Mankhim, Sikkim

Mankhim Sikkim - Tour and Travel Guide

Mankhim is a new tourism destination perched on a hilltop above the Dalapchand village in Eastern Sikkim's Rongli Sub-Division, next to one of the state's most recognized locations, Aritar. Mankhim is attracting people from all over the world due to its picturesque view of the green Lampokhari Lake with the backdrop view of majestic Mt Kanchenjunga, which cannot be seen from Aritar. At a lower height, Mankhim is possibly one of the few spots where three types of mountains can be seen from the same vantage point: green hills, desolate red mountains, and snow-capped summits.

You may now make dream of visiting Mankhim in Sikkim a reality with the help of a well-planned tour package that includes everything you need, including a car for pickup, sightseeing arrangements, comfortable pre-booked accommodations, delectable meals, and drop-off after the tour is through. Call now for a tour quote.

Mankhim Sikkim Sightseeing

Mankhim, surrounded by a lush forest of pine, fire, and oak and overlooking the emerald green "boot-shaped" Lampokhari Lake, provides a calm ambiance and some of Eastern Sikkim's most stunning vistas. On the peak of Mankhim, a charming temple adds to the serene ambiance for visitors. Mankhim's temple has a lengthy history, as it is associated with the medieval Hindu cult known as Rai, which is thought to have started in the Maity village. When tourists visit the temple, they can receive an unrivaled view of Mt. Kanchenjunga. The rippling waters of the Mulkarkha Lake, which can be reached by a journey from the region, reflect the view of the snow-capped mountains.

Apart from taking in the spectacular views from Mankhim, visitors have expressed interest in activities like bird viewing, paddle boating, and nature hikes. From Mankhim, there is a long jungle route that leads to numerous vistas. Visitors utilize this road for a nature walk to explore the lush woodland surrounding Mankhim while spotting unique birds and taking in the breathtaking view of the snow-capped peak. Visitors can enjoy the beauty of the unspoiled environment while boating in the mysterious green boot-shaped lake along a jungle path that leads to Lampokhari Lake.

Far from the din of city life at the picturesque hilltop destination overlooking the panoramic view of snow-capped mountains and tranquil emerald waters of Lampokhari Lake while listening to the harmonious chirping in Mankhim. Mankhim is the ideal getaway destination with a serene ambiance for the people who thrives to find solitude amidst nature.

Best Time to Go for Mankhim

Mankhim's splendid valleys and the gardens of Rhododendrons and Orchids will be during the summer. Mankhim's forests and beautiful green fields appear to be a rainbow of colors. The pine and fir woodland appears to be so gorgeous that words alone will not suffice to describe it. Visiting Mankhim in the winter will be an excellent way to experience the bone-chilling cold wind and icy pine forest, as well as the snow-capped mountain peaks and the towering Mt. Kanchendzonga. Mankhim is exceedingly serene and silent in the winter, and the sound of the northern wind chills the spirit of the visitors. Simply put, Mankhim can be visited at any time of year, but avoiding the monsoon would be beneficial, as frequent landslide occurs during this season.

Transportation Options to Reach Mankhim

Bagdogra Airport as well as NJP is quite nearby of Siliguri. To go to Mankhim, hire a car directly from Siliguri. The distance between NJP and Mankhim is 118 kilometres. The shortest route from Siliguri to Mankhim is through Kalimpong, which takes about 4 hours. Booking a car through the tour planner is a good idea because it will be convenient and completely hassle-free.

Homestays and Hotels in Mankhim

Mankhim, an offbeat destination, lacks hotel types of accommodation with luxury amenities. The place has a few homestays that provide a welcoming atmosphere and the ideal approach to accommodate travelers. The owners give beautiful meals according to their preferences with excellent hospitality and humility. The homestays offer basic amenities including a western washroom attached to the room, room service, homemade foods, and more.

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