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Sikkim, a small north easternly state of India, located long sequestered in the laps of the Himalayas. The paradise of Eastern Himalayas, smallest of the Indian states, Sikkim has an area of 7,096 sq. kms and population of around three lakhs. This gentle, green state in the northeast is surrounded by Nepal, Bhutan and China hence strategically it becomes very important.

It was a common thought that Sikkim is tucked away in some remote and vague corner of India. But this is not true. Come and feel the culture, the scenic beauty of the state. Trek the mountain peaks. Enjoy the sunrise of Kanchandjangha. Understand the reach Buddhist religion. Tourists and scholars alike create a great demand for information of this area.

The pristine and unspoiled natural beauty includes Alpine landscape, thick luxuriant tropical forests torrents rivers, high mountain peaks of the great Himalayan range and peaceful lakes - a true Sangrila. The story of Sikkim echoes the land itself - an ardous landscape of peaks and valleys that rise and fall like its tumultuous history. Tours and Treks, passion for learning Buddhism form the integral part of touring Sikkim.

Among all the hill stations and tourist places in the Himalayas, Sikkim has some of the best roads.

Here below, there are four regions (East, West, North and South) for the information of the viewers and interested tourists. For more information on Sikkim and tours & treks, please feel free to write to us.


Sikkim Topography

  Total Area 7,096 sq kms
  Latitude 27-28° North
  Longitude 88-89° East
  Population 4,91,000
  Population of Buddhist 28%
  Hindus 67%
  State Animal Red Panda
  State Bird Blood Pheasant
  State Flower Nobile Orchid
  State Tree Rhododendron
  Cash Crops Cardamom, Tea and Ginger


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Dear Zigmee Thanks for a fabulous time in North Sikkim, highlight of the trip were staying with Chopal and sonam lachenpa in lachen and the journey to Gurudargma (well worth the many hours in the jeep and the cold air). It wasn't hard to imagine just being over the border in

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