About Zuluk

Zuluk is a tiny village settlement at an altitude of 10,100 feet. It is located in the lower Himalayas of Eastern Sikkim on the historic old Silk Route which once connected India with Tibet. On the Indian side, the Silk route starts from Pedong in Kalimpong district and goes through places like Rhenock, Rongli, Zuluk, and northward to Nathang valley and Kupup, and Jelepla Pass was used to reach the beautiful Chumbi valley of Tibbet and then onward to Lhasa. 
Thambi View Point

Thambi View Point locate a few km north of Zuluk. Journey to Thambi View Point through the three-level winding road on the adjoining hills with unique geometrical curves make thrilling experiences for visitors.
Lungthang Pass

Lungthang Pass is located at an altitude of around 12,400 ft. above sea level and offers an exciting view of the Eastern Himalayas.
Memencho Lake

Menmecho Lake is a mountain lake located in the East Sikkim district in the state of Sikkim, India. It lies on the way to the Jelepla Pass and is situated at a distance of 20 kilometers ahead of Lake Tsomgo.
Tukla Valley

Tukla Valley is a well-known place to visit during touring in Old-Silk-Route and located at an elevation of 12500 feet.

Traces of Young husbands’ Track, who led the historical mission to Lhasa in 1903-04 are visible here. Kupup is the highest village in this region and was a well-known transit point during the Silk trade between India and Tibet.
Hati Lake

Hati Lake is another beautiful lake also known as Elephant Lake is near Kupup. It is called such as it’s shaped like an Elephant or Hati.
Adi Baba Mandir

Adi Baba Mandir was constructed in honor of SepoyBhajan Singh. It is believed that SepoyBhajan Singh met with an accident and died at this site.
Sunrise Point

Sunrise Point, which stands at a height of 10,600 feet, provides a beautiful view of the rising sun. Rays of the rising sun can be seen touching the snow-covered tip of the famous Khangchendzonga Range, located on the west.
Nag Temple

Nag temple is one of the most famous temples dedicated to the Nag Devta. Shaped like a cave, the temple houses a beautiful idol of King Cobra or Nag, which is a god in Hindu mythology.
Best Time To Visit Zuluk

Zuluk experiences an extremely cold climate in winter. From December onwards it starts snowing and from January onwards the roads often get blocked due to heavy snow. Temperature becomes sub-zero. And it remains under snow usually till April-end.  May to July is the monsoon time when you will not get much views due to fog and cloud. However August to October is the best time to visit Zulik when the entire place gets covered with colorful wild flowers, the sky remains clear and the views of the mountains are wonderful. 

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