Ravangla, reminiscent of a town from the wild west, Ravangla is a sleepy Hamlet at about a height of 7000 feet. The township comes alive during the Pang Lhabsol festivities when the spectacular ‘Warrior Dance’ is performed at the Ravang Monastery by the locals. The town is also an up coming tourist spot and transit point for trekkers to Meanam hills and Borong. Meanam Hill - It is 12 kilometers up hill trek (10,300 feet) from Ravangla. The route winds through a thick forest of Oak, Chestnut, Magnolia and Rhododendrons. A natural habitat of the Red Panda, Himalayan Black Bear and many species of Deer, this area is designated as a Wildlife Sanctuary. A short distance away is the legendary Bhaley Dunga, a kind of rocky spur which juts out from the ridge top above Yangyang village. Mount Kanchenjunga, mount Pandim, mount Sinialchu, mount Kabru are few of the major peaks that are clearly visible from here. It experiences snowfall during winter and during spring it is surrounded by flowers including orchids and rhododendrons. It is one of the hotspot for birders / ornithologist, various species of birds like Laughing thrushes, Babblers, Verditer Flycatchers, Hill Partridge, Blue - fronted Redstarts, Grey Bushchats, Dark- throated Thrush, Blue Whistling - thrush, Green - backed Tit, White - browed Fantails and the rare Satyr Tragopan can be easily spotted. The forest around Ravangla is anathor added attraction.