Sikkim is an inland Indian state nestled in the eastern Himalayas, spread below the Mount Khanchendzonga. It is the least populous state in India. Sikkim covers an area of 8000 Sq. km. The people of Sikkim are warm, simple, and friendly with a nature gaiety. The customs and rituals of Sikkim are as diverse as the ethnic that live in the land. Lush and thick forests, flush with blooms of exotic flora, hilly expanses embellished by Sikkim's two main rivers, the Teesta and the Rangeet, the picturesque villages, hot springs and waterfalls have a compelling appeal. Sikkim has much to offer all her visitors. From popular home stays where one can get a firsthand experience of rural Sikkim to endless possibilities for adventure sports. From ancient monasteries and flamboyant festivals to all the amenities of the modern world. The State is naturally gifted having all sorts of destinations and circuits required for the tourists.
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