Best Honeymoon Destinations Guide

Sikkim Honeymoon Destination & Travel Guide for Couples

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Sikkim: Snapshot

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Best time to visit Sikkim:
March, April, May, September, October, November,

Sikkim romantic honeymoon destination is also famous for : Adventure, City, Evolving, Heritage, Hill Station, Lake, Peaceful, Trekking, Water Sports, Wildlife,

Sikkim, landlocked in the Himalayas, is not just one of the most beautiful places in the world but cleanest and safest too. With its rich culture and natural landscape, Sikkim is a picture of perfection and pristine purity. Travelers boarding on a journey of Sikkim discover a mystical wonderland of unbleached natural beauty. The vibrant culture and joyous festivals, the breathtaking views of the snow-capped Himalayas, the heady scent of flower-bedecked meadows, the infinite variety of its flora and fauna makes it a perfect holiday destination. Sikkim is rich in minerals and natural resources like limestone, copper, dolomite, graphite, mica, iron, and coal.

Rumtek Monastery, Tsongmo Lake and Baba Mandir, Nathula Pass located on the Indo-Chinese border etc are some of the prime attractions of the beautiful state. The culture in Sikkim is heavily touched by Nepalese culture while the main cuisine are generally noodle based and includes dishes like thanthuk, chowmein, thupka, fakthu, wonton and gyathuk. The Sikkim Hand loom and Handicraft Emporium sells masks, wall hangings, carpets, leather goods, silk paintings, prayer wheels and Tibetan jewelry etc. Gangtok is full of souvenir and curio shops. In short, Sikkim is sheer magic.

Sikkim as Honeymoon Destination (Romantic Getaways)

Honeymoon offers both of you complete idleness to know each other, get ride of the hustle and bustle of daily life and spend some quality time that can be remembered for lifetime. If you are planning to spend your these precious days, overlooking the magnificent Himalayas, surrounded by beautiful landscapes and lush green pine trees, then, no choice can opted out to be better one than Sikkim to choose your honeymoon destination. This Himalayan land is well-imagined by God just like a stupendous stairway leading from the western border of the Tibetan plateau down to the plains of West Bengal. Bound by the north-south spur of the Great Himalayan Range in west, Sikkim is the main catchment area for the beautiful river Teesta.

The state is rich in biodiversity, scenery and culture. Its legendry mountains, landscape and monasteries are famous from tourist’s point of view. Around 180 perennial lakes, important passes like Nathula, Jelepla makes scenic presence. Dominating both legend and landscape of Sikkim is the mighty Kanchenjunga, it is the third highest peak in the world. For catering the flourishing tourism industry, the state tourism offers from budget to high end accommodation to its guests. The popular festivals of the state are Bhimsen Puja and Maghe Sankranti. The Sikkim Handloom and Handicraft Emporium sells masks, wall hangings, carpets, leather goods, silk paintings, prayer wheels and Tibetan jewellery etc. Sikkim is full of souvenir and curio shops. So, couples have more than enough reason to come this heaven state.

Why Visit Sikkim as Romantic Getaways?

  • The Aritar Lake near Rhenock is worth visiting, attractions are boating, peaceful environment, trekker’s huts, visiting and exploring the lifestyle of villagers.
  • Bakthang Water Falls originating from Ratey Chu, the main water source of Gangtok area. Suggested to visit with a view to relax and to take photographs.
  • The Directorate of Handloom and Handicrafts is a store house of hand – woven woolen carpets, with traditional motifs, blankets, shawls and exquisitely carved ‘Choktse’ or table and many other gift items.
  • In, Fambong Lho Wildlife Sanctuary main vegetation found are oak, katus, kimbu, champa, thick bamboos and ferns. The sanctuary is also home to a large number of wild orchids, rhododendrons, etc.
  • Gurudongmar Lake situated at a height of 17,800 feet, it is considered one the most sacred lakes by the Buddhists and Hindus alike.

Things to consider

  • January and February means snow in the higher altitudes and visits to many of the tourist spots are not possible, as roads remain closed.
  • June to September brings heavy rains causing landslides that often disrupt communication.

Best Time to Visit Sikkim

Sikkim is a year around destination with beautiful lakes, hill stations and wildlife. One can visit Sikkim during the summer season and just before starting of the winters.

Best Season: March –May/ September-November
Summers: March-May
Winters: December-February
Monsoons: Early June-End of August

Yumthang Valley

Yumthang Valley

Yumthang Valley in Sikkim by Saibal M












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2 Responses to “Sikkim”

Niketan Says

We had a great honeymoon at Sikkim, amazing hill view, tempting weather what else you want. The Tsomogo is huge lake surrounded by huge mountains on all Sides is really marvelous and the yak ride there is worth mentioning. Baba Mandir around 8 kms from TSOMOGO is also worth seeing. Ravangla is a beautiful small hill station in Sikkim. As we approached Ravangla, the big Buddha statue welcomed us. The beauty of the statue in the backdrop of sunset was awesome and unforgettable.

sonam Says

if you want to see snow fall in summer then you must visit sikkim…we also stayed there for our honeymoon for one week..it was an unforgettable tym for us…The place was very peaceful..full of snow and snow everywhere..It is definitely one of God’s lovely creations to mankind….must visit …don’t miss if you get the chance to go there specially with your partner…it is the most romantic place…

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