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Silk Route 4 Nights & 5 Days



The trade was that of an open market. Most of the trade especially from Nathula was done on the basis of cash transactions where as the trade from Jelep La was mostly done on the basis of barter, even to the later days. The preferred currency for trade was the Indian currency but later on in the post 1950s the Chinese doller called dyang gained prominence. It was a pure silver coin.

The trade exports of India then were that of ghee, suger, tinned goods, hardware, moter parts, mechanical items, construction meterials, editible oils, lether goods (especially shoes), western watches (Rolex-Black dials) etc. The Indian imports were that of raw wool, Chinese silk and Chinese dollar.

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Day 1

On arrival at NJP Railway Station/Bagdogra Meet & greet and drive to Aritar. Enjoy Lampokhri Lake, Helipad. Put up at your accommodation. Enjoy Snow Peak view in a clear day. Stay overnight at Aritar

Day 2

After Breakfast drive to Agamlok a Sherpa Village famous for its Scenic beauty. Put up at your accommodation. Post lunch session takes a hike towards Sunset View Point. Stay overnight at Agamlok.

Day 3

After Breakfast enjoy the beauty of KueKhola Falls, Zig Zag Road, and return to Stay overnight at Agamlok.

Day 4

Early in the morning take a hike to Agamlok Monastery and after Breakfast drive to Rolep visit - Buddha Water Falls a river side hamlet at East Sikkim.Stay overnight at Rolep.

Day 5

After Breakfast drive to NJP Railway Station/Bagdogra with a sweet memory of Silk Route.