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    It’s time to add one more place to your bucket list. India opens its first skywalk at Pelling in Sikkim. The Pelling Skywalk is a transparent structure made of glass. It is located adjacent to the giant Chenrezig statue. “Chenrezig” is a manifestation of all the Buddha’s compassion. His name means “One Who Looks with an Unwavering Eye”. Around 2.5 kilometers from Pelling located at a height of 7,200 feet above sea level, the Pelling Skywalk is surrounded by the snow crown Himalayas and overlooks the beautiful 137 feet tall statue of Chenrezig and the stairs that lead up to it, with golden prayer wheels on both sides. From the skywalk, Tourists will have the capacity to get a scenic view of the valley underneath, including the winding Teesta and the Rangit, aside from the Kanchenjunga.

    The Pelling skywalk has become a major hub of tourists owing to the odd mixture of thrill and peace that it has to offer. Several attractions can be viewed from over the bridge including lush forests, monasteries, and waterfalls. This huge structure allows tourists to look down several thousand feet in the air, from the peak to the very bottom of mountains. The Glass Skywalk is not for easily scared, or for people with dizziness as walking on transparent glass at such heights can be blood-curdling.

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    BEST TIME TO VISIT

    The ideal time to visit Glass Skywalk in Pelling is from February to July. The weather is best for traveling and the sky is fog-free, which prevents obscurity of the enthralling views around. The atmosphere is quite beneficial to visit the place. Also, make sure you book your stay in advance to avoid last-minute hassles.

    HOW TO REACH?

    To reach Pelling Skywalk there are a few easy ways. The first is, reaching Geyzing, which is the largest town in the district, and booking a cab to Pelling. This takes about 6hours. The second is, through Siliguri, from where the tourist can charter private vehicles and reach Pelling in about 4hours.

    SKYWALK TIMINGS

    The opening hours of Pelling Skywalk is from 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

    ENTRY FEE

    Indian Citizens – 20 INR Foreigners – 50 INR Even though being India’s first glass skywalk, the entry fee is affordable and reasonable for the people. Agreed?

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    The ideal time is February to July.

    The altitude is 7200 feet.

    No, you do not need to book in advance to visit Sky Walk Pelling

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    Manas Mahipal

        

    Mumbai, Maharashtra

    We availed services from NatureWings for our Sikkim Darjeeling Tour last month December 12, 2019. We had a great time and our itinerary was smoothly and efficiently managed without any hiccups. Special mention for Indrajit and Arpan who catered to our grievances immediately. The hotels were good and booked in some of the top localities across Sikkim and Darjeeling with good accessibility and all the transport facilities and vehicles were excellent. We would specially like to mention our driver in Darjeeling Mr. Pritam for his outstanding service and punctuality. Overall we found the package to be a little expensive since we had to pay separately for Nathula and zero point (total of Rs 6500 for both since it was subject to availability of vehicle permit) and an additional Rs 1200 for a halt at Buddha Park in Ravangla. I would like to give a minor suggestion to the team to include major tourist points that fall on the way for eg. in our case Chardham at Namchi and Buddha Park at Ravangla fell on our way to Pelling from Gangtok.

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