Rejuvenate Yourself in Hot Springs While on a Sikkim Tour

Bordered by Bhutan, Nepal and China, Sikkim is a landlocked Indian state located in the Himalayan mountains. The least populous state in India, Sikkim boasts of sharing Kangchenjunga, the third highest peak in the world with Nepal on its border. Owing to its majestic mountains and calm environment, it is regarded as one of the most refreshing states in the country. It is also one of the last Himalayan Shangri-las with many ancient Tibetan Buddhist cultures. This state is a favoured tourist destination, owing to its exquisite monasteries, old silk route, splendid mountains and rich biodiversity. Famous for its picturesque landscapes and serene surroundings, its mystic ambience attracts tourist from across the globe. If you have never been to this alluring land, then go for a Sikkim tour during your upcoming vacation. Many travel portals and agencies offer package deals for this place that are likely to include sightseeing and accommodation facilities.

Hot Springs

The state of Sikkim is famous for its several hot springs known for their healing value. A masterpiece of nature, these springs are high in sulphur content, and its waters are believed to have great medicinal value that can cure many skin diseases. Two such famous hot springs are Borong and Ralong, located within a distance of about 7 km from each other. Tourists come here from all over the region as these natural spas are believed to possess strong curative powers.

Other such popular springs are the Yumthang Hot Spring and Reshi Hot Spring, located in North Sikkim. For the convenience of tourists, there are huts built in these places for overnight stay. Close to these sites is sacred Kah-do Sang phu or the cave of the occult fairies that are visited by people who come to these hot springs. If you want to take a dip in these natural spas, then can be as rejuvenating than it. So, book a package for Sikkim tours and invigorate your mind, body and soul.

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