MONASTERIES AT MECHUKA:
The oldest monasteries called Samten Yangcha of Mahayana sect located at a hilltop in the western most part of Mechuka. This Gompa as per oral history of Membas is a contemporary of the great Tawang monastery.
A Pilgrimage place about 13 KM from Mechuka town, called Neh Pemashubu, which is known as the meditation place of 6th rebirth of Guru Padma Samba.
SIKO DIDO WATER FALL:
On the way to Tato there exist a beautiful water fall in between Hirgo and Yapik village. Locally it is known as “SIKODIDO”. Just as a tired walker takes rest under a shade, this enchanting waterfall revitalizes the onlookers and enables them to carry on the walk unto the journey of untold beauty..
Mechuka is situated at a high altitude of 1890 mtrs close to Mac Mohan Line. Menchuka is made of three words: ‘men’ means “medicinal”, ‘chu’ means “water” and ‘kha” means “ice” in local language. Mechuka is fringed by lofty mountains and snow-capped mountains of Eastern Himalayas. It has a lot of attractions for the tourists with its salubrious climate and Buddhist Gompas, Gurudwara and hospitality of the local people.