Sikkim, located in the north-eastern region of India, is a small state with a big heart. Travelling across this Himalayan state is particularly highlighted by the dramatic contouring of the scenery from thick woodlands to colourful meadows to few barren patches to the panoramic views of the snowcapped mountains. Sikkim is a state that has often been called a “Traveler’s Paradise”. In fact, the Lepcha word for Sikkim is ‘Nye-mae-el’ which roughly translates to “Paradise”.
The Goechala trek in Sikkim is also one of the most romantic trek route in the Indian Himalayas. This trek has offer the enchanting walk through the Tshoka Rhododendron forests, the vast Dzongri and Thansing meadows, the startling blue waters of Samiti lake, enchanting panoramic view of some of the highest mountain peak of world like Kanchenjungha, Pandim, Talung, Kabru, Rathong, Gocha Peak, Tinchenkhang, Jopuno etc. The icy trail to Goechala make lots about the trek very romantic. Goechala is also known as Kanchen dzonga Trek, Dzongri Trek, Goecha Pass, Samiti Lake Trek. Goechala trek is the most popular High Altitude Trekking in Sikkim Himalaya.