Sikkim

A former Himalayan Kingdom, and now the 22nd state of the Indian Union, Sikkim is fast becoming a thriving travel destination for visitors from all over the world. Being one of the most peaceful states, with a geographical and ethnical diversity few regions can match, Sikkim now finds itself as a model tourism destination. Altitude ranging from 900ft to 28,000 ft above sea level, there is little to compete with in terms of biodiversity, where subtropical forests give way

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Dzongu

Dzongu, the special Lepcha reserve, lies in the North District of Sikkim amidst deep valleys and lush forests of the himalayas. An almost virgin territory with a scanty population of Sikkim's native inhabitants, it is a beautiful land of dense jungle groves and pristine glacial streams. There are numerous waterfalls cascading down steep cliffs and natural hot springs bubbling at the various creeks and caves. The area is remote yet easily accessed from the capital city of Gangtok.

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Contact us:

Registered Office- Yangkhor Villa, Below Denzong Regency Hotel,
Gangtok East Sikkim - 737101


munlomresorts@gmail.com


+91 9733300414 / +91 9547809690
+91 8906120300

Explore Dzongu / Getting Around Dzongu

Dzongu offers the discerning traveller a host of options. Whether it be simply unwinding at the canopy verandah with a cup of local 'lemon tea' or hiking through one of the many trails that meander through the forests ,one can be assured of an excellent get away from the humdrum of modern day existence.

A) HIKES and Day Walks: connected very well with old footpaths and footbridges, one of the best ways to explore the area is via guided walks. The Lepchas are known well for their indigenous knowledge . .

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