Ravangla Tour Packages 

Kiomoi welcomes you to Ravangla, also known as Rabongla, a charming tourist town situated in the Eastern Indian subcontinent near Namchi city of Sikkim, surrounded by the majestic Himalayan Range and between the enchanting woods. Just as you enter this small town, you will be girdled by the serene beauty and calmness.
Ravangla is a hidden gem and an ideal destination that offers a wide variety of experience, whether you want to spend some time in solitude in the midst of nature or an adrenaline junkie or want to visit an amazing destination with your partner or family, Ravangla is just the right calling for you.
Being in the travel industry for years, Kiomoi offers a range of budget friendly Sikkim tour packages with an itinerary that is customized in a way to deliver the best experience ever.
Our customized ravangla tour, offers everything you need for your trip.
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Must Visit Places in Ravangla  

Here are some top places to visit in Ravangla:
Tathagata Tsal: Also known as Buddha Park, is a must visit as it features a 130 feet high statue of Buddha. The mesmerizing view it offers is unbeatable, surrounded by the lush greenery and an amazing view of Himalayas touching the clouds. Blue skies and an endless view makes it the main attraction of Ravangla Sightseeing Packages.
Samdruptse Hill: At an altitude of 7000 feet, towering147feet tall statue of Guru Padmasambhava is gilded with gold that glitters when sunlight falls over it. Samdruptse Hill offers the view of magnificent Mt. Kangchenjunga amongst the richly forested hills. It also has a huge "Dharma Chakra" which we can rotate by hand as a practice in Buddhist temples.
Ralang Monastery: Built in 1768 AD this Tibetan Buddhist Monastery have an unparalleled beauty and old heritage. It has an extensive collection of paintings and tangkas that reflect the splendor of Buddhist art. Its serene ambience and peacefulness make you forget your worries, Ravangla Namchi tour package often include a visit to this place.
Temi Tea Gardens: Enjoy the fascinating beauty and lush greenery of the Tea plantation region while enjoying a cup of fresh tea. Simply soothe your eyes as you sip your tea, it is as relaxing as it sounds.
Doling Gompa: Situated on a small hillock in the lush town of Barfung, this Monastery belongs to the Nyingmapa sect of Buddhism and exudes a spiritual atmosphere. Surrounded by Mountains and dense forest the landscape of Gompa is breathtaking.
Solophok Chardham: A sacred place where a grand statue of Lord Shiva in his Adi Yoga pose over looks Solophok Hill in South Sikkim. This place also showcases the twelve Jyotirlingas and the four Dhams of India -Jagannath, Badrinath, Dwarka, and Rameshwaram. The stunning beauty and serenity of the region will leave you mesmerized.
Maenam Hill: Beautiful forest, night sky full of stars, an amazing sunrise and one of the best views for Mt. Kanchenjunga. Sounds beautiful, if so then Maenam Hill is calling out to you. An amazing trekking destination for beginners and short trek lovers.
Ralong Hot Springs: After all the exploration and sightseeing, Ralong Hot Springs, also known as ‘Ralang Cha-Chu’ are the go-to place to get rid of your tiredness and your backpain making the trip wholesome and a lot more enjoyable, travel advisors never forget to include these Hot Springs in their Ravangla Nature trips itinerary.

Things to Do in Ravangla  

Ravangla being nestled in the lap of great Himalayas, offers an amazing natural beauty along with the adventurous sport activities and exciting options to explore.
Here is the list of things to do in Ravangla:
Trekking at Doling Gompa: After hearing mountains and hilly areas first thing that comes in mind to do is trekking, Ravangla can be considered as a trekker’s paradise. There are various beautiful and exciting trails giving an amazing view of the surrounding hills. Trek to Doling Gompa is beginner friendly and also is exciting at every step taken, giving amazing views in the way as you head to the top. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced trekker, Ravangla have all sorts of trails suitable for all levels of adventurer seekers.
Wildlife Sanctuary Trek: Ravangla is the starting point of the famous Maenam Wildlife Sanctuary Trek. Trek to the Maenam Hill to witness an amazing sunset over the Himalayas.
White Water Rafting in Rangit River: For the adrenaline junkies, planning Darjeeling Pelling Ravangla tour must include this in their bucket list. Rangit river is one of the most famous white water rafting locations. The course of the rafting waters stretches to Nine Kilometers, going downstream, it offers sharp descends and narrow ravines which are extremely difficult to maneuver, and are challenging for rafters. If you have goosebumps after reading this and can barely contain your excitement then definitely include this in your plan.
Watch the Sunrise from Rayong Sunrise Point: What better way to start your day by watching a perfect sunrise, the nature’s theatrical start of the day. The sun rises over Bhutan’s Dongkya (Chola) Range as it slowly starts coming up one can also view part of the Singalila Ridge lit up in the fiery rays of the sun. At an altitude of about 7000ft, Rayong offers travelers an amazing view of the Himalayan mountains. If you’re looking for the perfect introduction to the Greater Himalayas, Rayong should be part of your Gangtok Ravangla Namchi Pelling Tour.

Tips for Budget Friendly Ravangla Tour

Even though Ravangla itself is a complete package for an enjoyable trip you can make it more affordable and budget friendly by picking few of the destinations as a part of your Gangtok Pelling Ravangla tour package. In that way one could cover various places along with the scenic Ravangla tour. Now some points to consider while planning the trip:
Plan in Advance: An advance planning can get you cheaper flight and train tickets to reach your destination, along with booking one of the suitable Ravangla Tour packages as per your need and budget can give you the real advantage of enjoying the trip.

Best Time to Visit Ravangla 
During summer season (April to June) or Autumn(September to November) are considered to be best seasons to visit. Also, it is advisable to check the weather forecast before your trip.
Pack Wisely: Due to proximity to the Himalayan range, the weather is generally cool throughout the year. But you must pack wisely as the weather can be unpredictable make sure to bring some extra clothes, raincoat, necessary medication, etc.
Use Public or Local Transport: Using local transport can help you to make the trip more economic while being more engaging with the local people and the culture, making it wholesome.

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