The home stay is situated close to Deollo i.e. 18 kilometres. Nearly 90 kilometres from Siliguri is Ramdhura isolated from the rest of the places of the region, ideally located for adventure as well as leisure tour. Great views of Mount Kanchenjungha and the meandering River Teesta, Ramdhura is the new Home stay developed and has come up with nice reviews from earlier guest. Surrounded by pine forests and nearer to the clouds and the view of flickering lights of Kalimpong in the night make it a great destination to spend time here. Places to visit from here include Pedong, Algarah, Icchey Gaon, Kalimpong, Rellikhola, Lava, Loleygaon, etc. Sightseeing have limitations and all the places in one or two days are not possible, hence one day sightseeing will have some of the sightseeing and not all. 8 Rooms capable of accommodating 30 guests is available if booked early. One can also visit the beautiful British - built Jalsa Bungalow of 1930. A trek along the Cinchona plantation and a visit to the Cinchona Godown can be on your itinerary. Mahadev Dham temple and Hanuman Tok (viewpoint) nearby is also in the places of interest along with the visit to Deollo.
One can enjoy the panoramic views of the mountains and valleys. One day trek to Sillery and Ramitay Dhara is possible. Day sightseeing trip to Icchey Gaon, Ramitey Dara (which has the longest view of River Teesta), Damsang Fort, Valley of Silence, Tinchuley view point would be very rewarding. Home stays in Ramdhura are well equipped with electricity, warm water and attached western bathrooms. The breakfast table in the open-air terrace overlooking Mt. Kanchenjungha and River Teesta is a great place to spend your early morning. The home stays arrange trek guides for the guests and cars for sightseeing trips too. The food is essentially Indian, home cooked and the ingredients are mostly locally sourced and freshly plucked from local farm. Adventure based tour like Paragliding; Rafting and Rock climbing can be arranged from here.
Nearly 93 kilometres from Siliguri and takes about three hours drive. The roads are nice. There are two approach Road one via Kalimpong other via Mongsong. From Rangpo there is a scenic road to Kalimpong via Mongsong. Icchey / Ecchey Gaon is within two kilometres with Ramdhura and the activities and sightseeing places are same. One can also visit the beautiful British - built Jalsa Bungalow of 1930. A trek along the Cinchona plantation and a visit to the Cinchona Godown can be on your itinerary. Mahadev Dham temple and Hanuman Tok (viewpoint) nearby is also in the places of interest along with the visit to Deollo. One can enjoy the panoramic views of the mountains and valleys. One day trek to Sillery and Ramitay Dhara is possible. Day sightseeing trip to Icchey Gaon, Ramitey Dara (which has the longest view of River Teesta), Damsang Fort, Valley of Silence, Tinchuley view point would be very rewarding. Home stays in Ramdhura are well equipped with electricity, warm water and attached western bathrooms. The breakfast table in the open-air terrace overlooking Mt. Kanchenjungha and River Teesta is a great place to spend your early morning. The home stays arrange trek guides for the guests and cars for sightseeing trips too. The food is essentially Indian, home cooked and the ingredients are mostly locally sourced and freshly plucked from local farm, one can help or learn cooking Momo or may learn cooking local dishes here. Adventure based tour like paragliding; Rafting and Rock climbing can be arranged from here. Other resort towards Pedong are The Silk Route Retreat, Reshi Khola Ecotourism Resort, Damsang Guest House, Rikissum, Chavi Village Resort, Dadul Guest House, Prakriti Eco Retreat, Neel Pahari, Pedong Holiday Resort, Jelepla Village Resort, etc. Adventure based tour like Paragliding; Rafting and Rock climbing can be arranged from here. In house dining, rooms with attached bath and toilet, warm water, parking facilities, transport arrangements are the minimum back up guest can avail.
New destination in the evergreen and mystical hills of the North East situated close to Sikkim Border near Neora Valley. Guest who is looking for something new home stay, something out of the traditional, and something authentic then this is the place to be for a leisure holiday. This is a place with a very beautiful blend of History, culture and nature wherein a traveler can have a genuine experience. Pedong as a destination requires a minimum of 3 to 4 days of a traveler’s time to showcase what it has to offer. Thick pine forested areas to rivers to terraced fields to cotton clouds, ladybugs, butterflies, orchids, it has the perfect ambiance for a traveler.
Chumirchen in Pedongis situated nearly 17 Kilometres from the town of Kalimpong. This is situated at an altitude of 5000 feet, the altitudinal variation ranges from the sub tropical at the Rishi khola to Alpine at the Damsang ridge. The terrain is easily negotiable and provides some of the most breath taking views of the landscape including the mount Kanchenjunga in the back drop. Zuluk can be visited from Chumirchen. Places of interest or home stay close to Chumerchen are Ramdhura, Icchey Gaon, Pedong, Sillery Gaon, Lava, Lolaygaon, Aritar, Zuluk, Reshi khola, Relli Khola, etc a 2 to 6 days stay can be arranged in this tourist circuit. Zuluk permit etc can be arranged if booked earlier, one night stay and then back to some places in hills to avoid altitude sickness. Day sightseeing trip to Ramitey Dara (which has the longest view of River Teesta), Damsang Fort, Valley of Silence, Tinchuley view point would be very rewarding. Home stays in Chumirchen is well equipped with electricity, warm water and attached western bathrooms. The breakfast table in the open-air terrace overlooking Mount Kanchenjungha is a great place to spend your early morning. The home stays arrange trek guides for the guests and cars for sightseeing trips too. The food is essentially Indian, home cooked and the ingredients are mostly locally sourced and freshly plucked from local farm, one can help or learn cooking Momo or may learn cooking local dishes here. Adventure based tour like paragliding; Rafting, mountain biking, or mountain cycling is also available with prior booking. Archery and Rock climbing can be arranged from here. There is an monastery, a fort and a short trek route to the top of the hill behind the army installation. The place is serene and a small raised valley makes the place scenic. In house dining, rooms with attached bath and toilet, parking facilities, transport arrangements and campfire facilities are the minimum back up guest can avail
This farm offer dazzling views of the Himalayas in the backdrop, wake up within the idyllic serenity of a tea farm estate of Darjeeling. Situated 45 minutes away from Darjeeling town, here you can spend couple of days exploring the nature trails leading to sparkling waterfalls or simply relax with a book on your cabin’s porch as you soak-up the fresh mountain air and quietude of rural India. Your cabin is complete with electricity and en-suite bathrooms and the accommodation staff will prepare freshly made cuisine made from the local produce handpicked from the garden. Tathagata Farm has a few quaint, free-standing huts on our tea farm. They have baths and toilets attached with a big opening in the front of the cabins facing the farms where locals grow their tea, cardamom, ginger, vegetables, oranges and other crops. A tour to Darjeeling can be arranged staying here for the travelers with limited number of days to spare and would like to see Darjeeling and its beautiful surroundings. This is a trip that will include the essential of Darjeeling, its urban highlights and rural simplicity staying here. Tathagata Farm is located in a Certified Organic Village, a community of Small Farmers at Aap Botay, Mineral Spring, Darjeeling. Mineral Spring is approximately 45 minute driving from Darjeeling town. This place is ideally located and is surrounded by Puttabong Tea Estate, Kambal Tea Estate, Ging Tea Estate, Tukdah Tea Estate and Badamtam Tea Estate. The farm itself is a complete paradise with so many species of birds and greenery. The food that was made is simple Indian and was nice. They even cooked for guest down the river where guest can enjoy a nice picnic amidst pristine nature. The place is surrounded by hundreds of small organic farms that produce all the kinds of fruit and vegetables one can ever dream of like peach, pineapple, orange, pomelo, ginger, cardamom, carrots, taro, squash, sweet potato, potatoes and of course tea amongst the myriad of produce, It is a very happy and healthy place to stay
Two Tented Accommodation (Independent Deluxe Tents) which have attached baths and toilets and a balcony. Designed as a simple retreat with all the basic facilities that a traveler would need, Tathagata Farm has simple and minimalistic accommodations. Guided Village Walk and interact with the farming communities, go fishing or just wake up early in the morning and watch the birds - it's a paradise for bird lovers. If you are seeking to experience local interaction at its best with the crisp Himalayan air and sweet spring waters, then this is exactly the place you're looking for. There are plenty of things to see and do around the farm. The place is known as Mineral spring and is hardly 20 kilometres and staying here on the Tathagata Farm, you will not only have a relaxing experience with lovely views to the Himalayas, but you can also find out more about the local people. From Siliguri or New Jalpaiguri Station (NJP) / Bagdogra Airport its nearly 108 kilometres and the last ten kilometres is breathtaking.
Pedong is only 21 kilometres on the way to Rhenock is situated at an altitude of 1240 meters / 4071 feet. It is a small picturesque hill hamlet surrounded by Pine forest. Damsang is located on a ridge, offering a panoramic view of the mount Kanchenjunga and the wide range Himalayan Mountains. It lies on the historic Silk route that connects India to Lhasa via the Jelep la Pass. The variations of altitude are drastic i.e. from the sub tropical at the Rishi Valley to Alpine at the Damsang ridge. Terrain is negotiable and offers some of the most breath taking views of the landscape. Step cultivation or Terrace farming here is worth watching. It is also a birders hot spot. Birds includes lower Himalayan species like Grey Bush chat, Grey-hooded Warbler, Rusty-tailed Tree creeper, White-crested Laughing thrush, Blue Fronted Redstart, Rufous Sibia, Green Backed Tit, etc. Places to visit staying at Pedong are the ruins of Damsang Gadi, a historical fort built in 1690 by the Lepchas. The Cross Hill, placed by priest Auguste Desgodins in 1882 on his way to Tibet is also worth visiting.
The villages near Pedong include Sakyong, Kasyong, Dalep, Kagey, Upper Menchu and Lower Menchu. Pedong monastery, established in 1837, is another place for tourists to visit. Several short treks originate from Pedong leading to Damsang Gadi and to Tinchuley, a fabulous viewpoint. Adventure tourism activities can also be organized from here. Adventure like Para Gliding, rock climbing, mountain cycling, mountain biking, angling, birding can be done staying at Pedong. Guided Village Walk and interact with the farming communities, go fishing or just wake up early in the morning and watch the birds - it's a paradise for bird lovers. If you are seeking to experience local interaction at its best with the crisp Himalayan air and sweet spring waters, then this is exactly the place you're looking for. Other places of interest are Raniban, Lepcha Heritage, Lava, Rishyap, Loleygaon, Charkhole, Rikissum, Relli Khola, Deollo, Kolakham, etc. Lava is 21 kilometres, Lolaygaon is nearly 40 kilometres, Rishyap is 16 kilometres and Aritar is nearly 25 kilometres from Pedong. The food is essentially Indian, home cooked and the ingredients are mostly locally sourced and freshly plucked from local farm. The forest around is worth enjoying. It is at a distance of nearly 120 kilometres from Siliguri / New Jalpaiguri Railway Station (NJP) / Bagdogra Airport (IXB). It is nearly 75 kilometres from Darjeeling and approximately 80 kilometres from Gangtok.
This is a small hamlet close to Darjeeling. The beautiful Tinchuley village is nearly 32 kilometres i.e. one and half hours drive from Darjeeling. It literally means three chullas (chulla means oven). It is a relatively old destination and is close to Takdah and Runglee Rungliot Tea Estate. It is at a distance of nearly 85 kilometres from Siliguri / New Jalpaiguri Railway Station (NJP) / Bagdogra Airport (IXB). It is nearly 45 kilometres from Kalimpong and approximately 90 kilometres from Gangtok. WWF (World Wildlife Federation) contributed to the development of floriculture projects, forest nursery and by compost and vermin compost manure projects. There are few viewpoints in Tinchuley like the Gumbadara View point, which gives extraordinary views of River Teesta. The Tinchuley view point offers a decent view of the entire range of Eastern Himalayas with the majestic Mount Kanchenjungha. Gangtok and Kalimpong can be seen from here. Sunrise point is an excellent place to view the morning scene. The Gumbadara view point provides a view of the river Teesta. Nearby tourist destinations are Takdah cantonment and Rangli - Rangliot tea garden is just a few minutes’ drive. It is surrounded by Tea Estate producing some of the best tea in the world. Some of the well known Estate are tea gardens around here include Namring TG, Rangli - Rangliot TG, Gayle Bhanjan TG, Teesta Valley TG. During night and in clear sky magnificent sight of Kalimpong is worth watching. Being in the leeward side it is always cold. There are options of few walks through winding paths across villages and forests. One can also visit the local monastery and the holy cave.
From Siliguri one can visit there via N H 31 A to Teesta Bazar via Coronation Bridge, Kalijhora or one can visit it from Darjeeling via Ghoom or from Kalimpong via Peshok or Runglee Rungliot route. This is a place where silence extends its own magic and loneliness finds its true definition. This is a small peak with one home stay with three rooms. To get the best of view full moon night is recommended to guest. This is a place to stay and enjoy the hospitality provided by the locals. Perfect Place for Eco tourism, nature enthusiast and those who are interested to feel the wild Himalayas. One can enjoy the chance to feel the culture of the local people more closely with fooding and home stay facilities available. The food is essentially Indian, home cooked and the ingredients are mostly locally sourced and freshly plucked from local farm. Tinchuley was a distant hamlet in the wilderness. It is one of the hidden treasures of Darjeeling region. Three ovens or chullas is the meaning of the word Tinchuley. It was an initiative of the inhabitants of Tinchuley to convert their rural village into self-sustained eco-urban village. The organizations like WWF (World Wildlife Federation) contributed to the development of floriculture projects, forest nursery, and by-compost and vermin-compost manure projects. There are numerous viewpoints in Tinchule like the Gumbadara View point, which gives extraordinary views of River Teesta. The Tinchule View point gives nearly a 180 degree view of the entire range of Eastern Himalayas with the majestic Mt. Kanchenjungha ruling the sky. It is close to to Lamahatta nearly 16 kilometres from and is worth visiting. The word Tinchuley stands for three chullas (chulla means oven), and this is represented by three prominent hill tops that resembels the three chullas. It is an upcoming tourist destination of the region. Tinchuley is a remote hamlet located close to Darjeeling which can be reached through a drive of 32 kilometres. It is at a distance of 80 kilometres from Siliguri, 35 kilometres from Kalimpong and 88 kilometres from Gangtok. The inhabitants of this quiet settlement took an initiative for establishing their locality as a model organic village. With the help of organizations such as the WWF, the village has developed Village Home Stays. The villagers also showed keen interest in modern farming and with the help of WWF they developed floriculture, vermiculture, organic projects.30 minutes by car and 45 minutes by road from Lamahatta. The personalized care, attention and warmth that characterizes the hospitality of the host has only to be experienced first-hand to know how much this scores over the lavish decors, room service and other luxuries that typify regular hotels and resorts.
Activities one can avail staying at Tinchuley are visit to Sunrise View point, visit Tinchuley Monastery, Bird Watching, Visit to Tea Garden & Teesta Valley Durpin Dara is also worth it. The stay is pleasant in March to May season, wet in wet from June to September. It is pleasant & cold from October to February. Bagdogra Airport is 77 kilometres, New Jalpaiguri railway station is nearly 75 kilometres, Darjeeling Town is 33 kilometres, Kalimpong Town is 35 kilometres & Gangtok is 80 kilometres.
This is also away from the crowd to get rid of the hustle bustle of city busy life. Guest looking for a quiet, peaceful, relaxed holiday, wants to be close to nature than Kettle Valley Home Stay is the right place. It is an ideal place for peace loving tourist with the family home of the Chhettri. Situated nearly 8 kilometres away from Kurseong town on the way to Darjeeling a place call Dilaram. From there it’s a 2 minutes’ walk from the motor able road. There are two comfortable rooms for guest with western style toilets in a rural ambiance, with private balcony facing the Kurseong town and the view of far pristine hills, Sandhaphu, Mirik, and adjacent areas.During winter one can sees snow in these hills. The place is surrounded by virgin green forest of Magnolia, Chestnut with cardamom plantation. Guests are offered excellent service provided by caring hosts, home cooked simple momo meals served in family heirloom brass utensils, all meals prepared from freshly grown organic vegetables from the home stay garden and nearby fields. Activities includes Village walk cum Nature walk with number of trails around Kettle Valley where one get to experience the rich and diverse vegetation. The Home stay has its own private green lush forest of Magnolia, Chestnut with cardamom plantation, where a forest walk or bird watching is the pastime. A village walk and watch the daily activities of the rural life. The place is surrounded by tea garden; one can take a tea garden tour and see the processing during the season and watch plucking. One can also see the unique cultivation practises and varied range of crops planted by the farmers of villages.For the more adventurous a full day trek can be done to Chatakpur View point. The trek passes through huge Cryptomere forest and small hamlets. Trekkers get to experience the varying vegetation as the elevation changes. The view from the view point is great, you can see the might Mt. Kanchendzonga and its adjacent ranges, the valleys & hills of Sikkim and greenery all over.Visit to Bhanzang Salamander Lake - is located a kilometre away from Kettle Valley. It is a beautiful green-tinged lake that shelters the rarest and most endangered species of salamanders (living fossils) – a species under threat of extinction. In the past, it used to be a favourite place for the British for boating and people from the neighbouring towns used to hang out here frequently. There are very few places in the world were these species are found and this lake is one such lake. Village life - A typical day in a local’s life involves getting up at the crack of dawn to the milk the cow, feed the animals, tend to the fields and pick fresh vegetables to prepare for meals. Villagers realise that partaking in these activities is a novelty for most visitors. Learning local Gorkha cuisine - The home stay serves various Gorkha local cuisines; guests are invited to learn to prepare the delicious local cuisines at kitchen of the home stay. The guest also can in return teach their local cuisines, can be a great fun. Sightseeing tours - Darjeeling is around 25 kilometres and Kurseong is around 10 kilometres from Kettle Valley hence guest can visit these places and return back. The tour can be suitably customized to the needs and generally will be a full day tour.
It is a new hamlet ideally located in the outskirt of Neora Valley. It is a paradise for bird lovers and nature lover. It is situated an altitude of 1868 meters in the Kalimpong Hills of Darjeeling District. It is situated at a distance of 110 kilometres from Siliguri. Ideally located as an offbeat destinations amidst the clouds and forest surroundings. It is facing the Majestic Mount Kanchenjunga. One can enjoy the beautiful range of snow peaks, the never ending green forest and variety of birds from this place. Enthusiasts can go for a walk on the jungle trail. The chance of coming across wildlife is quite high here. A trek of 5 KM will take visit the beautiful Changey falls nearly 8 kilometres from Lava.
The National Park with its dense forests is located on the tri-junction of Bhutan, Sikkim and West-Bengal. It extends from 30 meters of altitude up to 3200 meters on an area of only 88 square kilometres. The Neora Valley offers a range of plants including tropical, sub-tropical, sub-temperate and temperate vegetative systems. Rhododendron, sal, oak, bamboo, ferns etc. form the forest and a range of orchids can be viewed. The National Park is home to many endangered species like the red panda, musk deer, clouded leopard, etc.
On a clear day the snowy peaks of Kabru, Kabrudome, Kanchenjunga and Pandim stand out against the streched sky. Enthusiasts can go for a jungle trail. The chance of coming across wildlife is quite high here and birds can be spotted easily. A trek of 5 kilometres will take one to the beautiful Changey falls.
Cardamom cultivation can be observed along with the processing of the fresh material into the roasted spice. Some of the villagers can be spotted weaving maize and paddy straw into sitting mats. One can come across the men farm (the primary crop is cardamom) or breed live-stock while children play in courtyards colored with marigold, dahlia, chrysanthemum and other flowers. Places of interest nearby are Lava, Lolegaon, Rishyap etc but the roads are difficult wiuth luxury vehicle
This village is situated at an altitude of 7887 feet. Close to Darjeeling this small Himalayan village called Chatakpur has beautiful home stay developed. The place is scenic, offbeat and nice. There are 15 such houses and under community development program. This small hamlet located at a distance of nearly 20 kilometres from Jorbanglow on Siliguri - Darjeeling road. The destination offers guest not only a quiet and memorable stay but also some adventure activities with proper guides. Though life is tough in such difficult terrain each but each villager is a symbol of happiness. They will help you with a smiling face despite of the days struggle. It is really a wonderful place seen to be believed. This is heaven down on earth for guest to enjoy, peaceful and serene, a home away from home with some difference. As these places are offbeat the frequency of vehicles are less and in some cases they do not reach the village but passes close by but we offer guest with all assistance to reach such destination at ease with all help to make the tour successful. Chatakpur is nice for short trek too. The place in short is one of the best leisure holiday destinations. Activities are not limited and the beauty compensates that. Home stay backed by short treks, visit to view points like Pokhri. Perfect place for eco tourism, nature enthusiast and those who are interested to feel the wild Himalayas away from the crowd. A chance to feel the culture of the local people more closely with fooding, and home stay facilities available. Sonada and Ghoom can be covered with short trek each day will always make the trip memorable. Even walking up through medicinal plants and the forest region is quite an experience. One can also visit the track to enjoy the sight of the passing Darjeeling Himalayan Locomotive and clicking is worth enjoying.
This village is popularly known among the people as the Orange village.The village is situated in the laps of the hill with waterfalls, beautiful lakes and the echoing green. Various types of fruits are found here specially the orange, as if filled with nectar. One can watch people with helping hands living in peace and harmony. Though life is tough in such difficult terrain each but each villager is sporting a smile of happiness. They cross you with a smiling face despite of the days struggle. It is really a wonderful place seen to be believed. As if a plot of heaven down on earth for us to enjoy, peaceful and serene. This is how beautiful the place Sittong is. Sittong is popularly known as the orange village for the Orange cultivation and production. The place can be reached via Mungpoo. This destination is also a hotspot due to the visit of the Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore. Sittong can be reached via Latpanchar and Ghaletar. For guest who loves adventure and enjoy, October is the right time to visit is from October to January when oranges can be seen everywhere. Yaksaa is the home developed for tourist. It is a community based home tourism site. The people along with the scenic beauty will mesmerize all. Sunrise and sunset and the view of mount Kanchenjunga along with the rest of the Himalayan range, Forest & Nature trek, birding and butterfly watching, Village excursions, are some of the activities one can indulge in. Joining the local for the evening drink is also an experience of its own. Leisure tour, offbeat destination, home stay whatever you name the destination is one of the few places close to heaven. The home stay is with traditional food, but one can also join the family and cook something of your own. Sittong – Shelpu – Latpanchar – Mungpoo is nice for short trek too. Perfect Place for Eco tourism, nature enthusiast and those who are interested to feel the wild Himalayas. A chance to feel the culture of the local people more closely with fooding, and home stay facilities available.
A destination made famous by the Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore. The Nobel Laureate visited the place four times at Mungpoo in 21st May, 1938, 24th May 1939, 12th September, 1939 and 21st August 1940. The Rabindra museum was built to pay homage to the great poet and his love for the place. It also had a special bond with Maitreyi Devi, the daughter of his friend Surendranath Dasgupta. Memoirs of his stay here were published by Maitreyi Devi in her book Mungpoote Rabindranath (Tagore by Fireside).
The place has its own beauty. Altitude is approximately 28000 feet. Mungpoo is nearly 60 kilometres from New Jalpaiguri railway station (NJP) and Bagdogra Airport (IXB). It is 55 kilometres from Tenzing Norgay Bus Terminus (Junction). Kalimpong is nearly 45 kilometres from Mungpoo. Darjeeling will be roughly 40 kilometres. It is believed that the Lepchas use to call the place as Mong Pong literally means Heap of Millet but in due course had the name transformed to Mongpoo. Mong pong is also a place nearby. The forest around is worth enjoying. The place in short is one of the best leisure holiday destinations. Activities are limited but the beauty compensates that. Home stay backed by local community is worth visiting. It was the hill refuge of Tagore. His first visit was in 1938. In 1940 he celebrated his birth anniversary from an invitation by Maitreyi Chattopadhyay along with the locals. His resting place was converted to the present day Rabindra Museum. History is written all over the place. The people are fun loving, nice and caring. It is situated inside the Cinchona plantation which is gradually also diversifying to rubber plantation people. Sarita kunj is the name of the community based home stay developed here.
Ramdhura is a hamlet close to Deollo and is an ideal place for leisure holiday. Two to three night stay here is recommended. Organic vegetables grown here are in the daily menu. Nature Walk and participate in cultivating and ha vand so is Jalsa Bungalow. View of the Himalayan range and the Rangit - Teesta Valley is worth observing. The best time to visit is in October June. Activities are many but the best is short trek to wards Munsong or Sillery Gaon, etc. One can idle there for weekends or can visitors can go around in the village trail and in the forest. It is good for birding and nature study. Lava and Lolaygaon is nearby similarly Pedong, Kalimpong is also nearby. There are a variety of birds and butterflies. Amidst this peaceful environment, the only sound you will hear is the chirping of the birds and sound of crickets. It is a private residence known for the hospitality. It offers clean and elegant accommodation, genuine friendliness, family feeling and homely stay. The home stay is situated nearly 17 kilometres from Kalimpong Town. Surrounded by the mountain, one can see the whole village on the sloping mountain and the adjoining valley with terraced cultivation. The setting and rising sun is brilliant to watch. Home stays allow visitors to experience the traditional way of living through an exchange of culture and one can engage in local activities, learn how to cook local cuisine or take part in agricultural activities like gardening, etc. Homestay with arrangement of participating in daily life of the village is worth enjoying.Sightseeing activity in Ramdhura, excursion to Lava, Lolaygaon, Pedong, Damsang fort, Kalimpong, Deollo, Dr. Grahams home, etc can be visited from here.
One can also have excursion to Zuluk, Nathang Valley, Kupup Lake, Memencho Lake, Jelep La, Golf Course, Baba Mandir till the Indo - China border along the old silk route of vthe historic age. But our recommendation is to use the stay at Reshikhola also to add activity to this tour package of 4 - 5 nights. Dreamway Destinations is one of the best operator for Offbeat tour in this region. Places and destinations which are comming up are encouraged by us to promote eco based tourism and home based tourism popularly known as sustainable tourism.
We arrange for transportation but prferably exclusively with packages only. Various sightseeing places, stay are arranged by us. As these places are offbeat the frequency of vehicles are less and in some cases they do not reach the village but passes close by. For further detail information one can get in touch with us. Mails are the best options as detail can be passed better. Booking of the home stay can be done through mail or guest can directly ring us. Ranbang, Bunkulung, Sittong, Chatakpur, Ramdhura, Chuikhim, Raimatang, Rongo, Gorkhey, are some of the offbeat places. Equally good is the tea tourism. We have Tea Tourism with visit to factory, Classes, Tea Tasting session, plantation, chemistry of tea, engineering etc class. The Tea Tourism tour last from 3 Nights 4 Days or 6 nights 7 days or 14 nights 15 days. Tie up with Tea training institute, Tea Estate, Tea gardens, garden bunglow, tea homestay are all available with us