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sandakphu trek

sandakphu trek is quite famous.me and my wife went for the trek.on the way we met 2 fellow trekkers... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
rn2477
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Mumbai (Bombay), India
Clear Blue Sky, Green Mapple Tree, Small Wooden Huts, Snowy Mountain Peaks and Beautiful Redish Sunrise

Wow, first time went for hill station, started from NJP to Maneybhajang. Hire the Land rover and... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
JoyDtripper
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3 weeks ago
“sandakphu trek”
4 weeks ago
“Clear Blue Sky, Green Mapple Tree, Small Wooden Huts, Snowy Mountain Peaks and Beautiful Redish Sunrise”
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Hours Today: 05:00 - 23:00
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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Singalila National Park 734101, India

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

sandakphu trek is quite famous.me and my wife went for the trek.on the way we met 2 fellow trekkers arnab and krishanu.our route was manebhanjan-tumling-kalipokhri-sandakphu-srikhola.manebhanjan-masterji's hotel.chitrey-hawk's nest,kalipokhri-forgot the name sorry,sandakphu-sunrise lodge,srikhola-hotel red panda. at all the places the arrangement and food is unexpectedly good. guide-hemkumar...More

Thank rn2477
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Wow, first time went for hill station, started from NJP to Maneybhajang. Hire the Land rover and lost in Mountain. First destination was Tumling. Saw the Beautiful sunrise from Tumling. Then trek to Tonglu and return back within couple of hour. Same day reached to...More

Thank JoyDtripper
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This place is simply awesome. The best time to trek is march to May. Do stop at a place called GORKHEY and it feels like a fairy tale land.

Thank Manjaska
Reviewed 18 May 2017

Stories of Sandakphu have always been like fairy tell to me .First heard it from my grand father and with a sudden plan we were off .A group of 5 including a kid .After Enjoying two chilling night in Darjeeling and rejuvenating our mind early...More

Thank Indrajit_Bublu
Reviewed 12 May 2017

Sandakphu is a special place because one can see four of the five highest peaks in the world.We went there in the middle of February 2017..and we were extremely lucky that the weather was really good.The views are just jaw dropping.i would highly recommend Sunrise...More

3  Thank Biswarup2017
Reviewed 7 May 2017 via mobile

We, the early thirties couple picked up our sack and reached at Maneybhanjan on 1st May. Yes, the time was not as good as April (as our guide/ porter said) but it was the time of Rhododendron. And if you are lucky then for snow...More

Thank wilderness84
Reviewed 17 April 2017

We are a family of 5 (3 children) and we did thid trek with some indians friends. We choose this trek as it was adviced by the LP. The region in itself is wonderfull and the trek follows a ridge with great views. Unfortunatelly, we...More

1  Thank Daniel B
Reviewed 12 April 2017

Its a rare place, accessible by common people, from where one can see both the 'Kanchenjangha' and Mt. Everest. There is a motorable road to reach Sandakphu, but the road condition is horrible (naturally) . I will suggest to on trek which I find to...More

1  Thank bnbhatta
Reviewed 7 April 2017

We, a group of 4, experienced the most common trek to Sandakphu and then to Phalut. Although each day of this trek, from Tonglu to Srikhola, had awesome view of the Kanchenjunga range, our experience at Sandakphu was the best. The sunrise from the view...More

Thank Janmenjoy
Reviewed 5 April 2017

The highest point of West Bengal India. While trekking, you walk in Nepal and in India without any visa or Passport. LOL. Nice experience and a must have one.

Thank dream_aneek
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Rewaj G
I am planing trek to Sandakphu in July-August , Is it possible ?
14 June 2017|
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Response from wilderness84 | Reviewed this property |
true. sandakphu is not a monsoon destination.
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Jeni2728
hi all, Planning this trek in the 2nd week of October... Does the trek pass through any snow?
19 May 2017|
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Response from s_umitadak |
yes it is very good time . no snow at that time . I have a plan to trek sandakphu on the 1st week . if 6 persons then ask me. i arrange this trek. 9749420926/9475652283
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Jeni2728
is there possibility of snow in early october?
19 May 2017|
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Response from Indrajit_Bublu | Reviewed this property |
The weather is very unpredictable In October mid you can expect snow , but if you go to phalut chances are more .To get much show covered best is Feb end to march
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