If you do not like Nathang Valley, you would not like paradise. Located at an altitude of 13,500 feet, this lush valley was the home to traditional yak herders who came from Tibet. Few streams crisscross the valley, and prayer flags flutter on the mountain edges on this vast...Read More
Nathula Pass is a mountain pass in Eastern Sikkim, on the Indo-Chinese border that serves as the trade link between India and China. Nathula Pass nestles at an elevation of 14,140 feet and ranks amongst the highest passes accessible by tourists via motorable road. The Old Silk...Read More
The Four Lake Point located at an altitude of 13600 feet on the way to Menmecho from Gangtok gives a panoramic view of the endless stretches of the barren Tibetan plateau with four emerald lakes dotted within the horizon. The nearest two lakes are called Jorpokahri (twin...Read More
Located few kilometers from Nathang Valley at an altitude of 13700 feet, this abandoned Army Bunker perched on a strategic point gives a complete 360 degree unhindered view of the Eastern Himalayas. The whole range of Mt. Kanchenjungha and the distant peaks of the Tibetan...Read More
The true beauty of the Tibetan Highlands can be experienced at Tukla Valley. Located at an altitude of around 12500 feet above sea level, Tukla Valley in Sikkim offers a majestic panoramic view of Mt. Kanchenjungha and its allied peaks. You would also find a war memorial built...Read More
Nathula, Menmecho, Kupup, Nathang, Lunthung, Zuluk, Padamchen, Mankhim, Sillery, Reshikhola
We are travellers, and we cherish travelling to untouched destinations just like you. We have explored every corner of the Silk Route of Sikkim and our local contacts in the remotest areas help our guests to take some of the activities which others cannot arrange. We can take our guests for a Yak ride along the Nathang Valley, arrange for a horse ride along the mountain creeks or trek to the Eagle’s Nest Bunker for a 360 degree view of the Himalayas.
We are Authorised Agents of Sikkim Tourism Development Corporation (STDC) and we have in our team some of the best Sikkim Tourism registered tourist guides to assist our guests in sightseeing trips and treks around the Silk Route Circuit. Our dedicated travel desk in Gangtok arranges for all permits for the guests to this route and we have the most modern homestays with facilities like 24-hour power supply for the guests at 12000 feet.
The Old Silk Route or Silk Road which passes through East Sikkim is a part of the ancient network of trade routes which connected China to India. This route passed through Lhasa and Nathu La and Jelep La Pass and finally reached the port of Tamralipta (present Tamluk in West Bengal) from where it took to the sea and reached far east. This Ancient Silk Route is expected to have been discovered by traders as early as First Century AD.