NatureWings offers its guests to enjoy the majestic beauty of West Sikkim. The breathtaking view of Mt. Kanchenjunga along with scared lakes, deep forest of pine, fir with so many known and unknown floras and faunas make it one of the best tourist region in the Sikkim. Gaylshing, which means kingâ€™s garden is the head quarter of West Sikkim is located about 130 Km from NJP and 115 Km from Gangtok. Peling, the second most popular tourist destination in Sikkim is about 10 Km from Gaylshing. Naturewings will help their guest to choose different package tours and accommodation booking in West Sikkim around Peling.
Climate : Summer around 5 to 20° C,winter around -3 to 12° C
Altitude : 5,840 ft
Clothing & Luggage: Travel as light as possible with least minimum clothes, toiletries and other essential commodities & as these areas is cold in winter it is advisable to carry warm woolen clothes, woolen mittens, gloves, cap etc. During the month of Dec to Feb , West Sikkim is very cold and often experiences heavy snowfall. Please carry heavy woolen garments during winter.
Food And Drink: Drink only bottled water.It is always advisable to carry dry foods like biscuits, chips, dry fruits, fruits etc.
Health Facility & Health Precautions: There are Govt. and private Health facility available in West Sikkim.
Card Payment & ATM: ATM's are available in West Sikkim.Merchant establishment will accept any credit card/debit card.
Telephone / Mobile phones: All operators mobile signals are available in West Sikkim.
The most popular tourist destination in West Sikkim. The main attraction of Peling is breathtaking view of Mt. Kanchajhugha and the surroundings. Peling is about 130 Km from NJP and 125 Km from Gangtok. Peling is Situated at an altitude of 6800 ft, it offers good view of entire mountain ranges including the Koktang, Kumbhakarna, Rathong, Kabru, Dom, Kanchenjunga, Pandim, Zopuno, Shimbho, Narsing, Siniyalchu and others. The nearby attract from Peling includes Pemayangtse Monastery and Khechepalri Lake , one of the most scared lake in Sikkim. NatureWings offers Super Deluxe to Premium category accommodation is Peling and surrounding other eco nature places
Sikkim, the North-Eastern green princess state of India is simply a land where the scope of exploring Mother Nature is endless. Though for many people, the world of Sikkim is limited to common names like Gangtok, Tsango Lake, Nathula Pass, Baba Mandir and Pelling, the picturesque state is very vast and there hundreds of other stunning destinations. If you have been to Sikkim several times and covered the Easter, Western and Northern part of the state extensively, then focus on the West this time.
Romance with Mother Nature at Ravangla ravangla_-_2 Situated in the Southern part of Sikkim, Ravangla or Ravongla is a place which is growing in popularity as a tourist destination every day. Situated at a height of 7000 feet and at a distance of 25 kilometers from Namchi, the South Sikkim capital, Ravangla is a small town which greets and fascinate tourists with its simplicity, serenity and of course the uninterrupted view of the snowy peaks that stand like guards towards the North. Ravangla is uniquely located in between Gangtok and Pelling, two prime attractions in Sikkim but is completely different from both, in terms of characteristics. Ravangla is a place where tranquility speaks.
Discover Sikkim differently at Uttarey Uttarey Do pictures of Gangtok, Pelling, Nathu La Pass, Baba Mandir and Rumtek Monastery pop up in front of your eyes when you think of Sikkim? It is very likely to happen since these are the most popular spots in the state. But if you think this is the limit to explore the state, you are terribly wrong. Sikkim is a land blessed by Mother Nature and there is simply no end to explore it. on the distant tops and laps of the green mountains stand innumerable beautiful villages and hamlets that showcase the scenic beauty of Nature in completely different way. Uttarey is one such place.
Sikkim is the other name of serenity, but to get it at its best you need to pick the best spots. The entire â€˜kingdomâ€™ of the Chogyals is blessed immensely by Mother Nature and hence every corner of Sikkim is beautiful. But if serenity is what your soul is crying for, then the Western part of the state should be your aim. How about spending a few days at a small town nestled on the hill slopes with the snow-capped peaks of Kanchenjunga standing on the other side? How about taking gentle strolls through forested areas and hill slopes keeping the huge peaks as witnesses? No market, no shop, no crowds and noise, just you with your beloved one and the magnanimous peaks watching you from the topâ€¦..how about that? If this is exactly what you are looking for in Sikkim, then set out for a trip to Rinchenpong.