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Cozy Caravan Trip to Sikkim


A detour to the “Valley of Rice” on your wheels leading to the foremost eastern state bound by the beauty of the Himalayas. Check-in to caravan to endure a slow-paced drive along with a homestay feel on your journey.


Pack your bags for an offbeat vacation from busy streets to the cleanest village Sikkim. A drive across the alpine meadows, rugged valleys, river meandering, and milky white snow will unreel all the tensity of life and loads you with the best movements to cherish.

The city looks lush and fertile at dawn and is arid and snowy at dusk with patchy drizzles. Morning alarm with bird chirpings, appetizing self-cooked brunch, evening walk on terrain with deciduous trees, and a night stay and campsites with gushes waves excite travelers more for this fun-filled, solace and adventure trip of Sikkim.


An epic journey with a perfect setout plan and your home on wheels. Best pitstops and locations to explore in Sikkim.


On the top of your caravan along with rising sun.
A pic from avanti page.

Gangtok


On the first day, arrive at the capital city and take a tour of the Tibetology Museum, shop for souvenirs on MG road and enjoy the savor food of Sikkim like momos, and tupka.

Gangtok is the pitstop for other tourist destinations located east and west of Sikkim. The capital city is a mix of traditional tribe culture, hooping cafes, shrines, and glittery nightlife. It would leave with an ultimate foreign tour experience during the stay.


Drive in to the streets of Gangtok on your caravan.
A pic from holidayindia.com

Gangtok to East Sikkim


After exploring the Gangkot, head toward the east you get some notable attractions. Offer prayers and seek blessings from the most venerated Monasteries like Rumtek Monastery and Ganesh Tok of Sikkim.

Trail a trek to Tashi viewpoint, white hall, Himalayan zoological park, and halt at night to see the moonlit mountains from your windows. Enjoy the Yak safari at Tsomgo Lake in the summer.

The East Sikkim has many trek points Natula pass to ride along with the glaciers for a panoramic view of the highest peaks.


Try yak ride on your caravan trip to Sikkim in winter.
A pic from holidayindia.com

Gangtok to West Sikkim:


Heading to the west you can visit the famous World Heritage site Kanchenjunga National Park and the park built for the exploration of species like Leopard, Red, Panda, Musk deer, etc.

West Sikkim has forests, monasteries, sacred lakes, river valleys, rock gardens, and waterfalls. Pelling, Yuksom, Goecha la, Geyzing, and Darap villages are popular tourist destinations.




Capture the Himalayan Monal bird from bay window of your caravan .
A pic from Halfsamosa.com

North Sikkim:


Heading to the North you get deep into nature with freezing lakes, snowy mountains, and genial tribes. North Sikkim is the hub for stunning landscapes, lush green valleys, and pristine lakes.

Tiny villages like Lachen and Lachung, are known for their orchards, monasteries, and stunning views. Lachung could be your base to explore the beautiful Gurudongmar Lake and the Shingba Rhododendron Sanctuary. On your way to Lachen see the beauty of chopta valley, Mt Katao, crow’s lake, and the species flocking near the Teesta River. In winters you can witness the most celebrated color festival of nomadic tribes.


Bring out the festive vibes to your home on wheels..
A pic from the holidayindia.com website

On the flip side of the coin, a campervan puts you into trouble refusing to budge, stuck in puddles, and mostly the permits for a staycation at the borders. Deal with them using these tips and tricks to be no hiccups on the way.


  • If you are self-driving, take turns at the wheels as the terrains are rugged.

  • Get Ecards and state permits handy.

  • Pack your camping kits like foldable chairs, tents, sleeping bags, battery lights, hammock, and cooking essentials.

  • A first aid kit with all necessary medicines according to your health history.

  • Carry all your sanitary essentials.

  • Jordon the list of various campsites to park and camp in different locations.

  • Plan your stuff according to the trip duration.

  • A manual route map is essential as google maps don’t work in remote places.

  • Traveling with pets, get equipped with their essentials as well.

  • Post-covid kit like sanitizer, masks, and test kit.



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