Nestled in the Darjeeling District of West Bengal and adjacent to Singalila National Park, Rimbik is an offbeat settlement you would absolutely love to visit. About 56 km distance away from Darjeeling Town and very close to India-Nepal Border, Rimbik is the trekker's paradise as several trekking routes are connected with this village. It acts as a hub for the trekkers trekking to Singalila National Park as well as Sandakhphu.
This offbeat settlement doesn't have many attractions to see and explore. However, these are the following things you can behold and enjoy in and around this village.
Being an offbeat destination, Rimbik has only one mode of accommodation which is homestay. The hosts of these homestays are well-behaved and quite friendly. The amenities you will get here are western toilets, electricity, spacious and sanitized rooms. Foods are locally sourced with both veg and non-veg options.
Although one can visit Rimbik at any months of the year, the ideal time to visit the village is between March, October, and November. The temperature ranges from 16 to 26 degrees Celsius. As a result, the weather is soothing and quite enjoyable.
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