Overview :

Sikkim is probably one of the most attractive places in the world anyone can pay a visit, and this journey will help you to discover its vast expanses of mountains and hills on a motorbike. You will travel on winding streets through rich vegetation consisting of lush woodlands, towering peaks, and pristine rivers. In fact, you can get to see the third highest peak in the world, Mt. Kanchenjunga, which contributes its land with Nepal as well. This adventurous journey will also give you the finest opportunity to learn about the religious heritage of Sikkim and rich culture of this place, which is focused on Buddhism, and also get to know about its implication on the Silk Route. Whether you want to experience snow hills of zero-point, or the virgin forest and landscapes garden, Sikkim is the best place to quench your thirst.

Highlights:

  • See the magnificent vistas and meadows of the mountainsides while riding.
  • Find your Zen at the various monasteries and temples of this region, while you learn more about Buddhism.
  • Witness astonishing views of the eastern Himalayan range, including Kanchenjunga.
  • Enjoy stimulating rides through lush green forests.
  • View one of the largest Buddha statues in India, standing at around 130 feet high.

Tour Itinerary :Sikkim Riders

Duration : 12 days

Itinerary :

Day1
Although our ride will chiefly be through the state of Sikkim, we all meet up in Siliguri, a city in the state of West Bengal. On the arrival at the Bagdogra airport, you will be attended by one of our trip 360 team members, who will convoy you to the hotel. You will check-in to our designated hotel then meet your co-riders, and will be explained about the adventurous tour you're going to embarking on the next day. We'll also take you through some safety rules and procedures to ensure that all our riders can have a great time with no complications during the adventure ahead.

Day2
You have to get ready for an early start! Our adventurous ride will start to Pelling via Jorethang along the mighty Teesta River, which is 309 kilometers long. once we reach Pelling, the towering Himalayas and Kanchenjunga can be seen from close quarters. It is also designed a base for trekkers and other adventurers, who attempt the arduous and strenuous treks in West Sikkim. The region around Pelling is still virgin domain and also bathed with alpine vegetation and diverse waterfalls line the hillside. In the months of winter, sometimes Pelling is beautifully covered with a blanket of snow.

Day3
In this following day, our ride will take us through magnificent, winding roads that disregard the valleys and the gigantic Kanchenjunga as we make our way to Ravangla. We will surprise you with a treat in store, as we will be riding to one of the most remarkable places in Sikkim, TathagataTsal, the huge Buddha statue at the Buddha Park. This statue stands at the Hight of 130 feet and has become one of the most important places of pilgrimage for Buddhists. Nearby, there are so many famous monasteries you can visit. Then we will head to the village of Kewzing, where we will spend the entire night.

Day4
Today's tour will lead us to the capital city of Sikkim, Gangtok. As we bid goodbye to Kewzing, we kick start the most exciting ride of our trip. We'll make our way through dense forests, waterfalls and past water crossing. On the way, we can enjoy one of the many famous tea estates of the state. this journey today will not be a quick one, as we'll take our time to enjoy the beauty of Mother Nature's. Once we arrive in Gangtok, we park our mighty colt and prepare ourselves for the exciting city life.

Day5
We leave the city behind, as we woke up and got ready for another day of riding. We start our ride from Gangtok to Lachen. The exact meaning of Lachen is 'Big Pass', and Lachen offers a perfect evacuation to relax and escape from the daily monotonous schedule of city life. Lachen, famous for its vast valleys is the base camp for the two main trekking camps of Sikkim, Chopta Valley, and Muguthang Valley. If you're lucky enough to enjoy Sikkim during the summer, you will get a chance to be the witness of yak race in the Thangu Valley. If you are going to visit Sikkim then must visit places in Lachen includes shutterbug's paradise, Chopta Valley, and the highest lakes in the world the Gurudongmar Lake, which is considered sacred by both Buddhists and Hindus.

Day6
Today we are going to enjoy a long ride and experience some of the truly magnificent sights, Sikkim has to offer. We make our journey from Lachen to the beautiful Gurudongmar Lake. This sparkling water body is one of the highest lakes in the world and is situated at an altitude of 5,430 meters. The lake is known as Guru Rinpoche, named after Guru Padmasambhava, who was the founder of Tibetan Buddhism who visited this lake in somewhere between the 8th century. The next station of our journey takes us down to Lachung, which is at a Hight of about 2,900 meters and sits at the confluence of the Lachen and Lachung Rivers. Lachung has been depicted as the "most picturesque village of Sikkim" by the British explorer Joseph Dalton Hooker in The Himalayan Journal.

Day7
Explore and experience yumthang valley, LACHUNG, and the Zero Point.

Day8
In this following day, we head back to the capital city of Gangtok. During our long, scenic and exploring ride, we will have an option to stop at one of the historic destination in Sikkim called the KabiLungchok. This place is famous of the cause of, this is where the "Treaty of Blood Brotherhood" was signed between the Bhutia and Lepchas, who were part of the ethnic tribal caste of Sikkim. There are some stone pillars that marked exactly where the treaty was executed. After our historic stop, we get back on our steeds and start our ride to Gangtok.

Day9
This day is the most needed rest day and another day in Gangtok for us and our bikes. We can sleep for a long time and also enjoy a hearty breakfast. Today we are going to undertake an easy hour-long trip to the Rumtek Monastery. This peaceful Buddhist structure brags some jaw-dropping architecture that we can admire for our entire life as we walk through the lush gardens that surround it. Last but not the least we make our way back to Gangtok and it’s a time for our goodnight sleep.

Day10
The journey from Bumthang to Mongar will certainly be one of the most unforgettable journeys of life. Witnessing the 3780m high Thrumshing La pass, the divine beauty of the Himalayas can closely be experienced. Gushing waterfalls, steep cliffs with even steeper drops, blazing flowers and constantly changing vegetation, integrate to make the journey something to cherish till the last breath of life. Unlike the Western Bhutan’s build on valleys, the second largest town in the sub-tropical east, Mongar marks the beginning of Eastern Bhutan territory. It’s at Mongar, where the overnight stay awaits you.

Day11
It's our last day of our thrilling ride, and we've got a long journey to head towards. We start our rides and leave Gnathang Valley as we make our way to Zuluk, a charming village that sits beside the winding road at a height of 10,000 feet. Zuluk was once an important passage point on the silk route from Tibet to India and can be found on the craggy terrain of the lower Himalayas in East Sikkim. After that, we will start our journey the famous loops on our way back to Siliguri.

Day12
As we end our most awaited trip of our life, we will have a small function to celebrate all of your adventure and hard work that we have just had. Then it's getting really difficult time to bid adieu to your new buddies as you get ready to leave. One of our agents will assist you in getting your check-out procedures done, and drop you to the airport to catch your flight or railway station for your way back home.

Package Includes:

Royal Enfield 350cc.
Support vehicle.
Mechanic.
11 nights’ accommodation on twin sharing basis as mentioned in the itinerary.
Road Captain.
Meals as mentioned in the itinerary.
First aid Medical Kit.
Sikkim entry permits, tolls, and motorbike fees. .

Package Excludes:

Any transport to/from Siliguri. Your tour price starts Ex Siliguri.
Refundable security deposit for motorbike INR 10000. Personal expenses, alcoholic beverages, personal medicines, laundry, telephone calls, tips.
Costs arising out of unforeseen circumstances such as landslides, road conditions bad weather, and any other circumstances beyond our control. Any items/services not specifically mentioned under inclusions.
Cost of petrol and spare parts of any kind.
Goods and Service Tax of 5%.

  • Below 6 years – Complementary but should remain under strict supervision of parents at all times 7 to 12 yrs – 50% of the adult rate
  • Above 12yrs – Full adult rate

  • All cancellations have to be done in writing and the following cancellations charges of the total package price will be deducted/charge:
  • More than 30days - 10%
  • 21-30 days - 40%
  • 11-20 days - 65%
  • Less then 11days - 100%
  • Note: The other terms and condition of bike rental is listed below:

  • Photo Copy of Voter ID card, Aadhar card or Passport
  • Photo Copy of Driving License
  • Passport Sized Photo x 1
  • Minimum of 3 days renting
  • Refundable Security Deposit - Rs 10,000/- per bike in Cash (refundable post adjusting of damages)

  • Photo Copy of Passport
  • Original Copy of Return Flight Ticket
  • Photo Copy of Driving License
  • Minimum of 3 days renting
  • Refundable Security Deposit - Rs 10,000/- per bike (refundable post adjusting of damages)

  • Unlimited miles and no hourly charges
  • Motorbike accessories including rear view mirrors, leg guard, helmet (for rider only)
  • Free consultations on itineraries, ride routes and destinations

  • Refundable Security Deposit - Rs 10,000/- per bike
  • Bike fuel
  • Accommodation and Meals
  • Items of personal nature i.e. bar, shop, telephone bills
  • Extra gear that can be hired
  • Applicable Govt. Taxes and Service Charge

  • Bookings will be confirmed to reservations only after receiving 50% of the total invoice to guarantee rate and rental dates.
  • Discount rates are subject to blackout dates and availability
  • Rental rates could change depending on season and location

  • Customer is responsible for general maintenance once the bike is handed over and should report mechanical failures immediately. Customers may be held responsible for mechanical damages due to negligence in motorcycle operation or failure to provide normal maintenance.

  • Generally there will be no substitution of motorcycles after handover to customer.

  • Bikes need to be returned as per the date and time mutually agreed upon or between working hours (9am to 6pm). Advance notification is required if bikes are being returned at a time other than working hours. In Case of failing to return bikes and related documents on time Security deposit fully or partially may be held

  • Payment can be made in cash, cheque, wire transfer or western union.

  • Bookings will be confirmed to reservations only after receiving 50% of the total invoice to guarantee rate and rental dates.
  • Discount rates are subject to blackout dates and availability
  • Rental rates could change depending on season and location
  • Note: Additional paper works including disclaimer form needs to be filled in by the client prior to handing over of the bike.