North East :- Sikkim is situated in the Eastern Himalayas spread below the world’s third highest mountain Kangchendzonga (8585m) revered by the Sikkimese as their protective deity. Sikkim is separated by the Singalila range from Nepal in the west, Chola range from Tibet in the northeast and Bhutan in the southeast. Rangit and Rangpo rivers form the borders with the Indian state of West Bengal in the south. Sikkim’s botanical and zoological affluence is truly impressive. North Sikkim is heaven on earth with diversity seen to be believed. Beautiful Lakes, Valley, Hot water spring, Rhododendron forest; Monastery, etc are places to visit. Yumthang and Lachung are in Itinerary and rest of the places can be visited by guest with supplement cost. Lachung – This small settlement is located in the northern part of the state in North Sikkim district and is located at an altitude of nearly 9600 feet. Lachung is a tourist hotspot and a scenic destination. Lachung and Lachen play a vital role in North Sikkim tourism. It is called as the flower valley, hot springs, glaciers, and the majestic snow covered Himalayas. A typical North Sikkim tour starts from Gangtok then via Kabi Lungtsok 23 kilometers, Phodong 40 kilometers, Mangan 67 kilometers, Singhik 72 kilometers, Chungthang 98 kilometers, Lachung 120 kilometers to 143 kilometers away flower valley Yumthang. On the way lies Singhba Rhododendron Sanctuary and Kanchandzonga National Park. Drive to Lachung is exciting as on route are guest can see Kabi Lungchok, Namok, Mangan, Singhik view point, Seven Sisters Water Falls, Naga Water Falls, Chungthang & numerous other waterfalls & mountain streams. Lachung Gompa is one of the most picturesque gompas (Buddhist temples) in Sikkim. It is a short 30 minute walk uphill from the center of the settlement and the amazing backdrop of snow-capped peaks makes this a worthwhile stroll. This place attracts many pilgrims into its fold. This is a very old monastery that was built in the year 1880. There are many murals here that will delight history buffs, and the monastery also sports two wheels.