Yuksom Homestay

A West Sikkim homestay with fresh air to breath and fresh food to eat

Yuksom Homestay, a traditional Sikkimese home in West Sikkim with clean, cozy, complete pollution free accommodation very close to nature with organic food served

For your upcoming vacation, pack not for a destination commercially rich but culturally rich. The ancient Capital of Sikkim, Yuksom is a small hamlet, far from the madding crowd in the western part of Sikkim, ever-ready to welcome you with its bountiful natural treasures, with clouds playing hide and seek through your windows. Interestingly, Yuksom means “the meeting place of 3 Lamas”, serves also as a base camp for the very famous Dzongri and Goechela trek. The property promises every bit of Sikkimese hospitality with guidance in abundance about the locally hidden gems, noticeably scarce in hotels of luxury. If living like a local, eating like a local, sleeping like a local and exploring like a local were ever in your bucket list, and then this is your place to be.

Accommodation : Up to 6 people can accommodate.


Check In : 12.00 PM
Check out: 11.00 AM

Outdoor Activities

Indulge yourself in the property’s own museum, showcasing locally made rare handicrafts which are traditionally used even today.

The property has a vegan kitchen and organic garden full of freshly grown vegetables.

The lush green forest around provides ample scope for all avid bird lovers to watch the Himalayan birds.

Visit the oldest Dubdi Monastery amidst scenic greenery, just half an hours walk from the property.

The gateway of famous treks like Dzongri, Goechela and Singalila is Yoksom.

Kachupuri Lake is a 10 km steep trek from Yuksom, meant for all in need of adventure.

Nearby Attractions

Kartok Monastery named after a lama who was present in the coronation ceremony of the first king of Sikkim.

Kecheopalri Lake, the sacred lake situated deep in the woods. It is a clean water Lake which has been considered a pilgrim spot from time perennial. Also, the Chho-Tso festival is celebrated here in October.

Kangchendzonga National Park conserves various species of birds, snow leopards, sloth bear, black bear, red panda etc.

Tashi Teenka, a royal heritage site offers a 360-degree view of entire city.

Tashiding Monastery, Kanchenjunga Falls, Singshore Bridge, Mani Hall are some other popular destinations.

Best time to visit

This place welcomes you throughout the year but best if visited twice in a year which is from March to May and October to Mid-December.

How to reach

One can reach Yuksom by Air, Rail or Road.

By Air: Pakyong Airport of Sikkim is the nearest Airport and it distances 130 KMS which will take 6hrs from Yuksom where the property belongs.

By Rail: NJP in Siliguri (148 km takes up to 3hrs) is the nearest rail station since there is no other in Yuksom. One can hire a private vehicle from NJP.

By Road: Geyzing bus stop is the nearest which is 45 KMS from Yuksom.

Pocket Pinch

Room Rates are INR 1250 + 5% GST only for rooms including breakfast

INR 1400 + 5% GST only for cottage including breakfast

Child Policy
Child below 6 years no charge
Child from 5-10 years- half price
Child above 10 years- Full charge

Sightseeing Package
The Resort organizes sightseeing according to your schedule (if any), and that is to be finalized directly with the person in charge, prior to your travel.

Places you can visit along with : Rinchenpong Village Warm StayPelling Home StayHEE Mountain Resort

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