Kurseong, West Bengal, India
Rishaan Cottages are newly made Homestays and promise to provide great hospitality and natural View of Himalayan hill range 3 Cottages available with attached bathroom and dining facilities including a lawn with a garden. The Homestay features furnished rooms with quest-friendly facilities including sofas and tea table.
1 night minimum stay
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.
Myself Saikat Sen, i am a bengali born and broght up in Kolkata, even i work in Kolkata with Vodafone Mobile Services Limited. My wife Mrs. Reshma rai Sen is belongs to Darjeeling, Sittong 1 and there we have our cottages with all mordern facilities.Even we own a car ( Tata Sumo Gold) which currently running from NJP to Sittong and many other tourist spots in North Bengal. Since the property is newly made we require your help ..
One of the most untouched parts of the Darjeeling Himalayan foothills, Sitong is a treasure yet to be discovered. This beautiful Lepcha village lies is a valley crisscrossed by a rivulet (Khola) and guarded by lush green hills. The whole village turns orange during the winter. Visiting Sitong is like time travelling – there’s a bamboo bridge, a church, some winding village paths skirting through orange orchards and few meandering streams and a rivulet, which the locals love to call Riyang River. The church guesthouse has been renovated with modern facilities to accommodate guests.
How to reach Sitong: There are three routes to reach Sitong. The shortest route (55 kms) is through Siliguri – Sevoke – Kalijhora and Latpanchar. The second route (78 kms) passes through Siliguri – Rambhi and Mongpoo. The third route (75 kms) is through Kurseong – Dilaram – Bagora and Ghareytar. The last leg of the journey to Sitong (last 15 kms) is quite steep.
Nearby attractions of Sittong: The house of Rabindranath Tagore at Mongpoo is just 20 kms away and Latpanchar – the highest point in Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary is 13 kms. from Sitong. Latpanchar is also known for being the home to the Himalayan Salamander and numerous species of birds and butterflies. Another attraction of Latpanchar is the endangered Rufous Necked Hornbill, which nests here every year between April and September. Other touristic destinations like Kurseong, Dilaram, Bagora are all within 20 kms of Sitong. Chatakpur, the picture-perfect village within the Senchal Wildlife Sanctuary is also within 30 kms. of Sittong.
Things to do in Sitong: Enjoy long nature walks along the villages and take a peek into the traditional lifestyle of the Lepchas, eat as many oranges as possible and visit the church to find some solace. You can enjoy a dip in the Riyang River and do some bird watching and butterfly watching too. You can also avail some light treks to the nearby Labda village and few nearby spots with a local guide.
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