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Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek, Dzongri Trek, YuksomDzongri Trek, Singalila Trek, Trekking to Goecha La, Yambong Singalila Trek, Sikkim Dzongri Trek, Tholung Trek, Versay Trek, Tosar Lake Trek, Green Lake Trek, Lhaba Tarum Tsachu Trek, Everest Singalila Trek and many more.

Boasting of immensely beautiful natural backdrops and vast expanses of wilderness, Sikkim is often celebrated as one of the bountifully kept secrets of the Himalayas. Bordered by Nepal, Bhutan and China, Sikkim is credited for the diverse flora and fauna, splendid culture and awe-inspiring landscapes which are worth cherishing. Not only is Sikkim the most scenic destination in the Himalayas but also a haven for avid trekkers.

With a number of blossoming trekking routes, Sikkim offers the enriching experience of exploring the picturesque valleys, expansive meadows, mountain passes, shimmering lakes, lush greenery and sparkling rivers. The best trekking tours in Sikkim are a glorious opportunity to scale the towering peaks and savor the adrenaline rush that keeps you going. If you have decided to take a trip to Sikkim, add a trekking tour to your itinerary and you will forever feel more content with your vacation.

The stunning state of Sikkim has earned the reputation for blossoming treks and always extending a warm welcome to adventure junkies. With easy, moderate and difficult treks, Sikkim has added a new meaning to trekking in the midst of green cloaked hills and gushing streams. The easy treks like Sikkim Darjeeling trek and Yuksom-Dzongri-Goecha La trek are ideal for beginners presenting a mix of thrill and fun. Some moderate treks like Singalila Ridge & Goecha La and Green Lake allow avid trekkers to relish the allure of Himalayas with average elevation ranging from 2500m to 4800m.

And for the experts, the high altitude treks like Sikkim Kanchenjunga trek and Kanchenjunga Base Camp in Sikkim take the meaning of challenge and adventure to a different scale. The beautiful trails in Sikkim offer one of the most unforgettable experience of life as you develop a close friendship with nature and conquer your fears. Push your limits and indulge in a trekking expedition to discover the Himalayas like never before in the midst of the captivating beauty of Sikkim. Read on to find the best trekking tours in Sikkim for an awe-inspiring and adventurous vacation.

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20 November 2018
About the operators: Thrillophilia ties up with trek operators for this amazing trek. The team that carries the group is well trained, well versed and allows the trekkers to focus on their trekking. To provide service at such altitude with smile on face is bliss. They also have some hidden gems planned during the trek for people to be pleasantly surprised. Our trek guide Premtuk is an old hand and lives in Yaksum region. His ability to guide the team as well as captain the support staff was fantastic. He also made sure that trekkers were absolutely taken care off. He had excellent support staff and 12 horses to make sure that we had a glitch-free day’s and nights. Tenzing, vijay and others who worked tirelessly and with laughter all the time made the time memorable. About the trek: this trek offers variety for a serious trekker. The trails and paths are not the same throughout or even different times of the year. It has varied degree of difficulty and hence one needs to be physically and mentally prepared to harness the strength. One connects to self and nature throughout and comes back rejuvenated. It’s not just the moments of seeing sunrise or the summit from various points or watching Mt Pantim alone that takes your breath away but also the journey. It’s a pilgrimage to your own inner self that one ends up discovering. Finally few words of suggestions: for city dwellers who come for this trek, it’s a great idea to come and stay In yuksam few days in advance and do some of other amazing treks. Not only it helps in acclimatisation but also allows you to soak in local culture and food.
"The beauty of this trek is all about the landscape. You start of the trek from dense forest with fresh streams and then to Rhododendron trees when you gain altitude , later which you would come across a beautiful valley overlooking Mt Kanchenjunga. Try out the local cuisine in Yuksom. Thukpa and Chang are two things you need to try out. Although the trek is not recommended for first time trekkers you can still give it a shot provided you are fit and have taken all the items in checklist. "
16 October 2015
Trekking in the state of Sikkim is very different and a unique experience that you would not gain from trekking in any other part of India. The Indian Himalayas trek in Sikkim is awesome and a must take. What we enjoyed the most were the mountains, the trek trails, the people and their unique culture. This was a sharp contrast to our habits and culture. The trek is not that difficult and it is in fact very much feasible to be taken even by a first timer as well. The trekking was very nicely planned and organized with perfect budget. Do try this trek.
01 July 2015
Located in the state of Sikkim, this Goecha La trek is my dream and desire come true. This trek is a treat to all the adventure lovers who are in our country or visit our country. This place is nestled midst colourful, unique, and vibrant flora and fauna. This trek also paves way to the astounding Kanchenjunga National Park that can be visited in a day. This trek is an opulent beauty as it opens doors to murky valleys, snow clad mountain peaks, astonishing lakes, and lovely rivers in Sikkim. I was just marvelled at the spectacular beauty of this place.
14 September 2015
I am madly and deeply in love with Sikkim. I can't believe a place like this can be so beautiful and still people are unaware about it. Walking through narrow pathways and tiny hamlets on the way make this place all the more interesting and worth the effort.
09 February 2021
Every year me and my 4 friends plan a trek to some of the treacherous places. This year was no different, especially after a long spell of staying and working from home. We went ahead with the idea but this time we booked with Thrillophilia for a luxurious camping experience. And, trust me when I say this, we had a spectacular trekking experience from the minute we arrived in Darjeeling. We had an adventurous drive to Yuksom, trespassing the Teesta river. We continued uphill and crossed the Legship bridge only to reach a Yuksom hotel where Thrillophilia had booked our stays. The minute I checked in we could not believe we could get such a place for just a day of our stay as the hotel was clean, with staff ensuring sanitization at every cost. I was amazed at how it was arranged- overnight staying in tents, camps and huts even at remote locations of Tshoka, Samiti lake, Thangshing, and Dzongri. We did share out tents but an expert team ensured safety by having a first-aid-kit in hand at all times. A big thanks to Thrillophilia for arranging all the necessary permits and managing the entry fee at places required. Totally recommend Thrillophilia if you desire a mix of sightseeing, camping, trekking and not just hiking!
23 February 2020
Very well managed trekking experience we had on our trip. The camps were clean and well managed. The guide was super fantastic and helped us entirely right from the starting, he briefed us about all the way and do’s and don’ts. the stays were comfortable and food also must take proper rest at nights so you can be charged for the next day. Good to go.
14 February 2020
We were 8 friends and we had a lot of experience in trekking, this was extremely joyful and had a lot of workout during this, I would recommend you this trek as its experience is unforgettable and different from any other trekking. The heavy snow in the valley makes it even more memorable but take care of the guide instructions as this place is risky too.
16 March 2020
I have done many treks and then our group decided to finally go for this one, firstly this is very long trek and you must be well prepared with stamina and willpower. The guide was knowledgeable and cheering, everything was well arranged and we had an awesome trek. This place is very beautiful, adventure seekers must try this one, this is the best.
02 March 2020
It was my first trekking experience, but I was with my 5 other friends and they all had a good experience, we did this trek and had a super amazing experience. the guide was experienced and well mannered. He arranged everything nicely.

People Also Ask About Trekking in Sikkim

  1. Which are the best treks in Sikkim?

    1. Goecha La Trek: Goecha La Trek is one of the most beautiful treks in Sikkim. While going on this trek, you can explore rhododendron, pine forest, and oak trees. This trek takes you through a few beautiful landscapes of the Himalayan range. Also, you can come across the magnificent view of Kanchenjunga along with other 14 prominent summits, like Mt. Pandim, Mt. Thingchinkhang, Mt. Jopuno. The landscape is filled with lush green meadows and exotic flowers.
    Being the best trek in India, this trek in Sikkim is a naturalist's paradise and an attractive destination for mountaineering.

    Best Time to Visit:- April to May and September to November
    Trek Duration:-11 Days
    Altitude: 16,200 ft.

    2. Rhododendron Trek: This trek takes you through the most beautiful landscape, where the pathway is filled with beautifully scented flowers in various colours and sizes. This trek covers the land of beautiful Rhododendrons, which is also a reason behind the name of this trek. The scenic beauty of attractive meadows and the lush green garden of these flowers add the cherry on the top to this trek.
    Along with it you can have a superb view of Kanchenjunga and Mount Pandim. Being short on time, this is one of the best suitable treks for you.

    Best Time to Visit:- April to mid-May
    Trek Duration: 10 to 11 days
    Altitude: 1728 meters

    3. Dzongri Trek: This trek is perfect for both adventure lovers and nature lovers. One can find snow-capped mountains and stunning hamlets alongside. Dzongri trek routes you through the mesmerizing view of Mt. Pandim 6691m, Mt. Kabur north 7338m, Mt. Kabur south 7317m, Mt. Kumbhakarna. For bird lovers, this is a place where you can find some of the rare and exotic species. 

    Best Time to Visit:- March – October
    Trek Duration: 11 Days
    Altitude: 4020 meters

    4. Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek: Trekking in Sikkim is always filled with adventure and fun, and Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek is nothing less. This trek takes you through the most overwhelming trails of the Himalayas, and being quite steep, it is considered one of the most adventurous treks in Sikkim. It offers a majestic view of Mt. Kanchenjunga. From Yuksom, the trail routes through Tshoka, Thangsing, Dzongri, Lamune, Goecha La, Samiti, and Kokchorung. 

    Trek Duration: 11 to 12 Days
    Best Time to Visit: March to May or if you like snow-clad mountains, then between September and November are the month to be.
    Altitude: 17,000 ft

    5. Green Lake Trek: This is the most unexplored trek in Sikkim and is surrounded by sharp-edged mountains and colourful meadows. The beautiful scenery while trekking takes you through the rare orchids and vibrant panoramic scenes. This is one of the cleanest and peaceful treks where you can see misty Kanchenjunga and other Himalayan abodes.

    Altitude: 5050 meters
    Trek Duration: 16 days
    Best Time to Visit: April or October

    6. Varsey Trek: Filled with red and pink rhododendrons, this trek takes you up to a height of 3300 meters. This trek is perfect for amateur mountaineers. The vibrant colours of hills and valleys offer you a mesmerizing and soulful experience while trekking in Sikkim.

    Altitude: 3060 meters
    Trek Duration: 7 to 8 Days
    Best Time to Visit: April and May
  2. Which are the best short treks in Sikkim?

    1. Darap Village: A tribal place and the tribe lives here are called Limboo. If you have reached Sangchillong, this is the place to trek through. While trekking one can experience the diversities of nature. As you trek along the unique tribal Limbo dance will make you groove.

    2. Damthang to Tendong: Damthang to Tendong is a short trek where you can easily take a troll and enjoy the scenic beauty around. Situated almost 14 km from Namchi, this trek is all covered with dense green forests. Enjoy trekking in Sikkim on this amazing trek that is wrapped by Chola, Kachendzonga, Singalila, and Gurudongmar from all sides.

    3. Pemayangtse to Sangachoeling: A combination of scenic beauty and adventure, this 1 hr short trek that joins two monasteries, is most loved by those looking for tranquillity. 

    4. Hillary to Varsey: If looking for a track that is both beautiful and adventurous, Hillary to Varsey is the best option. This trek leads you to Varsey Rhododendron Sanctuary, where you can witness beautifully planted trees and animals.

    5. Ravangla to Maenam Hill Top: At an altitude as high as 7400 feet in south Sikkim, Rabangla leads you to the mountain's highest point and is considered an ideal spot for people looking for a short trek in Sikkim. The rarely found birds like blue-fronted redstart, laughing thrush, and bubbler green-backed tit are the centre of attraction. The trek route from Ravangla to Maenam Hilltop is quite scenic and lets you visit the Maenam Wildlife Sanctuary. On a smog-free day, you can view the majestic Khangchendzonga Range.
  3. When is the best time to visit Sikkim for trekking?

    Any time except the monsoon is considered suitable for trekking in Sikkim. July and August are the seasons of heavy rainfall, and it is too risky to be in this place due to the chances of landslides. Rest it solely depends on your purpose to visit Sikkim.

    If you like snow and want to see snowfall in front of your eyes, the peak time of winter, i.e., months of December and January, is a perfect time. The summers in Sikkim are also quite pleasant as the temperature never exceeds a figure of 26 degree Celsius. One can experience a rich landscape in this season.

  4. How can I reach Sikkim?

    Sikkim is well connected by all different means of transportation. But, since it is a mountain territory, it does not have a railway station. Bagdogra serves as the nearest airport which is at a distance of 120 km from Sikkim.


    You can even take a helicopter ride to reach Sikkim. Sikkim is near to the railway stations of Siliguri and New Jalpaiguri railway station. Moreover, you can board a bus to reach Sikkim.

  5. How difficult is the Kanchenjunga trek?

    The toughness of this Kanchenjunga trek can be estimated by the highest point measurement, which is 5200 meters from the sea level. From moderate to tough, as the altitude increases, the difficulty level also increases. Being so famous, it still receives lesser trekkers compared to Everest and Annapurna region. This trek ranges in between 20 and 24 days. It requires a 6 to 8 hours walk every day. This continuous walking every day requires a lot of stamina. Also, if there is snow, this can mislead your path, and the chances of days may increase. Also, this is a common rule for every trek where the monsoon season is the time that one should always avoid trekking. Hence here, sufficient acclimatization is essential.
  6. How much does it cost to climb Kanchenjunga?

    Trekking to Kanchenjunga may cost you somewhere near INR 16000 to INR 18000 and is considered as one of the breathtaking treks in India. 
  7. How long is the Sandakphu Trek?

    It is 65km long, and this trek takes you to the highest point in West Bengal. This trek in Sikkim starts from Jaubhari (6,400 ft). It then takes you to Sandakphu at 11,950 ft, which is the highest point in West Bengal. After that, you will head down to Sepi (6,243 ft) for around 6 days. This trek is all full of long and steep ascents and descents, so always be prepared. 
  8. Is it safe to trek in Sikkim?

    Sikkim has been rated the safest places in India, thus, we can conclude that it is completely safe to plan a trekking getaway in Sikkim. This destination serves some of the most exquisite trekking locations which have been enticing tourists ever since.


    Sikkim attracts tourists and pilgrims throughout the year. However, there are many treks that are difficult in nature and might require expert guidance and additional safety precautions.

  9. Which is the highest peak for trekking in Sikkim?

    Goecha La Trek is one of the highest peaks in India. This trails through spreads of green and rhododendron flowers while witnessing the sunlit peak of Mount Kanchenjunga which is at a height of 28169 ft. or 8586 metres.


    Goecha La is anothermost beautiful Himalayan treklocation, famous for its spectacular views of mountain peaks, especially the southwest side of Mount Kanchenjunga. Being the third highest peak in the world it be seen from the top of Goecha La.


    Apart from this, you can enjoy a beguiling view of 14 other mountain peaks from Goecha La. Goecha La trek has a distance of 90 km which has to be covered in a period of few days, but it is expected to become easier to hike as you get the hang of it.

  10. How difficult is Goechala Trek?

    Goechala Trek is one of the most demanding and challenging treks in Sikkim. It initially offers moderate terrain till 1600 ft. However, as one moves further to height, it transforms into a steep trail. Though the result after crossing this difficulty is the legendary Mt. Kanchenjunga. This trek lasts for 11 days, and one needs to walk for 90 km to complete this. Hence this is long and tiring.

    This trekking requires a physically fit person as the altitude is high of 16,200 ft that may cause breathing issues at height.
  11. Can I do YuksomDzongri Trek? What sort of trek is it?

    This is one of the famous short heightened treks in Gangtok. It is comparatively low in altitude than its peer, Goecha La. This trek initiates from Yuksom and ends at Yuksom.


    Offering pristine views of meadows and grasslands, this trekking destination is a traveller’s dream and is often called as “Walking in Paradise’. It will cost you around 20,000 INR per person.

  12. What sort of trek is Tholung Trek? How much will it cost me?

    Embark on this amazing journey from Bagdogra and meander in the tea plantations, spreads of flora and fauna, witnessing cows and yaks on your way up the hill.


    Tholung trek in North Sikkim is famous for its alluring rivers, lakes and tropical forests. You will have to pay the cost according to the package you select or the days you require to hike.

  13. Can I do Kanchenjunga Base camp Trek? What is the difficulty level?

    Yes, one can enjoy the picturesque Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek in Sikkim. Mount Kanchenjunga at an altitude of 8,586 metres is the third highest peak in the world and can be seen from the top of Goecha La, standing in parts in Sikkim and partly in Nepal.


    Kanchenjunga trek is considered as one of the most adventurous peaks. This peak offers some challenging yet delightful trails and is undertaken by trekkers from different parts of the world. This trek has the highest elevation of 5200 metres, thus, serving as a perfect climb for the adventure seekers.


    This trek is really lengthy and will kick through your adrenaline spine. It is a moderately difficult level of trekking. The best month to visit Kanchenjunga Base camp in summers is from March to May as this is the most pleasant time for trekking in this area.

  14. What is special about Green Lake Trek? Is it a difficult trekking option?

    Green Lake Trek initiates from the beautiful Thangu valley and is situated at the base camp of Mt. Khangchendzonga. It is a melodious trek of North Sikkim, perched on the Zemu Glacier which passes through the meadows of the World Heritage Site of Kanchendzonga National Park.


    This trek takes you to the sprawling green landscape, dotted with few alpine trees and a serene lake situated at the base of third highest mountain. Green Lake base camp is more than 5,000 metres above sea level and is totally worth experiencing. This trekking trail can be climbed in the months of April and October.

  15. What is YamongSingalila Trek? Is it worth trekking it?

    Yamong in Singalila serves as an exotic trekking location where you can enjoy a rare view of five summits including Mt. Everest and Kanchendzonga. It is a high altitude strenuous trek which requires you to be fit and healthy.

    This trek is a moderately rated trail. The climb to YambongSingalila requires 10-15 days of hiking on the path and this peak has an altitude of 5000 metres high. This place can be favourably visited from June to September & October to Mid-November.

  16. How difficult is LhabaTarumTsachu Trek? How many days are required to complete it?

    The LhabaTarumTsachu trek is celebrated for being among the best high altitude treks located in the region of Sikkim. LhabaTarumTsachu Trek is located in Gangtok and is just a 16 km distance to the tall and famous kanchendzonga peak.

    This is a slightly moderate trek which gets difficult at times. It is a 5-10 days hike depending on the speed you travel with. Apparently, the best season to plan your trek to LhabaTarumTsachuis from March till June and from August till November.

  17. Is it worth doing Versay Trek? What sort of trek is it?

    The Versay trek initiates at Bagdogra and finally reaches the Versay though areas of Hilley, Dentam and Soreng. This is a fairly easy trek of 3060 m which could be completed in about a week’s span.
    You can indulge in joy of bird watching and meandering in the shaded journey of rhododendrons or discovering the wildlife. It is a famous trek known for blooming rhododendrons. Hilley is the most accessible place from where Versay is just 4 km away and this trek is also called as a soft trek.
    The best time to visit Varsey is during the springtime which comprises of the months of April and May when the whole area turns really beautiful.

  18. What things must I carry while going for trekking in Sikkim?

    Trekking in Sikkim requires you to be well equipped. You must carry these mandatory items when planning the trek:

    • Walking stick
    • Map
    • Binoculars
    • Sleeping bag
    • Hiking shoes
    • Woolen clothes
    • Water, juices and energy drinks
    • Easy to eat snacks
    • Electric torch
    • Scissors
    • Sunglasses
    • Medical kit : equipped with medicines for motion sickness, fever and food poisoning
    • A good compass
    • An extra pair of clothes