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Sikkim Supreme Tour.
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Sikkim Supreme Tour.

This package tour is specially curated for the travellers, who'd like to explore all the districts of Sikkim within the 8 days. This tour includes the top tourist spots and the most well-known places in Sikkim. This package is also special because it shows Sikkim as a whole, you'll get to experience the beautiful culture of the state, along with with the Magnificient weather, stunning views and landscapes, the view of the entire Himalayas just by your window and you'll reach to the highest point of the state and witness the Magnificient Gurudongmar lake. <br>Actually, there should be no reason not to book this trip because this trip is loaded with fun, breathtaking views, the adventure of a lifetime and most importantly loads of memories. Book this trip and we'll show you the beauty of the Sikkim.
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RoadTripper Abhishek wrote a review 8 Jan
Mumbai, India112 contributions15 helpful votes
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About a couple of kilometres downhill from the Summit Sobralia is this beautiful monastery, constructed in 1997. One evening we strolled across to visit the monastery. The first thing that greeted us was a magnificent, gold coloured statue of Guru Padmasambhava! Although the monastery was shut at this time, the head Abbot was kind enough to let us in the main prayer hall . The energy inside was sizzling – that’s the best way I can describe the sensation one gets once inside! Incredibly peaceful and buzzing with spiritual energy. There were quite a few young chelas milling around (it being a holiday that day, they had the day off from studies and chores!) and looking at us with curiosity. We spent an idyllic couple of hours exploring the monastery, simply soaking in the peace and sense of gravitas that abounded here. Right atop the building is a small stone – lined room filled with hundreds upon hundreds of butter lamps. For a nominal fee of RS. 5 per lamp, the Abbot allowed us to light them and make a wish. By the time Ritika, our friends Shradha, Aditya and Nitaji were done, we’d lit close to 200 butter lamps. This gave the whole room an ethereal look! At the back of the monastery are the living quarters of the cook and her husband, who takes care of odd jobs. The lady still cooks on wood fires over here, in traditional utensils which add to the aura of the place. If you happen to be in the South of Sikkim, this is certainly a place you cannot give a pass.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Rohit Roy Chowdhury wrote a review Dec 2020
Kolkata (Calcutta), India49 contributions19 helpful votes
Nice place if youre doing Namchi sightseeing. Visit this and you wont be disappointed......Ticket 20 inr.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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neerajberi01 wrote a review Dec 2020
Bhubaneswar, India18 contributions
It was a great visit to this place. I had gone there a while ago and plan to visit again in the future. I was mesmerized by the beauty and serenity of the place. It had a certain sense of peacefulness. Really loved being there
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Shanti D wrote a review Mar 2020
37 contributions60 helpful votes
Monastery with a massive statue located at the hill. The place gives a picturesque view of the valley. If you love to be with nature, this is a place to sit and relax and also meditate. Lot of monkeys at the entry point so be careful. Entry ticket is Rs 50/- per person.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Avik Dutta wrote a review Mar 2020
Kolkata (Calcutta), India82 contributions59 helpful votes
Good neat and clean place. However falls a little short once you have seen Buddha Park at Rabongla. Unfair comparison though. The Guru Rinpoche statue is huge (45 mtrs) and can be seen from very far. One can locate Char Dham Lord Shiva statue from this place and vice versa. Right now the place is going through minor constructions. It is also called wish fulfilling hill and believed that it is a sleeping volcano. Also in the same place you have an entry to the Namchi Ropeway. One can opt for one way (100 rs per head - downhill till rock garden) or roundtrip (150 rs). Tip: Opt for roundtrip, not to save money though. If you take one way and get down at rock garden you need to climb a lot of stairs (250-300 probably) to get to the entry point of the garden where your vehicle may come and pick you up. So choice is yours.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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