A Heavenly On The Foothills Of The Mighty Himalayas.
Situated at an elevation of 13,500 feet, this rich valley was the home to customary yak herders who originated from Tibet. Scarcely many streams befuddle the valley, and supplication banners ripple on the mountain edges on this huge plain. Nathang Valley shows up in various hues in various occasions of the year. It looks brilliant when the grass goes away, in stormy season it’s shrouded in blooms and in winter it is covered in 5 feet of snow. Here one can encounter chilled wind waves blowing all around. This town is one of the piece of Old Silk course which associated India with China.
All About Nathang Valley
A Hindu temple and a little Buddhist Monastery in the valley on the edges of a little town, Nathang Valley has a considerable amount of history. The Battle of Nathang checks as a vital occasion towards the British addition of Tibet. Amid 1888, the British had despatched military endeavour to remove Tibetan powers from Sikkim. At around 07:00 AM on 21 May 1888, the Tibetans assaulted the British Defences at Nathang Valley. The fight went on for around 03 hours and by 10:00 AM the Tibetans withdrew. Here, at Nathang Valley, you can at present visit the memorial park of the British warriors who passed away in this fight.
Nathang is called Ladakh of East Sikkim. Nathang valley is privately known as Gnathang Valley is arranged at an elevation of 12,700 feet above ocean level. Nathang town is one of the remotest Tibetian residences in Eastern Himalaya.
SIGHTSEEING DESTINATIONS IN AND AROUND NATHANG VALLEY
EAGLE’S NEST BUNKAER
This a renowned viewpoint, Eagle’s Nest Bunker from where you can get a 360 degree view of the entire scope of Mt. Kanchenjungha, West Bhutan, fields of Bengal, China, Tibet and the delightful River Brahmaputra winding crosswise over in the skyline. Dawn over Mt. Kanchenjungha from Eagle’s Nest Bunker is past human portrayal.
Zuluk is renowned for its exceptional circles. There are approx. 30 circles in this crisscross way.
Ganek is the dawn point in Zuluk. Start right off the bat in morning (4:00 am) to reach Ganek and view the dawn over Mt. Kanchenjungha.
This is one of the most established temple dedicated to Nag Devata (Snake God).
THAMBI VIEW POINT
At an elevation of 10,500 feet this view point is perfect place to watch all-encompassing perspective of crisscross Zuluk circle with Zuluk town.
Lungthung or Dhupidhara is at a height of 12,500 feet from ocean level. You will likewise locate some past remains here. This is a famous spot for spotting Monal (National flying creature of Nepal).
This is a war dedicated valley worked to honour the British troopers, who won during the clash of Tukla.
Kupup Lake is also known as Hati Lake for its Elephant like shape. This lake is encompassed by high hills. Beside Kupup Lake you will discover an Ice Hockey field and a golf course at a height of 13020 feet.
Kupup is a little valley arranged at an elevation of 13900 feet. From Kupup Lhasa (Tibet) is just 520 km. You will even discover a billboard saying separation with bearing here from Lhasa.
In Tibetan dialect ‘Jelep La’ implies exquisite level pass. This is a mountain between India-China. This pass is arranged at a height of 14300 feet.
Menmecho Lake is arranged at an elevation of 12500 feet. This lake is found 20 km from Chhangu Lake.
Popularly known as Chhangu Lake. This lake is 1km long, 50 feet profound and oval fit as a fiddle. This lake was made by the softened ice sheet.
Nathula is the border between India and China. This pass is open for Indian nationals just on Wednessday, Thrusday, Saturday and Sunday.
OLD BABA MANDIR
This temple was built in the respect of Sepoy Harbhajan Singh. On the highest point of this sanctuary you will discover Harbhajan Singh’s bunker.
How To Reach Nathang Valley
To reach Nathang one needs to take cab services or bus from New Jalpaiguri(NJP) or Bagdodra airport. You can also book a flight to newly launched Pakyong airport and then avail the cabs from there to reach Nathang. Since Nathang Valley is located in Indo-China border, you will need a permit first. For further information on the entry permits, go through our website, www.esikkimtourism.in
BEST TIME TO VISIT NATHANG VALLEY
Stressed over sightseers running or shutting long stretches of Nathang Valley while arranging your trek? The best time to visit Nathang Valley would be a period when you can totally absorb the experience and not stress over such issues.
NATHANG VALLEY WEATHER IN JANUARY – FEBRUARY
With a normal temperature of 46℉ makes for cooler evenings in Nathang Valley during this season. Ensure you carry more woollens as nights get chilly here.
NATHANG VALLEY WEATHER IN MARCH
With normal dampness of 73%, temperatures is between 23℉ to 81℉. Presently this may cause a little distress, however we are certain not whining! This climate is impeccable to go touring around the city of Nathang Valley.
NATHANG VALLEY WEATHER IN APRIL – MAY
This time has been seen as the pinnacle season to visit Nathang Valley and as it should be. The temperatures run somewhere in the range of 34℉ and 81℉. Expect a normal precipitation of 11.29 mm.
NATHANG VALLEY WEATHER IN JUNE
The climate is flawlessly mild making it an extraordinary time to visit Nathang Valley. The most extreme temperature recorded in this month is 88℉. A perfect season to visit Nathang Valley. The normal precipitation recorded around this time is 35.61 mm.
NATHANG VALLEY WEATHER IN JULY – OCTOBER
The direct mugginess of 79% makes this a fantastic time to visit Nathang Valley. During this season, expect a normal precipitation of 22.98 mm.
NATHANG VALLEY WEATHER IN NOVEMBER – DECEMBER
The pertinent cold breeze amid this time makes this is a perfect season. You can enjoy the views of snow clad mountains during this season.
So book a travel today and trail through the beauty of Nathang Valley.