Sikkim, the kingdom of flowers is situated in the eastern Himalayas. Sikkim is a land rich in culture, tradition and steeped in religion. Mount Khangchendzonga (8534 meters), the third highest mountain in the world is situated in Sikkim and is the guardian deity of Sikkim.Sikkim cozily nestled in the lap of the Eastern Himalayas used to be a sovereign kingdom until it merged with India in 1975.Although one of the smallest states in India,Sikkim is rich in flora and fauna.A traveler can enjoy evergreen tropical jungles, alpine forests ,organically grown food (rice,vegetables and fruits).Sikkim is adorned with snowy mountains,luxuriant forests with exotic flora and fauna,pristine waterfalls,sacred lakes,holy caves,medicinal hotsprings,cascading rivers and gentle streams.It is destination for all seasons and all reasons.Sikkim offer tours for everyone from those seeking solitude for meditation and those seeking leisure holiday to the more adventurous.For the adventure lovers there is trekking in the mountains,river rafting,bird watching,mountain biking,rock climbing,angling as well as the mountain flights for experiencing the snow clad mountains.People of Sikkim are peace loving with rich culture and traditions and delightful cuisines.
Gangtok is the capital of Sikkim situated at an elevation of 5500 feet above the mean sea level and it experiences a temperate climate throughout the year.Gangtok is the premier tourist spot in North Eastern India. Gangtok town overlooks the Ranikhola river which meanders in the valley below the town.The snow clad Mount Kanchenjunga and its ranges can be seen from the east of Gangtok town.
Bagdogra Airport is 130 Km and the New Jalpaiguri Railway Station is 140 Km. The attractions like Tashi View Point, Ganesh Tok and Rumtek Monastery are within 8 Km from the property. Other Attractions are Palzor Stadium (0.3 Km), Enchey Monastery (2 Km), M G Marg-the Mall Road (1 Km), Handicraft Center (1 Km), Flower Show center( 1.5 Km), Saramsa Garden (14 Km), Rumtek Monastery (24 Km), Ganesh Tok (7 Km), Zoological Park (8 Km) and Changu Lake (54 Km).