Sikkim may be the smallest state of India, smaller than the district of Kutch, but that doesn’t mean you can miss it. On the contrary, explore every nook and cranny while you gotten a chance to.
Walking amidst full blown reddish pink blooms is stuff of fairy tales (or Bollywood). You can’t help but feel like a princess.Visit the Yuksom valley or travel to Gnathang, and marvel at the pink and red tint in your life.
Here is a beauty – raw, pristine – that makes you feel beautiful. Imperfect yet pure, these trees, streams, lakes and snow capped mountains are solaces to the hungry eye and soul. Whether it is the spiritual peace you seek in the monasteries or the adventure fix on a raft in Teesta, Sikkim has it all for you. Watch glorious sun rises and get bowled over by the pristine beauty of Gurudongmar Lake.
Mount Kanchenjunga, our dear old K2, is like a guardian. So high and mighty, that you can see him watching over you wherever you are in Sikkim. Catch the beautiful sunrise and all its hues while your hands are wrapped around steam hot cup of tea.
Life slows down in Sikkim. People there are still to catch the urban disease of running around in concrete jungles. People smile readily and are willing to talk provided you let your prejudices go. Come with an open heart, and get more than your heart can contain.