Bike Ride In Sikkim

Visit the veiled gems of Sikkim in a manner like never before, ride to Chungthang, where make sure you visit the Gurudwara, and then to Gangtok, where the sightseeing and exploration of Sikkim culture will welcome you with open hands. Head out to see the bubbling local market that lights up at dusk, offering travelers a great chance to get along with the locals and get acquainted with their culture. You will also pass through the exhilarating routes of hairpin bends in Zuluk. Keep your camera handy, as you might spot various picturesque frame including India Highest Mountain Peak, Kanchenjunga.<br /> If we talk about the North East culture, you will be pleased to see such a warm and welcoming nature of the locals. Make sure you visit the Buddhist Monasteries and other sacred sites to have a better sense of their unique culture. Another noticeable aspect of North-East region is that it is very colorful, from temples to monastery, from sky to hills; everything is just so vibrant that your clicked pictures will be naturally awesome for your Instagram feed. The Sikkim bike trip is a great way to get introduced to popular motorbike tours in India.


Variant 1: Solo Rider/Two Riders One Bike(own bike).

Variant 2: Solo Rider(rented bike).

Variant 3: Two Riders One Bike(rented bike).

About The Trip

Embark on this bike trip through the iconic stretches. Start with a ride from Siliguri to Gangtok, while facing the changing weather- initially humid shortly chilly. Get permits and ride towards Lachung, marvel at the Yumthang Valley and K2 peak en-route. – Next, head towards Lachen while touring the Zero Point, the last outpost of civilization on the Indo-China Border. Visit the Gurudongmar Lake, one of the highest altitude lakes in the world. Then, whirl towards Gangtok, meander along its unspoiled nature trails and click a lot of pictures. – Relish a rest day at Gangtok and renew the permits for a tour towards Eastern Sikkim. Waltz through the hairpin bends of Zuluk, ride across Nathula Pass and reach Padamchen, a village in the foothill slopes of Himalayas. From here, head towards Siliguri where the enduring adventure ends.

Things To Carry

Valid IDs Comfortable clothes that are comfortable for riding Earmuffs and gloves to ward off the cold Comfortable shoes, a pair of slippers for the night, an extra pair of socks Sunglasses, sunscreen lotion, and insect repellents Water bottles, backpack with plastic linings

Do’s & Dont’s

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Day 1: Siliguri – Gangtok (110 km )We begin our first day from Siliguri and we head towards Gangtok

Day 2: Gangtok – Tumin (42 km )From Gangtok, we hrad early in the morning to a tour to Mangan where you can take photographs and head back to the base camp

Day 3: Tumin – Mangan (28 km )From Tumin,we move towards Mangan..There are many sightseeing between Tumin and Mangan