Very nice place with good views click with Chinese soldiers.The way to Nathula is very beautiful.The biggest problem is it gets too crowded during the season time.
It is breathtaking experience to visit Nathulapass. We visited this place last week of February. It is really nice to see this place towards end of winter season. Snow filled mountains, plenty frozen lakes and small river streams add up the beauty. While going you can see one side snowy mountains and the other side 10000 ft deep. High ecstasy... More
This is open to public only on specific days of a week. Prior permits are to be made through travel agents. So contact any of the travel agents in Gangtok at least one day earlier to fix your day of visit. We visited in February second week and expecting a great amount of snow there because of high altitude. But... More
I happened to visit Nathula in february and it was extremely cold and freezing at -15 degrees and completely covered in snow. The wind was blowing carrying snow along with it and we witnessed extreme weather conditions with snowfall but it was once in a lifetime experience. We stayed as long as fifteen minutes in numbing cold and heavy snowy... More
We went to Nathula pass in the month of February'14. Although it was not that cold, the climb was quite difficult, more so because of high altitude. One needs a permit to go to Nathula, so make sure you have it before you visit.
Breathtaking and really awesome beauty with snow clad mountains but a bad journey. you can enjoy the ride on the yak. snowfall experience is great here and is memorable. you need to procure a pass from the Ministry of Tourism and from the Ministry of Defense on submitting the necessary documents and your photographs... The roads, is not in good... More
Breathtaking beauty with snow clad mountains was a great journey. Really enjoyed the ride on the yaak. First ever snowfall experience of my life here made it even more memorable.
This is one of the best experience of Gangtok trips first three trips I could not reach hear due to bad whether but was 4 time lucky. Cold breeze high altitude and snow makes a mountain freak to promise that I will be back for more
Coming from the plains and from warmer places, suddenly getting to almost 4500m above MSL, this was a terrific experience. Going well above the clouds through winding roads running through the edge of the Himalayan ranges on roads which are just wide enough to let two vehicles cross each other was a unique experience. Getting here requires a pass from... More
Nathu La - An Indo-China Border The pass, at 4,310 m (14,140 ft) above mean sea level It connects the Indian state of Sikkim with China's Tibet Autonomous Region. Review Details: 1. Your trip would be incomplete without visiting this place Nothing much but the snowy mountains, adventurous roads, Army Camp. 2. A feeling stimulates that, "Have conquered the world"... More
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