Aritar"Take A Trip to The Tribal Beauty"

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    Parbateyswar Shivalaya Mandir - Parbateyswar Shivalaya Mandir is dedicated to the Hindu Lord Shiva. This temple is visited by devotees during the month of Sawan, who follow the major tradition of offering water to the idol of Lord Shiva.

     

    Aritar Gumpa - Aritar Gumpa is renowned as one of the oldest monasteries in Sikkim which belongs to the Kagyuapa order of Tibetan Buddhism. This monastery is famous for its beautifully carved traditional architecture. Visitors can also explore the painted murals, artefacts and various ancient manuscripts in the monastery.

     

    Lampokhari Lake - Lampokhari Lake is popularly known as the Aritar Lake among natives. It is counted among the oldest natural lakes of Sikkim. Located at a height of around 1,400 m, this lake is in the shape of human foot. Surrounded by dense forests, tourists can enjoy the beautiful view along with boating. Paddle boating is one of the prominent activities enjoyed by tourists at this lake. This lake has been reconstructed for the purpose of providing improved boating facility to the visitors.

     

    Kali Khola Falls - Kali Khola Falls is also known as the Lonely Falls which is around 100 m of height. Tourists can visit this beautiful falls through Rorathang-Rongli Road.

     

    Dak Bunglow - Dak Bunglow was built in 1895 by Sir James Claude White, who was the 1st political officer of Sikkim. This ancient bungalow is also renowned as Ari-Bangla, which was constructed under the rule of British in India. However, the first outpost came into effect in 1897 and this bungalow witnessed the construction of the first treasury of Sikkim. Besides, the Sikkim Police was also raised at this site.

     

    Nirmal Dham - Nirmal Dham is considered as the home of Nirmal Guruji, Kopchey Baba, who is known for his power of healing people. It is located at a distance of 5 km from Rhenock Bazar.

     

    Lungchok Valley - Lungchok Valley is located near Lokdara, Chujachen and is popular for offering beautiful view of the surroundings. The valley is visited by tourists for enjoying adventure activity like trekking

     

    Mankhim Temple - Mankhim Temple is situated in the Maity Village, Kheselakha, at an altitude of 6,500 ft. This temple belongs to the Rai community who believe in worshipping the nature. The prominent attraction of this temple is the celebration of Sakewa Puja, which begins when the plants grow. The Rai community celebrates the Sakewa Puja by performing various types of dance forms in the temple premises. Besides, Hattipailay village is another tourist attraction nearby Mankhim Temple. The main attraction of this village is the numerous rocks with the footprints of elephants.

     

    Changey Waterfall - Changey Waterfall is located near the famous Lampokhari Lake, which is one the prominent attractions of the destination. The waterfall provides beautiful view of the surroundings and is situated at a height of around 50 m.

     

    Phushrey Lake - Phushrey Lake is situated a few kilometres from Aritar, amidst the forests. There is an old log, reflecting its beautiful image in the water of the lake. Tourists can also spot red panda and peasant, various species of butterflies and wild orchids around the lake.

     

    Ever Green Nursery & Ram Gauri Sangrhalaya - Ever Green Nursery & Ram Gauri Sangrhalaya is famous for housing numerous collections of wood and horticultural plants. This nursery is situated at the Rhenock Bazar and is owned privately.

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    Parbateyswar Shivalaya Mandir - Parbateyswar Shivalaya Mandir is dedicated to the Hindu Lord Shiva. This temple is visited by devotees during the month of Sawan, who follow the major tradition of offering water to the idol of Lord Shiva.

     

    Aritar Gumpa - Aritar Gumpa is renowned as one of the oldest monasteries in Sikkim which belongs to the Kagyuapa order of Tibetan Buddhism. This monastery is famous for its beautifully carved traditional architecture. Visitors can also explore the painted murals, artefacts and various ancient manuscripts in the monastery.

     

    Lampokhari Lake - Lampokhari Lake is popularly known as the Aritar Lake among natives. It is counted among the oldest natural lakes of Sikkim. Located at a height of around 1,400 m, this lake is in the shape of human foot. Surrounded by dense forests, tourists can enjoy the beautiful view along with boating. Paddle boating is one of the prominent activities enjoyed by tourists at this lake. This lake has been reconstructed for the purpose of providing improved boating facility to the visitors.

     

    Kali Khola Falls - Kali Khola Falls is also known as the Lonely Falls which is around 100 m of height. Tourists can visit this beautiful falls through Rorathang-Rongli Road.

     

    Dak Bunglow - Dak Bunglow was built in 1895 by Sir James Claude White, who was the 1st political officer of Sikkim. This ancient bungalow is also renowned as Ari-Bangla, which was constructed under the rule of British in India. However, the first outpost came into effect in 1897 and this bungalow witnessed the construction of the first treasury of Sikkim. Besides, the Sikkim Police was also raised at this site.

     

    Nirmal Dham - Nirmal Dham is considered as the home of Nirmal Guruji, Kopchey Baba, who is known for his power of healing people. It is located at a distance of 5 km from Rhenock Bazar.

     

    Lungchok Valley - Lungchok Valley is located near Lokdara, Chujachen and is popular for offering beautiful view of the surroundings. The valley is visited by tourists for enjoying adventure activity like trekking

     

    Mankhim Temple - Mankhim Temple is situated in the Maity Village, Kheselakha, at an altitude of 6,500 ft. This temple belongs to the Rai community who believe in worshipping the nature. The prominent attraction of this temple is the celebration of Sakewa Puja, which begins when the plants grow. The Rai community celebrates the Sakewa Puja by performing various types of dance forms in the temple premises. Besides, Hattipailay village is another tourist attraction nearby Mankhim Temple. The main attraction of this village is the numerous rocks with the footprints of elephants.

     

    Changey Waterfall - Changey Waterfall is located near the famous Lampokhari Lake, which is one the prominent attractions of the destination. The waterfall provides beautiful view of the surroundings and is situated at a height of around 50 m.

     

    Phushrey Lake - Phushrey Lake is situated a few kilometres from Aritar, amidst the forests. There is an old log, reflecting its beautiful image in the water of the lake. Tourists can also spot red panda and peasant, various species of butterflies and wild orchids around the lake.

     

    Ever Green Nursery & Ram Gauri Sangrhalaya - Ever Green Nursery & Ram Gauri Sangrhalaya is famous for housing numerous collections of wood and horticultural plants. This nursery is situated at the Rhenock Bazar and is owned privately.

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