The fragile hill state of Sikkim lies north-east part of India and it is bordered by Nepal, Bhutan Tibet and southern area by West Bengal state. Sikkim’s north-west part is linked to world’s third highest peak Mt Kanchenjunga which offers spectacular views for travelers and main adventure trekking trails. It is the second smallest state in India and covers total area 7096 sq km which measures 110 km from north to south and 64 km from east to west. Sikkim’s upper valleys are dominated by Teesta River and Sighalila Himalayan rage of Kanchenjunga and north east side by Donngkya range of Tibet side borderland. The southern valleys sprayed on deltas of Rangit and Rangpo Rivers.
Sikkim’s most beautiful part, the North District offers abundance of the natural splendors of alpine sceneries with various snow clad peaks. Especially in spring season, the alpine meadows are alive with many exotic wild flowers and lower tree line all blooms beautiful rhododendrons. The hilly region of country side has many hot springs, colorful tribal civilization and cultures. The west district of Sikkim offers various adventure activities like trekking, mountaineering and other outdoor related leisure.
Darjeeling is popularly known as the queen of hills which lies in northeast India. It provides the perfect views of a hill resort with its mild climate. Its green hills and valleys are steep in color and are intermingle with tea. Mt. Kanchenjunga 8586m over the northern horizon giving a miraculous impression to the land that attracts thousands of tourists to its neighborhood. Darjeeling is border by Sikkim in the north, Nepal in the west and Bhutan in the east. Darjeeling, Kalimpong and Kurseong are the major urban centers of Darjeeling and the remnant of British legacies can be still seen here.