Sikkim is a state of North-east India, sharing its eastern border with the Holy Tibet in the North, Bhutan in the east,
Nepal in the west and the neighboring state of West Bengal in the south.
It also shares its boundaries with China and is the second smallest, least populated city in India, it enjoys a lot of space and peace,
It’s the city that holds the record of being at the third-highest habitable place on earth,
It acts as a host to the Kanchanjanga Range, the highest peak in India.
Gangtok is the capital of Sikkim, the total area of Gangtok comprises about 7096 sq km and the population of about 6.2 lakhs
according to 2011 census.
The capital is at ease as it is only about 124 k from Siliguri, from the airport and Railway station as well,
It’s only a 4-hour road trip from all of the above-mentioned places, sharing its corridor with Darjeeling and Kalimpong as well.
Come have a little bit of taste of Sikkim.
BEST TIME FOR VISITING SIKKIM:
1. March to June (Summer season)
2. September to January (Winter season)
BEST SITES TO VISIT:
A. NORTH SIKKIM:
2. Tsangu/chopta Valley
3. Zero point
B. SOUTH SIKKIM:
4. Char dham
C. EAST SIKKIM:
2. Baba mandir
D. WEST SIKKIM:
2. Khejibari lake and many more…..
ADVENTURES IN SIKKIM:
1. Yak riding
2. Bike rides
LANGUAGES SPOKEN :
ADDITIONAL PIECE OF INFORMATION FOR TOURISTS AND GUESTS FOR SIKKIM TRIP:
The permit is a mandatory document that is needed to visit Sikkim, Indians as well as Foreigners
In addition to the Indian visa, International guests must obtain the Innerline permit (I.L.P) to visit Sikkim,
and can be bought from the Indian ministry if home Affairs (M.H.A) New Delhi and Calcutta, Sikkim tourist office.
#The avail period for International Guests, as per initial permit is only 15 days
In case you visit the interior part you may also require a Protected area permit, that can be obtained from Gangtok,
from the department of tourism.
Need not to worry we will handle all the official formalities for you in Sikkim.