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Reshi / Rongli / Lingtam / Zuluk / Nathang Valley – This destination are all on the  earlier known as Silk route during the pre historic period. Few home stays has been developed and the stay are with basic facilities. The place is worth visiting
 
Reshi – Situated just by the West Bengal and Sikkim border is in the Kalimpong subdivision of Darjeeling district.Guest interested with offbeat destinations and routes are welcome to Reshi Khola. Reshi is situated by the side of the stream known as Khola, a love for flora, fauna and landscapes, the desire enjoy the local cultures and traditions and the will to soak in the pristine beauty of nature. Reshi is good for short trek, birding, angling or just for leisure where one can hang around for couple of days. Hike to nearby village and enjoy the orchard or cultivation is one of the best possible option for a leisure tour.
 
Sightseeing from here means an excursion to Jelep La Pass. One can follow the Silk Route and enjoy the beauty of Lingtam village, Zuluk, Thambi View point, Laxmi Chowk, Nathang Valley, Tukla Kalapokhari, Tukla Baba Mandir, Tukla valley, and reach Kupup. Hathi Pokhari Lake is also nearby. Kupup is home to the World’s highest Golf course popularly known as the Yak Golf Course situated at an elevation of 13025 feet. Offbeat destinations have limited hotels, resorts or home stay hence early bookings are solicited. Vehicle for sightseeing, Stay and Transfer are all arranged by us hence to avoid disappointment.
 
Rongli – Rongli is a small town in East district of Sikkim. It is the second route perhaps the oldest route way to reach Kupup & Nathula in North Sikkim. Rongli & Rhenock (Another town on the way to Rongli) can be reached directly from Rongpo. Aritar is located jclose to the village of Chujachen. Rongli Town is the main hub of region with shops and establishment. Rongli to Gangtok via the silk route i.e. Lingtam, Zuluk or Reshi and through Phademchen view points, Dhupidara, Keukhola Water Falls, Ghambari Falls, Lungthung, Salamidara, Tukla Dara (Baba dham), Gnathung, Kupup, Sarathang and Nathula Pass, Changu Lake is quite fascinating. The regions have very few options for stay. The main options are in Reshi the Pradhan home stay, in Lingtam there is a Dolma home stay, in Zuluk there is Palden home stay, in Aritar there is a hotel called Aditya. Some of the new home stays are being developed by local people to make this route popular among tourist.
 
 Lingtam - Lingtam is a small village and perhaps one of the most clean and peaceful one. It is rich in traditional culture and nature, on the other hand it is economically backward and the agricultural production is very low. Tourism sector is one of the ways which help the local people for development. Permission for Jelep La Pass is issued from here. Lingtam Sightseeing includes Keukhola Water Falls, Ghambari Falls, Phademchen, Zaluk Dara, Aritar Lake and Rongli. One can enjoy the diversified flora and fauna. Scenic village with lovely setting will please any tourist. A trek route from Lingtam to Panglakha and further from Panglakha to Phademchen is quite thrilling. Offbeat destinations have limited hotels, resorts or home stay hence early bookings are solicited. Vehicle for sightseeing, Stay and Transfer are all arranged by us hence to avoid disappointment. Sunrise point (Ganek) near Zuluk, Nag Temple, Thambi Valley View point, Lungthung at about 12400 feet, Gnathang Valley, Adi Baba Mandir, Golf Course, Kalpokhori Lake, Tukla Valley, Memencho Lake and Tsomgo Lake are the major sightseeing point
 
 Zuluk – Zuluk is one of the most beautiful and scenic destination in this region.The regions have very few options for stay as this is not so developed a place. Gradually the route is gaining popularity among tourist. We are one of the best tour operators of the region working in this particular circuit from the year 2005. There are other options of staying in Pedong, Reshi Khola, Sillery Gaon and traveling to Jelep La pass on a one day or two night excursion. In Lingtam there is a Dolma home stay, in Zuluk there is Palden home stay, in Aritar there is a hotel called Aditya. Some of the new home stays are being developed by local people to make this route popular among tourist. Offbeat destinations have limited hotels, resorts or home stay hence early bookings are solicited. Vehicle for sightseeing, Stay and Transfer are all arranged by us hence to avoid disappointment. Sunrise point (Ganek) near Zuluk, Nag Temple, Thambi Valley View point, Lungthung at about 12400 feet, Gnathang Valley, Adi Baba Mandir, Golf Course, Kalpokhori Lake, Tukla Valley, Memencho Lake and Tsomgo Lake are the major sightseeing point
 
 Nathang Valley / Gnathang Valley – This is a valley on the route to Jelep La pass. This was a popular night stay for traders before crossing historical Jelep La – the old silk route to Lasha, Tibet. For last few years Zuluk situated at an altitude of over 10000 feet is once again getting popular as an offbeat tourist destination. Infrastructure is poor but that does not stop the enthusiasm of tourist heading in this direction. There are no hotels in Zuluk, but home stay cottages are available and it is worth staying very close to the simple and kind-hearted villagers. Places of interest in this historical Silk Route are many. Rongli to Gangtok via the silk route i.e. Lingtam, Zuluk or Reshi and through Phademchen view points, Dhupidara, Keukhola Water Falls, Ghambari Falls, Lungthung, Salamidara, Tukla Dara (Baba dham), Gnathung, Kupup, Sarathang and Nathula Pass, Changu Lake is quite fascinating. Railway tickets are issued well in advance by Indian Railways hence package bookings are done 2-4 months in advance. Offbeat destinations have limited hotels, resorts or home stay hence early bookings are solicited. Vehicle for sightseeing, Stay and Transfer are all arranged by us hence to avoid disappointment.