Dubdi Monastery:Dubdi Monastery, also known as ‘Yuksom Monastery’, is about 3 km away from Yuksom. We had our car with us, our driver drove us approx. 2.7 km and the road was very craggy and dangerous also. Then we walked in the steep road roughly 350-380 meters on our own to reach the monastery. The roads are for trekking purpose only.
DAY 15: YUKSOM AND BACKIts time to go back to my home. My cab timing was 1030 hrs. So I decided to visit Dubdi Monastery. The monastery was founded by Lhatsun Chenpo in 1697. One of my trekmate Mr. Rahul too joined me. We trekked all the way to reach Dubdi Monastery.The renovation work was under progress. The background of the monastery was lush green forest with water fall and snow covered peak at far. Recollecting the trek memories and Sikkim culture, myself and Rahul returned back to our guest house. Our cab has arrived and its the time to say goodbye to Sikkim. Watching the lush green forest , waterfall in it and feeling the silence around it, an unwilling good-bye came from my mouth and a great thank you from my heart for their wonderful hospitality. I started the journey towards my city life. http://www.shimzz.blogspot.in/2014/03/sikkim-tour-2733n-8862e.html