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      Sikkim

      What’s the best way to recharge your mind, body, and soul? TRAVEL! And that’s exactly why Purnangsu left behind the worries of the world and booked himself a 5 days trip to Sikkim in October when he realized he was in dire need of some ‘me time’!

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      Its perfect setting amidst the Himalayas with spectacular views of the Kanchenjunga, its warm and friendly people and ample opportunities for adventure sports in Gangtok, make Sikkim’s charming capital an ideal vacation destination any time of the year.

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      Sikkim, commonly referred to as “Nye-mae-el“ meaning “paradise” is the most famous tourist place when one thinks of visiting North East India. Particularly presented by the dramatic contouring of the scenery to the panoramic views of the snow-capped mountains, Sikkim is a state with warm hearted people boasting of some of India’s finest hospitality, magnificent treks, snow activities and breathtaking views!

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      Nestling at an altitude of 2,150 meters above the mean Sea level, Pelling is a picturesque hill station in Sikkim.

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      Perched atop the high mountains that are enveloped in thick layers of snow and fog for a major part of the year, and are kissed by the gentle rays of sun for the other half, lies the quaint little hamlet of Sikkim – Zuluk or Juluk.

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      Imagine heaven altogether, and finding peace and Nirvana surrounding the mountains. Tashiding Monastery is one such place that you should not be missing out on.

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      Nestled in the foot of Khangchendzonga mountain, Pelling invites the majority of travelers to explore the Sanga Choling Buddhist Monastery. It is one of the most serene and quaint places in the northeast region of India.

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      Sikkim is magical and we are not kidding. The place is home to mystical landscapes and the charm of it is inescapable. However, North Sikkim being not as popular still has that rawness to it and has managed to retain its uniqueness. You might have heard about places like Gangtok, Tsomgo Lake, Nathula, etc. However, one should not miss exploring North Sikkim with places like Lachung, Gurudongmar, Katao, etc. to keep their vacation to Sikkim complete.

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      If Sikkim was a person it could have very easily said the name is enough and everyone would back off. This northeast Indian state is the gateway to the neighboring countries like Bhutan, Nepal, and China. This state is home to some of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the world, including Gangtok, Lachen, Lachung, Pelling, Ravangla, and many more. With exotic lakes including Changu Lake, Gurudongmar lake,

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      Ravangla is located at an elevation of 7000 feet and is a wonderful getaway from the humdrum of the city. Being located at such an elevation, it brings the clouds close enough for contact.

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      Namchi is a district headquarters of South Sikkim and lies 78 km from Gangtok. One can enjoy stunning views of Mt. Khangchendzonga range and Rangit valley from this beautiful place that invokes inner peace, solace, and peace of mind in visitors. Travelers love to visit spiritual places like Dichen Choeling Monastery,

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      If you love mountains and want to travel to an off-beat location, then Lachung is the place for you. With a height of 2700 meters, this small town of North Sikkim is magnificently beautiful. If you are a true mountain-lover, you would appreciate the grandeur of Lachung even more. Though there are several transportation facilities available to take you to Lachung, you must know the roads are not well-maintained.

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      From an independent country in the 17th century to the second smallest one and multilingual state in Northeast India since 1975, Sikkim had designed its journey as delightfully as its beauty. Sikkim is the least populated state with Gangtok as its capital and a center of attraction. Bordered by three neighboring countries Tibet, Bhutan, and Nepal, Sikkim state has never failed to attract the world with its appealing beauty and interesting history.

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      Nestled in Ravangla, Temi Tea Garden is one of the most charming gardens in North-Eastern India. It is considered as the best tea estate around the world as tea is made purely with organic fertilizers and the quality is impeccable, drawing various tourists throughout the year.

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      Dzongri is one of the most challenging treks in India, yet it’s the most exhilarating, bewitching journey you can take. The trek is full of alluring views and entrancing attractions. Dzongri is almost fifteen thousand feet above the sea level.

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      With the wedding season around the corner, and only 50 days to the New Year, trips and destination honeymoons are happening all around the world. We are here to help you choose an adventurous destination – Tso Lhamo Lake.

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      It feels good to be lost in the right direction and what else can be better than being lost in Sikkim, the land of mystic splendor. The land of unmatched beauty and never-ending adventures; Sikkim is the second smallest state in India, and a very popular tourist destination. Located in the arms of the Himalayas, it shares its borders with China, Bhutan and Nepal, making it a very significant state for the whole of India.

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      Marked as the most vibrant and grandest place in India, Rumtek Monastery also known as Dharmachakra Centre is a prime tourist’s attraction.

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