Welcome To Sikkim

A place of serenity and simplicity with a strong sense of tradition.

Sikkim is surrounded by vast stretches of Tibetan Plateaus in the north, the Chumbi Valley of Tibet and the Kingdom of Bhutan in the east, the Kingdom of Nepal in the west and the Darjeeling district of West Bengal in the south.

The state is richly endowed with rare and exotic flora and fauna, which includes 5,000 species of flowering plants, 515 rare orchids, 60 primula species and 36 rhododendron species. This makes it one of the leading states in the Northeast region in terms of production and supply of cut flowers to mainland consumer markets. Of the 6,000 medicinal plants in India, over 424 plants (including the famous Artemisia vulgaris that is used as an antiseptic) are grown in Sikkim.

Top Sights In Sikkim

Gurudongmar Lake

Gurudongmar is the highest lake in India which is located at any altitude of 17800 ft in Sikkim. The unforgettable view of the snowy capped mountains,


Nathula Pass is a mountain pass in Eastern Sikkim, on the Indo-Chinese border that serves as the trade link between India and China.


The Yumthang Valley or Sikkim Valley of Flowers sanctuary, is a nature sanctuary with river, hot springs, yaks and grazing pasture on rolling meadows


A Little Heaven Amidst The Mighty Mountains. Situated at a stature of around 10,100 feet on the tough territory of the lower Himalayas.


Lachungis one of the most exquisite villages in the valleys of North Sikkim. At an altitude of 8610 ft, it is located at a distance of 120 km from Gangtok.

Tsomgo Lake

The Lake is located around 38 km from the capital city Gangtok. It will take you around 2-3 hours to reach there. The lake is sacred and is visited by the faith.


Ravangla is located 8000 ft above sea level in the South Sikkim district. You can’t miss the town because it sits right in the middle of Gangtok and Pelling,


Offering panoramic views of the mountain ranges and the valley, it lies at about 1,675 m above mean sea level. Literally translating to ‘top of the sky’.


Pelling is a small town in West Sikkim. Pelling is famous for its magnificent views of the snow-capped mountains of Kanchenjunga.