Sikkim is the second smallest state of India but indeed worth visiting. A wide range of biodiversity including alpine and subtropical climates and multilingual states. The capital of Sikkim is ”Gangtok”. A very famous World heritage site by UNESCO is “Khangchendzonga National park“ is situated here. Sikkim is known for cardamom production and export from India. Sikkim is the second-largest exporter of spices in India. Thus, Sikkim is a fast-growing GDP even after being a small state. The Floura and fauna here are must-visiting places in Sikkim. A very wide variety of flowers of around 5,000 different species and more than 500 types of orchids are grown in Sikkim. Figs, laurel, bamboos, and bananas are grown here in Sikkim. Cardomom planting, Temi tea garden, and rice fields are worth exploring in Sikkim.
Best Time to visit Sikkim: Apart from monsoon, in any season you can visit Sikkim. The temperature is around 18 degrees which makes the environment pleasant there.
Nearby destinations that you should explore: Gangtok, which is the capital of the city, mesmerizing and incredible cover of clouds are present. Sikkim is renowned for its cultural and historic importance. Gangtok is one the most beauteous hill stations in the country. The captivating fragrance of Rhododendrons is worth- feeling. Tsomgolake is a major tourist destination. It is 40 km away from Gangtok. Camping at the riverside at night must be experienced. The lake is covered with snow-clad mountains around it. Nathula pass is 53km away from Gangtok. It is the border between India and Tibet having must explore the market there. Teesta river and some valleys like Lachen, and Lachung are exploring and adventurous places. Kanchenjunga base camp should be importantly explored when visiting Sikkim.