India

Sikkim

Should there be a Paradise on Earth It is here

Welcome to Gantok, capital of Sikkim. The land that unfolds your imagination.
Traversing through excitement, thrill, adventure and myriad of ecstasy and joy in flora, fauna,

landscape, white topped mountains and friendly people. It is our unique privilege to offer you the most exciting package Tours and Treks, and other adventure activities to places far from the maddening crowd and to the yet unknown interiors of the Himalayan regions of Sikkim. We offer the most cost-effective packages ideally planned, suited and tailor-made for exclusive and moderate categories of adventure lovers.

Enrty formalities

All foreigners intending to visit Sikkim can avail of 15 days permit. Permits for FITS and groups for restricted areas i.e. Phodong, Gantok, Rumtek and Pemayangtse can be obtained 24 hours in advance from all Indian Missions abroad with requisite documents. 10 Days extention can be made at Gantok.

Accesibility

By air: Bagdora is the nearest Airport 124 km from Gantok. Indian Airlines & Jet Airways operats flight from New Delhi, Calcutta and Guhati. From Nepal either can be flown to Bhadrapur or Biratnagar and then drive 146 km to Gantok.
By land: From Biratnagar 146 Km and Phuntsholing (Bhutan) 210km to Gantok.

Important Festival Dates Places

Saga Dawa Gantok
Drukpa Tseschi Gantok
Kagyed Dance Phodong/Rumtek
Pang Lobsang Pemayangtse
Lhosar All Sikkim
Tendong Hlo Rum Faat Gantok
Lahabab Duechen Gantok
Losoong Phodong/Gantok
Rumtek "Chhams"- Gurthor "Chhams" Rumtek

Climate:

(general) Days are normally warm. Nights can at times be very cool, and winter even below freezing. Monsoon showers occur in summer (Heaviest in July and August), and sometimes even in spring and autumn. The most visited months are March, April, May, September October and November. During these months you may expect mostly warm sunny days and cool/cold nights. Whereas rain or snow is not usual at these times, it is a possibility.

Ladakh

Ladakh has often changed names, all of which give a good description of the conditions prevailing in the region: Ladwags-land below the mountain passes; Bladwags: land of the lama; Maryul: the red country; Muah Ris bSsor Gsum: land to the west of Tibet. In the West it is sometimes referred to as Moon country and Little Tibet. Rather a long list of names for an area of 59,000 square kilometres having one of the lowest population densities in the world: 2 inhabitants per kilometre, 59,000 square kilometres of rocky desert, apparently inhospitable mountains, a world of bewitching silence, framed in a parallel fashion by two of the most imposing mountain ran ges, the Karakorams to the North, the Himalayas to the South.

If you fly from Srinagar, Delhi or even Jammu, you discern, hidden in this bewildering corridor of immensity, some green patches, some clusters of life. They seem to have been placed near young and powerful rivers, the Shayok, Siachen, Zanskar and Indus, to contrast harmoniously with the austere magnificence of the Ladakhi landscapes.