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Yuksom Dzongri Trekking destination in sikkim
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10 Days & 9 Nights Goecha La Trekking Package
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9-Day Colonial Kolkata Tea Estate and Monasteries Private Tour
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9-Day Colonial Kolkata Tea Estate and Monasteries Private Tour

The private tour will begin in Kolkata a colonial city having many monuments of British Raj. Fly to Bagdogra the gateway to Darjeeling, Pelling, Gangtok & Kalimpong the hill town in East India, once a favorite Hill station for British & Scottish. Hike to Tiger Hill for sunrise view, enjoy joy ride on Darjeeling Himalayan Rail, walk in a tea estate, interact with locals, hop off to shops visit many monasteries the region.
US$1,332.27 per adult
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sayon s wrote a review Nov 2018
Boise, Idaho64 contributions23 helpful votes
Unless you are constrained by time go for Goechla . Dzongri is on the way and the top is a strenuous one hour hike to summit. Both gives you splendid views of the mountain ranges. Goechla gives you the complete view of Kanchenjhunga and closer.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Ajit N wrote a review Jun 2017
Dubai, United Arab Emirates80 contributions15 helpful votes
4200 metres above MSL is the amazing Dzongri. From the Dzongri top we can have the first view of mighty Mt. Kanchandzonga!!! The climb from Tshoka is tough till Devralia top. But its worth the effort!!
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Date of experience: April 2017
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TAMOJIT2014 wrote a review Jan 2017
Kolkata (Calcutta), India321 contributions67 helpful votes
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We have gone from South Dum Adventure trekkers Welfare Association -- total 10 people at end of April. At start there were rains incessantly from very start day i.e. from yuksum. We carried all rucksacks covered with raincoats and could not rest for a while at least due to leeches. First days rest was at Bakhim at a guest house. Next day the rain was slow and morning sun gave us help in drying somewhat the contents of rucksack till we start for Dzongri via tsoka. that was a long walk and we took one days rest at Dzongri on next day. Dzongri top was somewhat cloudy and we were somewhat disappointed and spent the day in leisure. 4th Day was to move to Thansing via kokchurang. Snow started on the way while we marched past from kokchurang. and reached thansing within next 40 minutes. That night heavy snowfall made the tents crumbled and we took shelter in the trekkers hut. next day was to go till lamuney only 4 km. This day was a straight walk. and to go to the only hut kept for shepherds. keeping in mind we took at the shepherds hut for the night. 6th day was to wake early at 4 am to venture for goachala top. that day heavy snow was there from samity lake and just after sunrise we reached all 10 to the 1st view point of goachala. After taking some snaps some of us decided to move back to lamuney. 5 of us decided to go further to 2nd view point. after descending a curve down to almost 200ft at 60 degree we reached a level path covered with snow and that place was jemathang. snow covered path became more hardy as we moved more and reached at the foot of next view point. there was gravel path and a steep path towards the 2nd view point. there was a lake like samity lake but bigger in size. We then descended till lamuney where we took lunch and start to descend to spent the night at thansing again.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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jkkartha wrote a review Nov 2016
Kochi (Cochin), India266 contributions25 helpful votes
Dzongri can be reached by two days hard trek. The place is ideal to blend with the wilderness of eastern Himalayas.
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Date of experience: May 2016
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Ted G wrote a review Jun 2016
Shellharbour, Australia15 contributions4 helpful votes
Dzongri is a series of interlinked grassy meadows in the midst of deep ravines and mountains. It is almost as if it shouldn't be there and is a real surprise after the slog up the steep heavily wooded track on the way in. Views of Kanchenjunga and other peaks from a convenient hill are superb.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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