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Nestled amidst the eastern Himalayas in India lies the enchanting state of Sikkim, a gem of the northeastern region. Despite being one of India's smallest states, its significance is immense, bordered by the Tibetan Autonomous Region of China to the north and northeast, Bhutan to the southeast, West Bengal to the south, and Nepal to the west. The capital, Gangtok, sits gracefully in the southeast, surrounded by awe-inspiring landscapes.

Renowned for its biodiversity and diverse climates ranging from alpine to subtropical, Sikkim boasts the majestic Kangchenjunga, India's highest peak and the world's third-highest mountain. Khangchendzonga National Park, covering over a third of the state, adds to its natural allure.

Once an independent entity, Sikkim became an Indian protectorate in 1950 and attained statehood in 1975. Despite its small size, its strategic location along international borders renders it politically and strategically vital to India.

Sikkim's beauty is unparalleled in the northeastern part of India, offering a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Whether you're a mountain enthusiast or not, Sikkim's tranquil landscapes, highlighted by the benevolent presence of Kanchenjunga, provide a rejuvenating retreat, especially during the scorching heat of May.

As an ethereal gateway to the Himalayas, Sikkim beckons travelers with its breathtaking scenery, from lush green meadows to vibrant groves and serene waterfalls. Beyond its picturesque façade, Sikkim caters to every tourist, whether you're a nature lover, adventure seeker, or spiritual wanderer. And let's not forget the culinary delights that will tantalize your taste buds and evoke heavenly sensations.

In essence, Sikkim is a must-visit destination, offering a harmonious blend of natural beauty, cultural richness, and spiritual tranquillity.

  • Nearest Town: Kalasa
  • Duration of the event: Two Day
  • Total distance: 20 Km (Half Marathon Distance) Approx (Both the ways)
  • Transportation: Provided by “Miles to Trek”
  • Food: Provided by “Miles To Trek”2 Breakfast – 1 Lunch 1 Dinner
  • Accommodation: Homestay


Day 1: Bagdogra to Gangtok (135 km / approx 4.30 hrs)
  • Arrive at Bagdogra airport or NJP railway station and proceed to Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim. Enjoy a picturesque drive through the Himalayan hills, passing Tista Bazaar. Check into your hotel and spend the evening at leisure. Explore MG Road around the Mall to experience the charm of Gangtok's hill city life. Overnight stay in Gangtok.
Day 2: Gangtok to Lachen (120 km / 5 hrs / Alt. 8,500 ft)
  • After breakfast, drive to Lachen. En route, visit Kabi Lungchok, Shinghik for views of Kanchenjunga, Chungthang, and Vimala Falls. Reach Lachen, a base for the Green Lake trek. Overnight stay in Lachen.
Day 3: Excursion to Gurudongmar. Lachen to Lachung (50 km / 2 hrs)
  • Early morning, visit Thangu Village and Chopta Valley, then drive to Gurudongmar Lake close to the Tibet border. Return to Lachen for lunch and then drive to Lachung via Chungthang. Overnight stay in Lachung.
Day 4: Excursion to Yumthang. Lachung to Gangtok (24 km / Alt. 11,800 ft)
  • Early morning, visit Yumthang Valley and Yumesamdong. En route, visit Sulphur Hot Spring, Handicraft Centre, and Lachung Monastery. After lunch, drive back to Gangtok. Overnight stay in Gangtok.
Day 5: Excursion – Tsomgo Lake & Baba Mandir (Nathula Pass Optionally)
  • After breakfast, embark on an excursion to Tsomgo Lake and Baba Mandir. Optionally, visit Nathula Pass (permit required). Return to Gangtok in the evening and explore M G Marg for shopping and local delicacies. Overnight stay in Gangtok.
Day 6: Namchi - Ravangla / Overnight at Pelling
  • After breakfast, proceed to sightseeing at Namchi and Ravangla. Reach Pelling and overnight stay.
Day 7: Pelling Sightseeing
  • Explore Pelling and visit local monasteries, Pelling Sky Walk, and Chenrezig Statue. Overnight stay in Pelling.
Day 8: Pelling to Bagdogra
  • Check out early morning and drive to Bagdogra for your onward journey. Fly back home with cherished memories.


What is included in the tour
  • Stay in comfortable, clean and hygienic triple sharing accommodation / home stays
  • Internal travel during the trip, inclusive of the pickup and drop facility to the Bagdogra Airport
  • Breakfast and Dinner provided during Sikkim backpacking trip
  • All permits, entries etc.during Sikkim backpack tour
  • Services of an expert Treks and Trails buddy during Sikkim backpacking trip
  • 5% GST

Note: Booking refundable air tickets through reputable platforms like Make My Trip or Yatra Portal is indeed a wise choice, especially for flexibility in travel plans. It's important to prioritize peace of mind, particularly in the face of potential last-minute changes or cancellations.

What is NOT included in the tour
  • Travel cost of arrival to Bagdogra Airport on Day 1
  • Travel cost of departure from Bagdogra Airport on Day 8
  • Nathula Pass & Zero Point Permit
  • Day 1 Breakfast, Day 8 Breakfast
  • Food during the transit to and from Bagdogra Airport
  • Any personal expenses made during the Sikkim backpack trip
  • Any other item that is not specified under cost inclusions

Things to Carry

  • Valid Identity Proof (Passport / Voter ID Card), along with 5 Photocopies for each document.
  • 5 Passport Size Color Photographs
  • Water Bottles
  • A light-weighted Haversack or Backpack, and a smaller Day Sack
  • Good pair of trekking shoes, and a pair of flip-flops
  • Woolen Gloves, woolen socks, Monkey Cap/Balaclava, Neck Scarf
  • Thermal Inners
  • Snow Jackets and Fleece Jackets
  • Waterproof gloves and windcheater/poncho
  • Personal clothing (Dressing Moderately is mandatory to visit Monasteries and Dzongs)
  • Cap, sunglasses, scarf
  • Camera, Binoculars (Optional)
  • Toiletries – Sunscreen, Moisturizer, Light towel, Lip balm, Wet wipes, Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Hand Sanitizer
  • Extra Polythene Bags (To segregate used/ unused garments, wet/ dry clothing)
  • Any medicines that you consume normally, post consulting a doctor
  • Mosquito repellent
  • Snacks & Biscuits to munch on (Optional)
  • Enerzyl Powder or Glucon D powder


Kodachadri trekking and camping located on the edges of Karnataka, sanctified with some of the most enchanting landscapes. Abode to abundant peaks and waterfalls. Kodachadri, the tenth highest peak of Karnataka, gets its name from Kodacha and Adri, signifying ‘home of the hill jasmine flowers’ in the local dialect. Otherwise called the Jasmine of Hills, the peak of Kodachadri is an ideal canvas to the setting of the renowned Mookambika Temple and the Mookambika National Park. Residing at the focal point of this National Park, Kodachadri bestows various opportunities to wildlife and trekking buffs. Kodachadri Trek is taking off high at a rise of 4406 feet; the Kodachadri summit is a dramatic peak with dense forest swathe surrounding it. Likewise, it is a characteristic territory to the dazzling scope of biodiversity, for example, Malabar Pied Hornbill, Malabar Languor, and Indian Rock Python , alongside mountain vegetation and indigenous fauna.

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