An amalgamation of culture, heritage, and love for nature and the wild. This is something that prevails predominantly in Sikkim. People have always heard about the importance of co-existing with nature, and Sikkim is the one place where this balance is found. If you are looking to strike that balance stay at a homestay in Sikkim that will help change your outlook of life.
Also known as the hidden valley of rice, travelers who choose to travel to Sikkim, do so with the hopes of finding spectacular beauty and untouched reserves of nature. The most scintillating aspect of Sikkim is that even within the small area, it hosts a profound diversity. The highest peak of Mt. Khangchendzonga is the third highest peak in the world.
It is this peak that can be visible from every corner of Sikkim. Nepali is the primary language that is spoken by the people of Sikkim. The people of Sikkim are very warm and hospitable, which is why finding a homestay in Sikkim will never be a challenge for you. A beautiful concoction of people following different tribes and yet living with complete harmony is one of the best things about Sikkim.
So, head out to Sikkim and allow yourself to be mesmerized by the beauty that this paradise holds.
Being the second smallest state of India, Sikkim has its share of surprises and mystery to offer. This state is nestled by the Kanchanjunga National Park and borders almost 30% of the state. Which naturally means that travelers will get the best of nature.
An integral part of the seven sister states, Sikkim follows Buddhism mostly. The laps of nature offer some of the best hot water springs along with wildlife reserves where you can explore the wild. Gaze the snow-clad mountains as you hike the hidden trails. Or else, enjoy the many colors of their festivals and food.
homestay in Sikkim where you can observe the people from close. Food eaten here is a medley of tastes coming from India, Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet. The diet mostly includes noodles, thukpa, rice, and momo’s. Instead of finding fried food people here enjoy steamed and boiled specialties.
Color and liveliness can be seen in each festival that is celebrated in the beautifully sculpted monasteries. The Lamas of Sikkim perform the Chaam dance in which they wear masks that are intricately designed. Saga Dawa, Losar, and Bhumchu are some of the festivals that are celebrated with zeal.
Be it adventure sports, peace, or traveling on a journey to find yourself- Sikkim has the means of providing whatever adventure a traveler seeks. Come find yourself in Sikkim.