Sikkim's sacred mountain. The third highest peak in the world
Nathula is a pass on the Indo Chinese boarder (La meaning Pass in Tibetan). The place is 55 kilometers from Gangtok and passes through Tsongo Lake. The place is covered with snow for most part of the year. The pass was traditionally used by merchants of India and Tibet for trading. This was part of the famous Silk route connecting plains of Bengal with Tibet.
Trekking to the highest mountains, glaciers and frozen lakes
White water rafting
Lamas chanting prayers and performing ritual dances in ancient monasteries
Hidden forests with over four hundred varieties of orchids, rhododendrons and seven hundred varieties of butterflies, The habitat of the snow and clouded leopards, red panda, marbled cat among many more of the rarest species found only in this region.