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Sikkim Tourism Guide

Visit the Amazing Mountain Kingdom of Sikkim
Tourism In S Ikkim

Rated 4.1/5 (based on 1376 reviews)

Quick Information

Current weather:

Best time to visit:

Mar - Jun, Sep - Dec

Visa:

On Arrival

Ideal Duration:

5 - 6 Days

Starting from

Rs. 9,257

Nature Sightseeing Adventure

Sikkim Travel Guide

Enjoy an incredible holiday experience in the Northeastern Himalayan kingdom Sikkim where the natural beauty, opulent history and vibrant culture will mesmerize you. Explore the clean lush green valleys, rhododendron groves, subtropical woodlands and the white-top peaks of the eastern Himalaya in this distinctive mountain kingdom. Sikkim tourism encompasses the beauty of the snowy mountain tops, the Changu Lake and Gurudongmar Lake, scenic treks like the Dzongri trek and the Khangchendzonga trek, majestic dairy farms, enchanting monasteries, cosmopolitan centers, diverse landscapes and much much more! 

There are plenty of sights and sounds in this beautiful kingdom that you can explore as well as plenty of adventurous and fun activities to indulge in. The best time to visit Sikkim is during the summer season from March to June as the weather is pleasant and cool and suitable for sightseeing in Sikkim. You should try and avoid going to Sikkim during the monsoon season from July to September as this area is prone to landslides during this time of heavy rainfall.

Pack your bags and head out to Sikkim to view iconic tourist spots like Tsomgo Lake, Baba Mandir, Nathula Pass, Enchey Monastery, Hanuman Tok, Tashi View Point, Ganesh Tok, Do - Drul Chorten, Rumtek monastery, Zoological park, Flower Show, Lachung, Yumthang, Lachen and Gurudongmar Lake. There are also plenty of things to do in Sikkim including river rafting on Teesta river, cable car rides, yak rides, trekking, paragliding, mountain biking, bird watching, hiking and much more.

This town has a variety of restaurants and cafes where you can try a variety of local dishes like gundruk ka jhol, sisnoo, scrumptious pork curry, fermented soyabean chutney, and a variety of local drinks like the delicious Tongba. You can also party the night away at nightclubs like Cafe Live & Loud, Lounge 31a, Pub 25, Orthodox, and Indulge. These are some of the oldest and most vibrant clubs in Northeastern India and the acoustic music is definitely worth grooving to. 

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How To Reach Sikkim

Read about the best & quickest routes to save time & money, as suggested by our travelers

By Air

For those wondering how to reach Sikkim by air, there is no airport in Sikkim itself so you will have to travel to the nearest airport in Bagdogra in West Bengal. This airport is about 124 kilometers from Gangtok and it takes abou...

By Train

If you are traveling to Sikkim and looking at how to reach Sikkim by train, you will have to travel to New Jalpaiguri and Siliguri rail stations. Sikkim does not have its own station and these  are the two nearest rail stations lo...

By Road

If you want to know how to reach Sikkim by road, consult the following information. You can travel by taxi or cab from the nearest states that are Siliguri and Darjeeling, both in West Bengal. This is a scenic route as well as the...

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Spend time with the warm-hearted locals in Sikkim and learn all about the traditional Tibetan culture. You can also get a glimpse of the authentic Tibetan ethnic culture and Buddhism at the Namgyal Institute of Tibetology. Here you will get to view thangkas and Tantric ritualistic objects like bowls, thigh-bone trumpets and human skulls, as well as ancient manuscripts.

Buy local souvenirs like carpets, wooden and bamboo items, hand woven carpets, Chinese Feng Shui items like Laughing Buddhas and Dragons from MG Road. You can also pick up authentic Sikkimese items from the Tibetan Handicrafts Centre to take back home.

Make sure you visit Sikkim during May and the beginning of June to enjoy the vibrancy and pomp of festivals during this time. The lama masked dances, religious rites, dance, beliefs, customs, ethnic touches, costumes of festivals like Saga Dawa, Tharpu Monsoon Festival, Gangtok Winter Festival, Losar Festival  and more are definitely a sight to behold.

Book your holiday to Sikkim now to view the majestic beauty of this Northeastern paradise where the enchanting landscapes, lush valleys, gorgeous mountain peaks, pristine lakes and breathtaking monasteries will leave you in awe. Enjoy the peaceful aura of this kingdom and make some great memories in this beautiful land.

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