Foodies, Festivals, & Feedback

We hope you’re not too hungry, because our first Members’ Corner is about to make your mouth water with some tasty Sikkimese cuisine. Staying in India, we catch up with the teams in Goa after their vibrant São João celebrations. Plus, we hear from our valued Members on their recent Karma-verse adventures, with the latest Holiday Testimonials!

Taste the Himalayas

Welcome to Martam, a picturesque village nestled in the heart of East Sikkim, where not only nature’s beauty enchants but also a vibrant foodie culture awaits! Sikkim, a small Himalayan state in India, offers a unique blend of flavours and ingredients that make its cuisine truly remarkable…

Join us on a five-stop culinary journey through Martam as we explore the delightful Sikkimese cuisine and the gastronomic wonders it has to offer!

  • Breakfast: A Healthy Start with Thukpa and Churpi – A day in Martam is often started with a warm and comforting bowl of Thukpa, a traditional Sikkimese noodle soup. This hearty dish, packed with vegetables, meat, or tofu, will energise you for the day ahead.
  • Lunch: Exploring Sikkimese Thali – For a wholesome and authentic Sikkimese meal, opt for a traditional Thali. This platter usually includes steamed rice, dal (lentil soup), a variety of vegetable dishes, gundruk (fermented leafy greens), and pickles.
  • Tea Break: Savouring Sikkim’s Tea Culture – Sikkim is renowned for its tea production, and a tea break is a must during your visit to Martam. Sample the famous Temi Tea, grown in the lush tea gardens of Sikkim.
  • Dinner: Indulging in Gya-Thuk and Gundruk Khursani – For dinner, delve into the flavours of Gya-Thuk, a hearty Sikkimese noodle dish. Made with handmade flat noodles, meat (usually beef or pork), and vegetables, this dish is a local favourite.
  • Sweet Endings: Trying Sel Roti and Chhang – Finish your culinary journey on a sweet note with Sel Roti, a traditional Sikkimese sweet treat. It is a deep-fried rice flour doughnut-like delicacy, often enjoyed with a cup of Chhang, a local millet-based alcoholic beverage.

From the comforting Thukpa to the flavoursome Gya-Thuk, each dish tells a story of Sikkim’s rich cultural heritage. So, as you explore Martam, don’t miss the opportunity to savour the gastronomic delights that this region has to offer.

To put the cherry on top of your foodie satisfaction, we have an even sweeter Karma Martam Retreat offer to take advantage of!

Colours, Crowns, and Carnival!

Among the many festivals celebrated alogn the picturesque coastline of Goa, the São João festival holds a special place in the hearts of Goans and visitors alike – Also known as the ‘Feast of St. John’, São João has deep roots in Catholic traditions and is celebrated passionately in Goa.


Wanderlust Chronicles

We’re back with some travel testimonials from our esteemed Members who have embarked on unforgettable journeys with Karma Group!


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