About Namchi

Namchi, in the local dialect literally means ‘top of the sky’. The district headquarters of South Sikkim is a fast emerging tourist destination. Located 78 km from Gangtok, set in a picturesque location, Namchi offers an unrivaled view of the Mt. Khangchendzonga range and the Rangit valley.
Samdruptse Hill

Samdruptse Hill is a landmark monastery and massive statue situated on a hill offering picturesque views.
Char Dham

Char Dham in Namchi, South Sikkim is a religious cum cultural center with the main temple being of Lord Shiva.
Ralong Monastery

The most sacred monastery of Sikkim and said to have been built to honor the pilgrimage of the fourth Ghogyal to Tibet. The monastery is home to over a hundred monks and is also known to be the home to beautiful paintings.
Buddhist Padma Sambhava

The visually stunning statue of Guru Padmasambhava, on Samdruptse hill, is the world's tallest statue of Guru Padmasambhava and very popular among tourists.
Rock Garden

Rock garden situated in a remote mountain locale reached by car or aerial tram.
Helipad Hill

Namchi Helipad area is a wonderful open space with a large roundabout. The road from here goes towards Namchi town which is about 5kms away. Helicopter service is available between Bagdogra and Namchi every Thursday.
Doling Gumpa

The gompa is situated inside the cardamom plantations which makes it a great place to visit to see the amazing flora and fauna present here.
Ngadak Monastery

Ngadak Monastery is one of the oldest monasteries of Namchi which was built by Tensung Namgyal, during the reign of Chogyal Gyurmed Namgyal regime.
Tendong Hill

Tendong Hill is famous for its serene environment which sets it apart from other attractions in Sikkim. It has rich flora and fauna and is blessed with alluring views.
Gosang Lama Tashi Lamas Place

Tashi Lhunpo Monastery founded in 1447 by the 1st Dalai Lama and a historic and culturally important monastery.
Best Time To Visit Namchi

The summer season is the perfect time to journey across Namchi as the weather remains a lot pleasant during this time. The months of March to May also serve as a great time to visit Namchi as these months feature moderate temperatures. September to November is again a good time for a fulfilling journey to Namchi. February and October are also ideal as both these months host the very popular flower show festival and the Namchi Mahotsav, which turns Namchi into a lively hub. The summer in Namchi is pleasant. The temperature usually stays between 4°C and 12°C. The maximum temperature raises up to 28°C. The storm season for Namchi continues from July to September. The hill town experiences heavy rainfall because of the southwest storm. Temperatures lie between 5°C to 13°C. In the winter months, Namchi experiences extreme temperature. The hill town has a maximum temperature of 8°C and a slow of -15°C. Snow carpets the region in its ethereal covers.

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