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Alafiia Zuluk Village Homestay

Nestled amidst the captivating landscapes of Zuluk Village, Alafiia Homestay is the epitome of tranquility and hospitality. If you're seeking an authentic and immersive homestay experience in the heart of the Himalayas, your ideal destination awaits. Join us on a journey to explore the charm of Zuluk Village and discover why Alafiia is renowned as the best homestay in Zuluk.

Homestay in Zuluk: Embracing Nature's Essence

Alafiia Homestay goes beyond providing a place to stay; it offers an escape into the untouched beauty of Zuluk Village. Surrounded by lush greenery and majestic mountains, our homestay is your gateway to the serenity of nature. Immerse yourself in the Himalayan charm, waking up to the delightful symphony of birdsong and panoramic vistas.

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Best Homestay in Zuluk: Unparalleled Comfort and Hospitality

Recognized as the best homestay in Zuluk, Alafiia ensures that every guest experiences unrivaled comfort and warm hospitality. Our snug accommodations are designed to evoke a sense of home while offering a unique blend of comfort and the distinctive charm of Zuluk's landscape. Expect impeccable service and personalized attention throughout your stay.

An Unmatched Homestay Experience

Alafiia Homestay transcends the typical lodging experience. We provide an immersive journey that allows you to connect with the local culture and traditions of Zuluk Village. From delectable home-cooked meals featuring local flavors to guided tours unveiling the hidden gems of the region, your stay promises to be a collection of memories that linger long after you leave.

Zuluk Homestay: Your Hub for Himalayan Adventures

Zuluk is your gateway to myriad Himalayan adventures, and Alafiia Homestay places you right at the heart of it all. Whether you're an enthusiastic trekker, a nature lover, or simply seeking a tranquil retreat, our homestay serves as the ideal launching pad for exploring the diverse landscapes and cultural richness of Zuluk Village.

The Distinctive Allure of Alafiia: Elevating Your Zuluk Experience

What distinguishes Alafiia as the best homestay in Zuluk? It's our unwavering commitment to providing an unparalleled experience. From thoughtfully appointed rooms boasting breathtaking views to personalized services catering to your every need, we take pride in ensuring that your stay with us surpasses all expectations.

 

Embark on a journey of tranquility and exploration with Alafiia Homestay in Zuluk Village. As the best homestay in Zuluk, we extend an invitation to experience the warmth of Himalayan hospitality amid the captivating beauty of this serene destination. Secure your stay at Alafiia and let the tranquility of Zuluk Village etch a lasting memory in your heart

Amenities

  • Secured
    Secured
  • Shower
    Shower
  • Western Toilet
    Western Toilet
  • Welcome Drinks
    Welcome Drinks
  • parking
    Parking
  • Drinking Water
    Drinking Water
  • Forest Hike
    Forest Hike (Paid)
  • Village Hiking
    Village Hiking
  • Wild Life
    Wild Life
  • National Park
    National Park
  • food
    Taste local foods
  • skiing
    Skiing
  • Shalpata Chicken
    Chicken Fry (Paid)
  • Breakfast
    Breakfast
  • Lunch
    Lunch
  • Evening Snaks
    Evening Snaks
  • Dinner
    Dinner
  • Campfire
    Campfire (Paid)
  • Electricity
    Electricity
  • Homes
    Homes
  • Waterfalls Trekking
    Waterfall
  • Mountain Road
    Silk Route
  • Ajodhya Pahar Sightseeing
    Sightseeing (Paid)
  • monastery
    Monastery
  • room-heater
    Room Heater (₹ 400 8pm-8am)
  • Bed & Blankets
    Bed & Blankets
  • Hot Water
    Hot Water
  • Online Payment Accepted
    Online Payment Accepted
  • Hangout Area
    Hangout Area
  • Family Friendly
    Family Friendly
  • Pet Friendly
    Pet Friendly
  • Car Booking
    Car Booking Facility
  • Pickup
    Pickup (Paid)
  • Bird Watching
    Bird Watching
  • forest walk
    Night Walk
  • guide
    Guide (Paid)
  • Secured
    Secured
  • Shower
    Shower
  • Western Toilet
    Western Toilet
  • Welcome Drinks
    Welcome Drinks
  • parking
    Parking
  • Drinking Water
    Drinking Water
  • Forest Hike
    Forest Hike (Paid)
  • Village Hiking
    Village Hiking
  • Wild Life
    Wild Life
  • National Park
    National Park
  • food
    Taste local foods
  • skiing
    Skiing
  • Shalpata Chicken
    Chicken Fry (₹500)
  • Bed & Blankets
    Bed & Blankets
  • Hot Water
    Hot Water
  • Online Payment Accepted
    Online Payment Accepted
  • Hangout Area
    Hangout Area
  • Family Friendly
    Family Friendly
  • Pet Friendly
    Pet Friendly
  • Breakfast
    Breakfast
  • Lunch
    Lunch
  • Evening Snaks
    Evening Snaks
  • Dinner
    Dinner
  • Campfire
    Campfire (Paid)
  • Electricity
    Electricity
  • Homes
    Homes
  • Waterfalls Trekking
    Waterfall
  • Mountain Road
    Silk Route
  • Ajodhya Pahar Sightseeing
    Sightseeing (Paid)
  • monastery
    Monastery
  • room-heater
    Room Heater (₹400 8pm-8am)
  • guide
    Guide (Paid)
  • forest walk
    Night Walk
  • Bird Watching
    Bird Watching
  • Pickup
    Pickup (Paid)
  • Car Booking
    Car Booking Facility
Bird Watching
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Bird Watching

High Altitude Mountain Lakes

Trekking

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Sightseeing

Wild Life

East Sikkim Sightseeing

Bird Watching
Lake
Treking-min
Wild Life copy
Sightseeing

Bird Watching

High Altitude Mountain Lakes

Trekking

Wild Life

East Sikkim Sightseeing

Check-in Time : 12:00 PM

Check-out Time : 10:00 AM

1. Thambi View Point
Your car will start scaling high mountains as soon as you get to Zuluk. To travel the 14 km distance to the Thambi vantage point, the famed Zig Zag Street makes a few dozen turns and curves. At 11,200 feet in elevation, it offers a breathtaking sunrise vista. From here, one can see the entire eastern Himalaya, including the Kanchenjunga. You will be surrounded by a dense, unexplored, and unaltered backwoods here, free from the influences of modernity. Additionally, you can spend time here looking for large, colorful winged species like the Satyr Tragopan or the Himalayan Monal. You can also aimlessly wander around looking for the first silk course. In many places, the stone-cleared street remains unaltered.

You can make a pit stop at the location where a group of locals are said to have seen the Yeti while en route to Thambi View Point. As you sit by the small fire in the night time under the open twilight sky, the tales of "Yeti," "Bonzhakri," and other ancient tales sound incredibly plausible. You should undoubtedly take some time to listen to these residents' legends while you are in Zuluk.

2. Lungthung
Lungthung, which is located 4 kilometers (4 km) ahead of Zuluk and sits at a height of 13,000 feet. Your risky, difficult journey comes to an end here as you start to follow the mountain edges. As you continue on your journey, you will also pass through two or three lovely, small tea estates. Those who fled from Tibet after the Chinese invasion make up a large portion of the population in Lungthung. If you're interested in learning more about the past, some elderly people might still be able to tell you about those times.

3. Tukla
Tukla, famous for the Battle of Tukla, is located about 4 kilometers in front of Lungthung. Through this route, a sudden British military force led by Lt. Col. Francis Younghusband invaded Tibet in 1903. The Tukla conflict started when they encountered fierce resistance from the Tibetan forces. During this encounter, numerous Tibetan warriors suffered and perished. Here, a memorial has been erected as a mark of respect for the soldiers.

4. Nathang Valley
A high altitude hamlet at 13,500 feet above sea level, Nathang Valley (also known as Gnathang Valley) is encircled by Himalayan mountains covered in snow. In the Indian portion of the Old Silk Route, it is the highest populated location. The Nathang Valley is a cold desert because it is snow-covered for more than half the year, from November to April, and the average temperature is below freezing. The colour of Nathang Valley varies throughout the year; in winter, it is covered in a thick layer of snow; in the monsoon, from June to September, it is abundant with both well-known and unidentified flowers; but in the fall, between October and November, when the grassland has dried up, it takes on a golden hue. Some migrating birds stop here for a few months before winter and then fly to another location.

5. Old Baba Mandir
The Old Baba Mandir, which you can also visit on the way back, should be your next destination. The Old Baba Mandir is less touristy and more authentic. Here, everything from Baba Harbhajan Singh's first bunker to his clothes, bed, and composing work place is protected. There is a Baba Harbhajan Singh temple nearby.

6. Kupup
You may get to Kupup by traveling about 5 km from the intersection of Nathang Valley and Baba Mandir streets. This location is well-known for a number of reasons, including the Indian Army's yak golf course, which is regarded as the most incredible in the world (13025 feet, 3970 meter). Privately referred to as Hatisure, the Kupup Lake is shaped like the elephant or Hati.

7. Memenchu Lake
Memenchu Lake may be seen to your left about a kilometer before you get to Baba Mandir. Baba Mandir is where the road to Memenchu starts, but getting there requires a special authorization. The lakeside has a house where you can stay the night.

8. Kalpokhari Lake
One of the nicest lakes in Sikkim is Kalpokhari Lake, which is surrounded by gorgeous mountain scenery and unspoiled wilderness. Wintertime sees the Lake freeze over, creating a picturesque site to see. The greatest time to see it in all its splendor, with lush green valleys and brilliant flowers blooming everywhere, is during the summer and spring seasons.

9. Tsomgo Lake
Welcome to the most picturesque Zuluk tourist destination, which was created naturally when snow melted and displays breathtaking valley views. The lake's recreational activities, such as yak rides, drinking tea or having a platter of food while relaxing by the water, are among its best features. You get to decide how you want to spend your time near the lake. But don't forget to bring your camera!

10. Nag Temple
The Nag temple is a structure resembling a cave and is devoted to Nag Devta, the snake god. There are theories that the temple evolved gradually over time. A large idol of King Cobra or Nag, which is revered by the people, is kept in the shrine.

11. Nathula Pass
The mountain pass known as Nathu La connects India and Tibet Autonomous Region. 14,140 feet above sea level is the enormous height at which the pass is located. The pass was crucial because it served as a hub for trade along the Old Silk Route until 1962.

12:00 AM : Check-in & Accommodation allotment with Welcome Drinks
02:00 P.M : Lunch
06:30 PM : Evening Snacks & Campfire
09:30 PM : Dinner
10:00 PM : All Closing time

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08:30 AM : Breakfast
10:00 AM : Check-Out

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We provide a unique type of hospitality where guests can experience the local ambiance and culture by staying in a home like a local of the region to which they are visiting. We treat our guests like family and ensure that their safety and care is always a priority.

For single person price may vary
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Zuluk Nirmala Homestay

We provide a unique type of hospitality where guests can experience the local ambiance and culture by staying in a home like a local of the region to which they are visiting. We treat our guests like family and ensure that their safety and care is always a priority.

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Alafiia Zuluk Homestay

Att Bath, Proper Bed Blanket, Charging Facility, Western Toilet, Geyser, Hot Water, Table chair set, Fooding, Mountain View, Room Heater

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Location

Reach by air

Bagdogra has the closest airport to Zuluk. It takes 5 hours to drive from Bagdogra Airport to Zuluk. Most of Bengal's major airports are well connected to Bagdogra Airport. Therefore, getting on a plane to Bagdogra won't be an issue at all. Zuluk and Bagdogra are separated by 147 kilometers of land.

Reach by train

New Jalpaiguri Railway Station (NJP) is the railroad station closest to Zuluk. Even better, one can board a train at Siliguri, a well-known adjacent railroad station. To go to Zuluk from NJP, the travel takes about 5 hours. NJP and Zuluk are separated by a 144-kilometer distance.

Reach by car

With the help of North Bengal Tourism's car rental service, visitors can easily and affordably hire a car from NJP or Bagdogra to get to Zuluk. To cut down on the time it takes to get to this interesting valley, tourists might choose to spend the night in Gangtok.

  • ✓ All guests must carry valid photo ID's (Passport/Driving License/Voter ID Card). PAN Card is not accepted at many places as a valid photo ID.
  • ✓ Check-in and check-out times at hotels would be as per hotel policies. These are generally pre-decided as per operation schedules.
  • ✓ Standard check-in time is 12 PM, and the standard check-out time is 10 AM. Early check-in and late check-out requests are subject to availability and may also attract an additional fee at the property's discretion.
  • ✓ If group behaviour is deemed unfit at the property, the Alafiia Property Manager, upon subjective evaluation, retains the full right to take required action, which may also result in an on-spot cancellation without refunds.
  • ✓ We follow a self-help policy and do not provide luggage assistance or room services.
  • ✓ Alcohol consumption is permitted on the premises as per the property's discretion and local laws. Outside alcohol consumption is not allowed in dorm rooms and common areas. However, it can be consumed in private rooms.
  • ✓ Children below 18 are only permitted with guardians.
  • ✓ We only accept a government ID as valid identification
  • ✓ Do not smoke inside the tent.
  • ✓ You will be charged for any damage or harm to the property caused by you or by your guests.
  • ✓ Guests are responsible for their own safety and the safety of their belongings during their stay or trip.
  • ✓ Not allowed loud music 
  • ✓ Not allowed openly or loudly consume alcohol
  • ✓ Must dinner have to 9.30pm
  • ✓ Do not expect modern facilities out there as this is an economically poor village and people out there are providing homestay for last few years only. Rooms are ok type, running water, commode in bath room but no TV and Geyser. Hot water will be provided on demand.
  • ✓ If you have breathing issues avoid staying at Gnathang Vally, stay in Zuluk. On the way to Kupup visit Gnathang.
  • ✓ Do not think too much just take precautions and enjoy your holoday.
Cancellation charges are like: -
  • ✓ 0 - 2 days NO REFUND
  • ✓ 3 - 10 days 400/- Per Head Per Day
  • ✓ 11 and above 300/- Per Head Per Day
Rescheduling charges are like: -
  • ✓ 0 days (on check-in date)No Rescheduling & Refund
  • ✓ 1 - 3 days 300/- Per Head Per Day
  • ✓ 4 - 30 days and above 200/- Per Head Per Day
If you want to cancel your booking due to any Natural Disaster or COVID-19 or Due to harsh weather conditions, homestays & camps located in remote regions have to make preparations for your stay much in advance. The booking amount is 100% refundable if a cancellation is made 15 days prior to the Commencement or Check-In date. For cancellations made within 15 days from the date of trip Commencement or Check-In, no refund will be applicable.  In case you wish to cancel or rescheduling your plan please email us at contact@alafiia.com or Call 7407700920

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