Facts & Figures


Between Nepal, Bhutan & The Tibetan Autonomous Region Of The People's Republic Of China.

Area Population Latitude Longitude Capital
7,096 sq Kms. Approximately 540851 27 ° - 28° North 88° - 89° East. Gangtok


Over 03 Ethnic Groups & 03 Principal Languages (Bhutia, Lepcha, Nepali). 7 Language Spoken Nepali, Bhutia, Lepcha, English & Hindi.


Sikkim Possesses Some Of The Most Outstanding Bio-Diversity In The World, Ranging From Sub-Tropical Rain-Forests To Alpine Deserts.


Winter (December-February)
Summer (March-May)
Monsoon (June-August)
Autumn (September-November)

Flora And Fauna

840 Different Species Of Wet-Land, Migratory And Residential Birds. 8% Of The World's Population Of Birds. 11 Of The 15 Butterfly Families In The World.2% Of The Flowering Plants.4% Of Mammals On Earth.

Avi Fauna

Avifauna Of Sikkim Includes Impeyan Pheasant, The Crimson Horned Pheasant, The Snow Partridge, The Snow Cock, The Lammergeyer And Griffon Vultures, As Well As Golden Eagles, Quail, Plovers, Woodcock, Sandpipers, Pigeons, Old World Flycatchers, Babblers And Robins. A Total Of 550 Species Of Birds Have Been Recorded In Sikkim, Some Of Them Belong To Endangered Species. The Following Are The National Parks And Sanctuaries Of Sikkim.


Sikkim Has A Typical Monsoonal Two-Season Year. There's The Dry Season From October To May And There's The Wet Season, The Monsoon, From June To September. September-November, The Start Of The Dry Season, Is In Many Ways The Best Time Of Year In Sikkim. With The Monsoon Only Recently Finished, The Countryside Is Green And Lush. Sikkim Is At Its Most Beautiful And There Are Some Colorful Festivals To Enjoy.

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