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    Sikkim honeymoon package from Guwahati

    Sikkim, a Himalayan state located in the North East Himalayas, is a popular destination for special occasions in India. The optimum time to visit Sikkim depends on your preferences for ecstasy or snow, if either of those things is important to you. If you are travelling to this location from Guwahati, summers are wonderful with pleasant temperatures and a break from the hot fields. This makes it considered as the best time to plan your Sikkim event. The beauty of Sikkim is at its peak during the winter months when snow covers the whole state.Read More

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        Frequently Asked Questions

        Which languages are spoken most often in Sikkim?

        English, Nepali, Sikkimese, and Lepcha are all recognised as official languages of Sikkim. Nepali is spoken by 64% of the population, Lepcha by 11%, and Sikkimese by 11%. This place also makes regular use of English. Tibetan and Bhutia are two other languages used in Sikkim.

        How are Sikkim's roads now doing?

        The terrain is harsh, so you will see it when travelling on the highways. However, the roads in popular tourist areas and big cities are generally in decent condition.

        Where is Sikkim's closest airport?

        The airport that serves Sikkim the closest is Bagdogra Airport. which is located 124 km (km) west of Sikkim in West Bengal. Sikkim is home to one additional airport, Pakyong Airport, but it does not run any regular flights.
        In order to get to Sikkim, we like Bagdogra Airport.

        Where is Sikkim's closest railroad station?

        The closest railroad station to Sikkim is at New Jalpaiguri. Major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, etc. are easily accessible from there.

        Are there any reputable eateries in Sikkim's larger cities?

        In Sikkim, you may taste a range of regional eateries. Here is a list of several excellent eateries.

        • Gangtok Nimtho: Here you may sample flavorful native Sikkimese cuisine or a Nepalese thali.
        • OSM Gangtok offers delicious meals in a beautiful modern setting in Sikkim.
        • Crackers ‘N Whips Namchi, renowned for its quick food
        • Mama Kitchen Yuksom is well-known for its Sikkimese-style home cooking.
        • Famous for its blend of Indian, Chinese, and Tibetan cuisines is Kabur Pelling
        • Havmor Pelling is renowned for its South Indian cuisine.
        • Try the native Sikkimese cuisine, Hotel Garuda in Pelling, or Mama’s Kitchen in Yuksom if you’re a vegan.

        Am I able to go hiking in Sikkim?

        Yes, it is the answer. Sikkim offers a variety of hiking tracks. In North Sikkim, for example: Treks to Tosar Lake, Phuni Toska, Green Lake, and Shingba Rhododendron

        East Sikkim: the Khedi Trek and the Fambong Lho Trek

        Himalayan and Maenam Treks in South Sikkim

        West Sikkim offers the following treks: the Kastori, Khangchendzonga, Singalila, and Barsey Rhododendron Treks

        What is the Sikkim native cuisine?

        Sikkim cuisine is renowned for its traditional flavours. It is a blend of Tibetan, Nepalese, and indigenous Sikkimese foods. The Sikkimese primarily eat rice. Momo, Tibetan noodle soup, thukpa, gundruk, sha phaley, pork curry, and chhurpi are a few of the regional delicacies.

        What is Sikkim renowned for?

        Sikkim is renowned for its serene atmosphere, austerity, and good weather all year round. Sikkim is well-known for Kanchenjunga, the third-highest peak in the world at 8586 metres, but it also has a wide diversity of plants and animals, as well as a vibrant blend of rich cultural traditions. Sikkim also has the blessings of lush valleys, cool air, a peaceful atmosphere, and snow-capped summits.

        Does Sikkim permit photography?

        It all depends on where you are travelling. The ideal approach to photography is to obtain consent before taking a picture. Some Monasteries, such as Rumtek Nathula Pass, forbid photography, and drone use is also restricted at Gurudongmar.

        When visiting Sikkim, what should you do and not do?

        Do yourself a favour and take a guide.

        Limit your usage of plastic bottles.

        Place rubbish in appropriate bins and Keep your environment clean by not leaving trash behind.

        Before photographing residents, get their consent.

        Do thorough study on the local customs and culture, then dress appropriately.

        At monasteries, it is customary to give a contribution.

        DON’TS :

        Be respectful of the community members.

        Avoid disturbing animals.

        Buy no endangered antiques.

        Avoid talking aloud, smoking, or drinking in the vicinity of monuments and holy sites.

        Avoid pulling up plants or flowers

        Keep lakes and streams clean.

        Does Sikkim appeal to families?

        Sikkim has a rugged landscape, and yes, it’s a wonderful area to explore with your family. It has a northeastern charm, and you can always see the snowy Himalayan peaks.

        The splendour of nature will always compel you to investigate the valley’s waterfalls, its magnificent Buddhist shrines, and the benevolent actions of the locals that live there. Try their regional cuisine, including Gya thuk, dhindo, dumplings, and other dishes.

        Learn more about the Sikkimese culture by visiting its monasteries and cultural heritage. With your friends or family, you may attempt some adventurous activities like paragliding, river rafting, cable car trips, strenuous hikes, shopping, sightseeing, birding, mountain biking, and yak riding.

        In Sikkim, is it safe to go alone?

        Ah, I see. Sikkim is a safe destination whether you’re travelling alone or in a group because the locals are friendly and helpful. Even if they don’t speak much English, you can still have brief conversations with them to ask for directions or to find an ATM nearby.

        Consider their slogan, “Where nature smiles”; I suppose it actually does.

        When travelling in Sikkim, what should you keep in mind?

        These are a few things to keep in mind whether you’re travelling with family or alone.

        • If you’re travelling alone, opt to take out cash solely during the daytime rather than looking for it at night.
        • The majority of areas, such as MG Mall Road, are constantly crowded, even late at night, so you might not have any difficulties if you stay there; but, even if you don’t, that’s good since even your budget is a bit lower, so you can stay a little farther away from that location.
        • Be careful; the majority of the army will be out and about at night to ensure your protection as the area is close to the China-Sikkim border. prefer not to take any photos of the base camp because photography is prohibited there.
        • Upon arrival in Sikkim, you will be directed to a station where a copy of your passport and a passport-sized photograph will be taken only for their records and in order to grant you a pass to enter Sikkim.
        • When it comes to what to dress, since it’s chilly, we like to wear something basic like a regular t-shirt or a jacket because you still have to explore more of that area.
        • Everyone, that’s it! I think these crucial pointers will be enough to allow you to go about Sikkim without restriction.

        Sikkim offers what kinds of activities?

        Both with your family and on your alone, you may attempt a variety of activities.
        the Maenam Animals Sanctuary, the Varsey Rhododendron Sanctuary, the Khangchendzonga National Park, the Kewzing Forest, etc. are all good places to see wildlife.
        Ani Gompa, Pelling River, Gangtok, Paragliding Teesta River rafting
        Cycling on mountains: Gangtok and Rangpo
        hiking in places like Yuksom, Hilley, Lachen, Yumthang, Namchi, and Taktse.
        Explore the monasteries of Rumtek, Enchey, and Pemayangtse
        Gangtok’s cable car or ropeway
        Yak riding: Dzongri and Tsomgo Lake
        Taste the local cuisine, which includes Sikkimese, Tibetan, and Nepalese dishes
        Among the mountains to climb are Mt. Kanchenjunga (27,803 feet), Mt. Kabru (24,005 feet), and Mt. Siniolchu (22,610 ft)
        Mountain ranges include Mt. Thingchinkhang (6010 metres), Mt. Jopuno (5936 metres), Mt. Pandim (22,010 feet), and Mt. Rathong (21,911 ft)

        Which of Sikkim's attractions are the best?

        These are the top destinations in Sikkim.

        Wintertime freezing of Tsomgo Lake Nathula Pass, a trade route between China and India

        Yumthang Valley, the Sikkim Valley of Flowers, and Kanchenjunga Base Camp, the third-highest mountain in the world

        One of the highest lakes in the world is Gurudongmar Lake.

        Sikkim’s Goechala is a high mountain pass.

        Kanchenjunga’s base camp is at Green Lake, and Lachung is a peaceful alpine town.

        Pelling is a hilly Himalayan village.

        Zuluk: The junction of the Jelep La and Nathula Pass

        Ravangla: A recent tourist location

        The Romantic Monastery of Rumtek

        Yuksom: An ancient Sikkim town

        How chilly is it in Sikkim?

        The region gets frigid during the winter, the lakes all freeze over, and it snows. In the summer, the weather is pretty agreeable, a little cold, and sunny during the day.