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Sikkim Travel Guide

Sikkim is blessed with spectacular views of Mt Kanchendzonga, glaciers, alpine meadows, varieties of wildflowers and charm of Himalayas.

  • Cities in Sikkim
Sikkim At a Glance
  • Capital City:Gangtok
  • Average Climate:15°C to 22°C
  • Best Time to Visit:March to July
  • Major Airports:Pakyong Airport, Gangtok
  • Ideal Durations:4 to 8 Days


The landlocked north-eastern state of Sikkim shares its borders with China, Nepal, Bhutan and West Bengal.  A popular travel destination, Sikkim is famed for its rich culture and biodiversity. The state has been blessed with natural beauty in abundance consisting of verdant green valleys and snow-clad mountain. Exploring the various Buddhist monasteries is a must.

The mystic state of Sikkim is still a place to be explored by inquisitive tourists who wish to visit places that fall into the category of ‘off-beat’. At the same time, its uncountable scenic locations, pleasant weather attract a peace-loving laid-back vacationer. The travel guide of Sikkim offers an insight about things to do, list of tourist attractions to be visited, cuisine, traditions, culture, the people and more. 

Tucked in the lap of the Himalayas, Sikkim is one of the cleanest and the second smallest states of India. It is home to majestic mountain ranges, captivating flower valleys, dense forest reserves, dazzling waterfalls, and tranquil lakes. Sikkim boasts of beautiful scenery and is one of the perfect destinations for holidaymakers searching for calmness, happiness, and adventure.

Offering a delicious visual treat with its surreal panorama, Sikkim is an ideal spot for blood-pumping adventures. This scenic hill station is culture enriched and renowned for Tibetan style Buddhist Gompas, temples, and monasteries.

Cities of Sikkim