Tsomgo Lake, also known as Changu Lake, is a Sikkim glacial lake at an elevation of 12,310 feet. Tsomgo is a name that meaning 'water source.' It's around 40 kilometres from Gangtok. This is one of India's uncommon and magnificent high-altitude lakes. The reflections of the neighbouring hills on the water make the lake even more appealing. A yak ride will allow you to appreciate the natural beauty of the area. Baba Mandir is a beautiful shrine dedicated to Baba Harbhajan Singh. He was a soldier and folk hero who was later canonised as a saint. This shrine, located 56 kilometres from Gangtok, is surrounded by breathtaking natural splendour. Tsomgo Lake and Baba Mandir are 16.3 kilometres apart and take 30 minutes to drive between them. Learn the facts and legends of the Temple and the Indian Soldiers.
Day 1 Bagdogra to Siliguri
Day 2 Siliguri to Gangtok.
Day 3 Gangtok sightseeing.
Day 4 Gangtok to Tshangu Lake - Baba Mandir
Gnathang valley - Zuluk - Phadamchen drop.
Day 5 Phadamchen to Aritar via Mankhim
Day 6: Aritar to Namchi.
Day 7 Namchi to Pelling.
Day 8 Pelling sightseeing
Day 9 Pelling to Bagdogra Airport.
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