Sikkim a Himalayan state in the northeast is a paradise for nature lovers, adventure fanatics, and pious pilgrims. The state exceeds the quest of wanderlusts in every way. So, trek amid the wildflowers. Soothe your mind at soul at the tranquil aura of the oldest monasteries. Get awestruck by the myths and legends. Savor the Sikkimese-Tibetan delicacies. De-stress at hot springs, come to the coveted dreamlike domain of Sikkim.

Key attractions in Sikkim

Gangtok is the beating heart and the capital of Sikkim. Ideally located amid the serene ambiance, the city operates as a commercial hub and a nerve center for travel and tourism industry in Sikkim. The city maintains a hygienic environ that is enclosed within the breathtaking scenery provided with the best accommodation and car rental facilities.
This striking province holds significance as the offshoot of the ancient silk route. This province remains covered with pristine white snow during the winters. The world's highest motorable road along the pristine lakes leads to Nathula region, offering the stunning sight of the rugged landscapes. Serving as an international border with China, it is one of the vulnerable yet a most coveted destination in East Sikkim.
Lying at an altitude of approx. 17,100 ft, Gorudongmar Lake is one of the high-altitude freshwater lakes in the country. Due its ineffable charm and vastness, this mysterious lake is associated with the myths and legends that contradict to our modern perspective. Gorudongmar Lake is the answer to those that are on a quest for uncovering mystery, or those that are seeking an aesthetic appeal.
The ancient capital of Sikkim owns the nostalgic air and is indeed the treasure chest of relics and other fascinations. Such as Dubdi Monastery, the oldest monastery of Sikkim, and the sacred Khecheoplari Lake replete with legends dwell in Yuksom. Besides, its natural allure, Yuksom is even called as the "gateway to Kanchenjunga" due to the fact that Kanchenjunga base camp and the Sikkim's most coveted trek begin from Yuksom.
Rested in the northern Sikkim, Lachung, Lachen, and Yumthang Valley is often compared to the fairytale realm. These places are notorious for fruit orchards, a valley covered with wildflowers and a large variety of rhododendrons, pristine white winters, mesmerizing glacial streams, and what not! These provinces are carpeted with flowers in the months of May to August. Besides, hot springs add more advantage.
Zuluk is an offbeat tourist place in East Sikkim and a part of the ancient silk route. A fascinating trait of Zuluk is, the 32 hairpin turns. The place is known to be enclosed by the rich mountain flora and fauna and a mesmerizing sight of the sunrise. Being the base camp of the Indian Army, special permits are required for visiting Zuluk. Zuluk is the origin for higher altitude destinations like Gnathang Valley, Baba Mandir, Kupup, Tsomgo Lake, Nathula, Etc.
Situated in the South Sikkim, Ravangla is one of the most intriguing tourist hotspots. The scenic province is wrapped with lush greens and breathtaking sceneries of the peaks. The place itself is immersed in the ethereal charm and provides a great ambiance to unwind. The most significant places to see around are, Buddha Park, Ralang Hot spring, Palchen Choeling Monastery, etc.
Meaning "the top of the sky" is the tribal dialect, Namchi is abode to the largest statue of Guru Padmasambhava. The overall province is comprised of picture-perfect landscapes that left you to spell bounded. The major attractions in Namchi are Samdruptse, Chardham, Temi Tea Garden, Maenam Wildlife Sanctuary, Doling Gompa, Namchi Rock Garden, Ralang Monastery, etc.
Dwelled in the western Sikkim, Pelling is the realm of historical, cultural, natural, and modern engineering extravaganza. This pleasant place is secluded from boisterous city environ. Pelling boasts of the highest suspension bridge in Sikkim, and second highest In Asia. The place around Pelling is richly enveloped by greens and contributes a great alternative for hiking. Besides, the place is known for the closer view of the majestic Kanchenjunga, Rabdentse Ruins, Sanga Choeling Monastery, etc.
Located in the eastern province of Sikkim, Tsomgo Lake is one of the most notorious tourist hotspots. Known for its charm and serene aura, the high altitude lake is one of the most coveted hubs for the wanderlusts across the country. The picture-perfect destination has provision for great sightseeing, Yak Safaris, Photography, and road trips in the highest motorable roads in the world.

Getting to Sikkim

By Air

Bagdogra is the nearest airport. Once arrive at Bagdogra, you can avail for a taxi to Gangtok.

By Train

NJP is the nearest railway station. Due to the towering mountains, railway service is not initiated in Sikkim. Once you arrive at NJP, avail for a taxi serve.

By Road

Sikkim is well connected with roadways. Siliguri is the en route to all the hill stations, and has a good provision for public transport, shared vehicles, and car rental services to Gangtok, Sikkim.

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