Ravangla is a small and beautiful hill station in South Sikkim district, is an ideal place to spend a holiday. It is at an altitude of 7000 feet from the sea. The city was born from a small trade market of local farmers who produced agricultural and cash crops like ginger and large cardamom. The city has seen a wide range of trade and commerce in recent times. With thickly forested hills and beautiful tea gardens, Ravangala is a paradise for those who want to enjoy the beauty of nature. It is the place where you can enjoy rural life away from the clamor of the city. Borong and Ralong hot spring, Buddha Park, Temi tea garden, and some Kivjing villages in Ravangla are some of the places that tourists visit frequently.
Ravangla is a beautiful destination for those who like trekking in the hills. It surrounded by dense forests, and the hills make the place a paradise. Tourists assemble here to see the breathtaking views of various species of migratory birds, and the peaks like Mount Kanchenjunga, Mount Pandim, and Mount Sinielchu. A short trip to the village can also be done, as some of the places like Ravangla Yanganj, Tinkitam Kejing, Barfang, and Bakhim are close to Lepcha and Bhutia villages.
Ravangla is known for its unique culture and festivals. In April, locals in Ravangla celebrate their tourism, crafts, and cultural festivals. At this time, another festival, Pang Labsol celebrated, in August and September. It is a three-day festival that concludes with a performance of 'Cham' dance on the last day.
The weather in Ravangla is pleasant throughout the year except for cold winters.