Ravangla (2440m) is located on the ridge separating the Teesta valley from the Rangit valley Ravangla is South Sikkim’s latest tourist attraction. Obviously the prime attraction of Ravangla is the unobstructed views of the snow peaks. Ravangla offers breath taking views of Kanchanjungha along with its sister peaks of Pandim, Kabru, Sinialchu and many others. Ravangla is located at the foot of Menam hill, housing a small hermitage.
Ravangla, a small town situated in South Sikkim, surrounded by high-forested hills, undulating valleys dotted with village huts is a perfect destination for village tourism.
Ravangla is well connected to Siligur (5 hrs aprox), although direct jeeps are difficult but break journey is possible at Jorethang or Singtam. Ravangla is also connected with other tourist spot of Sikkim, like Gantok (2hrs aprox) and Pelling (3hrs aprox).
Temi Tea Garden: Located 16 Km South East from Ravangla lies the Temi Tea Garden.
Ralang Monasteries: Located 13 km north of Ravangla lies of Ralang, housing two monasteries.
Borong Hotspring: Located 7 km north of Ralang lies the hot spring of Borong.
Kewzing: A beautiful village located east of Ravangla, it houses several monasteries including Mangbrue Monastery.
Tandong: A dead volcano overlooking the village of Damathang (12Km south of Ravangla) Tandong offers similar views. The short trek of 7 km (two way) is ideal for the first time trekkers.
Menam: A 12 km (two way) trek to the top of Menam Hill (3300m) is a regarding experience. It not only offers a great panorama of snow peaks but also a great view of the Teesta & Rangit Valley extending all the way to the Ganges plain.