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We visited last year during our anniversary and was treated to an authentic Lepcha cultural performance - couldn't have asked for a better celebration! Remembering it again this year as we celebrate our anniversary again. We had a lovely experience among the natural beauty of...More
The Lepcha's are a shy but very hospitable people. If you decide to take the long journey to visit their village and stay at one of their homes, you are sure to have a memorable experience. From the views of Mount Kanchenzonga to the self-sufficiency...More
Staying in a faraway land was in itself a wonderful experience. Dupden's family is very warm n caring. When you visit Dzongu, do visit Kursong. Its an uphill village. The walk was a 'bit' tiring... BUT ITS DEFINITELY WORTH IT!! The view of Mt Pandim...More
We stayed with Dupden Lepcha's family for 2 nights. It was great homestay experience with lepchas. Very calm and serene place.
They cooked organic food - Everything tasted different. Yes the food options are limited. They do serve the Rice Millet Beer all day. They...More
I wish to travel to Dzongu with my family in late December/Jan. Would like information on :
1. Home Stay availability
2. Travel possibilities from NJP/Siliguri to Dzongu
3. Local sightseeing.
February 7, 2016|
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What will it cost for dzongu homestay for 1 night including food stay and car....???