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Sikkim is a Indian State Located in the Himalayan Mountains. the State is Bordered By Nepal to the West, China's Tibet Autonomous Region to the North and East, and Bhutan to the East. the Indian State of West to Bengal Lies the South. with 607,688 Inhabitants Sikkim is the Least Populous State in India and the Second-smallest State After Goa in Total Area. Sikkim Has Kangchenjunga, the World's Third-highest Peak, is Located On Sikkim's Border with Nepal. Sikkim is a Popular Tourist Destination, Owing to Its Culture, Scenery and Biodiversity. Sikkim's Capital and Largest City is Gangtok. Almost 25% of the State is Covered By the Khangchendzonga National Park. according to Legend, the Buddhist Guru Padmasambhava Visited Sikkim in the 8th Century Ce, Introduced Buddhism and Foretold the Era of the Sikkimese Monarchy. Sikkim's Namgyal Dynasty Was Established in 1642. Over the Next 150 Years, the Kingdom Witnessed Frequent Raids and Territorial Losses to Nepalese Invaders. in the 19th Century, It Allied Itself with British India, in 1975, a Referendum Abolished the Sikkimese Monarchy, and the Territory Instead Became Part of India. almost the Entire State is Hilly, with An Elevation Ranging from 280 Metres (920 Ft) to 8,586 Metres (28,169 Ft). the Summit of Kanchenjunga—the World's Third-highest Peak—is the State's Highest Point, Situated On the Border Between Sikkim and Nepal. Numerous Snow-fed Streams have Carved Out River Valleys in the West and South of the State. These Streams Combine Into the Major Teesta River and Its Tributary, the Rangeet, Which Flow Through the State from North to South. About a Third of the State is Heavily Forested. the Himalayan Mountains Surround the Northern, Eastern and Western Borders of Sikkim. the Lower Himalayas, Lying in the Southern Reaches of the State, are the Most Densely Populated. the State Has 28 Mountain Peaks, More Than 80 Glaciers, 227 High-altitude Lakes (including the Tsongmo, Gurudongmar and Khecheopalri Lakes), Five Major Hot Springs, and More Than 100 Rivers and Streams. Eight Mountain Passes Connect the State to Tibet, Bhutan and Nepal, Sikkim's Hot Springs are Renowned for Their Medicinal and Therapeutic Values. subdivisions- Sikkim Has Four Districts – East Sikkim, West Sikkim, North Sikkim and South Sikkim. the District Capitals are Gangtok, Gyalshing, Mangan and Namchi Respectively. These Four Districts are Further Divided Into Subdivisions; Pakyong and Rongli are the Subdivisions of the East District, Soreng is the Subdivision of the West District, Chungthang is the Subdivision of the North District and Ravongla is the Subdivision of the South District. flora and Fauna- Sikkim is Home to Around 5,000 Species of Flowering Plants, 515 Rare Orchids, 60 Primula Species, 36 Rhododendron Species, 11 Oak Varieties, 23 Bamboo Varieties, 16 Conifer Species, 362 Types of Ferns and Ferns Allies, 8 Tree Ferns, and Over 424 Medicinal Plants. the Red Panda is the State Animal of Sikkim. the Fauna of Sikkim Include the Snow Leopard, Musk Deer, Himalayan Tahr, Red Panda, Clouded Leopard, Marbled Cat, Leopard Cat, Dhole, Tibetan Wolf, Hog Badger, Binturong, and Himalayan Jungle Cat. They are Many Rare Species of Birds in Sikkim. sikkim also Has a Rich Diversity of Butterflies.
Day 1 :
Arrival and Transfer to Gangtok - Bagdogra Airport (ixb) / New Jalpaiguri Railway Station (njp) / Tenzing Norgay Bus Terminus (junction) – in the Evening One is Free to Stroll Around M G Marg / Local Market - Over Night Stay At Gangtok
Day 2 :
Gangtok Local Sightseeing (optional) - Early Morning Breakfast – Gangtok Local Sight Seeing Will Be as per the Schedule of the Guide – 7 to 8 Points Includes the Following - Rumtek Monastery or Ranka Monastery One of the Oldest and Most Beautiful Monastery of India with Ban Jhagri Falls - Shanti View Point – Ban Jhagri Falls - Institute of Tibetology - Ganesh Tok - Cottage Industry - Flower Show – White Hall - Tashi View Point – One Can Visit Rumtek Monastery with Supplement Cost ) - the Visit to all These Places are Done with Leisure and We Advise Our Guest to Follow - Evening One is Free to Stroll Around - Over Night Stay At Gangtok
Day 3 :
Excursion to Changu / Tsomgo Lake (nathula Optional) - Early Morning Breakfast – Visit to Tsomgo / Changu Lake and Baba Mandir, Cool, Serene Water and the Picturesque Beauty – Tsomgo Lake is One of the Holy Lake of the Region - (nathu La Pass Visit Has to Be Arranged the Previous Night When Voters Id Card Will Be Asked for – Nathu La Pass Once Booked the Amount is Not Refunded Even if the Trip Get Cancelled. Nathula Pass Supplement of Rs.4,000/- Has to Be Paid On the Spot as It is Not Included in the Final Costing) Back to Hotel for Lunch or Lunch On the Way – the Rest of the Day is Free - Evening One is Free to Stroll Around M G Road or the Local Market - Over Night Stay At Gangtok
Day 4 :
Departure to Bagdogra Airport (ixb) or New Jalpaiguri Railway Station (njp) - Drive to Siliguri, On the Way to Bagdogra Airport (ixb) / New Jalpaiguri Railway Station (njp) (130 Kilometers, 4 ½ - 5 Hours) - Morning Breakfast - After Breakfast Transfer to Siliguri / New Jalpaiguri Railway Station (njp) / Bagdogra Airport (ixb) / Tenzing Norgay Bus Stand (junction)
Payment Terms & Methods :
* Some Advance Percentage of total booking amount
* Airfare/Transport fare to be paid full at one time in advance.
Cancellation & Refund Policy :
* Upon cancellation, refund will be made after deducting the Retention Amount.
* Retention Amount varies as per the number of days left before your package start date.
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