Rimbi Waterfall and Karchen Power House
Sewaro Rock Garden
Sewaro rock garden, not far from Karchen Power House, is an enchanting show of natural beauty. This must-visit if you come to Pelling. It’s about 12 Km from Pelling. The Sikkim Government built this man-made building. Which is quiet and less frequented, making it ideal for a picnic. All visitors have drawn to the artificial pools, rock formations, and flora. There is a small restaurant, a swimming pool, and many elevated viewpoints. Many aspiring photographers have drawn to the scenic natural beauty.
Yuksom, a historical site and under-explored tourist destination near Pelling. It is a major promoter of eco-tourism in Sikkim. Yuksom was the first capital of the state when it has founded in 1642 AD by Chogyal Phuntsog Namgyal. He was Sikkim’s first emperor and promoter of religion. The Chogyals ruled Sikkim with justice and righteousness for the next 333 years. Yuksom is now a popular tourist destination and epitomizes natural beauty and elegance. The Himalayan Mountaineering Institute has a base camp here.
Tashiding, a secret village in the mountains. It has known for its monastery. This is a very important place of worship for Buddhists, who come here to communicate with the Lord and purify their souls. It has built in 1717 AD during the reign of the third Chogyal. The residing lamas celebrate the Bhumchu festival every year. The Festival attendees tourists and locals. The monastery sits atop a small heart-shaped hill between the rivers Rathong and Rangeet. The monastery’s surroundings have adorned with prayer wheels and religious flags. It has referred to as Sikkim’s “spiritual center.”