Tuesday 25 October 2016

Sikkim Govt to organise 15-day trek to Kanchenjunga

Sikkim government is planning to launch eco-tourism at Mt Kanchenjunga. When launched, this initiative will let adventure lovers, mountaineers and trekkers circumambulate the mountain in a 15-day trek. The trek will start from the Kanchenjunga National Park (KNP) and will bring travellers in closest encounters with the snow-capped peaks, the local temples, the flora, the fauna and the unique
biodiversity of the region surrounding this mountain.
Slated to be organised by the Sikkim government in association with the Indian Mountaineering Foundation (IMF), the treks are most likely to take place during the summer months as the weather is the most favourable at that time.
State Resident Commissioner Gobind Mohan told that Our aim is to provide highest level of professional support and logistics to nature lover enthusiasts during the parikrama tour through the State Tourism Department and registered tour and travel agencies.
Do you know?
Sikkim is a landlocked state of India, and the last to give up its monarchy and fully integrate into India in 1975.
Located in the Himalayan mountains, the state is bordered by Nepal to the west, China’s Tibet Autonoous Region to the north and northeast, and Bhutan to the east and the Indian state of West Bengal to the south.
 Sikkim is the least populous state in India and the second-smallest state after Goa in total area, covering approximately 7,096 km2.
Capital: Gangtok
Cheif minister: Pawan Kumar Chamling
Governor: Shriniwas Patil

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