Singalila Trek Sikkim

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Hostel stay in Yukson @700


10 Years Experience

Specialized in Trekking Camping


Yuksom Bazar Main Road

Near Hotel Yangri Gang,

West Sikkim, Pin No - 737113


Singalila Trek Sikkim Complete Details

About Singalila Trek

The Singalila Trek is a famous trekking route in Sikkim, known for its stunning views of the Himalayas, including the majestic Kanchenjunga range.


The duration of the Singalila Trek varies depending on the route chosen, but it typically takes around 6-9 days to complete.

Best Trek Season

The best time to undertake the Singalila Trek is from April to June and from September to November, when the weather is pleasant and the views are clear.

Difficulty Level

The Singalila Trek is of moderate difficulty, suitable for both beginners and experienced trekkers.


The highest point of the Singalila Trek reaches an altitude of around 3,600 meters (11,800 feet) above sea level.

Main Attractions

How to Reach

The Singalila Trek can be accessed from various points in Sikkim, with the nearest major city being Siliguri. From Siliguri, you can reach the starting point of the trek by road.


Accommodation options along the Singalila Trek include guesthouses, homestays, and camping sites.


Permits are required for trekking in the Singalila National Park, and they can be obtained from the relevant authorities in Sikkim.

Singalila Trek Sikkim Itinerary Day 1 (NJP/Bagdogra Airport to Pelling)

From the NJP/Bagdogra Airport, start your trip with a lovely drive that will take you about 6-7 hours to reach Pelling. After you have arrived, it is recommended that you absorb yourself in the culture of the area and get prepared for your trip that will begin the next day. Pemayangtse Monastery and Rabdantse Ruins are two of the area sights that you should check out if you have the time. Weather permitting, enjoy in the majestic views of the Himalayan peaks from Pelling. Spend the night at a comfortable hotel in the area

Day 2 (Pelling (2,110m) to Naya Patal (2,536m) via Chongri Village (2,220m))

After breakfast, travel for 2 and half hours to Sang Khola, which is located at an elevation of 1,810 meters. From Sang Khola, the hike to Chongri hamlet is a climb that takes two hours. Explore the customs and traditions of the Sherpa, Bhutia, Limboo, and Rai groups who call Chongri their home. Continue for another 50 minutes to reach Chenzom Khola (2,145 meters), then make your way up to Doben SSB Camp (2,327 meters), and lastly make your way up to Naya Patal in 45 minutes. Camping at the Naya Patal area for the night.

Day 3 (Naya Patal (2,536m) to Yambong (3,790m))

Starting from Naya Patal, trek to the Yambong Campsite; the trek should take between four and five hours and take you to Saile Chok and Dungdang SSB Camp. From Yambong, you may take in the breathtaking scenery of the Singalila Range as well as Pelling. Tent camping for the night at Yambong.

Day 4 (Yambong (3,709m) to Lampokhari (4,340m)

As you make your way towards Lam-Pokhari, stroll over a ridge that provides spectacular views of the Himalayas. If you have the time, you should look into exploring the neighboring lakes. Spend the night pitching a tent at Lam-Pokhari.

Day 5 (Lampokhari (4,340m) to Gomathang (3,796m)

Trek through areas with little flora, climb to the Daphey Bhir La pass at 4,530 meters, and then drop precipitously to reach Gomathang, which is located in a beautiful meadow. Camping at the Gomathang area for the night.

Day 6 (Gomathang (3,796m) to Pangding (4,317m)

After ascending through aromatic trees to reach high mountain territory, continue climbing to reach Pangding, which provides a view of the Himalayan peaks. Tent camping for the night at Pangding.

Day 7 (Pangding (4,317m) to Dzongri (3,950m)

The route to Dzongri begins with a descent to Tigap Chu, which is located at an elevation of 3,700 meters, followed by an ascent through thick pine and rhododendron woods. Camping in the Dzongri area for the night.

Day 8 (Dzongri (3,970m) to Thangsing (3,800m)

After arriving at the Kokchurang campground via the meadows, continue on to Thangsing to take in the breathtaking views of Mt. Pandim. Tent camping for the night in Thangsing.

Day 9 (Thangsing (3,800m) to Lamuney (3,950m)

A gradual rise from Thangsing to Lamuney, where you may unwind and get ready for the early hike the next day. Tent camping for the night at Lamuney.

Day 10 (Lamuney (3,950m) to View Point 1 (4,600m) and back to Kokchurang (3,600m)

The dawn over the peaks is sure to take your breath away, so get an early start and get to View Point 1 around 2:30 in the morning. After descending to Samiti Lake, go back to Lamuney for lunch, and then continue on to Kokchurang to spend the night there.

Day 11 (: Kokchurang (3,600m) to Tsokha (2,950m)

After making your way through the thick forest to Phedang, where you will eat lunch, you will begin the two-hour descent to Tsokha. Tent camping for the night at Tsokha.

Day 12 (Tsokha (2,950m) to Yuksom (1,750m)

Descend to the suspension bridge that spans Prek Chu, and then go to Yuksom from there. Take some time to unwind and revitalize at a hotel in the area.

Day 13 (Yuksom to NJP/Bagdogra)

After breakfast, make your way to either the NJP or the Bagdogra Airport. As you prepare for the next leg of your trip, stop for lunch along the way and reflect on the incredible adventure across the Himalayas you just completed.

Singalila Trek Sikkim from Delhi

To reach Singalila Trek in Sikkim from Delhi, you can follow these general guidelines:

By Air:

Delhi to Bagdogra Airport in West Bengal is the nearest airport to Sikkim. From Bagdogra Airport, you can take a taxi or a bus to reach Sikkim.

By Train:

New Delhi Railway Station is well-connected to major cities across India. You can take a train to New Jalpaiguri Railway Station in West Bengal, which is the nearest railway station to Sikkim. From there, you can hire a taxi or take a bus to reach your destination.

By Road:

You can also travel from Delhi to Sikkim by road. There are regular bus services and private taxis available from Delhi to Sikkim. The journey may take around 24-30 hours depending on the route and road conditions.

Singalila Trek Sikkim - Things to Carry

When embarking on the Singalila Trek in Sikkim, it's important to pack the following essentials:



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