Surrounded by dense pine forests, Lampokhari Lake is one of the important tourist sites in Aritar, located at an elevation of 4600 feet is a such an enchanting old lake of Sikkim, attracts tourist for a number of reasons and one of them is, it discovers an interesting narrow lane that connects its way to mountaintop called Mankhim.
Located on the way to Old silk route of East Sikkim, under Rongli subdivision, is widely popular among travellers, enfolded in the lap of nature, this waterfall creates a bewitching magical view at a time of showers. Tucked amidst the exquisite landscape this place is a must visit in your Aritar tour.
If anyone wants to be aloof for some little time, then visiting Mankhim is worth a shot! Spellbinding, fascinating and tranquillising tourist spot of Sikkim, is a perfect place to encounter the captivating site of Mount Kanchenjunga. Away from city’s din, Mankhim is an optimum serene attract in Aritar that has numerous tourist attractions, including monasteries, temples and lakes.
Well renowned as the seven sisters fall, this waterfall has its unique charm that bestows freshness to travellers, that gushing water passes through a rocky cliff, in calm and composed surroundings is extremely soul soothing. Well connected to other tourist spots in Sikkim, seven sisters falls, is an equally attractive destination visited throughout the year.
Located at an altitude of 1447 mt, is considered to be a heritage site in Sikkim that was built in 1896, by Sir James Claude White, it was established as the first British official’s outpost in Sikkim. Now among the top tourist destination, Dak bungalow also offers accommodation to tourists.
One of the oldest and holiest Monasteries in Sikkim, Gumpa monastery is also known as the Aritar Gumpa. Situated on the hilltop this comforting place is beautifully surrounded with snow, most of the time. The tourist from far-flung places adores the architecture and collection of artefacts, murals, and ancient manuscripts that are still present in this monastery.