There are so many hidden places in the Himalayas that we do not know of and as travellers, it becomes our ultimate desire to seek the most unknown and unexplored of places. Sikkim is a state that we all are familiar with when it comes to a Himalayan experience. Sikkim is clean and beautiful and is traveller-friendly, except its state-run bus service.
The Lhaba Tarum Tsachu trek is praised for being among the best high altitude treks situated in the locale of Sikkim. The trek will offer you a lavish green wilderness, an extraordinary quantum of excite and allurement. The Lhabha Tarum Tsachu trek is impeccable in the event that one wants to explore a place which is a mix of joy, experience, untamed atmosphere, romance and spiritualism. The astounding Kanchendzonga is only 16 km away when one treks through this course. This trek is additionally called a heaven of forested slopes of mountains.
WHERE IS IT
This trek is in Sikkim and falls within the territories of Lachung. Gangtok will be your first major destination before starting this journey. There are a couple of car tours till you reach the starting point of the trail.
By Air - A flight to Bagdogra Airport in Siliguri
By Train - A train to New Jalpaiguri Railway Station (NJP)
By Car - A private car from New Jalpaiguri Railway Station (NJP)
Difficulty level of this trek in MODERATE since there are transport options and the stops before the start of this trek are at good places where you can stack up your supplies for the days in the trail.
DIY OR NOT
Doing this trek yourself is not recommended since the trail is for more than 2 days and taking a guide would make things easier and non-frustrating because losing your way is a possibility. There are numerous trek companies and travel agencies online, in Gangtok and Lachung who organize this trek.
If you are starting your journey for this lake from Gangtok, which is the most usual preference, the cost including commutation and guide shall be INR 8000/-.
BEST TIME TO DO THE TREK
The best time to do this trek is between March and May and then between September and November.
This is the itinerary that's usually followed if you are travelling with a tour company: