Sikkim Cultural Safari

September through December

A Journey into Himalayan Culture

Touring the Himalayan foothills of Sikkim, this private journey weaves together an exquisite combination of cultural treasures and breathtaking scenery. Passing through lush valleys in a region rich in Tibetan Buddhist heritage, you’ll discover charming villages, ancient monasteries, and viewpoints offering panoramic vistas of towering mountains, including the Kanchenjunga massif, comprised of five peaks known as the “Five Treasures of the Great Snow.” In Darjeeling, amidst stunning tea plantations, you can savor a variety of freshly grown teas while enjoying magnificent views. At Kalimpong, a historic hill station serving as a cultural crossroads between Sikkim, Bhutan, Tibet, and the Bengal plains, experience a unique fusion of cultures, diverse architectural styles, and excellent shopping opportunities for religious scroll paintings, woolen garments, and wooden crafts.

October – March
From $8,235 Per Person

(Delhi – Bagdogra – Delhi)

From $290 Per Person


Land Prices Include:

  • Ground transportation in Mongolia as described in the itinerary;
  • Transfers upon arrival and departure;
  • All accommodations based on double or twin occupancy (hotel rooms and gers);
  • Meals as noted in itinerary;
  • Bottled/filtered water throughout the trip and soft drinks during meals;
  • All excursions, entrance fees, and visits as described in itinerary;
  • Extensive pre-departure Travel Guide, reading list, important information about your trip;
  • Bilingual Nomadic Expeditions guide throughout your stay.

Land Prices DO NOT Include:

  • International airfare; internal airfare is quoted separately and subject to change by airlines;
  • Tips to guides/drivers;
  • Passport and visa fees; 
  • Comprehensive medical and trip insurance;
  • Airport taxes;
  • Excess baggage charges;
  • Photography and video fees;
  • Food and beverages not included in the group meals;
  • Items of a personal nature, including alcoholic beverages, laundry and telephone calls;
  • Other items not specifically mentioned as included.
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