Sikkim & Darjeeling

A visit to Sikkim and Darjeeling takes you to a mysterious realm of breathtaking natural beauty. The view of the snow-covered Himalayas is breathtaking. A trip to Sikkim is both intriguing and difficult due to the endless variety of its flora and wildlife, the rich aroma of flower-adorned meadows, the colourful culture, and the cheerful festivals that are celebrated there.In the west and east, Sikkim borders Nepal and Bhutan, respectively. Its northern border is where the Tibetan plateau rises. Sikkim was once a monarchy in the Himalayas and connected to China via the well-known Silk Road. Since 1975, it has been a part of India and has opened its borders for anyone to travel there and see the amazing natural beauty and hidden riches. Despite being a small state, Sikkim offers a lot. Sikkim encompasses the whole climatic spectrum within its 7,096 square kilometers and has the sharpest rise in altitude over a brief distance. Giving the land a rich natural history, from the tropics to the alpine. beautiful, dense woodlands bursting with exotic floral blossoms. Sikkim is home to numerous scenic villages, hot springs, and waterfalls in addition to its two main rivers, the Teesta and the Rangeet. Darjeeling was originally a charming Victorian town constructed between the Himalayan foothills, but it is now known for its tea plantations. Around the Chowrasta, one can still see the ruins of the settlement. The diverse cultures, stunning scenery, and a range of trekking choices are the main draws.

Top Attractions in Sikkim & Darjeeling

Yumthang Valley

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