Kanchenjunga Falls:Another waterfall was waiting to welcome us with its mesmerizing scene. We were drifted away by its beauty. It was so cold there and we have gone all wet by its stream water, and it was so freezing that I wasn’t able to hold my camera on my own. ????Many people fooled themselves by the roadside waterfall, thinking it to be Kanchenjunga waterfall. But the actual waterfall is in the upstairs and you need to purchase a ticket (Rs.20 per person) to visit that.
4) Kanchenjunga Falls It is the Biggest waterfall in Pelling. You can have Momos, Wye Wye noodles, Fried Rice , and some other fastfood items here. Also you can have packed snacks, choclates and other items. Local Traditional wearable jewelry and costumes available here for women to take photographs.Entry Fee - 20/- per person.
Kanchenjunga Falls: Half an hour's drive (25 kms) from Pelling, Kanchenjunga falls is a perennial waterfall that is one of the major tourist attractions in the region. Gushing through wooded hills, it is an uninterrupted torrent of glacial melt plummeting from a high cliff creating a deep plunge pool. The deafening roar adds more awe to the already dramatic environment. It is believed that the pristine waterfall originates high up in the glaciers of Mount Kanchenjunga.