Embark on a journey of tranquility and enchantment with Club Mahindra's exceptional resorts in Sikkim. Nestled amidst the majestic Himalayas, each resort offers a haven of serenity and awe-inspiring vistas. Immerse yourself in well-appointed accommodations, featuring modern amenities that ensure utmost comfort. Indulge in a range of recreational facilities, from nature walks to spa therapies, and savour delectable cuisines from around the world.


1. Club Mahindra Gangtok

2. Club Mahindra Le Vintuna Gangtok

3. Club Mahindra Baiguney

4. Yashshree Lachung


About Sikkim

With almost 50% of the state covered in lush green forests, Sikkim is an ideal destination in India. It is home to rare species of red panda and is also famous for its valleys of vibrant rhododendron flowers. Besides the biodiversity, you will also find a myriad of cultures in Sikkim since ethnic groups like the Lepcha, Bhutia, and Nepalese coexist in absolute peace and harmony.


Things to do in Sikkim

There is an abundance of things to do in Sikkim. Most of these are recreational activities which are best enjoyed with friends and family but there are also some equally thrilling activities for adventure enthusiasts. Take a helicopter ride over the mesmerizing Gangtok valley, treating your senses to breath-taking vistas. Discover inner peace at Ravangla Buddha Park, a spiritual haven where prayers, meditation, and mountain gazing seamlessly blend. And don't forget to indulge in trekking, cable car rides, hang-gliding, and river rafting, embracing the thrill and beauty of this magnificent land.


  1. Yak Ride at Changu Lake    
  2. Helicopter Ride at Gangtok Valley    
  3. Visit Ravangla Buddha Park
  4. Trekking in Goechala Trail    
  5. Cable Car Ride in Gangtok Valley    
  6. Hang-Gliding at Yumthang Valley 
  7. River Rafting on Teesta River    
  8. Explore Rumtek Monastery    
  9. Explore Nathula Pass


Places to Visit in Sikkim

You may want to spend a relaxing holiday admiring the nature’s beauty that Sikkim is famous for. Nathula Pass stands as a cultural bridge between Sikkim and Tibet, allowing visitors to immerse in the rich blend of traditions. At Nathula, marvel at the breathtaking Nathula Lake, surrounded by majestic snow-capped peaks. Gurudongmar Lake, reminiscent of Pangong Lake, holds spiritual significance for Hindus, Buddhists, and Sikhs, with its pristine beauty at an altitude of 17,800 ft. In the picturesque town of Pelling, witness wonders like the Holy Rock of Rani Dhunga, Changey Waterfalls, Kanchenjunga Falls, and the serene Khecheopalri Lake. Sikkim is a paradise for explorers seeking natural and cultural marvels.


  1. Nathula Pass    
  2. Gurudongmar Lake    
  3. Holy Rock of Rani Dhunga 
  4. Changey Waterfalls    
  5. Kanchenjunga Falls    
  6. Khecheopalri Lake 
  7. Yumthang Valley    
  8. Singalila Trek    
  9. Zuluk

FAQs

1.    When is the best time to visit Sikkim?

The best time to visit Sikkim is between March and May as well as between October and mid-December.


2.    What is the easiest way to reach Sikkim?

The easiest way to reach Sikkim is by taking a flight to Pakyong Airport which is just 35 km from Gangtok.


3.    What are some of the free things to do in Sikkim?

Soaking in the breathtaking views of Changu Lake, Gurudongmar Lake, Yumthang Valley, Zero Point, Rabdentse ruins, and Nathang Valley are some of the best free things you can do in Sikkim.


4.    Which is the best place in Sikkim for family tourists?

All the places to visit in Sikkim are family-friendly.


5.    What are some of the best places in Sikkim?

Lachen, Lachung, Yumthang, Tashi viewpoint, and Singhik are some of the most popular places in Sikkim.


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