Welcome To Yarlam Resort, Lachung
Yumthang Valley At 11,800 ft, the valley is simply mind blowing. Surrounded by an alpine forest of silver fir and high snow capped peaks, its charms get even more irresistible in spring when primulas carpet the valley floor along with the outburst of rhododendrons, primroses and other wild blossoms. It is also famous for hot springs.
Yumesamdong (0 point) About 24km from yumthang the trail is filled with the fragrance of the azellia, a plant collected by the locals as incense. Here one can experience the enchanting views of a mountainous terrain in snow.
The sanctuary which lies beyond the frontier village of lachung en route to yumthang valley is called as singba rhododendron wild life sanctuary, the forest surrounded by snowy mountains provides good habitate for avifauna and flora. It is also home for the state tree rhododendron niveum.
Domang Valley Located at a distance of around 14 km from lachung, The drive all the way with running streams and amidst the silver fir is truly a travelers delight.
A pretty village, situated on both banks of the Lachung River, Lachung is an ideal place for nature lovers. Quiet, serene, beautiful, Lachung is everything that a visitor requires of a place. Lachung literally means ‘Small Pass’, which it indeed is as it is situated in the close proximity to Tibet border. The Lachung Gompa is the major attraction of the town, whereas, a short distance from here is Shingba Rhododendron Sanctuary that is also a must see
Situated about 32kms from Gangtok on the way to Mangan, Seven Sisters is a beautiful waterfall. The water is seen cascading down in distinct three steps. A small footbridge is constructed above the waterfall, so that the visitors get the best view. If one is willing to trek a bit more than he can be rewarded with the view of the fourth drop of the fall. An incredible place for some adventure, visitors will love Seven Sisters Waterfall.
Lachung Lachen, Mangan is a base town before reaching the lesser known parts of North Sikkim. The town is also reckoned to be the market centre for northern Sikkim and it attracts several villagers selling apples, oranges and cardamom. The view of Khangchendzonga range is breathtaking and that is one of the reasons that you must visit this beautiful place in North Sikkim..