Embark on a Himalayan Adventure in Sikkim

About Sikkim

Sikkim also know as the brother of the Seven Sisters, located in the Himalayas, is a place of natural beauty, historic monasteries, and snow-capped mountains. This alluring state, often known as the “Land of the Gods,” provides a quiet hideaway deep within the mountains.

Sikkim is renowned for its stunning scenery, which includes the third-highest mountain in the world and the famed Kanchenjunga. Monasteries of the state, like Rumtek and Pemayangtse, offer a look into its illustrious spiritual history.

Discover Sikkim’s rich cultural diversity, where influences from Nepal and Bhutia coexist with Tibetan Buddhism. Experience regional cuisine, watch traditional dances, and take part in celebrations like Losar and Saga Dawa.

Go on a spiritual mountain trip in Sikkim, where each sight is a work of art and each experience is a spiritual journey.

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Wiki facts on Sikkim

State: Sikkim
Country: India
Capital: Gangtok
No. of Districts: 4 (2023)
Area: 7,096 sq km
Latitude: 27°N – 28°N
Longitude: 88 E° – 89 E°
Statehood: 16 May 1975
Languages: Nepali, Bhutia, Lepcha, Limbu
Population: 0.6M+
Culture: Diverse Himalayan
Festival: Losar, Saga Dawa
Peaks: Kanchenjunga, Pandim
Monasteries: Rumtek, Pemayangtse
Cuisine: Momos, Thukpa
Traditions: Prayer Flags
Tourism: Gangtok, Tsomgo Lake
Crafts: Thangka Paintings, Carpets
Music: Chyabrung, Dhaam
Adventure: Trekking, Mountain Biking
Flora: Rhododendrons, Orchids
Fauna: Red Panda
Climate: Temperate

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