Hill Station Lovers: Why you must visit Sikkim

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Sikkim

Sikkim is a teeny hill station embedded in North Eastern region of India. Well reputed for its high elevated mountains, fanciful villages, silent scenery, holy lakes and glorious Buddhist Monasteries, all these will surely get you close to nature providing you ample peace and solitude during a holiday in Sikkim.

Sikkim is also believed to be a heaven for adventure seekers, trekkers and mountaineers owing to its myriad adventure activities. Whether you are seeking for a laid back break, taking in the pageant of nature’s beauty or finding a fun-filled adventurous holiday. Sikkim will certainly not leave you disheartened.

Travel Option: Sikkim is always recommendable to travel by bus. Buses are cost effective and easy to book online, www.redbus.in this offers ample choice of bus types, listed in the site. Choose your bus and reward yourself a relaxing vacation wrapped in the magic of hills.

Places to see here:

Gangtok: Also referred as the ‘Land of Monasteries’, Gangtok is the alluring capital of Sikkim. Heart melting views of the soaring peaks of Mt. Kanchenjunga, fresh mountain air, picture postcard beauty and salubrious climate. All makes it perfect for you to set your feet here!

Lachung: Lachung is another amazing town located the Northern region of Sikkim. Known for its snow clad peaks, sparkling waterfalls and gurgling streams, the town makes for an ideal destination in Sikkim to have a relaxing stay amongst picturesque beauty.

Pelling: Snow-capped peaks of Kanchenjunga range can be best seen from this tiny hamlet. Quiet ambiance and picturesque settings of this spellbinding town attracts thousands of tourists from across the country.

Yuksom: The undamaged natural charm, peaceful surroundings and an oscillating mountain air, makes Yuksom a picture perfect holiday destination for people seeking extreme quiet and solitude. Yuksom also offers an array of trekking options, therefore, it is visited by countless numbers of trekkers from worldwide.

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