Another proud moment for India. India’s Khangchendzonga National Park has made its place in newly announced UNESCO World Heritage Sites list. The Sikkim based National Park is well-known among travelers for its Mother Nature scenes, and now that it has been announced for UNESCO World Heritage Site, it will add more significant values to its both natural and cultural views.
Centered right at the at the heart of the Himalayan range in Sikkim, the Khangchendzonga National Park is covering more than a dozen of snow covered mountain peaks, 18 glaciers, beautiful waterfalls and crystal clear scenic lakes and numbers of unique flora and fauna. The park is one of the most favorite destinations among trekkers for its one of kind biodiversity and picturesque views of Himalaya. Honorable Sikkim Chief Minister - Mr. Pawan Kumar Chamling has said this in his statement.