On arrival at Railway Station / Airport you will be received by our office representative who will assist you to board your vehicle to Gangtok. Upon arrival proceed for check-in at hotel. The evening is free for leisure. Overnight stay at Gangtok.
Solophok Chardham: An 87 feet long statue of Lord Shiva encircled by a replica of the 12 Jyotirlingas (devotional object representing the god Shiva) and four Dhams (names of four pilgrimage sites in India). Solophok Chardham is one of the most sacred places in Sikkim. Solophok Chardham temple is spread over an area of 7 acres and its complex includes various other religious sites like Sai Baba Temple, Kirateshwar statue besides Nandi bull, Sai Dwar, Sai Temple, Kirat Dwar, Kirateshwar Statue, Shiv Dwar and Musical fountain.
The temple is built on top of the Solophok Hill in South Sikkim which is about 5 kilometers from Namchi. One can enjoy cultural activities, seminars, religious discourses, nature study and passive recreation in the pilgrimage center. Apart from providing a unique religious and cultural ambience, the temple is a major tourist attraction at the National as well as International level.
To promote Sikkim as a pilgrimage destination, the state government decided to make a statue of Sakyamuni Buddha in Buddha Park. People from India and across the world come and here and seek the blessing of Lord Budha. The park offers a panoramic view of snow capped mountains, and an ample walkway for visitors to enjoy the serene surroundings, spiritual ambience of the location adds to the experience. There is a meditation center within the park, and additional infrastructures for Buddhist conclave.
Located on the bank of the Rangit River, Kirateshwar Mahadev Temple is a must visit religious sight for every tourist on their tour to Legship, West Sikkim. The temple is located at a distance of 5 km from Pelling and is connected with Geyzing and Pemayangtse. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and has lots of tales connected to the Hindu epic, Mahabharata. According to legends, this is the place where Lord Shiva appeared in front of Arjuna in the disguise of a hunter and blessed him to attain success in the war of Mahabharata. Currently, there is a guest house within the premises of the temple, and it can accommodate more than 500 people. The temple is at its liveliest during the months of November and December as the famous festival Bala Chaturdesi is celebrated during this time.
In Bhutia language Samdruptse means 'wish fulfilling hill'. This is place where tourist can admire the tallest statue of Guru Padmasambhava. This wide gigantic statue of Guru Padmasambhava, also known as Guru Rimpoche, is known to have blessed Sikkim more than 1,200 years ago, and is considered as a tribute to the saint. Within the complex, there's a permanent photo exhibition of archival images from India's history, including a rare photo of Mahatma Gandhi. The statue of Guru Padmasambhava is visually stunning and therefore is a must visit attraction for any tourists visiting the area.
Early Morning starts the full day sightseeing in and around this capital city of Sikkim, covering Ganesh Tak, Hanuman Tak, Chortan (Stupa), Institute of Tibetology (Closed on Sunday), Roomtek Monastery & Dharma Chakra Centre– one of the 4 major Tibetan Buddhist Sect.
After breakfast at hotel transfer to NJP Railway Station / Bagdogra Airport for your onward journey. As you go home let the everlasting memory of the radiant Himalayas and this beautiful serene place linger in your mind and prompt you now and again to revisit this place.