Tarey Bhir, South Sikkim – 80 kms from Siliguri

The word “Bhir” means cliff in the local Nepali language and this Bhir is a 10000 feet long cliff-edge with almost 3500 feet abrupt drop. Our Tarey Bhir resort is located on the hilltop of this geological wonder, which is covered in pine forests. There is...

Rolep, East Sikkim – 135 kms from Siliguri

Rolep is tucked on the slopes of the rolling green Himalayan foothills with panoramic views of the Rangpo Khola River valley. While in Rolep, you can hike along the hanging bridges over gushing rivers, get drenched under the 40-feet high waterfall and try angling...

Yakten, East Sikkim – 135 kms from Siliguri

High up in the Himalayas is a small village called Yakten which stays shrouded in mist and caressed by the soft chilling winds. Located just 35 kms from the bustling city of Gangtok in Sikkim, Yakten is surrounded by pine forests with magnificent views of the lush...

Tshlamthang, South Sikkim – 98 kms from Siliguri

Tshlamthang is a quaint village tucked in the Himalayan foothills. The bird’s eye view of gurgling Teesta River and snow-clad Nathula peaks create a mix of charms. The name Tshlamthang means Orange Farm. It is a quiet and organic spot for both people who love to laze...

Tingchim, North Sikkim – 25 kms from Gangtok

Tingchim is a scenic village in North Sikkim. Tingchim literally means a bamboo urn in Lepcha language. Nestled at an altitude of about 3150 feet, this village is surrounded by a magnificent dense forest with a rock cliff backdrop and a view of the snaking Teesta...

Lachung, North Sikkim – 100 kms from Gangtok

For a refreshing nature break, come to Lachung – a charming mountain village nestling at an altitude of around 9000 feet in the North Sikkim district, close to the Tibet border. Location is the very essence of this pristine village at the confluence of Lachung River...

Lachen, North Sikkim – 117 kms from Gangtok

Nestled at an altitude of about 9000 feet, Lachen is located in north district of Sikkim. It is an alluring tourist destination. The term ‘Lanchen’ means “big pass”. This beautiful place embraces breathtaking scenic beauty that truly offers visual splendor. Lachen,...

Tashiding, West Sikkim – 132 kms from Siliguri

Nestled amidst the scenic Eastern Himalayas is the tranquil hamlet of Tashiding. The small idyllic village, which derives its name from the deity – Tashiding is most famous for its monastery founded in 1641 AD, which is held in high reverence by people of the...

Bermiok Martam, West Sikkim – 142 kms from Siliguri

Martam is a picturesque Himalayan village, tucked in a quiet corner of West Sikkim, with spectacular views of Mt. Kanchenjungha. The place is mostly known for its pristine village life and beautiful natural surroundings. Although located near popular tourist...

Yangyang, South Sikkim – 115 kms from Siliguri

Surrounded by lush jungles on one side and the rolling mountains on the other, the bungalow in Yangyang is the ideal place to spend your weekend in nature’s lap. The Yangyang Bungalow perched on the edge of a hill overlooks the curious looking Bhaleydunga Hill...

Padamchen, East Sikkim – 116 kms from Siliguri

Padamchen is a village tucked in the slopes of the Himalayan foothills surrounded by a forest teeming with birds. A nearby waterfall and a sparkling weather make this village on Silk Route circuit one of the best places to stay before taking the high-altitude Nathang...

Sribadam, West Sikkim – 82 kms from Gangtok

Sribadam, the beautiful forest village is famous for the meditation center and the healing of sick people in the monastery. Sri Badam is considered by people as ultimate destination for inner peace and meditation. It is also well known for the Phurpa Thordo Puja and...

Nathang Valley, East Sikkim – 60 kms from Gangtok

Nathang Valley, also known as Gnathang Valley is a high-altitude plateau in East Sikkim. Located at an altitude of 13,500 feet above sea level and flanked by mountains on all sides, this is a remote valley with a meandering stream crisscrossing it. Nathang is the...

Barbing, Gangtok – 136 kms from Siliguri

Barbing, nestling on the ravines of a hill beside a monastery at a height of 5000 feet is a perfect place for those nursing the soul of a nature lover. The view of Gangtok city at night from Barbing is spectacular. Covered with thick virgin forest all around, it is an...

Sumbuk, South Sikkim – 112 kms from Siliguri

Sumbuk is one of the most untouched parts of South Sikkim with an astounding flora and fauna. Pine forests, Gladiolas Farms, monasteries, villages tucked on the mountain slopes, valleys, countless birds, butterflies and Greater Rangit River has made Sumbuk a...

Kitam Bird Sanctuary – 112 kms from Siliguri

Located between 1200 feet and 3200 feet above sea level and covered within a thick temperate vegetation of shrubland and Sal-chir and pine forests, Kitam is home to more than 200 species of birds and butterflies. The beautiful village of Sumbuk and its gladiolas...

Mankhim, East Sikkim – 126 kms from Siliguri

Mankhim is the hilltop adjacent to the popular destination of Aritar, in the village of Dalapchand under the Rongli Sub-Division of Eastern Sikkim.  Mankhim offers a panoramic view of Mt. Kanchenjungha and the emerald green “boot-shaped” Lampokhri Lake at...

Solophok, South Sikkim – 92 kms from Siliguri

Solophok – one of the newest destinations of Sikkim offers a magnificent view of Mt. Kanchenjungha, a beautiful temple town of Chardham and the breathtaking experience of Tarey Bhir, which is a 10,000 feet long cliff with a sheer 3500 feet drop into abyss. If...

Anden, Sombaria – 122 kms from Siliguri

Anden is a heaven located high in the hills surrounded by forests overlooking the snow-cappped mountains. It is also one of the destinations from where you can take the famous Barsey Rhododendron Trek. Other nearby attractions include Jureli View Point, Gathang...

Kaleej Valley, West Sikkim – 140 kms from Siliguri

If you want to romance the splendor of nature, come to Kaleej Valley in West Sikkim, offering the ultimate peace of mind. Surrounded by rivers like Kaleej Khola in the North, Hee Khola in the West, Rangsang and Rangit in the South, Kaleej Valley is a pristine hamlet...

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