A Guide To Sikkim For Elderly Travellers

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A stroll along the MG Marg of Gangtok, the main promenade, offers a delightful experience with its vibrant atmosphere, lined with shops and cafes.

The Enchanting Capital

Tsomgo Lake

Tsomgo Lake, at 12,310 feet, is a stunning high-altitude lake surrounded by snow-capped mountains, offering scenic beauty, short walks, and tranquility for seniors.

A Tranquil Gem


Seniors can relish the stunning scenery from the Pelling Skywalk or visit the Rabdentse Ruins, an archaeological site narrating tales of Sikkim’s royal history.

Majestic Views Of Kanchenjunga


Seniors can visit Norbugang Coronation Throne and Dubdi Monastery, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, which show the cultural and historical significance of Yuksom.

Historical And Scenic Delight


Namchi is called the cultural capital of Sikkim with its towering statue of Guru Padmasambhava at Samdruptse Monastery.

The Cultural Hub

Lachung And Yumthang Valley –

Yumthang Valley, an adventure treat for travellers is often called the Valley of Flowers, where vibrant rhododendrons bloom in spring and seniors enjoy hot springs.

Valley Of Flowers

Temi Tea Garden –

Surrounded by emerald green plantations, seniors can take a guided tour to witness the tea-making process. 

Sip The Finest Tea


The traditional Lepcha homestays allow seniors to immerse themselves in the local way of life and enjoy forests, waterfalls and hot springs.

Compiled By Himani Verma

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