High Altitude Treks  
 

Trekking in Sikkim can be a wonderful experience - an antidote to city stress of daily life - and its memories are cherished lifelong. Most of the trekking routes are in remote areas having just a herders hut and some have nothing at all but just a wilderness and you wonder how they derive their names in the first place. While trekking one relish the pure air and the silence of the wilderness and feels the awakening of senses dulled by urban living. As one walks through the vales and dales past quaint villages, mountains take up strange and wonderful shapes and the beauty of the Himalayas unfolds before you. As you trek, identifying the peaks, mountains, rivers and places around you becomes a good past time. And whether you can climb the next hilltop becomes more important than anything else in life. From a distance these mountains seem formidable and unapproachable but as you near them they seem to welcome you into a forest, vibrant with life.

 
     
 

Trekking is for all age groups. One does not have to be a professional climber to enjoy the serenity and sublime beauty of the mountains. Although each and every nook and corner of Sikkim - from sultry tropical forest in the south to howling wilderness in the north, or razor's edge Singalila range in the west to undulating Chola range in the east is a trekker's paradise, following are some of the most rewardable high altitude treks we operate.

 
     
 

Our treks in Sikkim are supported by a team of Dzo?s (mixture of Yak & cow) or ponies. Tents, food, baggage, accompany us each day. This leaves you with just to carry a daypack with water bottle, camera, your valuables and walking part. Everyday, the camp will be set by the trekking staff, hot meals cooked by trained and professional cooks will be served, The guides have been trained to select the best available campsites based on the itinerary and also take decision in case of emergency or mountain sickness.

 
     
  Papers needed for Trekking Permit for Foreign Nationals:  
  1. Photocopy of India Visa
2. Photocopy of Passport where the information below should be mentioned:
 
   ? Date of Birth,
 ? Date of Issue of Passport,
 ? Date of expiry of passport,
 ? Passport Issuing authority,
 ? Nationality and Permanent address ,
 ? Person to be contacted in emergency with address and phone number.
 ? Occupation.
 
  3. Photocopy of Sikkim Inner Line Permit
4. Passport size photos, min.2 nos.
 
     
  What to bring on a Trek:  
 

You will require a Good attitude*, A small Good Backpack, Good sleeping bags with inners*, personal medicines*, walking sticks*, water bottles-refillable*,Used trekking boots or to use them before the trek if it's a new pair, sun glasses, sunscreen lotion, insect repellents, sufficient camera rolls, warm jacket ,caps, gloves, Extra pair of cotton socks ( Minimum 4 Pairs), Extra pairs of underwear?s and Banyans, toilet paper rolls, 3 pairs of T-Shirts to wear while trekking During daytime, windcheaters, waterproof camera bags, rain coat, heavy woolens for the night as temperatures in the mountains can be very rude in the night fall, thermal wear, battery backups, Torch / Flash Lights, Notebook and Pen, small back pack for personal carry, medical and cancellation insurance and lots of Energy-You will require lots of it..

 
     
     

Contact Us

TAMU TOURS & TREKS
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Address - CHURCH ROAD, NEAR PELLING TAXI STAND, GANGTOK-737101, SIKKIM-INDIA
Phone no. +91-9832564013, +91-03592-206888, +91-9002069916,
Website : www.sikkimtravel.in   Email : sikkim444@gmail.com
Specialized in :- Package Tours Trekkings to Sikkim, Darjeeling, Guwahati, Shillong, Kaziranga and with other parts of India, Nepal & Bhutan, Expeditions, Trekking, Rafting, Riverside Camping, Monastic Tours ,Corporate Tours, Village tours, Study tours, Bird-watching, Anthropology, Mountain biking and more .



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