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Zuluk Homestay, East Sikkim. Stay in Zuluk Homestay for the best service and accommodation. Find rates and contact details. Contact No. +91-8016183684

The Homestay

Zuluk Homestay is the emerging offbeat homestay in Zuluk, especially for the view of the eastern Himalayan mountain range called Mt. Kanchenjunga. Historically the place Zuluk used to be a trade route for silk or a night camp for traders who used to travel between Kalimpong and Tibet. Zuluk lies at an altitude of 9,400 feet. The temperature during summer would be 20°Celcius and snowfall during winter will be up to 1 meter. The practice of Tourism and pottery is the only means of earning a livelihood in Zuluk. The homestay Zuluk offers basic amenities with a bed and basic meals for travelers who are willing to stay at Zuluk due to several challenges like road connectivity or rough terrain it will be better if one might not expect any luxury stay but at the same time, one can really take advantage of taking pollution free air and a homely treatment from the homestay.

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How To Get a Permit For Zuluk

Due to its location in a restricted area, tourists need to obtain a special Inner Line Permit to access Zuluk. To obtain the Inner Line Permit, tourists are required to carry specific documents.
  • Adults must have a passport or a Voter ID card, whereas children below the age of 18 must carry a passport or a birth certificate, along with one photo ID card (such as a school ID or an Aadhar card).
  • Tourists must carry four copies of their passport-size photo and four photocopies of the above-mentioned documents.
To apply for the Inner Line Permit, tourists can visit the Sikkim Tourism Office or apply online on the Sikkim Tourism website. The online application process is simple and hassle-free, and tourists can obtain the permit within a few days of applying. It is important to note that the Inner Line Permit is valid for a limited period, usually 15 days, and tourists must plan their trip accordingly. Additionally, tourists must carry the permit with them at all times during their stay in Zuluk, as it is subject to inspection by the local authorities.

Best time to visit Zuluk

October to February — winter, cold, and snow. March to May — cold. June to September — the monsoon season.

How to reach Zuluk



  • NJP (134 km | 5 hours)



Frequently Asked Question's (FAQ's) on Zuluk Homestay.

Zuluk Homestay is a small, family-run homestay located in the village of Zuluk, in the East Sikkim district of India. The homestay offers guests a unique opportunity to experience traditional Sikkimese village life, while also enjoying stunning views of the surrounding mountains.

Zuluk Homestay offers guests a variety of facilities, including comfortable rooms, attached bathrooms, a dining room, a kitchen.

There are a variety of activities available to guests at Zuluk Homestay, including hiking, biking, trekking, camping, birdwatching, and yoga.

 The best time to visit Zuluk Homestay is during the spring (March-May) or fall (September-November). During these times, the weather is mild and there are fewer crowds.

To book a stay, please contact us directly using the following contact information:

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

The prices for a stay at Zuluk Homestay vary depending on the time of year and the length of stay. However, prices typically start around Rupees 1500 per pax with inclusion of breakfast and dinner.

The cancellation policies for Zuluk Homestay vary depending on the time of year. However, guests are generally required to give at least 30 days notice for cancellations.


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120 reviews
  • Trisha Saha
    Trisha Saha
    3 months ago

    In this cold place their service should be more developed & humble behavior. didn't even get extra blankets or candles for loadshedding..

  • Saikat Mukherjee
    Saikat Mukherjee
    a year ago

    Place is good. Rooms are nice and view from room is also good but this place is too much lower than main road. We have to use 100 stairs. Food quality is not good. I think they didnot know how to cook chicken and other items.

  • Soumyadeep Sarkar
    Soumyadeep Sarkar
    2 years ago

    Zuluk had really chilly weather. The warmth of the welcome at the home stay makes you happy after a long drive. We reached earlier than the schedule, yet they the owner couple didn't wait for our refreshments. We booked only dinner and the breakfast next day, yet they prepared ready mix soup and fresh veg fritters just for our early arrival. Rooms are decent and cozy, but basic as we expected. It was too cold to take off our clothes, it's quite enough for a nights sleep. They don't have geyser. But they brought us hot water when we asked. Both in the evening and the next morning. Foods cooked were hot fresh and homely. We observed that the region cooks on a low salt ratio. But all foods were quite filling and the heat was required to cut the chills, you can also try the local 🌶️

  • Payel Chatterjee Roy

    One of the best homestay and service we got hear and the food was just wowwww and yummy. We were in Tibetaian Homestay of Mr Namgyal. His mom is a excellent cook there reception and services was excellent. Pls pls pls stay here once i am definite you will love it.

  • Hariprasad Nayak
    Hariprasad Nayak
    6 years ago

    Awesome place with very well maintained guestrooms. The owner himself came down in the morning to prepare breakfast which was overwhelming. Enjoyed every bit of the nature here.

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