Opt For Sikkim Gangtok Tour Packages & Take a Trip to Nathula Pass
Do you wish to escape the monotonous city life and rejuvenate yourself? Booking Sikkim Gangtok tour packages from Kolkata offered by Holiday Guide Tours can be the ideal way to take a mesmerising trip to the Nathula Pass. The Nathula Pass is a high-altitude pass located on the crossroads of the Indo-China border. A popular hotspot for holidaymakers in Sikkim, the mountain pass is a part of an offshoot of the ancient Old Silk Road.
Visiting Nathula Pass – What You Need To Know
The Nathula Pass is open for Indian citizens on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Foreign nationals are strictly prohibited from visiting this mountain pass. Indian visitors need to obtain permits by applying to the Tourism and Civil Aviation Department through a recognised travel agency for visiting the pass. And, we as a leading tour operator can help you get the necessary permits.
Baba Harbhajan Singh Mandir – A Top Tourist Attraction in Nathula Pass
When opting for Sikkim Gangtok tour packages from Kolkata, the Baba Harbhajan Singh Mandir is one place which you should definitely include on your trip itinerary. Built in the memory of Baba Harbhajan Singh – personnel of the Indian army who died in the year 1968 near Nathula, the shrine is a popular attraction here. The temple is situated at the junction of the trail leading to Menmecho Lake and Kupup Gnathang Road.
How to Reach Nathula Pass?
Bagdogra Airport, the nearest airport from Gangtok is around 178 km away from Nathula Pass. From there, you can avail a bus or taxi to reach Gangtok.
New Jalpaiguri in Siliguri, West Bengal is the nearest railway station. After getting down at NJP, you need to take a taxi to reach Gangtok.
Reaching Nathula Pass from Gangtok:
The mountain pass is located 54 km east of Gangtok and the only way to reach it is through a drive from Gangtok. Since the road to the mountain road is slippery and steep, you can only book sturdy vehicles like Bolero, Innova and Scorpio.
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