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Goecha-La trek is the premier and the most well known trekking trail in Sikkim. This trek takes the trekkers up-close for a spectacular view of the mighty Mt. Kanchendzonga 8596m - the third mountain in the world along with several other towering snow capped mountains. Some of the most well know peaks seen during this trek are Mt. Pandim 6691m, Mt. Kabur north 7338m, Mt. Kabur south 7317m, Mt. Kumbhakarna (Janoo) 7710m, Mt. Simvo 6811m, Mt. Kabru Forked 6108m, Mt, Frey Peak 5830m, Mt. Rathong 6679m, Mt. Kokthang 6147m and Mt. Goecha Peak 5127m. Goechala trek is an extension of the Dzongri trek. Trekking beyond the meadows of Dzongri is a raw adventure at its best where the visitor is taken into the realm of towering mountain peaks and unspoiled nature. During Goechala trek the spectacular landscape of nature will make one find inner peace and one will start appreciating the beauty of the Nature and God's creation.
Access the most intriguing and uninhabited locations populated by birds and insects. The Snow capped mountains in the vicinity will surely calm you mind. The laid back folks as they ramble on about their daily chores and heart stoppingly beautiful locations will leave you twitching with excitement.The ethnic communities of Sikkim intermingle to live in harmony with their own customs and tradition, religious practices which are different from each other yet flow in a undisturbed line.Bhutia’s and Lepchas are predominantly Buddhist and to some extent Lepchas follow the nature worship rituals in the form of Bungthing. Lepchas are extremely good in the botanical aspect. Dominant population of Nepalese has different sub-caste and tribes following Hinduism, Buddhism as well practice nature worship. All three communities have different types of costumes, which are glitteringly beautiful. All three communities have their food culture mostly with less spices.
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