Maenam Wildlife Sanctuary
Known around the world for its exclusive collection of rare flora and fauna, Maenam Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the most prized possessions of Namchi. Located very close to our hotel in Namchi, this wildlife wonder can only be accessed with prior permissions from the forest department which can be arranged.
Perched on one of the most beautiful destinations in Namchi, the Ralang Monastery is as important as it is old. The monastery is a holy spot for thousands of pilgrims that follow the religion of Buddhism. The monastery has many inmates who will help you to get in touch with your inner self and provide a nurturing experience.
Shirdi Sai Baba Mandir & Pilgrimage Centre
Located at Asangthang, Namchi, this is the first Sai Baba temple in the whole of Sikkim. It was built by Shirdi Sai Baba Trust of South Sikkim under the patronage of Government of Sikkim Tourism.
Samdrupste Hill literally translates to "Wish Fulfilling Hill" an offers just the same. Situated at an altitude of 7000 feet, this magnificent hill is made impeccable with the giant statue of the patron saint of Sikkim Guru Padmasambhava commonly known as Guru Rinpoche. The cultural importance of this site alone makes this a must visit spot.
Undoubtedly the most popular and the best tourist attraction in Namchi. It is located on a hilltop and about 5 kilometres from the town centre.
Samdrupste Monastery is situated about 7 km from Namchi town and up on Samdruptse hill. Before Char Dham, this used to be the main attraction of Namchi, it is still very popular among tourists though.
The area is a wonderful open space with a large roundabout. The road from here goes towards Namchi town which is about 5 km away. Helicopter service is available between Bagdogra and Namchi on every Thursday. Keeping the helipad on your left, look up on your right and you can see the large statue of Lord Shiva (Char Dham)
Namchi Rock Garden
The landscaped garden below is quite beautiful. There are water bodies, a gazebo, tiny arched bridges over lilipools, many different rare flowers and plantations, slides & swings for children, benches to relax & soak in the views - all make a wonderful experience.
Buddha Park in Ravangla
Also known as Tathagata Tsal, 30 kms from Namchi town. Spread over 23 acres of area this parkland has a towering sitting statue of Buddha which is 137 ft. 22 inch tall. The face of the statue is coated with 3.5 kg of gold. It is the tallest metal statue of Buddha in the world.