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One of the most uninhabited areas of the country, yet extremely beautiful and charming, North Sikkim shares its boundary with China and Nepal.
Mangan is the headquarters of the North Sikkim district. It is one of the most mystically beautiful though unexplored areas due to the harsh conditions found here. Located at an altitude of 956 meters the town of Mangan serves as a base for trekking and hiking trips in the mountains and forests. North Sikkim is famous for the Gurudongmar Lake which is one of the highest lakes of India. It also has religious importance. Apart from lakes, there are some important monasteries in this area too.
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"IT’S TRULY SERENE!!" The trip to this region will disconnect you from the world and connect you with nature. The Lake is auspicious in nature and beautiful for one’s eyes. For either reason, one must visit this place at least once in a lifetime. The best eatery is chicken momos, noodles, Thukpas, Maggi and masala tea. Also a small do not forget to carry ginger and camphor for high altitude sickness.
The lack is really beautiful. Mother nature has preserved it for us. Must visit at least once. It takes 3-4 hour to reach from Lachen. I have visited in April, 2018. We stayed in Lachen and next day morning we started the journey to lake. Spending more than 30 minutes was difficult me. So we came back after 30 minutes. Do visit the lake if you have a plan to go to Gangtok.
It's extremely beautiful and threatens to take your breath away.
Entry is usually restricted for tourists.
North-Sikkim is an ideal destination for those who strive in nature and all its ways. The weather is usually chilly so this is no place for summer people. Also, the connectivity to other cities and towns is not good. Adventure seekers will be the happiest here.
North-Sikkim is not very conveniently linked to other cities and towns. The nearest major airport to which is connected to the major cities in the country is the Bagdogra airport which is 125 ... (Read More)