An erstwhile Himalayan monarchy and part of the fabled Silk Route to China, Sikkim is the second largest state in India and forms a part of the mesmerizing North Eastern part of India. Previously, an autonomous regime, Sikkim was indicted into mainland India in 1975 under Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. This memorandum has opened the doors of Sikkim to the outside world to witness the natural bounty abound in this small state.
Sikkim’s small size geographically often belies the vast natural diversity that it has to offer. Housing the world’s third highest peak, Mt. Kanchenjunga in the North and temperate vegetation in the South of Sikkim, Sikkim’s landscape changes within a few square kilometers. Sikkim is divided into four districts – North, East, South, and West – and each of these has a multitude of experiences to offer. To name a few, the East district, with the administrative center at Gangtok, is the heart of Sikkim’s business and economy. The East district also houses the Tsomgo Lake and the historically important Nathula Pass. The South, with its mesmerizing villages and hills flanking them, is right out of Lord of the Rings. The West is the historical part of the state and is replete with culture and heritage. Some of the holiest and key shrines in Sikkim are located in this region. It also boasts of having a beautiful terrain abounding with lakes, waterfalls and some very popular trekking routes. This is the key reason why people make sure that when traveling to Sikkim, all the four sides of the state are a definite addition in their Sikkim Honeymoon Tour Packages.
Hence, I can say that this the best part of Sikkim Honeymoon Tour Packages on offer. Last, but not the least, the North district, home to Mt. Kanchenjunga, this district is teeming with gorgeous alpine sceneries and landscapes and valleys like Yumthang, which transforms into a sea of flowers during spring, is enough to satiate the most avid hearts. Sikkim, in its vast repertoire of natural vistas, also has two rivers to add to it. The Teesta and the Rangeet, both having their origin in the high altitudes of the Himalayas, snake across the length of Sikkim, into the plains of West Bengal finally joining the Brahmaputra in Bangladesh which makes a must do visit when looking for best Sikkim Honeymoon Packages.
Sikkim also has ample opportunities like Paragliding, River Rafting, etc. for the adventure junkies to satiate their hunger for adrenaline. Also, a new adventure activity for the enthusiasts who like to experience the local culture first hand has settled its roots in the Sikkim adventure tourism field – Mountain Biking. The rugged terrain of the landscape in Sikkim has made way for a number of cycling trails to become popular all over India. For the foodie, Sikkimese cuisine finds its roots in the intermingling of different ethnic communities – the Bhutias, the Nepalese and the Lepcha. Starting from soft melt-in-your-mouth dumplings called Momos to Thukpa - a noodle based dish of Tibetan origin, Sikkimese cuisine has a lot to offer.
Right out of a fantasy novel, Sikkim is and should be in the bucket list of every nature enthusiast from not just in India, but all over the world. Travelers bound for Sikkim are in for a journey into the seamless intertwining of mythical heritage and natural bounty, which is a strong reason to just give a break to your predefined itineraries and click the Book Now button right away on the page showing Best Sikkim Tour Packages. The panoramic magnificence of the snow-capped Himalayas, the invigorating scent of meadows covered in flowers, the vibrant culture and colorful festivals, the infinite variety of flora and fauna, the awe-inspiring monasteries all make Sikkim a perfect holiday destination for both families and friends alike, as a part of your Best Sikkim Honeymoon packages.