Small but beautiful, Sikkim is situated in the Eastern Himalayas. “The land of orchids”, “The land of tranquility”, these are the few ways in which Sikkim has been described. Infact in all its manisfestations Sikkim has been projected as a naturalist’s paradise. A tourist visiting Sikkim is all praises for the richness in nature which no doubt has been the basic ingredient of tourism in Sikkim. It is here that Khanchendzonga-the third highest mountain in the world stands tall. Blessed with snowcapped mountains, lakes, rivers and varieties of flora and fauna Sikkim is in par with other ecological hotspots of the world. Eco-tourism is the buzzword and Government, NGO’S and individuals have all geared up for contributing to it.
How to reach SMIT
By Air: All airlines have the service from Delhi, Kolkata and Guwahati to Bagdogra. From bagdogra airport one can take a taxi to the SMIT campus at Majitar, Rangpo. The drive takes about three hours to Majitar and four hours to Gangtok.
By Train: One can travel by train from any part of the country to New jalpaiguri (NJP). From there the SMIT is three hours and Gangtok is four hours by taxi. Bus facility also available from SNT Bus stand situated at Siliguri which is very nearby to NJP railway station.