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Sandakphu Phalut Trek - Seek Blessings Of The Sleeping Buddha

Swinging along the border trails between India and Nepal under the shadows of the giant mountains of the Himalayas, namely Mt. Everest, Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Lhotse and a grand panorama of more than 26 elegant peaks.
- Popular Names: SandakphuPhalut

Sandakphu Phalut Trek

Swinging along the border trails between India and Nepal under the shadows of the giant mountains of the Himalayas, namely Mt. Everest, Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Lhotse and a grand panorama of more than 26 elegant peaks.
- Popular Names: SandakphuPhalut

A Himalayan High Experience
  • mane stone carvings seen near tumling
  • a small chorten beside kalapokhari on sandakphu trek
  • local villagers of garibas weaving bamboo sheets
  • kanchenjunga and kabru group of peaks seen from sandakphu phalut
  • everest group with chamlang baruntse makalu and chomolonzo seen from sandakphu phalut
  • sleeping buddha
  • kumbhakarna seen closely from phalut
  • peak peek through the clouds
  • white rhododendron
  • kumbhakarna with kanchenjunga forming the sleeping buddha
Introduction To The Sandakphu Phalut Trek
- Popular Names: SandakphuPhalut
Everest and Makalu Group Seen From Sandakphu Phalut Trek
Everest and Makalu Group Seen From Sandakphu Phalut Trek

Trek along with Mt. Everest, Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Lhotse and a grand Himalayan panorama of more than 20 other peaks. Swing along the border trails between India and Nepal. Walk through the clouds and rhododendron forest, in the Singalila National Park, to climb Sandakphu, the highest peak of West Bengal. At 3636 meters, this is not only the best trek for a beginner, but also stands out from lots of other treks in the Himalayas in terms of views and experience it has to offer.

The Sandakphu Phalut Trek boasts offering views of 4 of World's highest 8000 meter peaks ( excluding K2, in POK ) - Mt. Everest ( 8850m, 1st), Kanchenjunga ( 8586m, 3rd), Mt. Lhotse (8516m, 4th) and Makalu (8481m, 5th).

However, the Sandakphu trek is not just about these 4 highest mountains. The panorama of the Annapurna range including a glimpse of the Fish Tail mountain - locally known as Macchapucchare and Baruntse is also visible with the peaks of Chamling I, II and also Chomolonzo on both the sides of Makalu guarding the mighty Everest. For good, these mountains are too short to hide the mighty peak of Mt. Everest from us.

As you move your head towards right, the peaks of Three Sisters greets you followed by the mighty and elegant Kumbhakarna or Jannu. Its from here the Sleeping Buddha formation begins.

 

The Sleeping Buddha Seen From Sandakphu

The group of mountains form the Kanchenjunga family of mountains. It starts from the peak of Kumbhakarna and then is followed by Kanchendzonga and Simvo on the backmost line.. Below Kanchendzonga, there are several peaks and the named ones from the left are Koktang, Rathong, Frey, South Kabru, North Kabru, Kabru Forked, Goecha and then the ridgeline of Pandim just ahead of simvo. The depression between ridge-line of Goecha and Pandim is the Goechala, which is a popular n beautiful trek in Sikkim. Pandim is followed by Tenchenkhang and Jupono. All these peaks when seen from Sandakphu, Phalut and some other parts of Sikkim makes it appear like a huge man sleeping with spaced legs. This formation is so natural and ancestors associated it with Lord Buddha Sleeping over the clouds. Hence it is called the Sleeping Buddha.  

 

Singalila National Park, Rhododendrons, Birds and Red Panda

The Sandakphu trails boasts of lots of wild life as it falls under the area of Singalila National Park. Few lucky ones can see the rare Red Panda here. Also lots of other birds and animals can be sighted here including the wild boar.

During the spring season, the route is beautified by blooming colourful rhododendrons as the trails is covered by rhododendron forest.

 

Villages and Local Culture

Sandakphu trek is also beautified by the local villages of Darjeeling district and Nepal. Its a border line trek between India and Nepal, and we keep swinging between the regions and villages of Nepal and India. We come accross the remote villages of Jaubari, Gairibas, Jaubaray, Kaiyakatta, Gorkhey, Samanden, Ramam and Srikhola on this trek which gives us a lot of insight into the hard way of life of the locals. The villages make this trek extra beautiful. 

Sandakphu at 3636 meters is also the highest point of West Bengal. No other treks in India can boast of what Sandakphu Phalut trek can offer. We top it up with the pleasant, comfortable and welcoming Lepcha hospitality. Lepchas are the intrinsic tribes of that region. The best part of the Sandakphu trek is that its an easy trek and considered the best of the Himalayan routes to start your multi-day trek in the Himalayas.

 

Sandakphu Phalut Trek is a trek which is perhaps is uncompared and wins on every aspect. The giant and famous peaks more than 26 encircles you throughout... the flora and fauna of Singalila National Park including the Red Panda... finding the Buddha in yourself and the locals... the care of the villagers... swinging along the borders of Nepal and India... and many more undefined things makes SANDAKPHU PHALUT a **MUST DO TREK ** for any Himalayan Lovers. While it can be done any time expect for the monsoons ( June, July, August, September ), it does have its own characteristics and charm during different times of the year.

Sandakphu Phalut trek has 3 different seasons, and accordingly the experience vary

SPRINGS: ( from February end till Early May ) During this time the forest of Singalila National Park get colourful due to blooming of various species of Rhododendrons and Magnolia. Many species of these rare flowers adds a different and unique fragnant to the beautiful trail through the forest. The snow just recedes and fog adds to the extra element making it a fantasy photo frame.

AUTUMN: ( from September late till December early) During this time, after the rains, the weather starts to get drier and leaves and grasses starts to change their colour from green to brown. The skies remain clearer giving you excellent views of the mesmerizing Himalayan peaks of Nepal, Sikkim and Bhutan. Right from the Annapurna range in Eastern Nepal to Everest family to the Kanchenjunga family and then he peaks of Bhutan on the right, its a grand amphitheatre of giant and popular peaks driving you crazy with their presence. The clouds play a cover and uncover game with those, making you lure and loose yourself to the beauty and magic of the Himalayas.

WINTER: ( from December late till February mid ) a short but sharp winter. The dried land after the autumn craves for some wetness and Mother Nature gifts snowfall to cheer up the spirits of the locals, animals, birds and lots of trekkers and tourists who craves to witness the beauty and the cold. Its bit uncertain to get a clear view of the panorama of peaks, but usually the persistent individuals are blessed with good views of the grand panorama of over 26 peaks even in the winters.

Himalayan High is a local organization and our guides and leaders are the best and most knowledgeable about the area. We not just focus on a Safe and Comfortable Trek, but also put lots of effort towards giving insight on cultural and ecological experience by mixing camping, homestays, tea houses, etc. Join our Fixed Departures or request a Private Trek

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  • 4 of Worlds highest 8000 meter peaks -  Mt. Everest, Mt. Kanchenjunga, Mt. Lhotse and Mt. Kanchenjunga
  • Panorama of more than 26 peaks of Bhutan, Sikkim and Nepal. Chomolhari, Narsing, Jupono, Tenchenkhang, Pandim, Simvo, Goecha Peak, Forked Peak, Kanchenjunga, Kumbhakarna, Frey, Rathong, Koktang, South Kabru, North Kabru, 3 sister peaks, Everest, Makalu, Chamling, Chomolonzo, Lhotse, Nuptse, Baruntse, Macchapucchare, etc
  • The famous 'Sleeping Buddha' - The Kanchenjunga family of mountains appears like a big man lying on his back which is reffered to as holy, and called The Sleeping Buddha. 
  • Trek through the rhododendron forest in the Himalayas. Rhododendrons bloom during late March to early July.
  • Birding and animal sight, if lucky.
  • Sandakphu, West Bengal's highest point is famous for the deadly aconite flowers.
  • Sunrise and sunset on snow cladded mountain peaks making them look like golden crowns.
  • Lepcha and Nepali cultural trek. Lepchas are the intrinsic tribes of Darjeeling region.
  • Borderline treks which swings between India and Nepal multiple times. The villages that comes on the way are very beautiful.

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Detailed Itinerary

Day 1From Bagdogra To Maneybhanjyang, Via - Mirik , Sukhiapokhari

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Take on the scenic drive to Maneybhanjyang once you land in Bagdogra or New Jalpaiguri railway station. The route passes by the tourist destination of Mirik and then crosses Sukhiapokhari to bring you to the lovely village of Maneybhanjyang bordering Nepal.

Once you reach Maneybhanjyang, one of our staff receives you and guides you to our homestay. We meet in the evening over light snacks and have a small team introduction, share latest information from the trek, check your preparation, etc.

A quick dinner and then we wish Good Nights

Accommodation: Homestay
Meals: Evening Snacks, Dinner

Photos From The Day:

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Day 2From Maneybhanjyang To Tumling , Via - Chitre, Meghma

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We start the day with fresh air of the mountains and get ready for our first day the Sandakphu Phalut trek. We leave after having breakfast and the trail climbs up steeply to Chitrey, through deep forest. Passing by 2 small openings on the way, we reach a bigger opening marked with few Buddhist Prayer flags and a small chorten. This place is Chitrey.

'Chitra' in Nepali means woven bamboo sheets. This place has a small tea shop, and if we wish, we break for a cup of tea or coffee. After that, we leave for Meghma climbing on to the trek trail and leaving aside the motorable road used by the land rovers. We trek through the rhododendron forests on this route. During spring, this route is covered by colourful rhododendron flowers.

Most of the time, this area remains misty. We cross by the small settlement of Lamadhura and then reach Meghma. 'Meghma' means 'through the clouds' and rightly named so. It has a SSB checkpost where we validate our identities and also has a small Chorten - Buddhist Stupa. We have hot lunch here in one of the local family's house. 

From here, it an easy walk to Tumling with beautiful views of the valleys of Nepal.

Accommodation: Teahouse / Tents
Meals: All Meals

Photos From The Day:

  • the chortens of meghma on sandakphu trek
  • mane stone carvings seen near tumling
  • the villagers of tumling cleaning just digged out potatoes

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Day 3From Tumling To Kalapokhari , Via - Gairibas, Kaiyakatta

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Today we get the first view of The Sleeping Buddha and the magic of the dawn on the high white mountains.

Early morning we wake up and leave for sunrise view. Our heart flies out to the mountains as we see the Sleeping Buddha being lighted up with the early morning rays of the sun. With a panorama of more than 16 peaks, its a grand view to our eyes. Kanchenjunga, the 3rd highest peak of the world dominates them all.

We can also see Mt. Everest from here from a little hidden corner. After satisfying our eyes with the dramatic views of the mountains, we come back for tea and freshen up to get ready for our trek for the day. We leave after breakfast and as soon as we leave, we enter into the Singalila National Park.

Our trek route is beautiful today through the forest offering us a chance to see lots of wild animals while we reach Gairibas, a village in Nepal. We might chose to break for tea and then head to Kayakatta, a 2 KM gently steep climb. We have hot lunch in Kaiyakatta.

From Kayakatta its almost a flat walk of 4 kms to Kalapokhari - 'Black Pond', marked with furling Buddhist prayer flags and a small Chorten. Watch out for wild animals and birds in the entire trek trail today.

Accommodation: Teahouse / Tents
Meals: All Meals

Photos From The Day:

  • kalapokhari or black pond on sandakphu trek
  • a small chorten beside kalapokhari on sandakphu trek
  • local villagers of garibas weaving bamboo sheets

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Day 4From Kalapokhari To Sandakphu, Via - Bikheybhanjyang

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Today, we start bit easy as we have very short distance to cover. Its an easy walk initially before hitting the steeper stretch to Sandakphu for the last 2 kilometers. Keep an eye for Kanchenjunga and Kumbhakarna on your right while walking through the beautiful landscape.

At 3636 meters, this is the highest point of West Bengal and is shared between India and Nepal. From here, you can see more than 20 peaks of Everest and Kanchenjunga range and that of Bhutan.

Sandakphu remains above the clouds most of the time and seeing pictures of dense 'sea of clouds' is not a surprise here. On a clear day, the visibility goes very as far as the plains of Siliguri and the Queen Of The Hills - Darjeeling.

Accommodation: Teahouse / Tents
Meals: All Meals

Photos From The Day:

  • sun shines bright to wish good day
  • towards bikheybhanjyang nearing sandakphu
  • everest makalu and lhotse seen from sandakphu
  • kanchenjunga and kabru group of peaks seen from sandakphu phalut

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Day 5From Sandakphu To Phalut

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Today, yet again we wake up early to witness the aura of the Himalayan Dawn. We climb up a close hill-top to watch the Sunrise lightening up the peaks.

From here, you can see Mt. Everest, Makalu, Lhotse, Nuptse, Chamling, Chomolonzo, Everest Three Sisters, Kanchenjunga family of mountains and other high peaks of Sikkim and Bhutan. Its a breathtaking view from here. Once satisfied with the views, we return to freshen up and get ready for our long, but the most beautiful and easiest trek to Phalut.

On the route to Phakut, the sight of Mt. Everest on our left keeps us motivated throughout the trail. On a clear day, we can see the Annapurna range of mountains including Macchapucchare - the Fish Tail Mountain. The sharp peak of Baruntse looks elegant too!

The trail is further beautified by forests, alpine meadows with yaks and sheep grazing on its grasses, colourful flowers and high snowy peaks of the Nepal Himalayas.

We pass by the SSB camp - the only sign of human civilization on this entire stretch of 21 kilometers. 

The route is flat for most of the time and it takes us about 6 hours to reach Phalut from Sandakphu

Accommodation: Teahouse / Tents
Meals: All Meals

Photos From The Day:

  • beautiful trek route to phalut
  • kanchenjunga family of mountains seen from phalut
  • kumbhakarna seen closely from phalut
  • view of everest makalu and lhotse seen from sandakphu
  • towards phalut from sandakphu

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Day 6From Phalut To Gorkhey, Via - Phalut Sunrise View Point

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Today is the day we watch the mountains up close from the Sunrise View in Phalut. The early morning rays of the sun turns the peaks into a golden mountains glowing with might !! Each of the peaks have their own beauty and presents itself in its own aura to catch your eyes and take away your heart !! We spend enough time to soak in the beauty of the mountains into our Mind, Heart and Soul. The mountains has the power to get you lost into your own world of thoughts as you enjoy seeing it. Though you will never be satisfied with such views of the peaks, and from such a close distance, we will leave once we feel we should for breakfast and then head out for our easy descend to Gorkhey. We leave bit late for our easier trek through beautiful forests to Gorkhey - one of the most beautiful Hamlet you can find in the Himalayas. Its a perfect hamlet with village, villagers, rivers, domestic animals, wild animals, trees, flowers, village kids, lots of birds....  amidst the mountains !!  Our trek will not be complete if we wont spend a relaxing night here. The beauty of the place however will not let you relax though !!  

 

[ Alternate Exit ] If we are exiting through Srikhola, we will push further to Ramam for the night passing by the beautiful village of Samanden. Its a additional 2.5 hours of trek from Gorkhey.

Accommodation: Teahouse / tents
Meals: All Meals

Photos From The Day:

  • peak peek through the clouds
  • the village of gorkhey on sandakphu phalut
  • the village of samanden

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Day 7From Gorkhey To Bagdogra, Via - Bharyang, Jorethang

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It's a very easy day and short day today, but we start very early so that we can reach Gangtok, Darjeeling, Silliguri, Bagdogra or any other places we want to visit by afternoon. In fresh mood, we can finish the walk in just an hour. We board our vehicles to leave for Jorethang from where we can go to any place of our choice. Once we reach Jorethang, we bid goodbyes to each other and wish to meet again sooner!!

 

[ Alternate Exit ] If we are exiting through Srikhola, we will trek to Sepi passing by the bigger settlement of Srikhola. Its about 1.5 hours of trek from Ramam from where we can board our vehicle to take us to Darjeeling/ Bagdogra airport or NJP railway station. 

Accommodation: None
Meals: Breakfast

Photos From The Day:

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Fixed Departure Price
( per head cost)

INR 10800

INR 9,300 | USD 141

5% Government Taxes Extra
GST Number: 19AADCH8833L1Z1

Our Batch Size:
25 - 30  2 - 15

WE OFFER GENEROUS GROUP DISCOUNTS. SO CONTACT US TODAY IF YOU ARE IN A GROUP OF MORE THAN 5 MEMBERS TO CLAIM YOUR SPECIAL PRICE !

What's Included In The Price

  • 7 Days, 6 Nights of Trek from Maneybhanjyang to Bharyang
  • Homestay / Hotel in Maneybhanjyang
  • Teahouse or Camping on treks depending on group size
  • All meals starting Evening Tea in Maneybhanjyang on Day 1 to Breakfast in Gorkhey on Day 7
  • 3 meals (B,L,D) suited for high altitude with evening snacks, soup, hot drinks and extra energizers/juice for summit days
  • Well equipped local support team
  • All camping equipment and safety gears
  • High Altitude Medical Kit
  • Experienced and Well Equipped English/ Hindi Speaking Trek Leader
  • Expert and Knowledgeable local guide with cooks, helpers, etc
  • All forest entry permits and camping fees
  • All required camping gears with Separate Dining and Kitchen Tents and toilet tents for men and women ( if required)

 What's Excluded From The Price

  • Transportation of any kind, from Start or Exit Points.
  • Food purchased outside our fixed menu
  • Anything purchased for self
  • Travel Insurance
  • Personal Baggage Offload ( optional at extra cost, Rs. 5000 for 1 or 2 bags weighing not more than 20 Kgs. )
  • Anything out of the Inclusions list

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Despite awful weather, this trip was great and I'd like to do the hike again so that I can get all the views I missed out on! Our local guide, Ajay, was amazing, and the porters were all lovely. They taught me knife skills in the kitchen that I still use to this day, taught me how to make momos, and sang for us most amusingly on the last night. Absolutely wonderful people.

Leela Levitt, Student, London, UK


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My husband and I were keen to explore a little of the Himalayan mountains and were looking for a trek in Western Bengal. I found the Himalayan High website very helpful with full maps, gear lists, and explanations of each trek they offer. We decided to book the Sandakphu- Phalut trek with our own guide and porter. From the moment we booked and even prior to booking Himalayan High were prompt at answering all our questions which is important when booking from another country. Upon our arrival into Darjeeling we were immediately contacted by HH to check all our details and confirm pick up information. Day one we were met by our Guide and driver and we later collected our porter. Our guide Chayan was so passionate about the mountains, enthusiastic and very knowledgeable about the whole area we were extremely lucky to have him guide us. Our porter was also very much part of our team and had a lot of local knowledge he shared with us. The trek itself was fantastic and we thoroughly enjoyed the whole 6 days. It was magical up at Sandakphu seeing Mt Everest and Mt Lhotse/Mt Makalu and Mt Kanchenjungha (four of the five tallest peaks in the world) appear before our eyes at sunrise. A site we will never forget. I would highly recommend using Himalayan High for any trekking experience. - -- Jane & Keith Redding

Jane Redding, Service, Auckland, New Zealand


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Graduation completed on 2008, got attached with job and then with business, married on 2012, became a happy father on early 2015. Under this circumstances trekking for the first time was quite an enigma for me. But after scrutinizing the Himalayan High trekking itinerary for beginners, I decided for the Sandakhphu Phalut trek on December 2015. Believe me, I am not disappointed, on the other hand was cherished by the character of our trek leader, the lepcha home stays. Its all about to believe in yourself in a new dimension. I still remember the 25th December night in Gorkhey , the best X - mas night I have spend and will be in rest of my life. Trek and believe : "The two most important days in your life are the day you were born, and the day you find out why" - Mark Twain.

Sanat Kumar Mondal, Business, Kolkata


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This was must 2nd Himalayan trek and really enjoyed this one to the fullest. Himalayan high had it planned very well, with accommodation food and other facilities planned perfectly. Also they gave the trek leader enough flexibility to take some decisions on the spot ( like staying at All than at crowded Sandakphu) , which made this trek more custom and unique. Also the trek leader, Titash was a multi talented guy, with a great voice, better fingers on guitar and friendly nature. Surly will ask for him to be the leader for any future trek we take. The whole group of 5 trekkers, leader, guide and porter was very friendly and helpful in every stage of the trek.

Sharath Kamath, Software Engineer, Bengaluru


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We were part of the Sandakphu Phalut Trek for 24th Jan 2016, to start with we received some amazing hospitality right from Day 1 to the last day, the trek was relatively easy and the ease we received was solely from the fact that it was organised so well. Our guide Jhon was like a father figure to us taking care of all the small things we never expected. Waiting to plan my next trek with Himalayan High again and this time want to trek with organising mind Suman. You are doing an amazing job! All the best!

Debarati Dutta, IT Professional, Kolkata


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We were part of the Sandakphu Phalut Trek for 24th Jan 2016, to start with we received some amazing hospitality right from Day 1 to the last day, the trek was relatively easy and the ease we received was solely from the fact that it was organised so well. Our guide Jhon was like a father figure to us taking care of all the small things we never expected. Waiting to plan my next trek with Himalayan High again and this time want to trek with organising mind Suman. You are doing an amazing job! All the best!

Debarati Dutta, IT Professional, Kolkata


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I had been to Sandakphu-Phalut trek with Himalayan High.It was my first Himalayan trek.It was a very beautiful trek!!! We Could see all the peaks. Go in dec-jan time. The trek was very well organised and the helpers and the guide were very friendly and were very familiar with the places,routes and the surrounding peaks. Cheers to Himalayan high :D One thing I really liked about the trek is that we had a small group of 5 people. I personally feel small groups are good for trekking instead of 20+ people. All 5 of us had a really good fun and we still stay in touch with each other. I made new friends in this trek :)

Naresh Kumar Gunjalli, Software Engineer, Bangalore


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A very professionally conducted and extremely informative trek. The competence and leadership qualities of Trek leader and guide surpass all expectations. Going on a trek like this made us realize the charisma and unsurpassed beauty of the Himalayas, far from the Hullabaloo of the city. Returned a quite different person. Kudos to team Himalayan High for their initiatives and good work. Looking forward to more such escapades in d future.

Kaushik Mazumder, Indian Navy, Vishakapatnam


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