Gangtok

Surrounded by Tibet in the north, West Bengal in the south, Bhutan in the east, and Nepal in the west, Sikkim is the least populated state in India. However, even being so, this little state has 11 official languages and is today host to multicultural residencies. Sikkim, making a part of the Eastern Himalayas, is most popular for biological diversity, its atmospheric conditions, cardamom and Kangchenjunga, which to its pride is the world’s third highest summit.

Making one of the best locations for a refuge from the noise of city life, Sikkim is best visited between the months of March to May. A gift to the lovers of holidays, this beautiful state enchants one with its meadows and waterfalls, lakes and monasteries and a beautiful culture to make one fall in love with the place and its people.

The northern part of this state is host to attractions like the Gurudongmar Lake, Valley of Flowers, the Kanchenjunga National Park, Seven Sister Falls and mountain passes  Nathu La and Goecha La. The southern part of the state houses the very famous Solophok Chardham. The Tsomgo Lake in East Sikkim and Pelling in west are also not places one can succeedingly miss out on.

One very prominent attraction from this state are its monasteries. This Eastern Himalayan town houses more than 200 monasteries and among the very important ones include Samdruptse, Enchey, Phensang, Tolung, Ralong, and the Labran Phaden Phuntsok. What quenches the thirst of one’s wanderlust are also its caves and hotsprings like the Nub Dechenphug and Borong, respectively. Sikkim provides one with excellent opportunities for trekking, river rafting, mountaineering and camping.

You also cannot miss out on the endowance of culture in Sikkim. The state celebrates World Tourism Day, and its major festivals include Losar, Bhumchu, Saga Dawa, and Loosang.

We at Travel Companion serve you with our best packages and activities to make your visit worth the imagination and effort. The tour will leave one with fond memories of life and love.