Treks we organize


The Dzongri trek takes a close-up tour to have a spectacular view of the magnificent Kanchenjunga further amidst the beautiful panorama of some of the Himalayan giants beneath its mountains.

For a hiker who wants to see Kanchenjunga, then this six-day trek from Yuksom to Dzongri top and back is a good choice. The journey starts from the famous village of Yuksom later you enter Kanchenjunga National Park you also pass through a lush jungle to reach Tsokha, a large stop proof trail between a picturesque village and a pond. Similarly, from here it rises slowly as you cross the meadows and forests until you reach Dzongri, where you suddenly start to feel cold. Sometimes, during the season it snows, and everywhere including the Dzongri top is snow white. Further, you climb very early in the morning to the summit of Dzongri, you will find all the travel and climb you deserve as you see the beautiful peak of Kanchenjunga against the rising sun. Undoubtedly a sight worth walking for.

Difficulty Level: Moderate
Duration: 6 Days
Maximum Altitude: 13,123 feet
Best time to visit: March to May, September to November
Base Camp: Yuksom

Goe Chala

The Goecha La Trek in Sikkim Himalayan Mountain will give you an amazing experience like never before. The rich and majestic vegetation of the Rhododendron Trees, as well as the orange and oak trees found on this route make this trek the most popular destination in the world. Likewise, the lakes, lush landscapes, and vistas of the whole valley from the various peaks will leave you bound in awe of all that has happened.
Goecha La falls at an altitude of 16,200 feet and a distance of about 90 km from Yuksom village, which is also the beginning of the journey. The entire trip will last 11 days in total. Hence for someone with the best trekking experience, the difficulty level should be moderate to severe.
Trekkers need to be physically fit because it is a difficult process. The availability of reduced oxygen also needs to be kept in mind, in regards to high altitude. Therefore, it is best to check your health before embarking on this trek.

Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult
Duration: 11 Days
Maximum Altitude: 15,100 feet
Best time to visit: April to May and September to November
Base Camp: Yuksom