The Banjhakri Falls and Energy Park is a activity centre and vacationer enchantment near Gangtok, in the state of Sikkim, India. The park's statuary and different shows report the Ban Jhakri, or traditional shamanic healer who worships spirits living in caves across the falls. Ban approach "woodland", and jhakri manner "healer". The park is in a thickly forested part of Swastik, next to an army camp, about 7 kilometres from Gangtok on National Highway 31 to North Sikkim. Banjhakri Falls is a natural waterfall sourced from springs at better elevation.
The cascade is about 30 metres. 2 acres of forestland had been cleared and advanced for the park. The theme park was possible via Chief Minister of Sikkim Pawan Kumar Chamling, who had visited the falls in the course of his visit to the Ranka Monastery on 28 September 2004. He intended to revive hobby inside the traditional shamanic ideals of the human beings. Citizens have been invited to signify topics for the park. The park changed into consequently advanced into an enchantment that celebrated the shamanic traditions of the people of Sikkim.