Wanting to explore the unexplored India, Sikkim had been on my bucket list for a while.
On 27th March, I finally got to see the dreamy landscape of the state. I was as usual travelling solo until a friend joined me there and we embarked on our journey to Sikkim.
This tiny state is bordered by Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan.
The curvy roads, dense forests and pretty faces, Sikkim is one of the best experiences I have had in India. People have preserved the nature, maintained cleanliness (you will find proper clean restrooms everywhere on road and there are high fines if you litter anywhere), honesty (no one will overcharge you) and live a simple and happy life. They also have a great sense of driving.
Sikkim entirely as a state fascinated me in a lot of ways and as a tourist I was completely mesmerized by its beauty.
I was there for six days in which I covered North Sikkim and Zuluk in East Sikkim.
I am now sharing my itinerary for these 6 days which might help you to plan your trip to this beautiful state.
For this suggested Itinerary, Gangtok will act as your starting base station.