Experience the panoramic perfection ofthe snow-capped Himalayas, where Mt. Khangchendzonga the third highest mountain in the World stands tall, the heady scent of flower- bedecked meadows, the vibrant culture and joyous festivals. Precipitous slopes inhabited by high altitude exotic species of animals Some rare animals like snow leopard, clouded leopard and red panda, birds and flora. The river Teesta runs down the state where altitude range from almost sea level to over 28,000 feet, from north to south and is known as "Lifeline of Sikkim". The state has about 75 Buddhist monastries, dating back to the early 18th century.
Places To See
Gangtok - Botanical Garden - Pelling - Yuksom - Gezing - Jorethang - a major business center in south Sikkim - Narnchi - Kalimpong - beautiful hill station is ideal for relaxing vacations - Phodong - Chungthang.