Due to this pandemic many tourists have decided to visit some places with great scenic beauty and lesser crowd. But we should first thanks to government for taking so much precaution for tourists’ safety and travelling.
Sikkim is always the state of natures’’ love and people from all over the world are visiting here. I have discovered few lovely unexplored places which are now going to become tourist spots very soon. It is one of the organic states since 2016. We have explored these 4 hidden places apart from the other. This small Himalayan kingdom offers abundant natural beauty, spellbound tranquillity and majestic Himalayan views. Besides its touristy areas and must-see attractions, Sikkim is home to a number of hidden places waiting to be explored.
How to Reach: Sikkim has not established its own airport till date. So, the nearest airport is Bagdogra from where cabs and buses are available to reach to Sikkim. The four destinations can only be reached by cab or bus.
RAILWAY: The nearest Railway station would be New Jalpaiguri
AIRPORT: The nearest Airport is Bagdogra.
It is surrounded by the Lepchas, the original inhabitants of Sikkim. It is bounded by mountains in the west, and the Teesta and Chu River in the east. To access the village in this area you need a prior permission from the Sikkim Tourism Office. Owing to this restricted entry, Dzongu is full of dense forests, lush green valleys, spellbound waterfalls, cardamom fields, and long stretches of untouched beauty. For the best experience of this land, stay with a local Lepcha family, learn about their traditions and culture, visit the Traditional Lepcha House Museum, and Hee Gyathang—the sacred lake of the Lepchas.
Chaya Tal, which is unheard and less visited lake. It offers the perfect retreat, away from the chaos of crowds and cars. This beautiful lake has very few hotels, a limited number of tourists, and is, therefore, the ideal place for some quiet time in the lap of nature. Book a homestay close to the lake for overlooking its water views, enjoy mesmerizing views of Mount Kanchenjunga.