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South Sikkim Tour Package

Duration: 3 Nights 4 Days

Day 01 Gangtok to Namchi via Temi tea garden, damthang and Rock garden near Namchi bazaar and halt at Namchi hotel.
Day 02 Hotel to visit sight seen like Samdruptse (one of the tallest statue in Asia of Guru Padmasambhava), Phaley dara (seven hills), Alley Monastry, helipad and chaar dham..
Day 03 Namchi to Ravangla via damthang and sight seen like Tendong, ongoing construction of Guru Padmasabhava and surrounding areas and halt at hotel.
Day 04 Back to Gangtok or direct Siliguri / Bagdogra / NJP / Darjeeling.

Note :: You also combine this package with "Namchi and Rabangla". (Customise All Pakages as per your requirement.)

Place of Tourist Interest

Namchi, meaning 'Sky High', nestled among the hills at an elevation of 5,500 ft commands panoramic view of the snow-capped mountains and vast stretches of valley. Atop Samdruptse hilltop near Namchi, recently erected is the worlds tallest statue of Guru Padmasambhava, the patron saint of both Hindus and the Buddhist.

Samdruptse literally means ‘wish fulfilling hill’ in the Bhutia language. Situated near Namchi in south Sikkim it is at a distance of 75 kms from Gangtok. A unique, awe inspiring gigantic 135 ft. tall statue of Guru Padmasambhava is one of the tallest statue of its kind in the world. This statue designed & constructed under the supervision of Kyabje Dodrupchen Rimpochee, conceptualized by Shri Pawan Chamling, the Chief Minister of Sikkim is a glowing tribute to the patron saint who blessed Sikkim in the 8th Century & whose teachings permeate the very ethos of the State. His Holiness the Dalai Lama laid the foundation stone of the statue on 22nd October 1997.
The place is regarded highly sacred by the Hindus & a gigantic statue of Lord Shiva as equally big as Guru Padmasambhava’ s statue is coming up. This place is soon going to be one of the most ideal points which is a must visit tourist destination as well as a famous pilgrimage place for the Hindus.

Temi Tea Garden
The one and only tea estate existing in the State produces one of the top quality teas in the international market. The tea garden is spread out on a gentle hill slope originating from the Tendong Hill and provides a magnificent view for the surrounding villages. The visit to the fact" could be an eye opener for those wanting to know more about the tea processing methods.
A night spent in a old British built bungalow located just below the tea garden could be an enthralling experience of linking the past to the present. A visit to the garden, enroute to the Tendong Hill, could be a rewarding experience for those who want to combine nature and culture as they keep trekking.

At the base of Menam Hill is Ravangla, a small township and transit to various tourist destinations in South and West Sikkim. It is also an upcoming tourist spot, and transit point for trekkers to Menam Hill and Borong. There are accommodation facilities and numerous short nature trails. A trek down to the sacred cave 'Shar Chok Bephu', one of the four holiest caves in Sikkim, would be a memorable experience.

Menam Hill
Menam Hill towers above Tendong Hill on the other side over looking the Ravangla Bazar settlement. Situated at an altitude of 10,300 ft the scenic view from this height is, perhaps, unmatched in this part of the world. Mt. Khangchendzonga and its surrounding ranges looms above the dwarf the richly forested and rugged hill. On a clear sunny day, it is possible to see the plains of Bengal spanning across Kalimpong and Darjeeling Hills in the South, right across the Indo-China border towards the North. A short distance away is the legendary Bhaley Bhunga, a kind of rocky spur which juts out from the ridge top and remains suspended in the air above Yangang village.

Facing the snow-capped mountains is Borong, motor able from Ravangla or a trek via Menam. A picturesque village, its beautiful landscape and magnificent view is also host to the hot spring, Borong TsaChu'. The trek trail, originating from Namchi or Damthang to Tendong - Ravangla - Menam - Borong (5-6 days) is one of the most interesting trails scaling all the hill tops along the route. The trek can continue to Tashiding or terminate at Borong and drive back to Ravangla.
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