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The proud feeling to see a border of the country, with a history and being protected by our men in uniform. Proud of them to have kept us safe.Very nice place to visit. Aged persons may find difficult to breathe due to high altitude. I...More
The road that leads to this place, several passing-by army trucks, our soldiers in full valor, the LAC.., gives you goosebumps
The border is separated on chinese side by their compund wall and indian side has barbed wire fencing. One can actually set foot right...More
Salute to the army they are protecting us in such a harsh weather so cool and chilly air..the view was magnificent snow lad mountain are adding flavour to this pass. Carry enough woolen and infants are not advisable
Its the Indo-China Border at about 16000 ft altitude. Indian and chinese soldiers stand eye to eye and just a barbed-wire fence devides the two sides.The high altitudes present its own challenges because of thinner air and lesser oxygen , eg. little shortness in breathing,slight...More
If you are in Gangtok, do not miss a chance to visit Nathula Pass, the Indo-Chinese border separated by a barbed wire fence. Don't bother trying to hire a private tour to Nathula for small groups, as there are limited number of vehicles allowed each...More
Response from NitinDara | Reviewed this property |
Yes do take them fully covered with jackets and cap. it is too windy while climbing up stairs. MOST IMPORTANT do place a hankie or mufler or anything woolen on nose as well avoid breathing in the cold breeze AND CLIMB SLOWLY... More
Yes do take them fully covered with jackets and cap. it is too windy while climbing up stairs. MOST IMPORTANT do place a hankie or mufler or anything woolen on nose as well avoid breathing in the cold breeze AND CLIMB SLOWLY AS SLOWLY AS YOU CAN and it should be okay. I hope none of the kids have any breathing ailments, if they do please avoid.