Rabangla or Ravangla (Rabong), is one of the most popular tourist destinations in South Sikkim. At an altitude of 8000 ft, located on a ridge between Maenam and Tendong Hill, on Gangtok-Gyalsing highway, Ravangla offers unmatched views of the Greater Himalayas. Numerous snow-clad peaks, alpine lakes and swirling clouds beautify the area for any adventure lover who comes to Rabangla.
With several mesmerizing Tourist Spots and attractions, Ravangla remains a mystical place which is very popular among the people worldwide. Exotic Tea Garden, Rich Heritage Buddhist Gompas, Villages & Vibrant Cultures, Trekking & Hiking through the mountains, Beautiful orchards, Exotic flora and fauna and translucent water streams will provide you with an unparalleled life experience that remains etched in your heart forever.
Gardens, Old Monasteries, Lamas and Pilgrims with a great scenic beauties and tranquility allures anyone to come here. The natural splendor in Ravangla captivates and engages the spectator in a heavenly charm.
Features a 130-foot high statue of the Buddha as its centerpiece. The Cho Djo lake is located within the complex, surrounded by forest. The statue of the Buddha marks the occasion of the 2550th birth anniversary of Gautama Buddha. Our hotel is part of the compound.
Borong is a small beautiful village in Ravangla sub divison of South Sikkim district in the mountain state of Sikkim at an altitude of 5800 ft. With Himalayan Mountains as the backdrop, Borong is an ideal place for those looking for some peace and tranquility. You can enjoy a comfortable stay at Wild Flower Retreat in our cottages around a wildflower garden or in well appointed rooms, and catch a beautiful view of the snow-covered Himalayan Mountains from all of them. With a natural hot spring, several small water falls, Borong is also a Bird watcher's paradise.
This picturesque tea garden, established in 1969, is spread on a single hill slope that originates from the Tendong Hills. Situated at a short distance of 16 km from Ravangla, Temi is the only tea garden of Sikkim, known for producing top quality organic tea for domestic and international markets. The area is also famous for Cherry trees which blossoms in November. The Cherry blossom festival is held at Temi during early November.
The old monastery was established in 1768 AD and the new monastery, Palchen Choeling Monastic Institute, was built in 1995. The main feature of this monastery is the masked dance of Kagyed Chaam, which is performed every year as a ritual of worshipping Mt.Khanchenjung.
This Unique Pilgrim Cenrer having a 108 ft statue of Lord Shiva and replicas of four sacred Dhaams of the country Badrinatth, Dwarka, Puri, and Rameswaram at one place at Solophok hilltop. Surrounding the statue of Lord Shiva and the Char Dhams, It is considered highly sacred by tourist to visit this sacred pilgrim center.
Also known as Guru Rinpocheis on the Samdruptse hill. Sits atop a giant lotus plinth , painted in shimmering copper, pink and bronze, the 45m-high statue of Guru Padmasambhava lords over the forested Samdruptse ridge is visible for miles around.
The most revered monastery (Gompa) is a Buddhist monastery, located on top of the hill rising between the Rathong chu and the Rangeet River. It is said that the three monks saw an unusual divine phenomenon of bright light shining on top of the Kanchenjunga peak, which reflected to a site near the place where the present Tashiding Monastery has been built.
Titanic View Point is about 12 kms from our Hotel. This place came up in the tourist map very recently. Shaped like the tip of a ship, this place offers a panoramic view of the deep river valley and the mountains ranges stretching to the horizon. The road to this viewpoint is also very scenic.
Against a backdrop of a magnificent view of the mountains, Kewzing is a typical quiet Bhutia village, located 8 kms from Ravangla in South Sikkim. The Bonn Monastery is another religious attraction of Ravangla, situated in the Kewzing Village, 5 km from the town. This monastery was established in the late 1980s as a symbol of the determination of the community of Kewzing, in preserving their traditions.
Situated 38 kms away from Ravangla, Kaluk is a sleepy hamlet that offers a spectacular view of the entire Kanchendzonga range. When at Kaluk, do plan to stay at Green Hill Resort which has large luxurious cottages all facing the Mt.Kanchendzonga.
"This hotel is a great place for relaxation. Location is just fantastic as you are in divine serenity. The rooms are good and you get the mesmerizing view of a range of mountains and hills amidst floating clouds along. Rooms are neat and clean. Staffs are very friendly ... highly recommended."
The view from this hotel is rejuvenating. Nestled amidst the hills with a nice views of lushgreen mountains. Staying here is an awesome experience. Nice spacious rooms coupled with hospitality at its best. You will truly love this place as we enjoyed a lot. Will be back again.
Ravangla or Rabangla or Ravongla is a small tourist town situated at an elevation of 8000 ft in South Sikkim district of the Indian state of Sikkim. It is connected by state highway to other major towns in the state and lies between Pelling and Gangtok.Read More