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BOOK A HOMESTAY IN SIKKIM

Sikkim – The crown of Himalayas. 
And our Homestays are like the precious Gems on it.

The snow covered peaks of Himalaya in their meditative silence. The colorful flags and prayers of the age old monasteries. Sikkim- a place for peace seekers, for nature lovers and for lifelong travellers. Apart from being a border state of North-East India, Sikkim is the abode of the India’s highest peak Kangchenjunga. The wild flora and fauna, ancient monasteries and panoramic beauty of Himalayan array are the allures the travel junkies.

Sikkim shelters many of the trekkers as well. There are quite a few trek routes starting form Sikkim. Gangtok was always a vacation destination but places like Lachung, Dzongu, Yuksam,Zuluk, Yumthang, Lachem, Peddong etc are becoming travellers favourite day by day. Sikkim allows you to experience wild flowers, red pandas, Rhododendrons, numerous glaciers, azure lakes and snow-capped mountains. Our homestays assures the best option to stay during your Sikkim days. We assure comfort, warmth, good food and a great experience altogether.

We have all the options for family, solo nomad, trekkers andgroups as well.
So just have a chat with us and plan to explore Sikkim

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Mayal Paradise Homestay, Yangsum

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YumaSam Homestay, Geyzing

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Khecheopalri Homestay, Khecheopalri

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Salakha Homestay, Okhrey

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Saanvi Homestay, Rumtek

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Nampong Homestay, Nampong

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Aritar Lake Homestay, Aritar Lake

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Ralung Homestay, Ralung

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Places of Interest & things to do at Sikkim

The panoramic perfection of the snow-creped Himalayas, the drastic scent of flower-bedecked meadows, the vibrant cultures and joyous festivals, the infinite variety of its flora and fauna makes Sikkim travel and tourism much more thrilling and fascinating. Sikkim not only boasts of its natural beauty, but also offers a charming list of things to do and explore.

Believe it or not, no one can resist to visit alluring Gangtok place for its serene beauty, lush forests and seizing rivers. This place is enriched with unwavering natural beauty and adventures. River rafting, car rides, mountain biking are most enjoyable things here for adventures lovers.
Nathula pass is the highest motorable pass in the world situated above the sea level and connects Sikkim with Tibet. This pass is open to Indians and one has to obtain permission from the tourism department to visit this place.
Pelling is the destination for those who are the enthusiastic fan of the engrossing Himalayan Range. One can have the best views of Himalayas and the Kanchenjunga peak from this place. Trekking, rafting, different waterfalls are the main attractions of this place.
Lachung has several reasons to make anyone fall in love with it. It is popular for the snow-creped mountain in Sikkim. Its untouched and serene beauty makes it one of the scenic and charming tourist spot in Sikkim.
The Rumtek Monastery is the largest and oldest monastery in Sikkim. Buddhist cultures and traditions are mainly followed here. It is also known as ‘Dharma Chakra Centre’.
Namchi means ‘top of the sky’ and if one once visits this Sikkimese city this will be proved. Namchi is more considered as a pilgrimage Centre for the Buddhists and this city has a 108ft. Lord Shiva statue and is visited by a large number of Hindu devotees as well.
Baba Mandir is also known as Baba Harbhajan Singh Temple. It is located between the Jalepla and Nathula pass at an altitude of 13,123 feet.



Trekking: Trekking in Sikkim will be a memorable experience for the adventure lovers. The sight of the snow-clad mountains, the foggy rains enveloping the slopes in lacy thicket seems everything like touching the heaven. Yak safari is a must-try adventure sport in Sikkim tourism. The best time to undergo trekking adventure in Sikkim is from February to May and October to December.
River Rafting: The engrossing white waters of the Teesta attract for rafting. The long stretches of Teesta and Rangit Rivers offer immense adventure to the tourists. Riverbanks of both the rivers are densely forested areas which are perfect for the expedition.
Mountain biking: The mountain biking activity is guided in a planned manner as curvy and difficult plats are very hazardous in the mountainous region. Biking routed are pre-decided and bikers are given special instruction during the trip. However, the memorable moments of this trip never let anyone forget the thrilling adventure.
Weather of Sikkim: Mild and pleasant weather makes Sikkim the best destination all over the year. September to February is the best month to visit Sikkim as misty rain can be seen during this time. Although mild chilliness predominates over the whole year.


Dhanakosa Lake
one of the highest freshwater lakes in the world. It is considered as a Sacred Lake. This lake remains frozen during the winters, but legends say that one of its portions never frozen by Guru Padmasambhava blessings.

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Usually fermented food, vegetables, and beverages are very much liked by the Sikkimese people and they prefer also non-vegetarian food like beef, pork and fish. Alcohol is very much common among the Sikkim people.

One need not worry about homestays in Sikkim as there are numerous homestays available on our website. There have many places in Sikkim which are quite close to the attractive tourist spot. Besides, all these homestays are pocket-friendly also.

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Memory is a part of any trip. So, everyone wants to collect some local crafts and items through shopping. Sikkim jewelry, Mask, Prayer flag, Momo maker, Thanga paintings, Sikkim souvenirs Dorjee Belt & Thunderbolt can be included in your shopping list. Sikkim has begotten into one of the most well-liked holiday destinations in India and admittedly Sikkim travel offers a great experience to travelers.

Food & Culture

 The people of Sikkim have a very rich cultural heritage with a homogenous blend of different religion, customs, and traditions of several communities of living people. Buddhists temples, monasteries and learning centers depict the culture and the value of the Buddhists in the state. Apart from the traditional Sikkimese language they can speak also other languages like Hindi and English. They are usually characterized as torrid and friendly in nature in spite of being different communities occupying the state, still, this is a very peaceful state.

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