Sikkim is a landlocked Indian State in the Himalayan region of India. It is the only state in India where majority of people are Nepalese. The various ethnic groups have their own name for Sikkim: the Nepalese call it "Sukhim" (New Home), the Tibetans call it "Denzong" (The Valley of Rice)", andtheLepchas, Sikkim's original inhabitants, call it "Nye-Mal-Ale" (Heaven). It is situated at an altitude of 253m to 8595 m from the sea level. The world’s third highest mountain Kanchanjunga is located here. Every year, the local inhabitants celebrate a two-day festival called Phanglhapsol, in the honor of Mt. Kanchanjunga. Sikkim is well known for its scene beauty which can be discovered by various means such as mountaineering, kayaking, and even Yak safari.
Itinerary for Sikkim Trek
Day 1 : Fly Delhi - Bagdogra. Drive to toPemayangtse. O/nt Hotel.
Day 2 : Visit the Pemayangtse&Sangaycholing Monastery.
Day 3 : Drive to Gangtok visiting the Rumtek Monastery enroute.
Day 4 :Gangtok sightseeing tour Enchey Monastery, Research Institute of Tibetology, Chorten and Orchid Sanctuary. O/nt at Hotel in Gangtok.
Day 5 : Early morning drive to the Nepali border for your flight from Bhadrapur to Kathmandu.