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Sikkim, also known as Shikim or Su Khyim; is a landlocked Indian state sitting comfortably in the lap of Himalyan mountains. The state is bordered by Nepal to the west, China's Tibet Autonomous Region to the north and east, and Bhutan to the east. The Indian state of West Bengal lies to the south. It is a landlocked Indian state nestled in the Himalayas.
Sikkim is the 22nd state of India that came into existence with effect from 26th April, 1975. Sikkim being a part of inner mountain ranges of Himalayas, is hilly having varied elevation ranging from 300 to 8586m meters. But the habitable areas are only up to the altitude of 2100 mtrs. Constituting only 20% of the total area of the state, Sikkim has been divided into four districts and each district has further been bifurcated into two sub-divisions for administrative purpose.
Despite its tiny size, Sikkim is geographically diverse, owing to its location on the Himalaya. The climate ranges from subtropical to high alpine. Kangchenjunga, the world's third highest peak, is located in the northwestern part of the state on the boundary with Nepal, and can be seen from most parts of the state. Sikkim is a popular tourist destination for its culture, scenic beauty and biodiversity.
The Sikkim Tour with Darjeeling begins with one day sightseeing that involves trip to Tiger Hill to see Mt. Kanchenjunga up close, visit to Mountaineering Institute & Museum and Botanical gardens. This will be followed by a drive to Gangtok where you will have time to visit Institute of Tibetology, Rumtek Monastery, Tashiding Monastery, Deer Park and Orchid Sanctuary among others. The trip is wrapped up with a visit to Kalimpong enroute back to Kathmandu.View Details
Sikkim Tour and Trek package allowsto tour and trek in Sikkim. At Gangtok you will have time to observe Enchey Monastery, White Memorial Hall, Dodrul Chorten, Namgyal Research Institute, Sanga-Choling Monastery of Tibetology (NRIT), Saram sa – Epeca garden etc. The Sikkim Tour and Trek will be an opportunity to see waterfalls and streams and observe local lifestyles and capture the magnificient views of Himalayas including Kabru Dome, Frey Peak, Pandim Talung & Khangchendzonga Peaks. You will also be able to visit Khangchendzonga National Park.View Details
From the year 2000, the government of Sikkim has opned up for trekking the restricted areas compromising of the Singalila Ridge along the Sikkim-Nepal border. This has enabled the Singalila Traverse a longer but more interesting approach to Goechala Pass below Mt. Khangchendzonga base camp. On the traverse the delights of Himalayan upland trekking are there to enjoy, with exciting challenge of 5000 mts higher Goechala at the end. An added advantage is that the altitude gain is more gradual and there is plenty of time to acclimatize. A trek to one of the last remaining pristine Himalayan wild..View Details
Sikkim Kanchenjunga trek is certainly a popular trek among the tourists from across the globe. It is because this trek offers superb views of high mountain peaks, a floral sight in summer, a spectacular wildlife slight and views of pristine forests. Truly a heaven, Sikkim Kanchenjunga trek will take you along some of the beautiful forests of Sikkim. During the spring season, the beauty of this trail increases with Magnolias, Rhododendrons and other varieties of flowers. The Mount Kanchenjunga (8534 meters) is the third highest peak in the world.
On the way to Sikkim Kanchenjunga trek, you ..
Mount Kanchenjunga Base Camp trek is best meant for people who wish to take pleasure of trekking as well as the camping. Thetrek follows a new trekking route in North Sikkim through Lamo-ang-dang. The highest altitude reached in Mount Kanchenjunga Base Camp trek is 5050m at Green Lake. The Green Lake provides you the grandest view of the Mt Khangchendzonga, the Simvo, Twin Peaks, Nepal Peak and distant Mt Chomolhari in Bhutan. The view of Mt Siniolchu, the most beautiful peak in Sikkim from is a sight not to be missed. The trek passes through water logged Rhododendron thickets offering twent..View Details
North Sikkim is a district of the Indian state of Sikkim. Its capital is Mangan. It is the largest of the four districts of Sikkim.A land where haven touches the earth, the ambience creates mystery, landscape dominated by elements, silence can be heard,vision tends to travel beyond the horizon, soul starts meditating- unknowingly, mind gets rejuvenated; and a land that makes you bow.Most of the people of the state reside near Mangan, the district headquarters which is about 2,000 feet above sea level. Further north the elevation increases with the vegetation turning from temperate to alpine to..View Details
Ladakh is situated on the northernmost tip of India, sandwiched between the Karakoram and the Himalayas. It is one of the most popular areas for tourists and yet also among the few less explored regions in India. It's believed that Buddhism penetrated to Tibet from India via Ladakh Himalayas. The influence of Buddhism can also be seen in the capital of Ladakh, Leh. During winter, the region sometimes becomes inaccessible due the thick layer of snow. Enjoy the brightly painted monasteries, wall tapestries, handmade crafts and the peculiar fragrance of Ladakh.
For our Extended Ladakh tour, we..
Considered as one of the most popular trek in entire Ladakh region, the Markha Valley trek is one of the amazing trips to get introduced to magical and remote Buddhist kingdom of Ladakh. The Markha Valley trekking is a memorable journey towards the "Little Tibet" to glorify the place with major attractions of peaceful Buddhist monasteries, mountain villages, high altitude pastures of Nimaling and high altitude peak- Kangyatse.
The area of Markha Valley remains alienated most of the time due to heavy snowfall specifically in winters. In summers, the panorama of this area brings the amazing ..
Sikkim-Bhutan Buddhist Tour is a rare opportunity to visit the most sacred and holiest shrines or Chortens in Sikkim and Bhutan. The Sikkim-Bhutan Buddhist Tour starts at Gangtok with Enchey Monastery built in the style of Chinese Pagoda and Do-drul Chorten (Stupa) built by Trulshik Rimpoche to invoke the Gods for the peace and tranquillity. Visit to these monasteries will let you observe holy books, relics, rare mandalas coins, statues, rosaries, antic documents, brass bells and dorjis. Visit the Research Institute of Tibetology or The Namgyal Research Institute of Tibetology, a world-renow..View Details