Himalayan kingdom in the north of india
Sikkim is bordered by Nepal to the west, China’s Tibet Autonomous Region to the north and east, and Bhutan to the east. Lesser-known in the west, the region is not visited by many tourists, but more and more people come and fall in love with this small Indian state.Khangchendzonga, the world’s third-highest summit is towering above and dominating the landscape. On or 12-day trekking tour you will always be seeing it or being just around the corner – eye to eye with a majestic eight-thousander. But there is much more to this trip than this single summit, for example: thick rhododendron forests, rare animals, high passes and lesser-travelled paths (at least during the first part of our tour). What makes the journey even more exciting ist the fact that we are always walking right on the border or along the border between India and Nepal.
Explore the former kingdom with your hiking boots!