South Sikkim

Samdruptse

8 Kms Away From Namchi Is Samdruptse Where 135 Ft Tall Statue Of Guru Padmasambhava (Guru Rimpoche) Has Been Installed.

Namchi

Namchi, Meaning Sky High, Nestled Among The Hills At An Elevation Of 5500 Ft., Commands Panoramic View Of The Snow Capped Mountains And Vast Stretches Of Valley. It Is Also The HQ Of The South District. The Area Is Fast Developing Into A Tourist Destination With Its Immense Potential For All Round Tourist Activities. It Is About 78 Kms. From Gangtok And 100 Kms. From Siliguri.

Rock Garden

A Recreation Park Ideal For Picnic And Recreation. The Magnificent View Of Mt. Kanchendzonga Could Be Viewed From This Point.

Solophok

Regarded As A Sacred Place, By The Hindus Where They Perform Puja Occasionally, This Tiny But Beautiful Hilltop In Soon Turning Into An Important Tourist-Destination Where A Huge Statue Of Lord Shiva With Pilgrimage Of Char-Dham Is Being Constructed.

Tea Garden

The One And Only Tea Garden Existing In The State Produces One Of The Top Quality Teas In The International Market. The Tea Garden Is Spread Out On A Gently Hill Slope Originating From The Tendong Hill And Provides A Magnificent View For The Surrounding Villages. The Visit To The Factory Could Be An Eye Opener For Those Wanting To Know More About Tea Processing Methods.

Taray Bhir

A Short Guided Soft Trek Will Take You To The Razor Sharp Edge Of Humongous Cliff Taray Bhir. While You Are Soaking-In The Panorama, Your Heart Will Soar Across Teesta And Rungeet Rivers Flowing 4000 Feet Below, To The View Of Kalimpong Perched On The Saddle Between Durpin And Delo Hills; And Darjeeling Seated On The Lebong Spur. Oblivious Of Your Excitement, A Herd Of Territorial Wild Mountain Goats - Jharals (Hemitragus Jemlahicus) Or Gorals (Naemorhedus) May Come Browsing Your Toes From Below And Assert Their Domain From Your Walk On The Wild Side. The View Of The Sun Setting From Taray Bhir, Over The Horizon Is Simply Breathtaking.

Sunrise Point

The First Rays Of Sunrise On Snowy Peaks Of Mt. Narsing, Mt. Jopuno, Mt. Kabur, Mt. Rathang, Mt. Pandim & Mt. Kanchendzonga Can Be Seen. This Place Of Spectacular View Is 8 Kms From Ravongla On The Way To Damthang.

Ravangla

A Small Town Situated On The Ridge At An Altitude Of 7000ft Between The Meanam And Tendong Hills Ravangla Or Rabongla Has Turned Into A Natural Tourist Resort For Its Magical Snow View And Tranquility. Ravangla Is A Newly Created Off Beat Tourist Destination In South Sikkim.

Ralang Monastery

The Monastery Of Ralong Is One Of The Oldest Monastery In Sikkim. It Belongs To Kagyupa Order. It Is Situated Towords The North Of Ravangla And Is 45 Minutes Drive From It. The Anual Dance Ritual And Fair Is Held Every Year In The Month Of December During The Lossong Festival.

Buddha Park

In South Sikkim district, Sikkim, India. A 130-foot high statue of Lord Buddha as its centerpiece. The site was chosen within the larger religious complex of the Rabong Gompa (Monastery), itself a centuries-old place of pilgrimage. Also nearby is Ralang Monastery, a key monastery in Tibetan Buddhism.
The statue was consecrated on 25 March 2013 by His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama and has become a key stop on the 'Himalayan Buddhist Circuit'.[1] The statue of Lord Buddha marks the occasion of the 2550th birth anniversary of Gautama Buddha. This statue was built and installed in the place through the joint efforts of the Sikkim government and its people. The Buddhist circuit of this park was built here under a State government project, for boosting pilgrimage and tourism in the region. The Cho Djo lake is located within the complex, surrounded by forest.