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The Yuksam – Dzongri – Yuksom – trek inside Indian Highest National Park is the most unspoint trek in the Himalayas and rated among the top ten treks of the Himalayas . These treks also offers you a closer view of the world’s third highest mountain – Mt. Khanchendzonga with panoramic views of other mountains in the vicinity.

The trekking seasons are March – April-May and October-November, 2nd week of December . It is possible to trek outside these seasons, but the winter months of December and January can be very cold above 3000 meters and trails are often snow bound. The monsoon months, June to September, are wet and leech-infested but this is a good time to see the flowers in bloom especially on the high altitude meadows.


To the adventure lovers trekking in Sikkim is an experience of many dimensions. For sheer exhilaration nothing can match the view of the mountains which seem to reach the heavens. As you wander up lush green trails you begin to amaze and wonder at the unspoilt natural splendor and dramatic terrain.

You may chance upon the shy Musk Deer to wave out to the exotic Red Panda perched among the tree- tops. Revel in the excitement of being part of a unique culture, a rich tapestry woven with legends, myths, rituals and festivals. This trip takes you to Gangtok-a bustling town with the blend of tradition and modernity & further to famous Rumtek & Tashiding monastery and finally to the wind swept top of Dzongri An experience in quest of enchantment, tranquility & adventure.

Trek Route

Bagdogra – Yuksam – Sachan – Tsokha – Dzongri – Yuksum and Bagdogra.

Highest Altitude: 4,940m
Best Time To Trek: March, April, may and June and September & October To Mid-November

In Sikkim, the Dzongri trek takes the trekker up-close for a spectacular view of the mighty Kanchenjunga amidst a majestic panorama of the other lesser Himalayan giants within its range of mountains. This is an extension of the Dzongri trek – and trekking beyond the meadows Dzongri is raw adventure at its best where the visitor is taken into the realm of towering mountain peaks directly above and camp is set amidst the view of rumbling avalanches and high mountain glaciers. Once again, the program described below is designed to offer a leisurely pace for enjoyment, but the total trek period can be reduced for the hardy as well as for those with less time to spare.

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Meet our driver/Guide and transfer from Bagdogra to Yuksam(1,780 m.) from Bagdogra. Arrive Yuksom In the evening take a walk to the Yoksom Coronation site, a simple stone bench, where the three monks appointed the first king of Sikkim. Visit the nearby Ani Gompa (Buddhist nunnery). Overnight at Yoksom.

Trek from Yuksum to Sachen taken approx. 6 hrs.Trek begins with a low gradient until you cross Sachen and the third bridge , Walk through dense forest of pine and oak after crossing river PrekChu it is straight 70 degree uphill climb this is the toughest stage in the entire trek , It will last for 2 Hrs depends on the fitness of the clients Finally we will come toBakhim this is just a resting point for the first day. This campsite has only one hut of forest department in the hilly dense forest.Overnight at Camp or tourist hut.

Trek then we reach Bakhim the trail from Bakhim passes through magnolia and rhododendron trees the most tiring uphill climb. Tshoka is a small village housing about twelve thatched roof houses mainly Tibetan settlement .If weather remains clear we can see Mount Pandim, Aralunchong, Lama -Lamini,Pandim. Overnight in Tent or lodge.

Trek from Tshoka to Dzongri is still a steep climbing time taken approx 5hrs we go through dense forest of rhododendrons there’re over 400 flowering species , a place called Deorali Dara provides a magnificent view of mountains.Then we reach Phethang for a break .After Phethang still further climbing we reach Dzongri here the Vegetation is thin and we tend to find only small bushes and shrubs for the night stay here is a tourist hut Its usually overcrowded and noisy. In Dzongri early morning we take a walk to Dabla Khang( DzongriTop) the view from this place is magnificent one can view all the peaks .Acclimatization here is must for further ascending trekkers. Overnight in tent.

Early risers can get up before dawn to climb to a vantage point on a ridge above the campsite to watch the sunrise on Khangchendzonga, Kabru, Pandim, Rathong, and many other peaks of the Khangchendzonga range. Full day excursion to Laxmi Pokhari. The trial first goes through rhododendron bushes and pasture land for about an hour to Chamaray. From here it is a gradual ascent to Laxmi Pokhari, a big lake cupped in a deep crater. Here you will get good view of Khangchendzonga range, Pandim, Narsing, Kabur, Kabur dome, Koktang etc. If you reach Laxmi Pokhari early and feeling physically fit, an excursion towards Kabur rock will be a rewarding experience. Back to Dzongri.

On this day early morning one can savor views of the mountain peaks by climbing up to Dzongri Top. From here you get a panoramic view of Kabru (7,353m.), Ratong (6,678m.), Kanchenjunga (8,534m.), Koktang (6,147m.), Pandim (6,691m.) and Narsingh (5,825m.). Towards the west, the Singalila Ridge, which separates Sikkim from. back to Tshoka overnight stay.

Now we are retracing our steps as we return downhill to Yuksom. It is a steep 4,000 ft descent and takes about seven hours. Evening we bid farewell during a gathering with the porters and all the trekking staff. Overnight at Tashigang hotel ( 6,000 ft ) Yuksom. Day 8: Yuksom – IXB: Yuksom - Bagdogra Airport / IXB AIRPORT Transfer to IXB Airport, (125 Km / 5 Hrs) for onwards connection. (Trip ends)

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