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About Sikkim

At the foot of the Himalayas is an utopia called Sikkim. Northeastern India's Sikkim is the country's tiniest state. The furthest reaches of this state include nations like Tibet, Nepal, and Bhutan. The Himalayas' gateway may be found in Sikkim, which is also renowned for its lush meadows, breathtaking scenery, crystal-clear lakes, and high mountain ranges. Sikkim is the least populous state, in addition to being the smallest.


The mystic and quiet beauty of Sikkim will also be revealed to you on a trip there; this state is surrounded by a remote mystery and is removed from the noise and bustle of the rest of the world. Sikkim is the most well-known of all the North East Indian states. Beautiful scenery may be found there, including the third-highest mountain range in the world, Mt. Kanchenjunga, as well as high waterfalls, tall green mountains, clean lakes, bright rhododendron plantations, and mystic monasteries.


In order to visit each area, travellers are drawn to Gangtok, the state's capital, which comprises 4 distinctive districts, each of which has a unique personality. The state is renowned for its wildlife sanctuary, where wild goats, snow leopards, black bears, flying squirrels, red pandas, and blue sheep may all be found. Adventure fans have plenty of options to choose from in addition to the many possibilities available for those who enjoy the outdoors. In addition to being well-known for its water sports, including river rafting, Sikkim is regarded as the starting point for all climbing adventures. Treks through picturesque valleys and evergreen woods are frequently organised by Sikkim tourism.


Don't judge a state by its size; Sikkim is a tourism hotspot with a wealth of gorgeous locales and significant cultural attractions. There are numerous Sikkim vacation packages with varying lengths of stay. Additionally, you can alter the packages to suit your needs.


Best Time To Visit Sikkim


When opting to visit Sikkim, it's crucial to know the optimum time to go because you wouldn't want to miss out on any of the state's charm owing to the weather. The months of March through June and November through February are suggested by Sikkim tourism as the best times to visit Sikkim. Due to each season's distinctive beauty, this lovely state is perfect for travel at any time of year. The weather and seasons in Sikkim are taken into consideration when creating trip packages.

Sikkim's summertime

In Sikkim, summer lasts from March to June. This season's temperature ranges from 5 to 25 degrees Celsius. Sikkim's summers are quite pleasant when compared to those in other parts of India. This is the best time of year to visit Sikkim because of the lovely weather. In addition to being ideal for hiking, Sikkim's summertime is one of the greatest times of year for nature enthusiasts to explore the region's verdant meadows and lakes, as well as take in the fresh blossoms of its rhododendrons and orchids. The International Flower Festival, which features a wide variety of orchids, ferns, flowers, and shrubs, is one of the many Sikkim tourist attractions to discover during the summer. This time of year sees a large number of Sikkim trip packages in operation.

Rainy season in Sikkim

From July to October, Sikkim experiences monsoon. This time of year, the temperature ranges from 4 to 17 degrees Celsius. Throughout the monsoon season, the state experiences significant rainfall. Although the area may appear to be quite attractive at this time of year, the winding, mountainous roads can become treacherous to travel on. Landslides are a common occurrence in the area at this time of year. Due of Sikkim's weather, visiting there is typically not a realistic option. But a visit to Sikkim during the monsoon will be a memorable experience for travellers who enjoy the beautiful vegetation during this time of year, who enjoy sipping tea or coffee while lounging in a nice balcony. If you have a passion for outdoors and an eye for birds Check out our Sikkim trip packages.

Winter in Sikkim

Sikkim's winter season lasts from November to February. This time of year, temperatures range from 4 to 7 degrees Celsius. Sikkim experiences a cold winter with significant snowfall. This area, which is covered with a heavy layer of snow, has an entirely different atmosphere. Areas like Gangtok, the Yumthang Valley, Pelling, and Lachung are entirely blanketed in gleaming white snow. As various snow sports activities, like skiing, are practised during these months, Sikkim tours are highly popular among sports fans. Check out our numerous Sikkim trip packages to learn more about your alternatives for seeing Sikkim in the winter.

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