where tradition meets tranquility in the heart of Himalayas

Exploring Gangtok

Gangtok Ropeway

The twin cable zigback ropeway, which opened in 2003, can transport up to 24 people and go 2 kilometres in either direction and showcases the breath taking valley below!

Tashi Viewpoint

From the picturesque Tashi Viewpoint, visitors may see the majestic Mount Sinilochu and Mount Kanchenjunga. The name of the place comes from Tashi Namgyal, the king of Sikkim from 1914 to 1963, who built it.

Rumtek Monastery

The leader of the Karma Kagyu order of Tibetan Buddhism, His Holiness Gyawla Karmapa the XVI, resides at the Rumtek monastery, also called the Dharma Chakra Centre.

Pelling Gangtok

Pelling is a lovely town in Sikkim's West region. It is situated 130 kilometres from Gangtok and 10 km from Geyzing. The town's major draw is the amazing view of the Khangchendzonga and the surrounding peaks.

Nathula Pass

This pass, which is situated 56 km ahead of Gangtok and at an elevation of 14,140 feet, is situated along the historic "Old Silk Road," which was formerly a vital connecting route of the main Silk Route.


Located in northeastern Sikkim, India, Lachung is a town and hill station. Lachung is located near the meeting point of the Lachen and Lachung Rivers, which are both tributaries of the River Teesta, at an elevation of roughly 9,600 feet.

MG Marg

Gangtok's most vibrant area and its centre is MG Road. With a variety of stores, eateries, and lodgings arranged along both sides, it serves as the main retail district of this lovely state capital.

Gurudongmar Lake

Situated in the foothills of snow-capped Himalayas, Gurudongmar Lake, also known as Gurudamba Lake, is a revered body of water in Sikkim. The lake, named for the great saint Guru Padmasambhava, is treasured by both Buddhists and Hindus as a sacred site.

Ban Jhakri Falls Park

The Ban Jhakri is a traditional shamanic healer who worships spirits that reside in caverns near the falls. The park's statues and other displays tell the story of this practise.