Why is Sikkim the best tourist place

The best time to visit Sikkim

Sikkim is a place to visit this summer if you just want to be in a cozy spot among the hills and look at the mountains, lakes and monasteries nearby. Sikkim is small, calm and self-contained, and mind blowing in terms of beauty. It doesn't need an introduction as a famous prime tourist spot, and it packs a lot of punch. There are Buddhist monasteries, lakes, waterfalls, sports openings like backpacking tours and even something as quirky as a haunted house that is a tourist attraction. Sikkim is paid a visit to Vest in summerfrom April to May to June or even in winterfrom September to December.

Months conditions our recommendation
April to JuneSummers are the perfect time for hikers as the climate is pleasant and the view is breathtaking with all the blooming and green flowers.Popular tourist season
Mid-September to mid-DecemberThe weather is perfectly fine and you will surely enjoy all tourist activities.Ideal time
Mid December to FebruaryThe mountains are covered with snow. If you love snowfall then you must visit Sikkim this part of the year.Ideal time
July to mid-SeptemberSikkim is prone to landslides, so it is less touristy as most people avoid visiting Sikkim during the monsoons. Though you get good discounts as this is the low season.Off-season

spring in Sikkim arrives in full bloom, the weather is pleasant and borders on the colder side. The climate is ideal for sightseeing, and if you stop by this time, you'll be part of the Flower Festival, reputedly the largest in Asia.

summer Sikkim are way cooler than large parts of India - in fact, it's not even hot, not uncomfortable at all. However, there is the problem of persistent air and environmental humidity which results in a humid climate where it suddenly rains, but the sun is also clearly visible in the sky.

Monsoons in Sikkim are not a very popular tourist choice, and it's not too difficult to see why. Monsoons are sometimes borderline dangerous as they make Sikkim prone to landslides, a danger to the environment. In addition, the tropical het is only now really kicking in and in connection with the residual moisture, moisture is created in the weather and a hot weather that is sometimes oppressive.

There is a short fall season between monsoons and winter when Sikkim is full of vibrant beauty and fine weather, making it a popular choice for tourists.

winter in Sikkim are as cold as real winters should be; snowfall is a given so you can see how cold it gets. But there is one downside: the winter weather makes landslides just as common, which makes it unsafe for tourists as the year progresses. The moisture in the air also makes the place appear damp.

How to get to Sikkim

Sikkim can be reached by air through the somewhat famous Bagdogra Airport, and then you can take a taxi to a nearby hotel. By train, you can get to Sikkim via New JalPaiguri (NJP) Station, which is well connected to other famous places like Darjeeling. By road, you can travel to Sikkim from neighboring places like Siliguri with ease.

What to do and see in Sikkim

  • Gangtok, the most remarkable place in all of Sikkim, is a true tourist spot in itself. It has beautiful views of the mountains and breathtaking lakes, adventure sports openings and even a wax museum. It also has Buddhist monasteries and the cable car.
  • Ravangla, another of Sikkim's most consolidated and complete tourist destinations, offering backpacking facilities, monasteries, rejuvenating hot springs and is a particular favorite with honeymooners.
  • Laughter, another tourist destination, has shopping, monasteries and au naturel sports with a variety of waterfalls and lakes. It is also a very popular honeymoon destination.
  • Aritar, now this is not a chip from the old block - because the main attraction is a haunted house! Go in, adventure freaks. There are also lakes, waterfalls and monasteries in abundance.

Sikkim is one of the most interesting places, so now if you're looking for a refreshing mountain vacation that includes just a bit of Buddhist religious culture, aquatic magic in the form of lakes and waterfalls, thrills in a haunted house, and a cable car right through the heart of the mountains in the Trade thrown. Yes, Sikkim has a lot in store and boy does it deliver. To find the tailor-made vacation here depending on the time of year, consult this weather guide and plan ahead. Colorful vacation!