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North Sikkim

The district is the largest of the four districts of Sikkim.

The landscape is mountainous with dense vegetation all the way up to the alpine altitude before thinning out to desert scrub towards the Northern Tundra. Numerous waterfalls astride the main road make the trip to this district extremely picturesque.


The most prominent effect of the steepness of the valleys is the prevalence of landslides that at times drop to anything between 3000 to 5,000 ft (1,500 m) carrying devastation along their course. Most of them are caused either by the melting snow beds on top of the mountains or by erosive action of the rains.

Most of the people of the state reside near Mangan, the district headquarters which is about 2,000 feet (610 m) above sea level. Further north the elevation increases with the vegetation turning from temperate toalpine tundra. Temperatures range from about 25° to below -40° in the extreme high reaches where the altitude is in excess of 6,000 metres. Kanchenjanga is the highest peak at over 8,000 m, straddling its eastern border with Nepal and can be seen clearly from the town of Singhik.


Gurudongmar Lake

Situated at a height of 17,800 feet, it is considered one the most sacred lakes by the Buddhists and Hindus alike. The beautiful and awe inspiring lake (190 kms from Gangtok) remains milky in colour throughout the year. According to a legend, since the lake used to remain frozen most of the year, it was not possible to use its water for drinking purposes. When the Guru Padmasambhava passed by, while returning from Tibet, the local residents are reported to have approached him for providing source of water.


It is situated at an altitude of about 11,800 ft.Yumthang Valley is a grazing pasture surrounded by the Himalayan mountains in the North Sikkim district of Sikkim, India. It is at an elevation of 3,575 metres above msl at a distance of 150 km from the state capital Gangtok


Lachung It is located in the North Sikkim district and is near the border with China. Lachung is at an elevation of about 9,600 ft or 3,000 m and at the confluence of the Lachen River and Lachung Rivers, tributaries of the River Teesta. The word Lachung means "small pass". The town is approximately 125 km from the capital Gangtok.


Lachen meaning the 'big pass' is situated at an altitude of about 2 hours drive from Lachung and 6hrs drive from Dongmar Lake . It is scenic Lachen village starts from 'Denangya' near Munshithang and ends at Cho Lhamu- the source of River Teesta . The settlement dates back to the 16th Century . It is belived that Lachen is placed on he chest of the Goddess "Dhomai Rheas", who feeds the village with a perennial source of water, visible even today.

Phodong monastery

Phodong Monastery(or Phodang) is a Buddhist monastery in Sikkim India . It is located 28 kilometres from Gangtok It was built in the early 18th century but an older monastery had pre-existed the current one. 9th Karmapa was invited by the king of Sikkim, where he founded three monasteries :Rumtek, the most important monastery of the Kagyu sect of Tibetan Buddhism,[citation needed Phodong and Ralang Monastery


Thangu, situated at an altitude of 13,500 ft. is about two hours drive from Lachen. It is a small village where the visitors usually acclimatize before they proceed to Guru-Dongmar Lake, Muguthang or Cho Lhamu (source of River Teesta). A tourist Guest House at Chopta Valley, has been recently constructed over looking Thangu.


Seven Sisters Waterfalls

located 32 kms away from Gangtok on the National Highway leading to North Sikkim. To facilitate the tourists to savour the pristine beauty and to be with nature,Tourism department has set up a waiting shed and cafeteria where they can take a break and shoot picture .a must see picture beauty of nature.


Kabi Lungchok

Kabi Lungchok is a historic site of significance, which is located 17 kilometres (11 mi) north of Gangtok on the Northern Highway in northeastern Indian state Sikkim. The historicity of the site is attributed to the fact that the Lepchas, the ethnic tribals of Sikkim and Bhutias. The literal meaning of 'Kabi Lungchok', pronounced 'Kayu sha bhi Lungchok', is "stone erected by our blood Life-size statues of the Lepcha and Bhutia 'blood-brothers' who signed the treaty has been erected here.


Phensang Monastery

Phensang Monastery is a Buddhist monastery of the Nyingmapa Order in Sikkim India, 9 kilometres from north sikkim. It was established in 1721 during the time ofJigme Pawo Phensang, which has about 300 monks, hosts an annual festival on the 28th and 29th day of the tenth month of the Tibetan Calendar when sacred dances are performed, two days before the Sikkimese New Year



Singhik is a town in Mangan subdivision, North Sikkim district of the Indian state of Sikkim. It is situated at a distance of four kilometres from Mangan, the district headquarters. The town offers clear views of the Kanchenjunga and Siniolchu.A well located tourist lodge provides accommodation for visitors.