Gangtok is the capital of Sikkim ; it is built on a cloudy ridge 5,500 feet aloft sea level. When the Time of clouds clears, it is able to see all the way to Khangchendzonga’s soaring peaks (third-highest mountain in the world), Khangchendzonga National Park was admited as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2016). It’s famous for those heading off on treks
2. Monasteries Sikkim
In testament to the fact that Sikkim is considered to be a gorgeous place for meditation, almost 200 monasteries refer the divine hilltops. Monasteries which is most visited in Sikkim are Rumtek ,Pemayangtse ( Pelling in West Sikkim), and Tashiding it is also in West Sikkim. Various Monasteries over here that are worth visiting reckon in the Karma Kagyu monastery with its 200 year old murals, the Enchey monastery (which is in Gangtok), and the old Sanga-Choeling monastey (only easy way on foot from Pelling).
3. Nathu La and Tsomgo Lake
Nathu La, three hours east of Gangtok on the Chinese border, Nathu la and Tsomgo was a big passageway on the Old Silk Route between India and Tibet before, closed in 1962. The border lie of a lone barbed wire fence, and you’ll get the strange thrill of seeing the Chinese soldiers on the other side. Luckily, only Indians are allowed to visit this far though, and only on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. A special permit is also needed and can be grab this opportunity through a registered travel agency in Gangtok.
4. Flora and Fauna Sanctuaries
Sikkim is famous for its astounding different types of birds, animals, and flowers — approx 450 sorts of birds, 400 sorts of butterflies, 450 species of orchids, and 40 sort of rhododendron. Varsey Rhododendron Sanctuary, located in the Singalila Range in the southwest corner of West Sikkim, is a dominant-visit place the time of late spring. You’ll find Maenam Wildlife Sanctuary lean of Ravangla in south Sikkim. The Shingba Rhododendron Sanctuary a highlight near Lachung.
5. Yuksom and the Dzongri Trail
Sikkim is considered in trekker’s paradise and historical Yuksom is the gateway for treks neigh of Mount Khangchendzonga. The trek from Yuksom to Dzongri Peak and Rathong Glacier, and ahead on to Goecha Peak if you’re up for challenge, is the most famous trek in Sikkim. It passes through the dense forests, elegant rhododendron gardens, and ultimate powerful rivers of Khangchendzonga National Park. Allow seven to 10 days from Yuksom to Goecha Peak and back. March to May is the best time to go. Additional permits to go over here are mandatory for foreigners.
6. Lachung, Lachen and Yumthang Valley
In far North Sikkim, six hours from Gangtok and 9,000 feet aloft sea level near the Tibetan/Chinese border, Lachung and the Yumthang Valley dazzle visitors with dramatic archaic scenery. Lachung served as a trading post between Sikkim and Tibet before Tibet was adjoin by China. Now, it’s the base camp for the popular Rhododendron Valley Trek from Yumthang Valley to Lachen Valley. Other renowned in the area are Lachung monastery, Yumesamdong (Zero Point), and the astonishing high-altitude Gurudongmar Lake (it is one of the world’s highest lakes, at more than 17,000 feet aloft the sea level).