35 Best Things To Do in Sikkim in November - 2020
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Offering complete rejuvenation and a fascinating discovery of some awe-inspiring places, there are plenty of things to do in Sikkim. The landlocked state is often stated as one of the most politically stable and peaceful states in India. Sikkim occupies an important place in India’s tourism and offers the most mind-blowing landscapes, flora and fauna making it a marvellous sight to behold. A wonderland located in the Himalayas, Sikkim is a haven for both adventure enthusiasts and naturalists.

Sikkim boasts of having the third highest peak in the world, Kanchenjunga lying at an elevation of 8,586 metres. People here are offered numerous lakes, monasteries and lively hill stations to add to their travel itineraries for an interesting vacation.

Owing to its several trekking routes, spectacular landscapes and vibrant cities, activities to do in Sikkim are a mix of adventure and relaxation. Sikkim is gifted with spellbinding natural beauty and a great variety of vegetation and undisturbed valleys. Sikkim adventure activities will give anyone a memorable adrenaline rush whether it involves trekking to its highest peaks going rafting in the waters of Teesta. The warm-hearted and humble people of Sikkim make the experience of travelling through this fairy tale destination an unforgettable one.

Some of the popular cultural activities to do in Sikkim involves witnessing the traditional heritage of Sikkim at its fairs and festivals and visiting monasteries. Sikkim vouches for an incredible holiday experience offering something for everyone. Replete with an unparalleled natural scenery, wildlife, culture and history, Sikkim exists as a paradise for all those looking to satiate their wanderlust.

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Top Things To Do in Sikkim

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Paragliding at Ani Gumpa

Paragliding at Ani Gumpa

Feel the excitement of jumping from a cliff and flying over snow blanketed mountains. Paragliding is the ideal response for 'what to do in Sikkim' for those searching for a thrilling and adrenaline pumping activities in the state. View the strange excellence of this charming area as you skim at a height of 2,200 meters over snow-topped slopes, grandiose mountains, green fields, and remote fields. If you are a lover of extreme sports and like to push yourself to do more, then this will be an exciting activity for you.

Location: Ani Gumpa

Price: INR 2,500-4500/ USD 38-70 per person

Timings: The total flying time in the high fly is 20-30 minute.


If you are planning a visit to Sikkim, you cannot miss out on Gangtok, There are many wonderful places to visit in Gangtok which make it one of the best tourist destinations in India.

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Best Offers on Sikkim Tour Packages: Enquire Now

Best Offers on Sikkim Tour Packages: Enquire Now
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Rafting in Teesta

Rafting  in Teesta

Conquer all your fears by meandering through the thundering rapids with river rafting on the Teesta in Sikkim. A great way to appreciate nature with an adventurous experience. Rapids of classification 2 to 4 are interspersed with placid floats, making rafting an enjoyable experience. This adrenaline-pumping adventure is ideal for both beginners as well as experienced adventurers.

Location: Teesta River

Price: INR 900/ USD 13.86 per person


The best way to discover the enthralling landscapes of Sikkim is to engage in the adventurous trek with Gangtok Tour Packages.

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Goecha La Trek

Goecha La Trek

One of the most enthralling treks of Himalayas, Goecha La Trek takes you to rapturous locales blessed with Rhododendron forests, blue waters and the wide Dzongri and Thansing pastures in Sikkim. Beginning from the town of Yuksom, Goecha La Trek is one of the most adventurous things to do in Sikkim. Goecha La trek will take you through enchanting mountainous meadows of Bakhim and Phedang and will leave you some unforgettable memories.

Caught in the midst of lively and beautiful vegetation, it is likewise the path to the bewildering Kanchenjunga National Park to experience the characteristic magnificence.

Location: Western Sikkim

Price: INR 15,000/USD 230 per person

Timings: The best time to go there is from March to June and from September to November. 

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Yak Ride

Yak Ride

Yak safari in Sikkim is one of the most unique things to do in Sikkim where you get an opportunity to ride vividly decorated Yaks. Taking you through the thrilling, tough and testing territories of Gangtok, a Yak Safari offers you an opportunity to assimilate with the intriguing hues and genuine excellence of this area. The once in a lifetime experience will treat your eyes with scenic beauty as the yaks ride slowly on the gentle and steep slopes of Sikkim.

Location: Dzongri and Tsomgo Lake

Price: INR 500-1000/ USD 7.7-15.4

Timings: Winters are the best time for yak rides in Sikkim.

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Dzongri Trek

Dzongri Trek

Savour the majestic beauty of West Sikkim on the Dzongri Trek for a refreshing break of all the hustle and bustle of the city. If you do not fancy the challenging treks and wish to discover the natural paradise, this is the trek for you. The trek passes through enchanting meadows and also offers a glimpse of Sikkim’s vibrant culture. The real fascination on this Himalayan trek in Sikkim is the superb sight of the Kanchenjunga top and further the dawn from behind the snow-clad range that turns the skyline lavish with hues of gold.

Location: West Sikkim

Price: INR 24,900/USD 380 per person

Timings: March - June & Aug – November are the best times for this trek.

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Tholung Trek

Tholung Trek

One of the splendid treks of Sikkim, Tholung Trek is famous for taking you to the home of the cultural Lepcha people of Sikkim. Passing through marvellous alpine valleys, waterfalls and rivers, Tholung Trek is an experience to remember. The places you will get a chance to explore on this trek are Gangtok, Lingza, Tholung Gompa, Upper Tholung, Changey and Singhik. The trek offers breathtaking sights of picturesque locality filled with beautiful valleys, tea estates and mountain peaks.

Location: North Sikkim

Price: INR 21, 250/ USD 327 per person

Timings: Mid March to May and mid-October to mid-December are the best for this trek.

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Bungee Jumping at Singshore Bridge

Bungee Jumping at Singshore Bridge

Singshore Bridge is a renowned suspension bridge of 198 m where you can indulge in the adventurous activity of bungee jumping. Set among lush mountains, overwhelming waterfalls and the pristine valley of Sikkim this bridge has become the hub of bungee jumping in Sikkim. If you wish to check off some daring things to do in Sikkim from your bucket list, bungee jumping at Singshore Bridge is just the thing for you.

Location: It is located mid-way to Uttarey from Dentam

Timings: 06:00 am - 06:00 pm

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Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

When it comes to adventure activities in Sikkim, a trek to Kanchenjunga Base Camp (5143 m) is like walking into a fairytale land of mountains and meadows. The trek goes through the Kanchenjunga Conservation Area with many sights of the most fascinating wildlife. If you take pleasure in camping with trekking, this is the trek for you. The trail goes northwards to Ghumsa where it climbs to the Kanchenjunga Base Camp and then goes east via 2 passes and continues to the Yalung Base Camp (4500 m), after which it goes back south to Taplejung.

Location: Gangtok

Price: INR 14,700/USD 226 per person

Timings: The best times for this trek are mid-March to early-May and October to mid-November.

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Singalila Trek

Singalila Trek

The only trail in the Himalayas which offers vistas of not only the Kangchendzonga range but also of the Everest, Singalila Trek is the longest trek in the region. This trek takes you to some of the most idyllic places in Sikkim with stunning views while one walks through the rich flora and fauna. On this trail, trekkers encounter the panoramic views of gigantic hills dotted with numerous villages converging to form the most enchanting landscapes. Also, the cascading rivers and lush greenery add more charm to the beautiful trekking trails resulting in the extravagant appearance of Singalila ridge.

Location: Uttarey

Price: INR 42,000/USD 647 per person

Timings: Mid-March to June end & Mid-September to Mid-November are the best times for this trek.

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Cycling on Silk Route

Cycling on Silk Route

When it comes to Sikkim Adventure Activities, cycling to the Silk Route will take your adventure to a whole new level. The cycling trail from Gangtok to Zuluk will take you on this ancient route and all the breathtaking sceneries which it has in store for you. The scenic ride will bedazzle you with beautiful locations around Kanchenjunga and the Himalayan ranges. The high hills and mountains all around with chilling breeze and snow makes it one of the most amazing things to do in Sikkim.

Location: Zuluk

Price: INR 20,700/ USD 318 per person

Timings: The months of May and October are the best time to travel the Silk Road.
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Sandakphu Trek

Sandakphu Trek

A popular trek in Eastern India, Sandakphu is aptly called the paradise of trekkers. With its pristine beauty, snow clad mountains and the opportunity to see four of the world's five highest peaks - Everest, Kanchenjunga, Makalu and Lhotse - in a continuous snow-clad arc, it’s no wonder why people flock to Sikkim to experience this amazing experience. The trek to Sandakphu passes through the Singalila National Park and the winding trail takes you to the most picturesque landscapes.

Location: Darjeeling

Price: INR 100/ USD 1.54

Timings: Spring is the best time to Trek Sandakphu

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Cable Car Ride in Gangtok

Cable Car Ride in Gangtok

One of the most exciting things to do in Sikkim, a cable car ride in Gangtok offers a bird’s eye view of the city of Gangtok and amazing views of Kanchenjunga snow peaks and the valleys. The unforgettable experience includes two-way ride and you get to enjoy the beautiful scenery both ways. While photography lovers can enjoy some great snaps from the cable cars, foodies can relish the local cuisine down the ropeway after this activity.

Location: Deorali, Gangtok

Price: INR 110/ USD 1.7 per adult

Timings: The Cable car operates daily between 9:30 am to 4:30 pm continuously.

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Green Lake Trek

Green Lake Trek

Situated in a restricted territory, Green Lake trek is one of the lesser trodden treks where so far not very many trekkers have gone by before. It is a grand trail that joins the excellence of nature with staggering perspectives of high mountain pinnacles and ranges. The hike is through dense Rhododendron forest and high boulders, which poses a challenge and rewards you with unsurpassed views of Sikkim and Bhutan Himalayan peaks. if you are really daring and want to take the challenge of trekking at its extreme, then Green Lake Trekking tour is what you really need.

Location: North Sikkim

Price: INR 65,000/ USD 1000 per person

Timings: April and October is the best time to go for this trek.

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Visit Lake Tsomgo

Visit Lake Tsomgo

One of the most enthralling activities to do in Sikkim is a visit to the ethereal Tsomgo Lake. Differing with seasons, this legendary lake is associated with many myths and revered by the locals. The lake is also of special significance for the Jhakris [faith healers] of Sikkim who congregate here annually on Guru Purnima, which coincides with the festival of Raksha Bandhan, from all over the state to offer prayers.

For the tourist, a visit to the lake offers a wonderful outing.

Location: East Sikkim

Price: INR 3000/ USD 46 per person

Timings: Best time to visit this lake is from January to March.

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Hang Gliding in Sikkim

Hang Gliding in Sikkim

Soar over the hills and valleys feeling like a bird by engaging in hang gliding in Sikkim. If you want to touch the sky and sky is the limit, then Hang Gliding is the ideal sport for you. Sikkim with its spellbinding landscapes is a great location for this sport and offers this surreal experience to all adventure junkies.

Location: Yumthang Valley

Price: INR 2,000/ USD 30

Timings: Mid May to Mid October is the best time for this activity.
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Explore Namgyal Institute of Tibetology

Explore Namgyal Institute of Tibetology

If you wish to know more about Tibetan culture, religion and arts, then one of the best things to do in Sikkim is to visit the Namgyal Institute of Tibetology. The museum that stands amidst lush greenery is a sight to behold due to its colourful frescoes, attractive murals in the backdrop of beautiful mountains and natural exquisiteness. One of the major attractions here is the majestic image of Manjushri ‘the Bodhisattva of knowledge’. Moreover, people can also explore a lot of rare coins, Tibetan artworks and ancient manuscripts too here.

Location: Deorali, Gangtok

Price: INR 10/ USD 0.15 per person

Timings: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm (Sundays Closed)

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Visit Pemayangtse Monastery

Visit Pemayangtse Monastery

Pemayangtse Monastery offers a reflective environ unobtrusively set in the midst of woods. It gives an ideal place for some solitary meditating and tunes in with nature as you investigate this second oldest monastery of Sikkim. Being around for 300, this monastery is one one of the top attractions of Sikkim and it is an absolute necessity visit this place as it offers the impression of the rich engineering and the unflinching faith of the Buddhist devotees.

Location: South West Sikkim

Price: INR 20/ USD 0.30 per person

Timings: It remains open from 9 am to 6 pm.

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Visit Rumtek Monastery

Visit Rumtek Monastery

Perched on top of a hill, Rumtek Monastery is one of the largest and most significant monasteries in Sikkim. It belongs to the Kargyu sect of Buddhists and houses a beautiful shrine temple and a monastery for the monks. One of the main attractions of this Gompa is the Golden Stupa while some other attractions include Karma Shri Nalanda Institute (a college for Buddhist Higher Studies), nunnery and protector’s shrine. If you climb on top of the Rumtek Monastery you can have a breath-taking view of the whole Gangtok town situated right opposite the hill.

Location:  Dharma Chakra Centre, Sikkim

Price: INR 10/USD 0.15 per person

Timings: The best time to visit Rumtek Monastery is between September and June. It remains open from 6 am to 6 pm.

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Vist Singalila National Park

Vist Singalila National Park

Well known among the trekkers and adventure enthusiasts, Singalila National Park is a top attraction of Sikkim. The park is a forested area full of different varieties of plants and the rarest of animals. However, one of the best things to do in Sikkim is to embark on trekking here to the highest point in the national park, Sandakphu. Trek to Phalut is also popular. Both the points offer beautiful views of Kunchenjungha and Mt Everest.

Location: Darjeeling

Price: INR 100/ USD 1.54

Timings: October is a good time to visit here.

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Visit Jawaharlal Nehru Botanical Garden

Visit Jawaharlal Nehru Botanical Garden

Named after India’s first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru Botanical Gardens is one of the top attractions in Sikkim to be enchanted by the verdant natural landscape. It boasts of a wide assortment of rare plants.  It is located near the Rumtek monastery in Sikkim and maintained by the Forest Department of the Government of Sikkim. The garden also has a greenhouse, where different types of orchids are grown, and a small recreational centre.

Location: Gangtok

Price: INR 10/ USD 0.15

Timings: The best time to visit this garden is between the months of March to late May and from October to mid-December.

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Visit Khangchendzonga National Park

Visit Khangchendzonga National Park

A national park and a biosphere reserve, Khangchendzonga National Park is a place to soak in the true serenity of nature. It is endowed with one of the most magnificent eco-systems in the world where you can spot the most fascinating animals like snow leopard, musk deer, Himalayan Black bear etc. The park is a cold wilderness on one of the highest peaks on the planet within a spectacular mountain range.

Location: North Sikkim

Price: For Indians: INR 200/ USD 3  For Foreigners: INR 400/ USD

Timings: The best time to visit this national park in April to May and August to October.

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Caving in the North Lha-Ri-Nying Phu

Caving in the North Lha-Ri-Nying Phu

Located to the north of Tashiding, this experience in Sikkim will take you to the Tashiding. The activity commands a three-day trek and presents the wonderful opportunity of watching the interiors of the Himalaya. It is the most important sacred place for Buddhism and other Local communities as well. Popularly as the Old Caves of God’s Hill, this experience is totally thrilling and unforgettable among Sikkim Adventure Activities.

Location: Lha-RI-Nying-Phu

Timings: It is best reached in autumn 

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Helicopter Ride

Helicopter Ride

One of the most spectacular things to do in Sikkim is to enjoy the majestic excellence of the Himalayas by flying on a helicopter. The helicopter service (known as Pawan Hans) is provided by the Sikkim Tourism Development Corporation (STDC) offering a special thrill to the tourists getting close to the Mt.Kanchenjunga or Mt.Sinolchu. You will be hard-pressed to choose from the range of flights here like the Gangtok Flight, Kanchendzonga flight and Yumthang Flight.

Location: Gangtok

Price: INR 9,500/ USD 146

Timings: It takes place between 7 am and 12 pm.

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Steaming Dip at the Yumthang Hot Spring

Steaming Dip at the Yumthang Hot Spring

The most famous among all the hot springs in Sikkim is the one arranged at the pleasant Yumthang town in North Sikkim. It is known as Yumthang Tsachu in the local dialect. Yumthang hot spring stands at an elevation of more than 11,800 feet over the ocean level. Lying near the course of Lachung stream, this hot water spring can be reached after a short stroll of 5 minutes from the Yumthang town across a pedestrian bridge on the River Lachung.

Location: North Sikkim

Timings: 11 am to 6 pm.

Other Things to Do in Sikkim

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Buddha Park

Buddha Park

A must-visit for every tourist in Sikkim, Buddha Park serves as an important landmark to the Buddhist community. serves as an important landmark to the Buddhist community and surrounded by lush gardens commanding a beautiful view with a spiritual ambience. The scenic charm of the memorial makes it an unforgettable experience. Nearby the park, there are also meditation centre, museum, and the Buddhist conclave.

Location: Ralong Rd, Ravangla

Price: INR 150/ USD 2.31

Timings: Monday - Friday: 5.00 AM - 8.00 PM throughout the year.

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Explore Ranka Monastery

Explore Ranka Monastery

Also known as Lingdum Monastery, Ranka Monastery attracts a lot of people for its spectacular beauty. Several Bollywood movies have also been picturised here due to its appealing surroundings. Bordered by beautiful forested mountains on all sides, Ranka makes for one of the most pictorial monasteries in East Sikkim. If you are looking for some unforgettable things to do in Sikkim, pay a visit to this monastery. This is a fairly peaceful place and hence one can spend more time photographing or simply going around the place.

Location: East Sikkim

Price: No entry fees

Timings: It can be visited any time of the year.

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Eating out in 9’INE Native Cuisine

Eating out in 9’INE Native Cuisine

Sample the delectable dishes of Sikkim at 9’INE Native Cuisine that promises an unforgettable gastronomically adventurous journey. The chic restaurant has earned its fans among many foodie travellers. If you wish to experience the authentic rustic style of culinary skills of North East India, then having a meal is one of the most recommended things to do in Sikkim on your vacation. 9’ine Native Cuisine is the place to give your taste buds a wide palate of flavours that range from bland, hot, spicy and refreshingly minty.

Location: M.G. Marg, Gangtok

Price: INR 300/ USD 4.62 for two people

Timings: 11 am to 9 pm everyday

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Try Sikkemese Tongba

Try Sikkemese Tongba

Tongba is a millet-based alcoholic beverage found in Sikkim, and without trying it you’ll never be able to complete your Sikkim vacation.  Having its origins in Nepal, the drink is usually known by the vessel in which it is fermented while its original name is Jaand. So, while you explore the panoramic views, do not forget to try your Sikkimese Tongba.

Location: Any local restaurant in Sikkim

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Temi Tea Gardens

Temi Tea Gardens

Located in a blissful mountain side valley lined with cherry blossoms, Temi Tea Gardens is one of the best in the world. It all started with the virgin initiative for tea production by the last king of Sikkim in a bid to provide employment to a large number of Tibetan refugees and today is popular for its splendid tea. The tea produced here enjoys international repute commanding premium prices in world auctions.

Location: It lies between Damthang and Temi Bazaar along the way to Singtam

Price: Entry Free 

Timings: It is best to visit during November and December.

 


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Shopping on MG Road

Shopping on MG Road
If you’re a shopping lover, then one of the best things to do in Sikkim is to visit the central shopping hub of Sikkim at M.G. Road. It is replete with a wide array of shops from where you can find everything from Tibetan to traditional Sikkimese tea cups. The whole ‘person on foot’ zone at M.G. Road is free of all vehicles and a lot of shopping items to leave you spoilt for choice on your Sikkim trip.
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Bird Watching in Kewzing

Bird Watching in Kewzing

Kewzing near Pelling is the home to around 200 bird species promising an unforgettable bird watching experience in the Himalayas. Around Pelling in West Sikkim is where one can spot number of Birds such as Rusty Cheeked Scimitar Babbler, Scaly Laughingthrush, Red Faced Liochichla etc. For any avid bird watcher, this experience is undoubtedly the most excellent thing to do in Sikkim.

Location: West Sikkim

Timings: The best time is during the months of March to May.

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View Kanchendzonga waterfalls

View Kanchendzonga waterfalls

Being hidden due to thick forest cover, the Kanchenjunga falls were not known to many people until the 90s when a local tour operator accidentally discovered it. Noted for its spellbinding exquisiteness and splendour, the Kanchenjunga falls near Pelling serves as a flawless picnic spot to be travelling with family or friends. The picturesque beauty of the position is improved by returning fall of the hills it’s truly a memorable encounter to get there.

Location:  Pelling

Timings: Kanchenjunga Fall can be visited anytime.

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View Banjhakri Falls

View Banjhakri Falls

One of the most visited tourist spots in Gangtok, Banjhakri Falls is best known to offer breathtaking sights and a pleasant ambience. Dropping from a height of 70 ft, the waterfall is a great place to take a break and enjoy amidst nature’s tranquillity. The ethnic figures and sculptures belonging to the Jhakri culture make the scenery even more beautiful here.

Timings: The best time is between the month of October and February

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Visit Khecheopalri Lake

Visit Khecheopalri Lake
A paradise for nature lovers and trekkers, Khecheopalri Lake is famed as a part of Buddhist pilgrimage circuit and is often considered as a wish-fulfilling lake. The sacred lake lies in a depression surrounded by prayer flags and forested hills. The legend has it, if someone prays and sprinkles the water on oneself, his wishes are likely to come true.

Location: Pelling

Timings: February and March are the best times to visit this lake.

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Flowers Show at White House

Flowers Show at White House

Sikkim is a heaven for the best flora and one of the best things here is the famous flower show featuring over 600 species of orchids, 240 species of trees and ferns and special species of flowers. The spectacular event captivates every tourist’s imagination while highlighting the diversity of nature. There is a food fair too, which is organised with this festival that makes it all the more interesting and worth visiting. 

Timings: The best time is in between March to June.

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20 November 2018
Excellent
About the operators: Thrillophilia ties up with trek operators for this amazing trek. The team that carries the group is well trained, well versed and allows the trekkers to focus on their trekking. To provide service at such altitude with smile on face is bliss. They also have some hidden gems planned during the trek for people to be pleasantly surprised. Our trek guide Premtuk is an old hand and lives in Yaksum region. His ability to guide the team as well as captain the support staff was fantastic. He also made sure that trekkers were absolutely taken care off. He had excellent support staff and 12 horses to make sure that we had a glitch-free day’s and nights. Tenzing, vijay and others who worked tirelessly and with laughter all the time made the time memorable. About the trek: this trek offers variety for a serious trekker. The trails and paths are not the same throughout or even different times of the year. It has varied degree of difficulty and hence one needs to be physically and mentally prepared to harness the strength. One connects to self and nature throughout and comes back rejuvenated. It’s not just the moments of seeing sunrise or the summit from various points or watching Mt Pantim alone that takes your breath away but also the journey. It’s a pilgrimage to your own inner self that one ends up discovering. Finally few words of suggestions: for city dwellers who come for this trek, it’s a great idea to come and stay In yuksam few days in advance and do some of other amazing treks. Not only it helps in acclimatisation but also allows you to soak in local culture and food.
"The beauty of this trek is all about the landscape. You start of the trek from dense forest with fresh streams and then to Rhododendron trees when you gain altitude , later which you would come across a beautiful valley overlooking Mt Kanchenjunga. Try out the local cuisine in Yuksom. Thukpa and Chang are two things you need to try out. Although the trek is not recommended for first time trekkers you can still give it a shot provided you are fit and have taken all the items in checklist. "
23 November 2019
Excellent
This was my first trip with Thrillophilia as well as with complete strangers. I must say that Thrillophilia did not disappoint me ( nobody is perfect, so be flexible to accept minute glitches) . The whole trip went so smooth , starting from the pick up from airport, the hotels we got, arrangement of permits, site seeing and drop at the airport. Special thanks to Deep ( trip coordinator from tour angle) and Ammu ( my cab driver) . P. S. : if you want to see the flower calf yumthang valley and the frozen Tsomgo and Gurudongmar lake , then the ideal time to visit north Sikkim is March-April. November is the ideal time to witness the pleasant winter of sikkim along with its untouched beauty. Looking forward to travel more with Thrillophilia. P.S: the only problem which we faced was two co- passengers who used to get late for everything and because of them we had to rush from each location because of time constraint ( I totally understand that this things isn’t in the hand of Thrillophilia)
16 October 2015
Excellent
Trekking in the state of Sikkim is very different and a unique experience that you would not gain from trekking in any other part of India. The Indian Himalayas trek in Sikkim is awesome and a must take. What we enjoyed the most were the mountains, the trek trails, the people and their unique culture. This was a sharp contrast to our habits and culture. The trek is not that difficult and it is in fact very much feasible to be taken even by a first timer as well. The trekking was very nicely planned and organized with perfect budget. Do try this trek.
01 July 2015
Suryakanta Patil Goechala Trek, Sikkim, 2020
Excellent
Located in the state of Sikkim, this Goecha La trek is my dream and desire come true. This trek is a treat to all the adventure lovers who are in our country or visit our country. This place is nestled midst colourful, unique, and vibrant flora and fauna. This trek also paves way to the astounding Kanchenjunga National Park that can be visited in a day. This trek is an opulent beauty as it opens doors to murky valleys, snow clad mountain peaks, astonishing lakes, and lovely rivers in Sikkim. I was just marvelled at the spectacular beauty of this place.
20 February 2020
Excellent
I booked Magpie The Chestnut Retreat from Thrillophilia at a very decent price along with the activities. The check in and check out process was also done easily with just the e-voucher of Thrillophilia. The stay was comfortable and the food served was very delicious. There we experienced activities like yak ride and ATV ride. Everything was taken care of in the beautiful resort.
21 November 2019
Excellent
The resort is pretty along with the amazing views of the place. The room were so clean along with a comfortable bed and good facilities. The staffs were professional. No doubt we would be back. Highly recommended if you are visiting Pelling.
Excellent
I was planning for a trip to Sikkim and booked this tour. It was one of the best trips ever. Everything was very well arranged for the trip. The pickup was on time and I was joined by another group for the tour. We had the most amazing guide with us. He was very informative and was giving us detailed information about each of the places.
I was planning a trip with my gang and was searching over the internet for something interesting when I saw this package. I will have to admit that this was the best trip for us. We were 6 people who went on this amazing Sikkim Tour
Excellent
I had a very nice experience with thrillophilia. They provided al the facilities as promised ion the tour.

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People Also Ask About Sikkim

  1. Is it good to visit Sikkim in November?

    Yes,November is the perfect month to visit Sikkim. Winters haven't yet set in, so there is rarely any snow, and temperatures drop down to 12°C, which isn't extremely chilly.
  2. Will there be snow in Sikkim in November?

    No, During the first half of November, Sikkim experiences no snow. Towards the second half of the month, there is light snowfall, especially to the north of Sikkim in destinations like Tsomgo Lake and Nathula Pass. Heavy snowfall begins throughout the state by the end of the month, following which, winter continues till March.
  3. Which is the most beautiful place in Sikkim?

    Most of Sikkim is beautiful all year round. Some of the most breathtaking destinations are:

    -Kanchenjunga: At 5143m high, the magnificence of the Kanchenjunga Range is unlike any other. Try to go trekking and visit the base camp if you're here longer.

    -Gangtok: Get a bird's eye view of the entire state while you enjoy a cable car ride in Gangtok with the winter breeze blowing against your face.

    -Lake Tsomgo: A pleasant sight to see, not only in November but all year round, is the glistening turquoise Lake Tsomgo.

    -Yumthang Hot Spring: Take a break from the freezing temperatures and jump into the refreshing, steaming hot baths here!

  4. Which is the best time to visit Sikkim?

    The best time to visit Sikkim is from March to May and October to November. Being Autumn season, there is no snow or rainfall and although dry, the weather is extremely cold and wonderful.
  5. Is there snow in Gangtok in November?

    No, Gangtok experiences no snow in November. If you're visiting with the idea of enjoying the snow here, you might be disappointed. In fact, Gangtok being towards the South barely experiences any snow at all.

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