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Sangay Falls

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Sangay Falls

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10 Km from Main Town, Pelling India
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Colonial Kolkata, Tea Estate & Buddhist Monasteries
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Colonial Kolkata, Tea Estate & Buddhist Monasteries

The private tour will begin in Kolkata a colonial city having many monuments of British Raj. Fly to Bagdogra the gateway to Darjeeling, Pelling, Gangtok & Kalimpong the hill town in East India, once a favorite Hill station for British & Scottish. Hike to Tiger Hill for sunrise view, enjoy joy ride on Darjeeling Himalayan Rail, walk in a tea estate, interact with locals, hop off to shops visit many monasteries the region.
US$1,332.27 per adult
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TT_From_Chennai wrote a review Aug 2019
Chennai District, India71 contributions18 helpful votes
The falls is not a picnic spot and is by roadside and flows over the road to the gorge on other side. If there is much flow, road is blocked. Great place for photos and views but not a resting spot It was completely desolate on our visit, no other humans on the road!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Bhavi wrote a review May 2019
National Capital Territory of Delhi, India20 contributions6 helpful votes
You don't need to travel separately to see these falls..you will find them on your way to Singshore bridge which you would definitely be visiting if you are in pelling. There is nothing much, they are along the road, if you want you might stop for a click or two. Frankly, the road was in a really bad condition and since we visited in May when the falls were thin, we didn't even stop. Also after seeing kanchenjunga and rimbi waterfalls we were more than content. Sikkim is a beautiful state and you will find many named and unnamed waterfalls throughout your trip, adding to it's beauty.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Khyati wrote a review Jan 2019
Vapi, India543 contributions130 helpful votes
This fall is good to visit in rainy season but yes it's a good picnic spot.. there are much better waterfalls in Pelling too
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Puneet T wrote a review Jun 2018
Chandigarh, India13 contributions
Nice view of the falls, n it's on heights, can take some beautiful pictures for lifetime memories. But this is not a picnic spot and it's on road side, just to spend few minutes here is enough. Don't even feel of taking bath as water from falls is falling down in deep valley.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Sonali wrote a review May 2018
Mumbai, India287 contributions32 helpful votes
You don’t have to take a special ride for this fall. On our way to Singshore Bridge we saw this fall on side of the road. We took quick 10 mins break just to click pictures and move on for our trip to Singshore Bridge. The fall is around 10 kms from Pelling.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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