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Borong Homestay is located at Borong which is 18 km away from Ravangla town of South Sikkim. Nestled amidst the enchanting embrace of the Maenam Wildlife Sanctuary, Borong, a hidden gem in the heart of southern Sikkim, India, is a village that’s anything but ordinary. Perched at a dizzying altitude of 5,800 feet (1,770 meters), this charming hamlet beckons adventurers and nature enthusiasts with promises of a truly mesmerizing experience. Gaze upon the world from Borong, and you’ll feel like you’re standing on the rooftop of paradise. Snow-crowned peaks, including the majestic Kanchenjunga, the formidable Narsing, and the awe-inspiring Pandim, paint a picture of unspoiled natural grandeur that will leave you breathless. But Borong doesn’t stop at just jaw-dropping vistas; it’s a haven for those who crave the thrill of birdwatching. In this idyllic setting, you’ll find yourself in the midst of a vibrant avian symphony. The scarlet minivet, adorned in its brilliant hues, flits among the branches, while the elegant black magpie graces the sky with its presence. If you’re lucky, you might even spot the elusive Himalayan pheasant, a true testament to the area’s rich biodiversity. As if that’s not enough, Borong has something to satisfy the wanderlust in all of us. Numerous trekking trails crisscross the landscape, offering not only a chance to get up close and personal with the untamed beauty of the region but also access to more of those jaw-dropping mountain views. So, whether you’re a nature aficionado, a bird-watching enthusiast, or a trekking aficionado, Borong is your ticket to a world of awe-inspiring landscapes and unforgettable experiences. Pack your bags and embark on a journey to this hidden paradise—it’s waiting to enthrall you like never before!

Here are some of the things you can do in Borong:

  • Visit the Maenam Wildlife Sanctuary: The sanctuary is home to a variety of animals, including leopards, elephants, and tigers. There are also several hiking trails in the sanctuary.
  • Go birdwatching: Borong is a great place to go birdwatching. The village is home to over 200 species of birds, including the scarlet minivet, the black magpie, and the Himalayan pheasant.
  • Trek to Meenam Peak: Meenam Peak is a 6,000-foot (1,830 m) peak that offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains. The trek to the peak takes about 3 days.
  • Visit the Ralong Monastery: The Ralong Monastery is a Buddhist monastery that is located about 10 kilometers from Borong. The monastery is known for its beautiful architecture and its collection of Buddhist artifacts.
  • Relax in the hot springs: There are several hot springs in the area that are said to have medicinal properties.

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The best time to visit Borong.

  • The best time to visit Borong is during the spring (March-May) or autumn (September-November) months. The weather is pleasant during these months and there are fewer crowds.
  • If you are planning on doing any trekking, be sure to hire a guide. The trails can be difficult to navigate and there are wild animals in the area.
  • Be sure to pack warm clothes, even during the spring and autumn months. The temperature can drop significantly at night.
  •  Be sure to book your accommodation in advance, especially during the peak season.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Borong Homestay

Borong Homestay is a unique accommodation option in the picturesque village of Borong, located in the southern district of Sikkim, India. It offers travelers the opportunity to stay with local families, immersing themselves in the rich culture and natural beauty of the region.

To book a stay at North Sikkim Homestay, please contact us directly using the following contact information:

Phone: +91-8016183684, 7407598112 WhatsApp: +91-9749084190 Email: [email protected]

Accommodations at Borong Homestay usually include cozy rooms or cottages within local homes. These accommodations often provide basic amenities and a warm, welcoming atmosphere.

Guests can typically savor authentic Sikkimese cuisine prepared by their host families. Meals often feature locally sourced ingredients and dishes that showcase the flavors of the region.

Yes, Borong Homestay is suitable for all types of travelers. Whether you’re traveling solo, as a couple, or with your family, you can find accommodations and activities that cater to your needs.

Borong Homestay offers a range of activities, including guided treks in the surrounding mountains, birdwatching, and cultural experiences such as traditional dances and festivals. You can also explore nearby attractions like the Maenam Wildlife Sanctuary.

The best time to visit Borong Homestay is during the spring and autumn months, from March to May and September to November, when the weather is pleasant, and the natural beauty is at its peak. However, winter enthusiasts may also enjoy the snowy landscapes from December to February.

It’s advisable to check the weather conditions before your trip, pack appropriate clothing, and be prepared for variable mountain weather. Respect the local culture and customs, and be mindful of the environment by practicing responsible tourism.




Google Reviews

102 reviews
  • Moumita Mondal
    Moumita Mondal
    11 months ago

    Borong Nature Camp is one of the most best places to stay in Borong. The view of the Himalayas is marvelous, and the rooms are so clean and cozy. The staff are super kind and caring. They provide food that will remind you of your childhood.

  • Abhinaba Chakraborty
    Abhinaba Chakraborty
    10 months ago

    If you’re looking for a place to feel at peace, this is it. Borong Nature Camp provides all that is there to connect with yourself. I stayed here for a week (staycation due to some unavoidable circumstances), met some of the finest people and experienced some of the most peaceful moments of my life. I will most certainly visit here again when I need to do some soul searching.

  • Aparna DP
    Aparna DP
    a year ago

    The extra star is solely for the view. Location: It is a remote location and no bones are made about it being otherwise. As predictable in Sikkim, after a point the roads become bad. Someone mentioned Google map not giving the correct location and that is correct information. Property: My lasting impression is that low investment was a priority when putting together the property. The ragged furniture in the dining area, the way the kitchen is kept, the maintenance of the grounds, the material used to put together the rooms...all have given this impression. Rooms and maintenance: The first room we were shown to had bare minimum leg space, no storage space and no basin in the bathroom (It is installed outside the room). The room needed cleaning. The room we finally shifted into (We had the luxury of choosing because the other guests hadn't arrived) had more leg room, storage and basin inside the bathroom (It's funny how relieved such a basic thing made us!). A couple of the rooms we had looked into made us feel bad for whoever would have to be there. Food: On arrival, the lunch was just edible. We were expecting homely food but cooked by someone who knows how to cook. On speaking to the girl employed there, I learnt she was the cook for that meal and it was one of the few times she had ever cooked. At that point, we were searching for a positive spin to our stay at Borong Nature Camp. We found it & were thankful that we had booked for 1 night only! Having said that, dinner and breakfast were better experiences. Not great, just better. Service: The locals employed don't seem to have too long an experience that managing a place like this well, needs. They were dealing with their work in the way their limited experience had taught. During the time we spent there, no one of "manager" stature was there. So, if something needed looking into, there wasn't an experienced person to talk to. We handled what we could. The place is run in the same way many others are where the owner or manager is not present. The only saving grace is the view that is outside the window when one wakes up in the morning.

  • Sinchita Das
    Sinchita Das
    a year ago

    It was one of the finest place to be in.....awesome view and the feel of staying in the mountains is amazing...I just loved it. Unforgettable amazing experience. We felt like our own home. I am so much impressed with the host.very friendly people, i felt welcomed and got everything i need.

    a year ago

    Rooms ware not so clean. Toilets were very small and dirty, which is practically not usable, gyser was not working even during in the month of January. After informing the same to management, neither they respond properly, nor arranged hot water for us. Moreover they behaved most rudely.. Food was worst, complete tasteless. The cook, and the local management staff got irritated and became angry after complaining about the food quality. No room service available. Not served required quantity of food also after paying their scheduled charges. Overall service and staff's behavior are very bad, rooms, toiles, foods are also very bad, location is ok

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