Come to Sikkim, Discover yourself.
70 km away from Gangtok in North Sikkim is Dzongu, an area reserved for the Lepchas, the original inhabitants of Sikkim. Bordering the Kanchenjunga Biosphere Reserve and at an elevation ranging between 3000 ft and 20,000 ft above sea level, Dzongu still retains an air of exclusivity. The Lepcha Communities in Dzongu live in relative isolation from the outside world with their own traditional practice and believe.
30 minutes ahead of Dzongu is the Seven Sisters Waterfall, seven waterfalls falling down cliffs amidst dense forests, it is a sight to behold. Dzongu is surrounded with panoramic views of Mt. Kanchenjunga and is particularly rich in flora and fauna.
At an altitude of 4,200 m Dzongri is among the best trekking destinations not only in Sikkim but also in India. The sights of the milky white peaks all around Dzongri are bound to keep you gazing with awe. The view from this place has too much to be recommended: a patchwork of green and gold streaked with blue – reminiscent of an abstract etching, framed by the majestic snow-capped peaks shining not very far away.