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    The smallest state in India, Sikkim, is situated in the northeastern region of the nation. With Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet as its neighbours, Sikkim certainly has no shortage of tourism attractions. Sikkim, which serves as the entrance to the Himalayas, is renowned for its picturesque landscape, verdant meadows, clear lakes, and impressive mountain ranges. You will lose yourself in the state’s alluring locations and witness the coexistence of Buddhism and Hinduism, which has given Sikkim its own distinct and tranquil culture. This kingdom of mountains has a distinct personality.

    Every square inch of the state of Sikkim is covered in stunning monasteries. With its pristine and lush roads, valleys, mountain peaks, and meadows, it will be difficult for you to resist falling in love with this place. The serene atmosphere of the eastern Himalayan state, which is home to rhododendron gardens, dense woodlands, and apple and orange orchards, leaves a lasting impression on everybody who visits. The mountainous state of Sikkim makes for an incredible escape from the heat and monotonous living in the plains during the summer months when the rest of the nation is on fire. In the summer, there will be an abundance of wildflowers that will fill the valleys and make your trip worthwhile.

     Day 01: Arrival at Gangtok

    • You will be provided with assistance for your transfer to Gangtok after landing at Bagdogra Airport.
    • Complete the hotel’s check-in procedures.
    • The remainder of the day is yours to do as you like.
    • In the motel for the night.

     Day 02: Tsomgo lake + Baba Mandir

    • Proceed on a day trip to Tsomgo Lake after breakfast.
    • This glacial lake, also known as Changu Lake, can be found on the route leading to the Nathu La pass and is a well-liked tourist destination.
    • Baba Mandir will be visited next. A courageous Indian soldier named Harbhajan Singh lost his life during the conflict close to the Nathu La Pass, and this memorial is dedicated to his remembrance. re-enter Gangtok.
    • The evening is available for leisurely shopping. Spend the night at the hotel.
    • For an extra fee, an optional excursion to Nathula Pass (Alt. 14000 Ft.) near the China border can be scheduled (except on Monday and Tuesday) for Indian nationals only.

     Day 03: Gangtok to Darjeeling

    • Proceed to a half-day sightseeing tour of Gangtok after breakfast, stopping at the Banjhakri Falls, the Cottage Industry and Handicraft Center, the Flower Show, the Dro-dul Chorten, and the Institute of Tibetology.
    • Drive to Darjeeling in the afternoon (7,100 ft.). Check into your hotel as soon as you arrive.
    • Stay the night in Darjeeling.

     Day 04 Darjeeling Excursion

    • Early in the morning, depart towards Tiger Hill to see the sunrise.
    • Tourists find this to be a top attraction. After breakfast, go to the Himalayan Mountaineering Institute (closed on Thursday), the Padmaja Naidu Zoological Park, and the Tea Garden to see the picturesque scenery of tea harvesting and processing.
    • Visit Batasia Loop and the Ghoom Monastery.
    • Visit the 1972-built Japanese Temple built in honour of Lord Buddha as well.
    • Visit the Tibetan Refugee Self Help Center as well.
    • The afternoon is a great time to go shopping on your own in neighbourhood markets like Chowk Bazaar, Batasia Loop Market, and Ghoom Monastery Market. Have fun staying the night.

     Day 05: Drop at Njp/Ixb

    • After breakfast, check out of the hotel and make your way to the airport to catch your connecting flight.

    Monasteries are abundant in Sikkim; the state is covered in stunning buildings all over. It will be difficult for you to resist falling in love with this country, with its pristine and verdant roads, valleys, mountain summits, and meadows. The eastern Himalayan state has dense forests, rhododendron groves, and apple and orange orchards, and its tranquil atmosphere is sure to leave a lasting impression on anybody who visits. Sikkim is the place to go when the rest of the nation is scorching in the summer since the mountainous state offers an incredible escape from the heat and monotonous existence in the plains. Summer brings a profusion of wildflowers that cover the valleys and make your trip well worthwhile.

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