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Yumthang, Tsomgo Lake, Nathula Pass

Duration : 3 Nights / 4 Days

Day 1

Gangtok – Chungthang – Lachung - Approximately 120 kms, 6 hours drive 
After breakfast Drive from Gangtok to Lachung via Chungthang, the confluence of Lachen Chu and Lachung Chu forming River Teesta in North Sikkim. On the route cross numerous Villages, Singhba Rhododendron Sanctuary, monastery and waterfalls, this will rejuvenate one’s mind. The route offer superb mountain views, a floral spectacle, especially in the spring season. Halt overnight at Lachung

Day 2

Lachung – Yumthang – Lachung – Chungthang – Gangtok - Approximately 160 kms, 7 hours drive 
After breakfast visit Yumthang Flower Valley after breakfast via Singhba Rhododendron Sanctuary, Yumthang, is a vast expanse of colorful grass-carpet to the horizon covered with rhododendron shrubs and trees, the entire valley erupts into a riot of colors in May. A little ahead on the right crossing the Lachung Chu over the wooden bridge is Sachu or hot spring. It contains sulphur - water. It is popular for its curative and healing power.  Return and have lunch – Start for Gangtok - Reach Gangtok by evening, free to rest. Halt overnight at Gangtok.

Day 3

Gangtok – Tsomgo – Nathula Pass – Gangtok – Approximately 100 Kms, 4 hours drive  
Morning starts with bed tea and breakfast. Next visit Tsomgo Lake (12400 ft) and Babamandir (13200 ft) the highest ATM in the world at Thegu on the way to Babamandir. Spend some time amidst snow (If climate favors, you can find snow) back to Gangtok. Nathula service can be availed only on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. Permit 10 - 15 days prior to the Journey for Nathula is preferable. Evening take a ride of the newly built ropeway, rest of the evening spend time at the Mahatma Gandhi Marg or retire at our hotel - Overnight stay at Gangtok.

Day 4

Morning tea and then after breakfast  drive for local sight seeing, to the Enchey Monastery, Cottage Industries along with visit to Research Institute of Tibetology and the Do Drul Chorten. Have lunch and check out

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