Explore Sikkim

A visit to Sikkim allows you to enjoy the richness of culture, monasteries, flora, & fauna. Sikkim is one of the most sought-after tourist destinations in India for offering exciting mountaineering expeditions and enchanting river rafting. Enriched with natural vegetation, wildlife cover, and snow-laden mountain peaks, the region offers several trekking destinations that lead through pine forests and verdant valleys. Multiple hot springs in Sikkim are renowned for their medicinal value.

How To Reach

By Air

Pakyong Airport is the only air base in Sikkim, located 35 km from the state capital, Gangtok. Bagdogra is the nearest major airport to Gangtok, 124 km from the city. A helicopter service runs between Bagdogra and Gangtok.

By Rail

As of now, Sikkim has no railway station; however, one can reach Sikkim via the New Jalpaiguri Railway Station. It is located around 145 km from Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim. You can find many transport options right outside NJP.

By Road

Sikkim is well connected by National Highway 31A with Siliguri and other states. You can reach the state by bus, car, bike, and other transportation modes from your desired locations.

Best Time To Visit

Sikkim is worth visiting every season, but the time between October and May is favorable for exploring the state. However, here is a monthly breakdown of the region, according to which you can schedule your visit.


The average temperature in Sikkim ranges from 28°C to 18°C during the summer season. Summer arrives as early as March and lasts until May.


June marks the onset of monsoons in Sikkim, with an average temperature ranging between 4˚C to 17˚C.


October is the month when winter arrives in the state. The average temperature ranges between (-5)˚C to 7˚C until February.

Places To Visit

Tsomgo Lake Img Credit : Indrajit Das on wikimedia
Tsomgo Lake

Tsomgo Lake, also known as the Changgu Lake, is a glacial water body set in the East Sikkim district of Sikkim. This lake, also known as Changgu Lake, is a glacial lake located in East Sikkim. Surrounded by steep mountains, the lake remains frozen during winter. Several species of birds as BrahminyDucks, are seen in the precincts of the lake. The visitors can take joy rides on decorated yaks and relish on variety of food and drinks kiosks offer them on mules.

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Gurudongmar Lake

Gurudongmar Lake is one of the most high-altitude lakes in the world, famous for its pristine beauty. It is considered holy by the Buddhists, Hindus & Sikhs. One of the best places to visit in Sikkim is Gurudongmar Lake. This blessed lake is probably the most astounding one. The simplicity and calm atmosphere add delight to this place.

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Seven Sister Waterfall

The famous falls are located on the Gangtok- LachungHighway, roughly 32 km from the capital town, Gangtok.As the name suggests, the seven different waterfalls offer an awesome view to visitors. After the rain, the falls come to life offering an awe-inspiring view. It is an ideal place for refreshment and a picnic spot.

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Pemayangtse Monastery

Pemayangtse Monastery is celebrated religious site and tourist attraction in Pelling. This 300-year-old Buddhist cultural hub offers the unwavering faith of Buddhist followers. One can encounter several statues of saints and Rinpoches. It is a three-story monastery, that preserves priceless Buddhist idols, scriptures, ancient manuscripts, and more.

Khecheopalri Lake Img Credit : Yoghya on wikimedia
Khecheopalri Lake

Sho Dzo Sho, also known as the Khecheopalri Lake, is a revered shrine of Sikkim. The lake is placed 34 km from Pelling; regarded as holy by both Buddhists and Hindus, this lake is popular as a wish-fulfilling lake. Littering or bathing in the lake water is strictly prohibited.

Yumthang Valley of Flowers Img Credit : soumyajit pramanick on wikimedia
Yumthang Valley of Flowers

Yumthang, known as the Valley Flowers, is in Lachung in Sikkim. The Shingba Rhododendron Sanctuary comes in this valley and is home to more than 24 species of Rhododendron flowers. The valley is loved for its stunning landscapes by every visitor, be it a nature lover, adventure enthusiast, or photographer.

Pelling Skywalk
Pelling Skywalk

The Chenrezig statue and skywalk are a tourist attraction in Pelling, West Sikkim district, Sikkim. The complex houses a 137 ft (42 m) tall statue of the bodhisattva Chenrezig, the tallest Chenrezig statue in the world. The place is also the location of India's first glass skywalk. The site was inaugurated in 2018 and has since attracted significant footfall.

The glass-bottomed skywalk is situated at a height of 7,200 ft (2,195 m) above sea level, nestled in the Himalayas. It overlooks the Chenrezig statue and the flight of stairs leading up to it. There are golden prayer wheels on both sides of the stairs. The foundation stone of the Chenrezig statue was laid in 2009 and consecrated by the Dalai Lama.

Rabdentse Ruins
Rabdentse Ruins

Rabdentse is the 16th former capital of Sikkim and the condition of this is in ruins. It is located very close to the Pemayangtse Monastery and the impeccable view of Kanchenjunga range is incredible. It was destroyed in 18th century. It has many stories of power and glory. You will be mused with the fact that there are still patches of blood on the walls due to have the tradition of fighting for throne.

Bhim Nala Falls
Bhim Nala Falls

At a separation of 13 km from Lachung, Bhim Nala Falls is a dazzling waterfalls arranged at Khedum town close Lachung in North Sikkim. This is one of the tallest waterfalls in Sikkim and among the prominent spots to visit in Lachung. Situated on Chungthang - Lachung street, Bhim Nala Waterfalls is likewise called Amitabh Bachchan falls because of its tallness.

The water is tumbling from high mountain and it would seem that a three phase waterfall. The sound of water dropping can get notification from far away. There is a café and a little view point simply inverse the falls which offers a delightful perspective of the falls.

Chopta Valley
Chopta Valley

This valley is the valley of flowers and alongside the forests gives a great view to tourist so this is becoming the famous place to chill out with friends, couples and with family. Temperature : Chopta valley is becoming popular holiday destinations for Sikkim tourists.

Buddha Park
Buddha Park

At the base of Maenam Hill is Ravangla, a small township and transit to various tourist destinations in South Sikkim and West Sikkim . It is also an upcoming tourist spot, and transit point for trekkers to Maenam Hill and Borong. There are accommodation facilities and numerous short nature trails. A trek down to the sacred cave “Shar Chok Bephu” , one of the holiest caves in Sikkim. The Buddha Park of Ravangla, also known as Tathagata Tsal, is situated near Rabong (Ravangla). It was constructed between 2006 and 2013 and features a 130-foot high statue of the Buddha as its centerpiece.The statue was consecrated on 25 March 2013 by the 14th Dalai Lama, and became a stop on the ‘Himalayan Buddhist Circuit’. The statue of the Buddha marks the occasion of the 2550th birth anniversary of Gautama Buddha.

Siddheshwar Dham (Char Dham)
Siddheshwar Dham (Char Dham)

It is situated at Solophok hill which is 5 km away from Namchi town. It is believed that a visit to the place is enough to wash away one’s sins. The 108 feet statue of Lord Shiva is encircled and supported by a girdle of twelve Jyotirlingams Chardam, which is situated in India in four different places like East Jagannath, West as Dwarika, South as Rameshawaram, North as Badrinath Dham, where especially Hindus consider the main pilgrimage.

Singhik View Point
Singhik View Point

Singhik is a little hamlet town in the north region of Sikkim. Roosted at a separation of 4 kms from Mangan on North Sikkim Highway, Singhik is a beautiful town adorned with the magnificence of nature. The lofty ranges of Mt. Kanchenjunga looks staggering from Singhik viewpoint. This vantage point is arranged just on the wayside of Singhik. A terrific look at Mt Siniolchu, Mt Kanchenjunga alongside different ranges can be seen from Singhik View Point.

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