Jhandi: The link between the hills and the valley
A lone pinewood cottage with accommodation for up to 8 persons is the haven of peace and tranquility. The Nathula range greets you from the attic rooms’ glass walls and the Kanchendzonga says ‘hello’ on a sun-kissed morning. Nights are made of yellow fog, bonfires, whispers of the Zephyr and the warmth of comfortable blankets. Surrounding you are mists, mountains, moments and mountain music. A must go find from our side
Place Code: BE 1749
Check In: 11.00 AM
Check Out: 10.00 AM
Trekking through the pine forest.
Watching the Himalayan birds like Blue Whistling Thrush.
Walk among the tea gardens.
Enjoy a picnic at Loleygaon or Fafarkheti.
The Lava Buddhist Monastery just 9 kilometers away
1000 armed Avalokiteshwara temple within the monastery premises, and various scriptures and figurines of important Buddhist religion
Changey Waterfalls with the lavish greenery surrounding it.
Fafarkheti in Gorubathan area is a picture-perfect village and an ideal picnic spot with the meandering Chel River
The ruins of Dalim Fort
How to reach Jhandi
Visitors may travel from Siliguri, and take the winding road through the Mahananda forest, and travel up to Sevoke. After crossing Sevoke, you can continue over the Coronation Bridge and continue straight. It takes approximately 1.5 hours to reach Fagu from the New Mal Railway Station. You can also reach Fagu from Kalimpong via Lava. Fagu is around 32 kilometers from Malbazar and 87 kilometers distance from Siliguri.
Cost INR 1850 + 5% GST per day per headincluding all meals.
Child Policy: Kids between 1 to 5 years are complimentary, Kids between 6 to 9 years will be charged at half price and Kids form 10 years will be charged as an adult.
Car cost :
NJP to Upper fagu: INR 2500 Approx per car (one way)