Hiking and nature walk along the beautiful River Khameng is what you should do. The mountain views are wondrous. You can have a picnic along the banks, do a spot of fishing and angling. It is a popular spot to fish the mighty Mahseer. You can also go river rafting or kayaking.
For the spiritually inclined, the town of Bhalukpong is dotted with Buddhist temples and monasteries. If you like a bit of history, the ruins of the Bhalukpong Fort could entice you. It is considered to have been built in the 10th century by King Bhalukpa. Very little is known about the ancient rulers of this region.
Another nearby attraction is the Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary, with its lush forests that are lowland and evergreen. A declared tiger reserve, it is home to tigers, leopards, and the dark grey-furred, reclusive clouded leopards. It is easy to spot elephants and the Indian bison in the area. More than 300 species of flowers and several varieties of orchids grow abundantly in this sanctuary.