Away from the hustle and bustle of city Kaluk a quaint settlement in the Western Region of Sikkim has become place to find solitude midst nature. It is located in the foothills of Eastern Himalayas.
Kaluk at an altitude of 5600 ft is known for its tranquil ambiance and surreal view of Mt Kanchenjunga. Enriched by abundant of natural beauty Kaluk is a new found gem in the Eco-tourism of Sikkim. The quaint village of Kaluk with its rich history, culture, nature, and religious ethic has made it one of the must places in Sikkim.
With the Kaluk Sikkim Tour Package of North Bengal Tourism travelers can explore the pictorial hamlet of Kaluk and the tourist attraction near it at a reasonable price.
Being one of the famous places to visit in Sikkim, there are many cozy home stays and budget hotels in Kaluk. With hotel booking service of North Bengal Tourism visitors can save their time and money and easily book a place to stay in Kaluk according to their liking and budget.
By Air: The nearest airport of Kaluk is in Bagdogra. From Bagdogra airport it an approx 4½hrs journey to reach Kaluk.
Distance: The distance between Bagdogra to Kaluk is 125 kilometers.
By Rail: The nearest railway station of Kaluk is New Jalpaiguri Railway Station (NJP). It is an overall 4½hrs journey to reach Kaluk from NJP.
Distance: The distance between NJP to Kaluk is 121 kilometers.
Traveler can cover this distance to reach Kaluk by directly hiring a car from NJP or Bagdogra. With car rental service of North Bengal Tourism, travelers can easily hire a taxi from NJP to Kaluk or rent a car from Bagdogra to Kaluk at a reasonable price.
Some travelers also overnight halt in Gangtok or Pelling to breakdown the journey time to reach Kaluk.
Distance: The distance between Gangtok to Kaluk is 104 kilometers and the distance between Pelling to Kaluk is 38 kilometers.
April to June: During this time of the year, visitors can witness the vibrant vista of Rhododendron in varsey sanctuary from Kaluk.
July to September: During this time of the year, Kaluk is shrouded beneath the white mist and if not drenched by the average rainfall.
October to March: During this time of the year, visitors can partake in bird watching and trekking in Kaluk while beckoning the amazing view of snow capped Khangchendzonga looming above the hill enclosing Kaluk.