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Sanskriti Homestay In Sikkim

Patuk, Sikkim

Rs 1,800

Per Person Per Night

Tucked away in the lofty mountains and lush meadows, the village of Patuk in Sikkim reflects the rich cultural heritage and a humble lifestyle. While you live in a South Sikkimese homestay, you can indulge in local routine activities. Dine with your host, witness and partake in daily chores like milking cows, making butter, fodder collection and feeding cattle, cardamom weeding and harvesting. You can also witness cultural programmes organised in the village. This is will help you experience the opulent culture and simple life of the people up close. Short trekking expeditions through rugged trails allow you to explore the rustic countryside of the will be a perfect Sikkim holiday for you

The Sanskriti homestay comprises a local vernacular wooden structure with a scenic view of the mountains. The home has a spacious verandah from where you can admire the creator’s artistry. Surrounded by a fruit and vegetable garden, this home reflects the warmth and hospitality of its host.

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Need help in planning your Sikkim trip. Check this out.

  • A visit to the giant statue of Lord Buddha that was installed at Rabong in the year 2006 to mark the 2550th birth anniversary of Lord Buddha.
  • Stopover at the larger than life statue of Lord Shiva at Namchi which is a 2 hour drive from Patuk. Namchi is also famous for its magnificent views of Kanchenjunga mountain range
  • A day’s trip to explore Ravangla is a must. It is famous for its Buddha park, spectacular views of the Himalayas, monasteries and carpet shops
  • Village walks and day hikes in the neighbouring hills
  • You could be witness to a Shamanic healing ritual unique to this part of the country. This depends on the group size
  • Samdruptse which means 'wish fulfilling hill' in the local Bhutia language is another location you need to include in your itinerary. There is a statue of Guru Padamasambhava, a saint who blessed Sikkim more than 1200 years ago. He is also fondly known as Guru Rimpoche. At 135 feet it is the highest statue of Guru Padamasambhava in the world and its foundation stone was laid by His Holiness the Dalai Lama
  • You could plan a visit the Lingi Buddhist Monastery and the Mahadev Caves.

By Air: The closest airport to our program location is located in Bagdogra, Siliguri, West Bengal (IXB). There are flights almost every day to this airport from Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Bangalore

By Train: Nearest railway stations to Sikkim are Jalpaiguri (187 km) and Siliguri (146 km), that are well-connected to major cities like Kolkata, Guwahati, Delhi and Mumbai.

Pick up will be arranged from the airport/railway station to the homestay

INR 1,800 per night per person including stay, all meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner)
Transport and guides to the places of interest can be arranged at an extra rate.

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