(All relevant terms and conditions apply.).







    • Goechala Pass Trek Cost : US$980/person
    • Goechala Pass Trek Cost for Indians : Request quote in Indian Rupee


  • Twin share tent with mattress during camping or trekking.
  • Hotel accommodation: twin share, including breakfasts.
  • Fully organized trek services with guide, porters, and camping equipment.
  • All fixed three meals every day during trekking or camping.
  • All road transport is as per itinerary by car or Jeep.
  • Service of an English-speaking guide.
  • Entrance fees to monuments visited.
  • All Permits for Darjeeling and Sikkim.


  • Sleeping bag; personal clothing or equipment.
  • Lunches and dinners during hotel stays.
  • Bottled or alcoholic drinks.
  • Tips, client insurance, and evacuation costs.
  • Any expenses of a personal nature.

(All Relevant Terms and Conditions apply.)





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