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Travel Guide to Gangtok Sikkim, what to see and how much to pay

Sikkim gangtok

Gangtok is the most familiar hill station among tourists. This place is especially known for its awesome weather. Sikkim is world-famous for its delicious food, great travel destinations, unique tradition, and best adventurous experience. One Who in love with nature must come here. This place is a unique combination of beauty and adventure.

Best time to visit Sikkim Gangtok

Sikkim is beautiful in every season. The different seasons bring different things to the table. When winters are about to leave and time to spring is on. I think this would be the best time to visit Sikkim. We can say March to May and October to December are best.

What to see here

Buddha Park

Buddha Park is a popular place among tourists. One who comes to Sikkim will also visit this park. This place is situated in Ravangla which is an 80 km distance from Gangtok. The main attraction of this park is 130 feet tallest statue dedicated to Lord Buddha. This statue is built in 2006 on the 2550th birth anniversary.

Buddha Park

Since the park is surrounded by the largest mountain ranges, the view around it is very beautiful. It is often very nice to see the Cho Djo lake from here. It is often very nice to see the Cho Djo lake from here.

MG Marg

Mg mark of Gangtok is most crowded. The number of visitors and locals are collected Every day. This place looks more beautiful in the evening and nighttime. Different kind of food and market for shopping is available here.

Tsomgo Lake

Tsomgo lake is 30 km away from Gangtok. This lake is famous among the local people as Changu Lake. The trek to the lake is most adventurous as it is full of cliffs, sharp stones, and authentic views. Lake offers a different and amazing view in different seasons. I will suggest you just go there if you visit Sikkim.

Tso mgo

Gurudonmar Lake

This lake is located at 5425 Altitude. Gurudonmar Lake name is taken in the highest lake in the world. Both Sikh and guru Boddh religion’s sentiments are associated with this lake. The name of the lake is derived from the name of Guru Padmasambhava Ji. According to the religious belief of this lake is that it has cure properties because it was sanctified by touching it by the Gurudonmar.

Trekking In Sikkim

Green Lake trek

Green lake is located in North Sikkim. This is one of the least explored places of Sikkim. Trek to Green lake is going to be a wonderful experience. The trail to this lake is passing through the dese and greenish trees. On the way to the green lake, you will pass through small and big lakes. From the top of the green lake, you can see the Kanchenjunga peak.

Goechala Trek

Goechala trek is one of the wonderful treks of Sikkim. It offers a great view of the mountains. The Kanchenjunga peak mountain view looks nice from here. Fourteen Other summits can be seen along with the Kanchenjunga peak. This is not an easy trek we can say that the difficulty level is more. The best time for the Goechala trek is April to May and September to October.

Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

Kanchenjunga peak is the most popular third highest peak mountain in the world. MFbaseountain height is 8,586 m. Trek to Kanchenjunga peak is an adventurous and proud experience. Trek to its base camp is even the best experience. The base camp trek difficulty level is low. By visiting the base camp of Kanchenjunga you gonna met with old village people. You get the chance to know about their tradition and culture.

The base camp trek is 90 km long. During the rainy and winter seasons trekking is not safe. Most trekkers avoid trekking in the monsoon as the patches are slippery and wet.

There are a lot of foreign trekkers in India, especially for Kanchenjunga trekking. The best time to visit Kanchenjunga is the second week of mid-march to June and mid-September to mid-November. The length of the trek is 11 days.

Dzongri Trek

Dzongri trek starts from Yuksom is a short trek for the moderate trekker. This is situated in the northeast of India Trek is 50 km long and the height of the trek is 4200 m. The length of the trek is 7 days. The best time to trek here is March to May and September to December.

This trek will take you through the dense forests, snow-capped mountains, and beautiful scenery. You are going to have a lot of fun on this trek. In this short trek, you will get all the experience that is required for a tough trek.

Singba Rhododendron Sanctury Trek

For nature lovers, this is the best trek. It will be peaceful and colorful. This place is located at Yumthang valley. In addition to the trek, the Yumthang river flows along, making your trek even more charming and beautiful. This is a place like no other. Trek is full of colorful flowers, especially with Rhododendron.

The view of Kanchenjunga peak from here is spectacular. Singba Rhododendron Sanctuary Trek is 42 km long. March to May is a great time to visit here. In this time it will be more colorful. The length of the trek is 3 days.

Food of Sikkim

The local food of Sikkim is very famous. One who visiting Sikkim must-try local taste. In their food, it is a memorable taste. Famous food items or called Taste of Sikkim are Sishnu ko soup, Sel roti, Sha Phaley, Momos, and Hard Churpi.

How Much does the cost to Sikkim Gangtok Trip

The cost of your trip depends upon which transportation you have used, the required hotel stay facility, and food. The minimum cost of the Sikkim Gangtok tour for three days is as follows-




The total cost of the trip is about 10000

How to Reach Here

By Air-There is an airport in 77 km from Gangtok city.

Through train-In, a 117 km distance there is a railway station named Jalpaiguri at Siliguri.

Bus option- Siliguri will be your first destination for Sikkim Gangtok.

Travel Rule For Sikkim Nowadays

• Covid negative report is mandatory for visiting here.

• E-pass is required

• Fully vaccinated visitors are allowed to visit without any RTPCR report

• People with Half vaccination will be allowed to visit with negative mandatory RT-PCR report is Which should happen within 72 hours. So, the report should remain valid up until reaching Sikkim. Expiration dates are not valid.

• Without taking any vaccine dose you will not allow entering Sikkim.

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