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Make your Sikkim trip memorable by opting for Sikkim holiday packages from Thrillophilia. Thrillophilia offers a plethora of Sikkim trip packages that can be customized to make the tour suitable for travellers of every age group from Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, or Bangalore. Explore around 50 Sikkim tour packages from Thrillophilia that have been hand-curated by our destination experts to make your vacation memorable. 

Thrillophilia’s North East tour packages not only include sightseeing options but also have accommodation, meals, and transfers as a part of the package. It also includes a tour guide who will take you to the star attractions of the state such as the capital city Gangtok, Tsomgo Lake, Nathula Pass, Gurudongmar Lake, Buddha Park, and Yumtham Valley of Flowers

Thrillophilia ensures that the Sikkim travel package that you have opted for, is your best experience, by providing on-ground assistance and also 24x7 customer service support to answer your queries regarding the package. While you focus on enjoying your vacation, team Thrillophilia will work seamlessly behind the scenes to make your tour smooth and hassle-free.

Another advantage that you can avail when opting for one of the Sikkim packages from Thrillophilia is the option of customising the package. You can include your accommodation or meal preference, include some off-beat destinations in sightseeing or include some exciting activities. Thrillophilia has a wide network of trusted operators who can offer diverse experiences that you can include in your package. A few such experiences include a Yak Ride, a Gondola Ride, Hand gliding, Paragliding and cycling along the Silk Route. You can even opt to include a river rafting experience along the 2, 3 and 4 rapids of Thrillophilia as a part of your package. Another amazing experience that our local tour operators can help you with is a trekking adventure to the various Himalayan peaks such as Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek or the Yukon-Dzongri Trek.

The Sikkim tour package from Thrillophilia comes with options of 3 to 9 days duration. So, book the north Sikkim tour packages that you think will suit you the most and leave the rest of the arrangements to us. We will not only plan everything for you to give you your best holiday, but we will also be available for assistance on the package throughout your holiday. 

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Best Time to Visit Sikkim:

1. Peak Season: If you are planning to visit Sikkim when it is in its full glory, visit in its summer months from mid-March to June. Sikkim comes alive during these months with very pleasant weather, ideal for exploring enchanting landscapes and indulging in adventurous activities. During the high season, the weather is pleasantly warm, making it suitable for hiking in the mountains and strolling through picturesque valleys. A few places that you can visit in summer are Khecheopalri, Buddha Park of Ravangla, Bakthang Waterfall, Goecha La, Yumthang Valley of Flowers, Nathu La Pass and Lake Tsomgo.

2. Shoulder Season: Sikkim has a snowy winter that lasts from October till mid-March, during which, the weather is cold and tourist footfalls are somewhat lesser than summer. But those travelling to Sikkim in the winter months are rewarded with the spectacular view of roads and mountains draped in snow. Winter is also a good time to indulge in snowboarding and skiing. Some of the places popular as winter getaways are Tsomgo Lake, Rumtek Monastery, Gurudongmar Lake, Pemayangtse Monastery, Do-Drul Chorten and Yumthang. 

3. Waning Season: The waning season in Sikkim starts from July to September when heavy showers of rain bring freshness to the lush greenery covering the mountains. Those tourists visiting the state during this season are in for a unique experience of witnessing the lush natural beauty of Sikkim. Monsoon turns Sikkim into a paradise with cascading falls, lush green mountains and the earthy aroma of fresh rain-washed surroundings. Nature lovers and photography enthusiasts would love visiting places such as Khecheopalri Lake, Rabdentse Palace Ruins, Darap Village, Enchey Monastery, Yuksom and Khangchendzonga National Park.

How to Reach Sikkim:

1. By Air: Sikkim has only one airport, Pakyong Airport, which is located 26.9 km from Gangtok. You can reach Gangtok from Pakyong Airport in about an hour. Pakyoung is one of the five highest airports in India and is situated at an altitude of 4590 ft. The airport receives flights from Delhi, Kolkata and Guwahati every day. You can fly by Indigo, Air India, Air Asia, Vistara and Spice jet to reach this airport. Pakyoung does not receive any international flights. There is another airport that is closer to Gangtok, Bagdogra Airport, which is 121 km away from the town. The airport receives flights from several cities in India as well as from neighbouring countries such as Bhutan. 

2. By Road:

Bus: Sikkim Nationalised Transport (SNT) are Sikkim government buses that ply between Siliguri and Gangtok. The route from Siliguri, Bagdogra, and New Jalpaiguri meets at Sevoke Road and proceeds by National Highway NH10 through a scenic route with the beautiful Teesta River flowing alongside and mountains surrounding all over. 

Taxi: You can also avail of private or pre-paid taxis both from New Jalpaiguri Junction railway station and Bagdogra Airport which will take you to Sikkim along the same route. 

Shared Jeeps: Shared Jeeps are also available at both the railway station and airport and usually take about 10 people at a per-person rate. 

3. By Rail: Sikkim does not have its railroad or station as yet, but those travelling by train can easily reach the nearby railway stations at Siliguri, located 146 km away and New Jalpaiguri (NJP), located 187 km away. There are many trains connecting the Siliguri and New Jalpaiguri stations with Kolkata, Guwahati, Mumbai and Delhi. Once you get down at either of the stations, you can avail of pre-paid taxis, shared jeeps and cabs for Gangtok easily. Some of the trains that operate at these stations include Darjeeling Mail, Testa Torsa Exp, DBRT Rajdhani Express, Brahmaputra Mail, Karambhoomi, and Avadh Assam Express.

Places to Visit on Sikkim Trip:

Sikkim is home to a lot of beautiful places, some mesmerizing and some extremely picturesque. Here are some of the best places to visit in Sikkim:

1. Tsomgo Lake

Tsomgo Lake, which is also known as Tsomgo Lake or Changu Lake, is a glacial lake located in East Sikkim. If you visit the lake during the winter months, you will see the lake frozen. During summer, you will find the periphery of the lake covered with blooms of rhododendrons along with blue and yellow poppies, primulas, irises and others. You will also be able to witness birds such as Brahminy ducks and also spot red pandas. Some fun activities as a part of your north Sikkim tour package in Tsomgo are joyrides on decorated mules and yaks.

2. Nathula Pass

Nathu La is a mountain pass in the Himalayan peaks that co-joins Sikkim with China and is located in the Himalayan peaks at a height of 14450 feet on the Indo-Tibetian border. Nathu La is one of the highest motorable roads in the road and you can include a visit to the place in your Sikkim tour package from Wednesday to Sunday. At Nathu la, you will be able to indulge in Yak safari and witness the border gates of India and China. You will also be able to visit the war memorial, Exhibition Centre of the Indian Army and Mt Chomolhari.

3. Gurudongmar Lake

Located at an elevation of 17000 feet, Gurudongmar Lake is a stunning lake that sits in proximity to the Tibetan and Chinese border in the north. The freezing alpine lake takes its name after guru Padmasambhava and is the major source of water for river Teesta. The place is considered to be sacred by 3 religions - Hindus, Sikhs and Buddhists and lies on the North side of the Khang Chengyao Range. Visit the place as a part of your Sikkim tour package to admire the view of the lake and look out for yaks and blue sheep that inhabit the place. 

4. MG Marg

Located in the heart of Gangtok is its most happening place, MG Marg, a place where you can spend some time if you wish to indulge in shopping. The 1 km stretch of road is a pedestrian-only zone and has buildings on both sides of the road and various shops selling woollens and other local items. The bustling Marg also has several eateries where you can grab a bite. The boulevard square also has benches where you can sit and enjoy a glimpse into the local life. Those opting for a December Sikkim tour packages can witness the Gangtok Food and Culture Festival.

5. Yumesamdong

Visit Yumesamdong, an untouched valley of Sikkim on the Lachung River about 15 km away from Yumthang. Located at an altitude of, 4724 m in the North East of the State, Yumthang is also known as the Zero Point and consists of snow-covered landscapes. You will need to take an Inner Line Permit to visit the place as a part of your Sikkim tour package as it is very near to the Chinese border. Once you reach there, you will be awe-struck looking at the spectacular view of the snow-capped mountains and ice-fed valley of Yumesamdong. 

6. Buddha Park

A popular attraction of Ravangla which you must visit is the Buddha Park, popularly known as Tathagata Tsal, located within the religious complex of the Rabong Gompa (Monastery). Feel awe-struck looking at the 130-foot (40 m) tall Shakyamuni Buddha Statue lying as the centrepiece of this beautiful park. The statue was consecrated on 25 March 2013 by the 14th Dalai Lama to mark the 2550th birth anniversary of Gautama Buddha. The park has several prayers that you can take part in to attain nirvana and spiritual enlightenment. You can also opt to use the meditation facilities available within the complex.

7. Yumthang Valley of Flowers

Feel enchanted while visiting Yumthang Valley of Flowers spread over 34 square km and covered with a variety of Rhododendrons along with other flowers such as iris, poppies, geraniums, primulas, and many others. The Yumthang Valley of Flowers is the second such valley in India and is also the home to the Shingba Rhododendron Sanctuary, a natural reserve with more than 21 types of Rhododendrons. You will also be able to spot crab apples and strawberries growing along slopes while you visit as a part of your Sikkim package. Completing the charming picture are yaks and cattle grazing in the pastures.

8. Goechala

If you are looking for some adventure, you can embark on a trekking and hiking experience and head towards Goechala. Goechala is a high pass which is located at an altitude of 16,207 ft in the Himalayas in Sikkim and serves as a base camp for trekking routes to higher altitudes through the beautiful Kanchenjunga National Park. If trekking is not what you are looking for, you can still visit this place and enjoy the spectacular views of Mt. Kanchenjunga. Goechala is also known for being an excellent location for watching the sun rising over the Mt. Kanchenjunga range.

9. Singalila National Park

Bordered on the north by the state of Sikkim is the popular tourist location, Singalila National Park, a haven for nature lovers, wildlife photographers and adventure enthusiasts. Pay a visit to this park to enjoy an incandescent view of Kanchenjunga Massif or take a safari tour and delight in spotting animals such as Himalayan Black Bear, Clouded Leopard, Yellow throat-ed Marten and the rare and exotic Red Panda. You will also be able to spot several varieties of Himalayan and Indo-Burma birds during your safari tour. Singalila National Park is also the gateway for those planning a trek to Sandakphu And Phalut.

10. Rumtek Monastery

Known as an island of peace,AAmid fluttering prayer flags, Rumtek monastery is a serene space where Buddhist peace pervades. The place is incredible, not to mention the fact that it features a great natural atmosphere and offers quietness which should be more than enough for any wantaway vacationer, also individuals are always eager to immerse themselves in the local culture or simply bask in the embracing arms of the Himalayas.

Things to Do on Sikkim Tour:

Sikkim is a paradise for tourists who come to spend a few days among snow-clad mountains enjoying adventure and discovery. Here are some of the best things to do in Sikkim:

1. Yak Ride: Yak Ride is a popular activity in Sikkim and you can enjoy this exhilarating ride as a part of your Sikkim trip packages. Yaks are wild ox with humped shoulders, shaggy hair and large horns and are found in Nepal, North-east India and the Tibetan region. The popular destinations for this ride are the Changu Lake and the Nathu La pass. At Changu, you can enjoy riding this peaceful animal, decorated with colourful strings, woollens and bells. At Nathu La, you can indulge in a Yak Safari to take you to the border gates between India and China.

2. Rafting in Teesta River: Those with adventurous spirits can indulge in a rafting experience in the river Teesta, the lifeline of Sikkim. Teesa, is one of the best spots for indulging in a rafting experience, owing to its great rapids. However, the ferocious gushing river is only suitable for a rafting experience for those who are experienced. Raft through the 2, 3 and 4 rapids of this mountain river anytime between early morning to afternoon as a part of your north Sikkim tour package and enjoy an adrenaline rush as you brave the waters of Teesta.

3. Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek: If you have a craving for mountain trekking, Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek is one of the best choices which is challenging and also rewarding, owing to the breathtaking views. Your journey to the Kanchenjunga base camp will start from Yuksom and take you through Bakhim, Dzongri, Laxmi Pokhari, Bikhbari Chaurikhang and Rathong Glacier, and Bikhbari before ending at Bakkhim. Once at the summit, you will also be able to view the magnificent Mt Khangchendzonga (8,586 m), Mt Pandim (6,691 m), Mt Kokthang (6,148 m), and several other peaks in the region.

4. Paragliding in Gangtok: Fly like a bird while enjoying a paragliding experience in Gangtok by indulging in tandem gliding in two different forms - medium fly and high fly. You can opt for a medium flight, to take off from Baliman Dara and fly at an altitude of 1,300 to 1,400 metres for 5 to 10 minutes and enjoy a view of Gangtok. You can also fly from Bulbuley Dara and fly for 20 to 30 minutes at an altitude of 2200 metres, enjoying the spectacular view of the Kanchenjunga ranges its snow-covered peaks, and Tashi Point.

5. Ropeway in Gangtok: Listed amongst the must-try activities of your Sikkim package is a ride on a ropeway in Gangtok. Known as a Gondola Ride, this thrilling ride will let you view the city of Gangtok from a different perspective, from the air. During the ride in the cable car hanging from a rope, you will also be able to admire the views of the deep valleys and majestic mountains. Just take a place beside the window and feel mesmerised, watching the view of the lush green valley surrounding mountains from a height.

6. Cycling on the Silk Route: Feel closer to nature as you embark on a cycling expedition along the Silk Route. The 900 km silk route once connected Lhasa to the port of Tamluk in West Bengal. The route is known for its high altitude and difficult terrain, and you can cycle on any part of this route and enjoy passing offbeat locations while breathing in the fresh air of the mountains. A popular route you may opt for is a 160 km section of the Silk Route that starts in Gangtok and goes up to Aritar via Nathula.

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7. Trek to Dzongri: If you want to enjoy a brief trekking experience, you can opt for the 5-day-long Yuksom-Dzongri Trek. This trekking experience will start from Yuksam and pass through scenic landscapes to reach Dzongri La, a viewpoint to witness a view of the spectacular mountains along its towering peaks. A few highlights which you will be able to view during this journey and the viewpoint are - 3rd highest mountain in the world, Mt. Khangchendzonga (8585 metres), Mt. Kumbhakarna (Janoo) (7710 metres), Mt. Kabru north (7338 metres), Mt. Kabru south (7317 metres), and many others.

8. Hand gliding in Yumthang: Hand gliding is a popular activity in Sikkim, which you will be able to enjoy in Yumthang. Sikkim is well known for its vista of spectacular Himalayan range and alpine forests, and the hand gliding experience will allow you to witness one of the best views of both. Take the help of an experienced pilot and glide over 12000 ft above the mountainous Yumthang valley of Sikkim and enjoy a bird’s eye view of the meandering river stream, the lush valley, and the rugged terrain of Sikkim.

9. Leisure Time Amongst Locals of Lachen: Learn the culture and lifestyle of the locals of Sikkims by visiting them at Lachen as a part of your Sikkim tour package. The locals of Lachen are friendly people with commendable hospitality. You can spend some time with them, to learn about them, and their culture. You can also opt to share a mouthwatering traditional meal with them, which they will happily cook for you. Furthermore, you can even ask them for the recipe of some dishes if you like them and want to try them out at your end.

10. Visit Khecheopalri Lake: Located near Khecheopalri village, 147 kilometres (91 mi) west of Gangtok in the West Sikkim district, is the Khecheopalri Lake, originally known as Kha-Chot-Palri. The lake is believed to be a wish-fulfilling one and is considered sacred for both Hindus and Buddhists. Visit this lake located amid a lush forest at an altitude of 1700 metres as a part of your Sikkim tour packages. Admire the unique shape of the lake, which is like a foot.

Things to Eat in Sikkim:

1. Momo: The ultimate favourite Tibetan delicacy which has been known to be a part of Himalayan cuisine and is found in both hills and plains is Momo. The delicious snack, a dumpling made out of flour dough with a filling inside, is found in places like Namchi and you can try these in both vegetarian and nonvegetarian varieties.

2. Thukpa: Another Tibetan dish that is very popular in Sikkim is the Thukpa. A flavourful dish is a form of noodle soup that originated from the eastern parts of Tibet and has garlic, green chillies, and chopped onions, along with a dash of tang and species. You can taste both vegetarian and non-vegetarian versions of this dish.

3. Phagshapa: Phagshapa is a non-vegetarian item which is a part of the Sikkimese cuisine. The main ingredient is pork fat, which is accompanied by red chillies and radishes. The mouthwatering dish has no oil and has vegetables and protein, making it a healthy food choice. 

4. Dal Bhaat: Dal Bhaat is the traditional staple food of Sikkim and is a platter consisting of boiled rice and lentil soup. Ideal for a light meal, Dal Bhaat is a simple food that will satiate your hunger and will give you a comfortable meal. 

5. Sel Roti: Another Sikkimese dish that you can try is a Sael Roti, a fried bread that is mostly served along with Potato Curry. The deep-fried roti, which is made out of rice, has its origin in Tibet and Nepal and is a local favourite in Sikkim. 

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How much does a Sikkim trip cost?

A 3-day north Sikkim tour package will cost you around Rs.12500 per person. However, this cost may differ, depending on various factors. Before preparing your trip budget, you will have to consider several factors. These include the duration of the trip, number of people travelling, accommodation choice, places you want to cover, type of transfer and local sightseeing.

How many days are required for a Sikkim tour?

You will be able to cover the major highlights of Sikkim by going on a 5-day-long Sikkim tour package. In 5 days, you will be able to visit the picturesque villages of Lachen and Lachung and witness the pristine beauty of Gurudongmar Lake as well as the Yumthang Valley. You can begin your round trip journey from Gangtok, including places like Tsongu and Nathula Pass and others and return to Gangtok. 

How do I plan north Sikkim tour?

You can start the Sikkim tours by booking tickets to either Pakyong Airport of Sikkim, Bagdogra Airport or New Jalpaiguri Railway station to begin at first. From arrival location, you can make a preference of the attractions like Tsomgo Lake, Baba Mandir, Lachen, Gurudongmar Lake, Lachung, Yumthang Valley etc. in an order. These destinations are linked by various scenic views and catchy places en route. You can plan the visit on your own or ask us to assist you with the best of the offers.

What is Sikkim so famous for?

Sikkim is famous for its natural beauty of glaciers, majestic Himalayan range and lush valleys. The state is also known for its religious mysticism, rich culture and mouth-watering cuisines. You can taste some of their dishes such as momos, Thukpa, and Gundruk. A few major attractions that have been popular in the state are Gangtok, Tsomgo Lake, Nathula Pass, Lachen, Lachun and Yumthang Valley.

Is Sikkim safe for tourists?

Yes, Sikkim is one of the safest places to travel in India. However, while travelling, you need to always be mindful of your surroundings, especially when travelling in unfamiliar and potentially more dangerous areas and also at night.

What can you see in Sikkim in 4 days?

If you opt for a 4-day Sikkim travel package, you will be able to cover all popular attractions of Gangtok along with Tshangu Lake, Nathula Pass and Baba Mandir. A few places you can cover in Gangtok are - Tashi Viewpoint, Hanuman Tok, Ganesh Tok, Banjhakri Falls, Bakthang WaterFalls, Ropeway, Do-Drul Chorten and Namgyal Institute of Tibetology. You can also include in your package, a trip to Lachen along with Gurudongmar Lake. Other popular destinations which are popular for a 4-day trip are Lachung, Yumthang and Zero Point.

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Can we see snow in Sikkim?

Yes, you can see snow in Sikkim if you visit the state during winter. You can travel between November and March and find snowfall. This is the time when the high-altitude areas of this northeast mountainous state are draped in snow.

How to plan a Sikkim tour from India?

You may browse through the various Sikkim trip packages to plan a tour of this beautiful northeastern state of India. To plan a trip to Sikkim, you have to first decide on the places in Sikkim that you would like to cover. Next, you have to decide on the number of days required to cover those places. Thrillophilia packages will help you with various options of accommodation, transfers, meals, sightseeing and a guide. You will simply need to browse through these options and select the options that you want. Once you have selected the package which is perfect for you, complete the booking and be ready to start your trip.

What is the best time to visit North Sikkim?

It is best to visit North Sikkim in the months of March to June in the shade of pleasant weather. And if snowfall with low temperatures is your preferences, choose January and February for the visit.

Do Indian Nationals require permits to visit Sikkim?

If you’re visiting the Southern part of Sikkim, then you will not need any permit for Sikkim Tours. But if you’re visiting the protected areas such as Gurudongmar Lake and Nathula, you will need a Protected Area Permit(PAP).

Can we visit Sikkim in December?

Why not? In fact, Winters in Sikkim are pretty beautiful. Make sure you are packed with appropriate clothing and aware of the news regarding any natural disaster that could occur like landslides or heavy snowfall.

Which part of Sikkim is best?

We would say, Sikkim is best as a whole but places like Gangtok, Pelling, NathuLa pass, Lachung, Lachen, Ravangla, Yuksom and Yumthang valley are one the best parts of Sikkim and must visit places on Sikkim tours. The unmatched sight of Kanchenjunga, curvy roads and abode of heavenly clouds would make your route interesting with every passing moment.

What are some must-visit historical places in Sikkim?

There are many historical places in Sikkim whose history dates back to thousands of years. You can visit places such as Rumtek Monastery, Pemayangtse Monastery, Kirateshwar Mahadev Mandir, Rabdentse Ruins, Namchi, Dubdi Monastery and Yuksom.

Why is Zero Point and is it worth visiting in Sikkim?

Zero Point, locally called Yume Samdong is situated at an altitude as high as 15300 feet above sea level. This point at the confluence of three rivers amidst a panoramic view of snow-capped mountains is the last civil outpost of Sikkim. Being a dead end, with no civilian roads beyond this point, gives it the name 'Zero Point'.

Yes, a visit to the Zero Point is worth visiting while on a Sikkim tour. At Zero Point, you will be able to witness the spectacular confluence of three rivers, surrounded by snow-clad mountains, and enjoy the breathtaking scenic views. The journey to the Zero Point is also very scenic with views of pristine mountains.

Which language is spoken in Sikkim?

Sikkim is a multilingual state, and a number of people of different ethnicities reside here in peace and harmony. The top four languages spoken here are Nepali, Lepcha, Sikkimese and English

Which are the famous monasteries to visit in Sikkim?

Monasteries are an integral part of Sikkim and any tourist who visits these places feel the peace and get connected to the all-powerful in Sikkim, as the holy words mix with the buzzing prayer wheels. The devoted monks wearing red robes are chanting the revered hymns and the pounding of the trumpets and drums make the calm lights of the flamboyant lamps sparkle before the royal statues of Guru Padmasambhava at its elated monasteries. In Sikkim there are approximately 205 monasteries but some of the chief monasteries are-

  • Rumtek Monastery
  • Pemayangtse Monastery
  • Phodong Monastery
  • Dubdi Monastery
  • Phensang Monastery
  • Ralang Monastery
  • Sanga Choeling Monastery
  • Simik Monastery
  • Lachen Monastery
  • Lingdum Monastery
  • Labrang Monastery
  • Namchi Monastery and several others

Which are the top attractions for a sightseeing tour of Sikkim?

To make Sikkim a wonderful discovery, some of the must-see destinations in Sikkim are-

  • Gangtok- Is a visit destination and is kaleidoscopic for tourists.
  • Yuksom-From here several treks begin that take you to the Himalayas and miraculous Kanchenjunga.
  • Tsomgo Lake is just 38km from the capital of Sikkim and is found at an altitude of 12,400ft and is the highest lake in India.
  • Nathu La is among the highest motorable passes in the world and links Sikkim with Tibet.
  • Pelling is a beautiful Himalayan range.
  • Lachung- It is a popular snow destination in Sikkim and is known for its undamaged and surreal beauty
  • Ravangla is a picturesque small town between Gangtok and Pelling
  • Rumtek Monastery– It is one of the most ancient monasteries in the state.
  • Namchi- It is another wonderful Sikkimese city.
  • Do Drul Chorten-It is the largest stupa in Sikkim.

Where can I enjoy the famous ropeway tours in Sikkim?

  • Ropeway tours in Sikkim are another major that attracts lot of tourists from different parts of the world. If you are in Gangtok you should visit ropeways cable car located at Deorali market
  • Gangtok Ropeway - Great Cable Car Ride.

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