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Climatic conditions of Pelling are comfortable and pleasant in summer, autumn and spring while winters can be very chilly and harsh. The monsoon season ranging from June to August brings heavy rainfalls sometimes even prohibiting travelling in the region. Summers months extend from March to May offering moderate climate with temperatures ranging to a maximum of around 28 to 30 degrees Celsius. Pelling is cold in winter months especially from December to February, with temperatures can dropping to a minimum of around -5 degrees Celsius.

How To Reach

By Road:

Pelling is very well connected with the places like Gangtok, Siliguri, and Jalpaiguri. Regular bus services and private taxis ply from these places to Pelling. Pelling is located at a distance of 133 kilometers away from Siliguri is an off shoot of national Highway 31 A from Teesta Bazaar. Darjeeling is 125 kilometers from Pelling and is 5 hours drive. Yuksom is 35 kilometers from Pelling and is 5 hours trek.

By Air:

The nearest airport to Pelling is Bagdogra which is located approximately 140 kilometers from Pelling.  Bagdogra airport (IXB) is served by regular domestic carriers with regular daily flights from Kolkata, Guwahati and New Delhi.

By Rail:

Sikkim has no railway transit system. The nearest major railway station from Pelling is New Jalpaiguri which is located at a distance of 140 kilometers. New Jalpaiguri is linked with the rest of India with more than 12 trains arriving from various states every day. Regular cab and taxi services are available from New Jalpaiguri  to Pelling and the average transit time is close to five hours


Once a laid back and small town, Pelling has emerged as the second biggest tourist destination in the state of Sikkim. Pelling town is situated at a height of 6800ft and is one of the best tourist destinations for having the closest view of world third highest mountain Mt. Khangchendzonga.


Pelling not only offers breathtaking view of the mighty Khangchendzonga Mountains and surrounding ranges, it also acts as a tourist base camp for trekking enthusiasts. Pelling is therefore a hotbed of adventure sports in India. Pelling offers sites for mountain biking, rock climbing and trekking routes on one hand and its silent serene beauty acts as a paradise for spiritual travelers seeking meditation and religious studies.


Modern Pelling has a regular influx of both domestic and foreign tourists and the city is well equipped with modern hotels and boarding facilities. Festivities in Pelling are an added tourist attraction with a number of festivals spread through the year. Named after the guardian deity of Sikkim, Khangchendzonga Festival is held at Pelling every year offering activities like white-water rafting, kayaking, promotional trekking, mountain biking and other traditional sports. The annual Pelling flower festival is gaining prominence for exhibiting traditional crafts, ethnic food and costumes.


Due to its close proximity of Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan, Pelling is also a shopper’s paradise offering magnificent traditional artifacts and bamboo handicrafts and hand woven carpets and shawls in Lepcha weaves with traditional motifs.