Visit Sikkim In Summer

Best Time to Visit Sikkim In Summer

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Sikkim is an everlasting stunning state with its beautiful landscape natural beauty. The beautiful state is one of those states which have an appealing environment all through the year in all five seasons, winter, summer, spring, autumn and monsoon respectively. Perhaps, summer is the best time to visit this north-eastern state. Enriched with snow-capped mountains, lakes, picturesque valleys, the beauty is beyond description, an undefined experience.

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In the hot summers, temperature can be pleasant down the valleys. It is ideal time to enjoy the blooming orchids that grow in the region. In the summers you can also grab the opportunity for trekking.

Top 5 Destinations

There are several tourist spots in Sikkim which can make your vacation a wonderful experience. But, don’t miss these.

Nathu La

Nathu La is a mountain gateway in the Himalayas. It connects Sikkim with China’s Tibet Autonomous Region. The corridor is located at 54 km east of Gangtok and 430 km from Lhasa, the capital of Tibet. One can have a look of India-China border and Chinese troops on the other side. The place is rich with flora and fauna, but the major attraction is of dwarf rhododendrons.

Tsomgo Lake

Tsomgo lake or better known as Changu Lake, located in the East Sikkim district, around 40 km away  from the capital Gangtok. The lake remains frozen during the winters. The lake has special feature of reflecting different colours in different seasons. You can witness the beauty of this lake. You can also even witness the snow fall, if you are lucky enough.

Rumtek Monastery

This is the place where you can find the utmost feeling of peace and mourn within yourself. No doubt, it is one of the most iconic structures of Sikkim, also known as the Dharmachakra Centre. It is situated very near Gangtok.

Kanchenjunga Waterfall

Just situated at the footstep of the humongous Kanchenjunga mountain range, there is a wonderful sight of water, coming just between the mountains. It actually gives you a feeling that god is pouring water as regards of blessings to us.

Singshore Bridge

Singshore Bridge is Asia second highest suspension bridge located just about 5 km away from Pelling district. The view from this bridge might be scary but simply alluring.

As summer is on its way, just check your schedule, buy a good Sikkim tour packages and march towards the majestic state.


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