Sikkim Tour Package Nestling as it does in the Himalayan mountains, the territory of Sikkim is described by sloping landscape. Nearly the whole state is bumpy, with a rise extending from 280 meters (920 ft) to 8,585 meters (28,000 ft). The summit of Kangchenjunga - the worlds third-most elevated pinnacle - is the states most noteworthy point, arranged on the outskirt amongst Sikkim and Nepal. Generally, the land is unfit for farming on account of the rough, steep slants. Be that as it may, some slope slants have been changed over into porch ranches. Various snow-nourished streams have cut out waterway valleys in the west and south of the state. These streams join into the major Teesta River and its tributary, the Rangeet, which move through the state from north to south. About 33% of the state is intensely forested.
Sikkim Tour the Himalayan Mountains encompass the northern, eastern and western fringes of Sikkim. The Lower Himalayas, lying in the southern scopes of the state, are the most thickly populated. The state has 28 mountain tops, more than 80 ice sheets, 227 high-elevation lakes (counting the Tsongmo, Gurudongmar and Khecheopalri Lakes), five noteworthy hot springs, and more than 100 waterways and streams. Eight mountain passes associate the state to Tibet, Bhutan and Nepal.
Day 01 : Kathmandu- Darjeeling. Flight from Kathmandu to Bhadrapur and drive 4 hours to Darjeeling through winding roads through green tea estates. Overnight hotel.
Day 02 : Sightseeing of Darjeeling
Day 03 : Darjeeling to Kalimpong
Day 04 : Kalimpong to Gangtok
Day 05 : Gangtok Sightseeing
Day 06 : Gangtok to Bagdogra airport or Siligurhi or Nepal border. It is 4 hours drive to Bagdogra airport from where you can fly to Delhi and Kolkota: Or you can drive 4-5 hours to Nepal border town (Kakarbhitta).