Sikkim is the most lovable destinations of all because it is blessed with scenic beauty and the serene mountains.
It comes from the northeastern state of India. Sikkim is connected to China from its North and Eastside, and Bhutan from its West.Also, it is connected to Nepal in its West and the Indian states of West Bengal in its south. It is the second smallest and least populated state of India which is really a good thing in my thoughts. Less population means less noise pollution and most important less harm to nature.
If you search on google for topmost tour and travel destinations of India, Sikkim is on the top of the list.
It is one of the most politically stable and peaceful places in India. It is most lovable because of the most spectacular landscape here. Flour and Fauna (Biological words for Plants and Animals ) here make it a heaven for the tourists. If you are planning a family or tour with friends this place is just for you.
You will amaze by knowing that Sikkim has 28 mountain peaks, 227 high altitude lakes, 21 Glaciers and 5 hot springs !!! And In addition to that over 100 rivers and streams. The famous river called Teesta flows from Sikkim. This river also knows as a “Lifeline of the Sikkim”.
This is tourist place so language is not a problem for people visiting this place. People here learned English also. In addition to that, the languages spoken here are Nepalese, Sikkimese and Lepcha.
The places you must visit during Sikkim Tour are…
The Best time to plan tour is between March to June and September to December. The temperature here is kind of not so cool not so hot i.e. 28-degree Celsius. I suggest you not to visit this place during the rainy season, I suggest you not to visit this place during the rainy season, means if you don’t want to stuck in rain and landslides in a state.
Transport Information for Sikkim Tour –
- Air: Nearest airport here is Bagdogra which is at a distance of 124kms. You can also avail the option of the helicopter to reach Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim. however, it depends on the weather.
- Train: The nearest railway station here is in Siliguri, West Bengal. The railway station is 188km far from Gangtok.
- Road: National highway 31A and National Highway 31 link to Siliguri to Gangtok. Sikkim National transport runs a bus service. Private taxis and jeeps are also available. A branch of highway from Melli connects western Sikkim. Towns in southern and western Sikkim are connected to hill stations of Kalimpong and Darjeeling in Northern West Bengal. The state is further connected to Tibet by the mountain pass of Nathu La.
Here is the link to my previous blog. I hope you will enjoy reading it.