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Hill Top Homestay, Lower Zuluk, Rongli, East Sikkim, India

Per person per night with all meals

Rongli, Sikkim, India

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Rongli is a very small village well preserved in the lap of the foothills of the Himalayas. A small town in the eastern part of the country the village is probably one of the most ancient routes towards Kapup & Nathula , if one considers to travel from towards North Sikkim. Rongpo river crosses the heart of Rongli, hence the name. Being a beautiful tourist destination, the unique selling point of Rongli is lush greenery, hilly terrain and the serenity of Himalayas. The river Rongpo divides the village from the middle, creating natural walkways by its beautiful sides to reach Rhenock , another small town in the lap of the foothills. Rongli is one of the main hubs , which has a significant trade and investment happening across the village. Thus Rongli happens to be a major hub, in the region of eastern Sikkim. Major destinations which connect Rongli to Gangtok, include Lingtam, Zuluk or Reshi and also some parts of Phadamchen. On the way to Rongli, there are other destinations which include Dhupidhara, Keukhola water Falls, Ghambari falls, lungthung, Salamidhara etc, which shall provide a respite to your tired eyes, especially if you happen to be the urban lot! Although you do have anything great to see here, there is a trade centre and rongli market which is one of the main hub of attractions. Besides, you can just take an easy stroll across the lush green hilly walkways to enjoy the eternity of natural selections. The Homestay, set on a hill-top, provides per person per night based accommodation including all meals.

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No parties or events Check in is anytime after 12PM (noon) This is a home given out to our guests. All I ask is to treat the home like you would do your own.

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Profile Image Zuluk (also spelt as Dzuluk) is a tiny village settlement at an altitude of 10,100ft. It's located in lower Himalayas of Eastern Sikkim on the historic old Silk Route which once connected India with Tibet. On the Indian side, the Silk route starts from Pedong in Kalimpong district and goes through places like Rhenock, Rongli, Zuluk and northward to Nathang valley and Kupup, and finally Jelepla Pass was used to reach beautiful Chumbi valley of Tibbet and then onward to Lhasa. Till the first half of 20th century before the Chinese invaded Tibet, this old Silk Route was used heavily to trade silk, fur and wool between Tibet and India, and hence such name of the route.

Rongli is a very small village well preserved in the lap of the foothills of the Himalayas. A small town in the eastern part of the country the village is probably one of the most ancient routes towards Kapup & Nathula , if one considers to travel from towards North Sikkim. Rongpo river crosses the heart of Rongli, hence the name. Being a beautiful tourist destination, the unique selling point of Rongli is lush greenery, hilly terrain and the serenity of Himalayas.

The river Rongpo divides the village from the middle, creating natural walkways by its beautiful sides to reach Rhenock , another small town in the lap of the foothills. Rongli is one of the main hubs , which has a significant trade and investment happening across the village. Thus Rongli happens to be a major hub, in the region of eastern Sikkim.

Major destinations which connect Rongli to Gangtok, include Lingtam, Zuluk or Reshi and also some parts of Phadamchen.On the way to Rongli, there are other destinations which include Dhupidhara, Keukhola water Falls, Ghambari falls, lungthung, Salamidhara etc, which shall provide a respite to your tired eyes, especially if you happen to be the urban lot! Although you do have anything great to see here, there is a trade centre and rongli market which is one of the main hub of attractions. Besides, you can just take an easy stroll across the lush green hilly walkways to enjoy the eternity of natural selections.

Zuluk (also spelt as Dzuluk) is a tiny village settlement at an altitude of 10,100ft. It's located in lower Himalayas of Eastern Sikkim on the historic old Silk Route which once connected India with Tibet. On the Indian side, the Silk route starts from Pedong in Kalimpong district and goes through places like Rhenock, Rongli, Zuluk and northward to Nathang valley and Kupup, and finally Jelepla Pass was used to reach beautiful Chumbi valley of Tibbet and then onward to Lhasa. Till the first half of 20th century before the Chinese invaded Tibet, this old Silk Route was used heavily to trade silk, fur and wool between Tibet and India, and hence such name of the route.

Location & How to Reach:

One can reach Rongli from Siliguri/NJP via Rongpo or via Kalimpong,Pedong,Reshikhola,Rhenok.

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