Kanchenjunga Falls

Sikkim, India - 737113
Type: Waterfalls
  • Sanjit Kumar Bardhan
    Sanjit Kumar Bardhan
  • Sanjit Kumar Bardhan
    Sanjit Kumar Bardhan
  • Pranshu Gupta
    Pranshu Gupta

Kanchenjunga Falls, named after the majestic Kanchenjunga mountain range, is a spectacular natural attraction nestled in the lush forests of the Indian state of Sikkim. Located near Pelling, a popular tourist destination known for its breathtaking landscapes and serene ambiance, Kanchenjunga Falls is a must-visit destination for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts.

The waterfall cascades down from a height of approximately 100 feet (30 meters), creating a mesmerizing display of cascading water against the backdrop of verdant greenery and rugged cliffs. Visitors can reach the falls by embarking on a short trek through the forest, following well-marked trails that lead to scenic viewpoints overlooking the waterfall.

The beauty of Kanchenjunga Falls is further enhanced by the surrounding wilderness, with dense forests teeming with diverse flora and fauna. Birdwatchers may spot a variety of avian species amidst the canopy, adding to the enchanting ambiance of the area.

The best time to visit Kanchenjunga Falls is during the monsoon season, from June to September, when the waterfall is at its fullest and most majestic. However, visitors should exercise caution and check weather conditions before embarking on their journey, as heavy rainfall may lead to slippery trails and difficult terrain.

Whether seeking adventure, tranquility or simply a glimpse of nature's splendor, a visit to Kanchenjunga Falls promises an unforgettable experience amidst the pristine beauty of Sikkim's wilderness.

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