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Nathang Valley Homestay

Nathang Valley Homestay is located at Nathang Valley which is 24 km away from Zuluk  East Sikkim.

Nathang Valley is a high-altitude valley located in the Pakyong district of Sikkim, India. It is situated at an altitude of 13,500 feet (4,100 m) and is surrounded by snow-capped mountains. The valley is home to a small village of Tibetan herders and is a popular destination for trekking, camping, and bird watching.

Nathang Valley is known for its stunning scenery, which changes dramatically with the seasons. In the spring, the valley is covered in wildflowers, while in the autumn, the leaves turn a brilliant golden color. In the winter, the valley is blanketed in snow.

The valley is also home to a number of historical sites, including the Battle of Nathang, which was fought between the British and Tibetan forces in 1888. There is also a monastery and a temple in the valley.

Nathang Valley is a popular destination for those seeking a unique and off-the-beaten-path travel experience. The valley is relatively remote and can be reached by a long and winding road. However, the journey is well worth it for the stunning scenery and the opportunity to experience a slice of Tibetan culture.

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How to reach Nathang Valley



  • NJP (159 km | 5 hours)


Frequently Asked Question's (FAQ's) on Nathang Valley Homestay.

Nathang Valley Homestay is a collection of traditional Tibetan homes that have been converted into guesthouses. The homestays are located in the Nathang Valley, which is a beautiful valley in the eastern Himalayas. The homestays offer a unique opportunity to experience Tibetan culture and hospitality.

The facilities available at Nathang Valley Homestay vary from homestay to homestay. However, most homestays offer the following facilities:

  • Shared or private rooms
  • Western-style toilets
  • Running water
  • Hot water
  • Electricity
  • Restaurant
  • Common area

There are many activities available in the Nathang Valley, including:

  • Hiking
  • Trekking
  • Camping
  • Birdwatching
  • Wildlife viewing
  • Visiting local villages
  • Learning about Tibetan culture

The best time to visit Nathang Valley Homestay is during the spring (March-May) or fall (September-November). The weather is mild during these seasons.

The nearest airport is Pakyong Airport in Gangtok. From the airport, you can take a taxi or a bus to Nathang Valley. The journey takes approximately 3-4 hours.

The cost of staying at Nathang Valley Homestay varies depending on the homestay and the time of year. However, you can expect to pay between INR 1,000 and INR 2,000 per person.

Here are some things to keep in mind before visiting Nathang Valley Homestay:

  • The Nathang Valley is located at an altitude of 13,500 feet, so it is important to acclimatize before visiting.
  • The weather in the Nathang Valley can be unpredictable, so it is important to pack accordingly.
  • There are limited medical facilities in the Nathang Valley, so it is important to be self-sufficient.
  • The Nathang Valley is a remote area, so it is important to be aware of the risks before visiting.


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306 reviews
  • Ashutosh Ojha
    Ashutosh Ojha
    3 months ago

    At altitude of around 13000 feet, this place is amazing. It's in the small village called Gnathang. The hospitality of owner Lima Didi and there family is amazing. I was travelling with my two kids 10 yr and 2.5 yr old. And they take care of all their requirements of food, milk and maggi etc without even iota of hesitation. The day we stayed , it snowed heavily there with night temperature dripping till -6 as per Google weather. They provided hot water bag, room heater etc. Though there was no electricity for whole night , they have inverter installed which gave backup for whole night. They were prompt in providing hot drinking and bathing water themselves. Thankyou for this amazing experience and hospitality.

  • Indian Foodiez
    Indian Foodiez
    a month ago

    Nice homestay. The hosts were very friendly and helpful. Arranged bonfire on asking.

  • Lipika D
    Lipika D
    a month ago

    Amazing experience. Hosts are really nice and friendly. Took great care of everything.

  • Arpita Basu
    Arpita Basu
    6 months ago

    We have been there for one night, rooms are good but the hosts are not that good. Their behavior was awful during our visit. due to the high altitude along with us, our driver also got sick, and he vomited outside of the residency at the morning 4am. It was -3 degrees outside. The host (lady) makes sure that Ram, our driver, cleans the floor outside by using at least 12-13 buckets of water. He was not at all well, but they were not ready to listen to anything. By the time Ram poured 2-3 buckets of water, it was clean but they did not listen.

  • Dr. Abhijeet Kumar
    Dr. Abhijeet Kumar
    7 months ago

    Great hotel and nice hospitality. Arranged bone fire and guided tour for the sunrise viewpoint. Rooms are very good. Be ready for the impeccable cold weather and low oxygen levels. Perfect place for adventure lovers.

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