Sikkim is located in the northeastern part of India, in the eastern Himalayas. It is one of the smallest states in India - Clean, green and 'all organic' since 2016. Sikkim is mostly a maze of plunging, super-steep valleys thick with lush subtropical woodlands and rhododendron groves, rising in the north to the spectacular white-top peaks of the eastern Himalaya. Join us on this exploration to lush green alpine valleys, majestic waterfalls and old-fashioned roads with a mix of tarmac roads which were once a part of the ancient silk route. This makes Sikkim a must do motorcycle travel destination.
You will be riding our Royal Enfields through those long serene roads and completely off roads to explore the stunning beauty of a unique North Indian state – Sikkim. Feel the thrill as you ride through the amazing beauty of the region. Meet the local people and learn about their day to day life. Also, get an insight into the culture and the traditions that they follow. It is definitely an adventure of a lifetime!

8 Nights 9 Days 03 Nov, 03 Nov, 03 Nov, and more Gangtok, Sikkim
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What is included in the tour

  • Stay – Guesthouse and Camping
  • Breakfast & Dinner
  • Utility Support vehicle & Motorbike Mechanic for the entire tour
  • 500cc Royal Enfield Bikes and fuel from Day 2 to Day 8
  • Inner Line Permits 

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Transportation till Starting point and back from End Point
  • Lunch & Snacks / Beverages
  • Items of personal nature like drinks, laundry, telephone calls, tips, camera fees etc
  • Anything other than above mention inclusions
  • Feast your eyes on fertile green alpine valleys, magnificent waterfalls and old-fashioned roads with a mix of tarmac roads
  • Get the rich feel of travelling along the ancient silk route makes Sikkim a must do motorcycle travel destination.
  • Stopover Gangtok city, Aritar, Rangpo, Mangan and the Zuluk silk route
  • Witness the natural grandeur of Tsomgo lake, Kabi Lungchok, Yumthang, Chunthang region along the expedition
  • Visit Zero point the last outpost of civilization
  • Experience pollution free reality in Lachen and Lachung, Gurudongmar Lake and Upper Dzongu

Day 1 –  Arrive at Bagdogra Airport. Transit to Siliguri to Gangtok. (5-6 hrs)
Day 2 –  Gangtok to Aritar via Rangpo (7-8 hrs)
Day 3 –  Aritar to Changu / Tsomgo Lake via Zuluk and reach Gangtok (6-7 hrs)
Day 4 –  Gangtok to Mangan via Kabi Lungchok. (5 hrs)
Day 5 –  Mangan to Yumthang via Lachung
Day 6 –  Yumthang to Zero Point to Lachen via Chungthang (8-9 hrs)
Day 7 –  Lachen to Gurudongmar Lake to Upper Dzongu. (7-8 hrs)
Day 8 –  Upper Dzongu to Gangtok
Day 9 –  Gangtok to Bagdogara  Airport via Siliguri (6/7 hrs)


Day 1 – Arrive at Bagdogara Airport (5-6 hrs)
Arrive at Bagdogara and reach Siligiri, 10 km far from Airport. You will begin your tour from Siligiri to Gangtok along Teesta River and get a first sight of the Himalayas. Post check-in at hotel in Gangtok, rest for a while and explore the beautiful city . There will be a round of introduction and briefing of the entire expedition.

Day 2 – Gangtok to Aritar via Rangpo (3-4 hrs)
Post breakfast, our first day journey will be to Aritar (4600 ft) which is at the distance of 70 km via the Rangpo. Rest of the day is at leisure at Aritar and enjoy the evening at Aritar lake. Overnight in Aritar.

Day 3 – Aritar to Changu / Tsomgo Lake via Zuluk and reach Gangtok (7-8 hrs)
Today is an exciting day as you ride bikes on the famous Zuluk route. After morning breakfast we leave Aritar towards Tsomgo Lake. Enroute enjoy the beautiful village of Zuluk, located at a height of around 10,100 feet on the rugged terrain of the lower Himalayas. Zuluk is a hilltop and a transit point within the Silk Route. The road through Zuluk makes almost 32 hairpin turns to reach Lungthung, which makes it a unique engineering feat. On the way to Gangtok visit Tsomgo Lake or Changu Lake. Overnight in Gangtok.

Day 4 – Gangtok to Mangan via Kabi (5-6 hrs)
Post breakfast, we roll down towards Kabi Lungchok, is a historic site and serene destinations of the northern part of the state. Kabi is popular to both visitors and to the local inhabitants of the state, who often come here to see the stone monuments erected as a living reminder to the friendship that was attained by the Bhutia and the Lepcha chieftains. After exploring Kabi, take the metalled road to Mangan for about 50 km this ride will take you to a different world, so surreal. Witness the unthinkable beauty of nature in the rolling mountains, forested hills, warbling streams and scattered settlements. Mangan, the picturesque town adorned with unending beauty of nature, lures avid travelers who wish to soak in its breathtaking surroundings. On route you can witness Singhik viewpoint, Seven Sisters Water Falls. Stay at Mangan.

Day 5 – Mangan to Yumthang via Lachung (5-6 hrs)
Our ride today takes us to much higher altitude and tougher roads. Lachung is the gateway to Yumthang Valley is situated at an altitude of 11800 feet, also known as Valley of Flowers. Lachung offers stunning landscapes of glaciers, and the majestic snow covered Himalayas. The journey between the Lachung and Yumthang Village is breath taking and rhododendron sanctuary and sulphur spring come on the way. Camping stay at riverside in Yumthang valley.

Day 6 – Yumthang to Zero Point to Lachen via Chungthang (8-9 hrs)
Today we ride to Zero Point (Yumesamdong) at an altitude of 15,300 feet is when we touch the high altitude region of Sikkim. Zero point is where the road ends in India, before the Chinese border. After a warm cup of tea and snacks close to the India - China border, we retrace the ride back and head to the scarcely populated and quaint town - Lachen. Falling en-route, you will visit the Confluence of Lachen Chu and Lachung Chu at Chungthang, Bhim Nala Waterfall and Holy Rock at Chungthang. Lachen is a small settlement surrounded by snow-capped peaks and beautiful alpine meadows via Chungthang, situated at an altitude of 8838 feet. Overnight in Lachen

Day 7 – Lachen to Gurudongmar Lake to Upper Dzongu. (7-8 hrs)
Today is undoubtedly the best Sikkim has to offer in terms of landscape and bike riding. Start extremely early this morning, and have breakfast at Thangu before you proceed for an excursion trip through the Kanchenjunga National park, to Gurudongmar Lake. No words can describe the pristine beauty you will witness this day. Situated at an elevation of 17,100 feet (5148 meters), Gurudongmar Lake rests on the northern side of the Khangchengyao Range, in a high plateau area next to the Tibetan Plateau.
The lake is very close to the Indo - Tibet border and is considered special because a part of it never freezes even in the peak of winter. Get back on the road towards Dzongu Valley and Retrace the Chunthang and Mangan to reach the destination. After riding for 8-9 hours, reach Dzongu, Dzongu is one place in Sikkim where you can still experience the original Lepcha culture and practices. Lepchas are the original inhabitants of Sikkim although in subsequent times Bhutias from Tibet and Nepalese who came in from Nepal constituted the major population of the state. Overnight in Lingdem Homestay.

Day 8 – Upper Dzongu to Gangtok. (8-9 hrs)
Post Breakfast, Head to bubbling sulphurous hot spring in Lingdem Kayeem for a therapeutic swim in the chilly weather. The excellent views of the mountain are an added bonus. Then kick Start the bikes for the final lap of the tour on the way back to Gangtok. Retrace the Mangan route during today’s journey from Lingdem to Gangtok which is 70 km far. Overnight in guesthouse at Gangtok

Day 9 – Gangtok to  Bagdogara Airport via Siliguri
After breakfast go for souvenirs shopping at MG Road for your loved ones before leaving Gangtok. Then start driving to Bagdogra Airport via Siligiri to reach your onward destination. 

Thus your Sikkim Odyssey comes to an end with lots of new memories and experiences to take back.You can also find reviews of our participants on our Facebook Page
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