Sikkim is fast emerging as a destination for adventure and eco-tourism. And, the State government’s support to promote it in a big way has ensured employment to many people here.
Nesting in the foothills of Himalaya’s Sikkim presents a huge potential for adventure tourism, as the River Teesta provides one of the best rafting experiences to the rafters here.
And, realizing river rafting’s latent potential in the State, Sikkim government with the help of Central government’s tourism department has organized a 15 days river-rafting training programme, to generate new source of employment in the state.
Sikkim doesn’t only have one of the best river rafting tracks, it is also the land of third highest peak in the world Mt. Kanchenjunga. The untapped hills are best for promotion of trekking and mountaineering. The State government has carried out a week-long mountaineering training program, giving priorities to the weaker sections of the society.
When, the nature is itself giving so much to one, there is no need of looking for other