A land full of warm-hearted people live in a paradise adorned by starry sky ornamenting the right shoulder of India, Sikkim is a hideout from the hustle and bustle of chaotic urban life. Last to be added as a part of Northeastern Region, Sikkim vouches for an incredible holiday experience with diversity of adventure, rich history, nature’s beauty and heart melting culture. Music to the ears of travellers, this Northeastern piece of melody is where rejuvenation awaits you amidst high altitude lakes, green valleys, gorgeous waterfalls and twisty rivers; and where spirituality and peace of mind find you at serene monasteries; and celebration of fairs & festivals makes you fall in love. The first glance of Sikkim tourism impresses tourists with a scenic view of chains of mountains and lush greenery. In fact, the state boasts dramatic contours that range from dense forests to barren lands and patches of meadows. The northern part of Sikkim is primarily known for its high altitude lakes like Gurudongmar, and that of a meadow called Valley of Flowers. The scenery of this part of the state is quite distinctive, and that is why it is mostly preferred by adventurers who relish trekking, camping and mountaineering here.
Department of Tourism, Government Of Uttarakhand
Hampta Pass - 28th Sept and 5th Oct
Bhrigu Lake - 5th Oct , 12th Oct and 27th Oct
Indrahar Pass - 19th Oct
Goecha la - 12th Oct