Generally, people either look for beaches or hill stations to spend their holidays at and if mountains have your heart, there is no other place like Sikkim to spend an ideal destination. Sikkim is located in North East part of India and shares its borders with Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan, and to the part of Himalayas. It has some of the best glaciers, mountains, hills, and landscapes. Till 1975, it was its own Kingdom and despite being open to people from all over the world, it continues to enjoy its different personality. The capital city of the state, Gangtok is one of the most famous tourist hubs, and one can delve deeper into Gangtok tourism by booking a package tour.
The smallest state of India has everything related to Nature in plenty and its original form. The natives lead a simple life and nature plays a very strong role in their lives. Maybe this is the reason that one will find Nature blooming in the best form of staying untouched by humans in Sikkim. So, this nature’s haven has lots of things that stay confined to its land. We are sharing some of these things that make Sikkim an unbeatable tourist destination.
1.Soul Stirring views
Sharing its parts with the Himalayas, Sikkim is a home to many beautiful glaciers, mountains, waterfalls, valleys, landscapes, dense forests, and others. All of these natural wonders enjoy being in its real form and being untouched by humans. Even a normal sight of these natural wonders can awaken your soul and these soul-stirring views are something that you won’t be able to take out of your mind.
2. Adventure enthusiasts’ capital
Sikkim is one of the few places where adventure souls have their hearts set in. Owning some of the great mountains and glaciers, Sikkim has many trekkers and adventure spots. All over year, travel enthusiasts make their way to Sikkim to start their trekking or to indulge in the adventure sports.
3. Home for beautiful heritage hotels
Sikkim is one of the few places in India with beautiful heritage hotels. Elgin Hotels & Resorts is one of the most luxurious hotel in the city. The “Nor-Khill” translates to the house of jewels. Jewels here refers to the wealth of the natural beauty on display – the mountains, the valleys, the flowers and the fruits.The Kanchen garden in the hotel used to be a favorite spot of the King of Sikkim. Nor-Khill was built in 1932 around a beautiful garden.
4.Unique festival celebrations
The majority of the natives follow Buddhism as their religion, and this makes the state celebrate some of the unique festivals which are hardly celebrated in other parts of the country. Being a part of any of these festivals will give you one of the best experiences of the entire trip. People celebrate these festivals with high enthusiasm, and apart from the harvest and Buddhist New Year, there are many other festivals that are celebrated.
5.A state where peace dwells
At this time, almost every city is bustling with the crowd and daily chaos, but in Sikkim, nothing of such happens. Their lives are far away from the hustle-bustle of city life. They enjoy peace and tranquillity the most. Their development can be seen on another level that many of us lack and don’t understand.
Sikkim is a state that is very different from any other state in India and it enjoys being distinctive. With Nature marking its presence here, one can get lost in its beauty. A trip to Sikkim will be an experience of a lifetime.