Welcome to sikkim

Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim has emerged into the mainstream travel destination of the Tourism Industry, with more and more tourist coming to this little Himalayan state every year. Sitting on the lap of the majestic Himalaya, Gangtok in Sikkim has developed into a cosmopolitan delicacy where old-world charm and hospitality exist along with the modern age of Information Technology. One can find a harmonious blend of diverse culture and religion in Sikkim Gangtok. The people of Gangtok have a strong bonding with their age-old traditions and customs. Despite of these, Gangtok is definitely not behind the rest of the world in terms of urbanisation - broad roads, flyovers, posh markets, state-of-art hospital, educational institutes, fast food outlets, discotheques, and all other modern amenities that the heart can desire for.

tourist spots

Pelling

  • Pemayangste Monastery
  • Sangacholing Monastery
  • Khecheopalri Lake

  • Pelling in Sikkim is an ideal getaway for tourists as its vicinity has numerous waterfalls, soft trek routes, villages and soothing atmosphere for all discerning. High above the forest covered hills, in an amphitheater of cloud, snow and rock.

    Gangtok

    • Labrang Monastery
    • Pemayangste Monastery
    • Rumtek Monastery
    • Deer Park
    • Phurchachu Reshi Hot Springs

    • A 24-km drive from Gangtok, through the beautiful, bewitching countryside leads one to Rumtek. Rumtek, is the seat of the Karmapa Lama who heads the Kagyupa Sect of Buddhism.

    Yuksam

    • Dubdi Monastery
    • Tendong Hill
    • Ravangla
    • Menam Hill

    • Yuksam in Sikkim was the first capital of Sikkim. This was the place, where according to the historical records, the first Chogyal of the Kingdom of Sikkim was enthroned in 1641 AD by the three learned lamas. It is from here that the trek to Dzongri and to the base camp of Mt. Kanchenjunga begins.