Visitors come to visit the Buddhist monastery at Tingvong.

While in Dzongu you will enjoy the immense diversity of plants and wildlife.


cardamom drying

Drying Cardamom

While in Dzongu you will be able to learn about Lepcha culture and lifestyles, the immense diversity of plants and wildlife and enjoy the rich, lush tropical mountain scenery. The forests around Khangchendzonga are some of the most biologically diverse in India, and contain over 30 species of rhododendrons, 400 species of orchids and many other flowering plants. Together with the Khangchendzonga Biosphere Reserve to the west, the combined area also contains a large proportion of the 144 mammals, 300 plus birds, and 400 and more butterflies recorded in Sikkim alone.

A local English-speaking guide will accompany you throughout your visit and guide you through one or more of the following attractions:

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