RONGO-A hidden hamlet of DOOARS

RONGO-A hidden hamlet of DOOARS
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RONGO-A hidden hamlet of DOOARS





Rongo, the small village is situated on top of a hill at an altitude of 4500 feet near Bhutan boarder. Rongo or Rongu serve as the Headquarter of Cinchona Plantation under Kalimpong subdivision.

Rango,Dooars,

An evening at Rango

Now Cinchona plantation is gradually giving way to rubber plantation. Rongo offers beautiful views of surrounding hills, forests and Jaldhaka river valley.

Rongo,Dooars, West Bengal

View from Rango





Rongo

View

It is one of the doorway to the Neora Valley National Park. Most people are Buddhist and speak Nepali. A tiny remote village having a market, post office and few houses in its locality.

Rango,dooars,

Flower and bee

Rongo

Waterfall

The population of Rongu is about 500 people. Rongu does not feature as one of the most famous tourist destinations of  North Bengal. But the natural beauty of this hill and the hospitality of the local people draws many a travel enthusiasts to this less known hill station.

Rongo,Dooars

Home Stay





Staying option :

Two Home stays are there. All are well equipped and well maintained.

Rongo

Homestay

Homestay NameRongo WHITE HOUSE STAY

Owner: Anil Telaija and Suman rai

Cont 7076637019 and 8167812829 (don’t forget to tell our blog name to him while calling)

Email – aniltelaija.rongo@gmail.com
[AP – Rs. 1100/person (min 6 person)
Tariff: Room dbl bed Rs.1200.
Food Per Person Rs.500

Rongo

Homestay





Rongo

Homestay

Transportation:
New Mal junction to Rongo White house – Big Car 2500 / Small Car 1600
NJP to Homestay Big Car Rs. 3500 / Small Car Rs. 2800
Local sightseeing homestay to zeropoint – Van Rs. 400
Homestay to Jaldhaka nd Bindu – Big Car Rs. 2000/ Small car Rs. 1400
Two wheeler Rent – Self fuel, Rs.800 full day/ Rs.500 half day.

They have 6 rooms in total out of that 4 is attach toilets & bathrooms and two is nonattached toilet and bath.

Rongo

Homestay





Rongo,Dooars,

View from Home Stay

How to go:One can reach from Bagdogra Airport or New Jalpaiguri Railway Station via Siliguri along national highway 31 i.e. Dooars crossing Chalsa and turning left at Khunia More via Chapramari, Sepchu, Gairibas. From Gairibas an uneven motorable road turns towards left to Rongo nearly 7 kilometers to Rongo.

Rongo

Rongo





Rongo

Snow capped hills


About Author: 

Hi, I am Biswanath Sinha. I always love to travel,love to explore new destination. i travelled many places of India. Hope in future will inform you about many places.


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12 Comments

  1. Accommodation details

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    • Can you please tell me the tariff of rongo white housestay.. thank you.

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      • Really awesome…getting hungry to enjoy that beauty

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  2. beaituful place and wonderful write up… pls can you provide the name and phone no and tariff of the homestay….. sir pls reply at devjani80c@gmail.com

    thanks in advance
    devjani

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    • Call@7076637019 thanks

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  3. Can you please share the cost and contact number, if any, of the homestay?
    What is the nearest railhead?
    I have tickets upto Falakata in 3rd week if february. Would it be prudent to visit in such time with a 3 yr old?

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    • 7076637019 anil, host of homesta rongo white house stay…our nearest railway staion is new mal junction approx 35km. Thanks

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  4. What is the name of the other homestay?

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  5. How to reach rongo by share car from njp.

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    • Sorry no share car is available direct from njp to rongo

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  6. I am planning to visit on 3rd october 2019. I will be travelling by own car. Just want to know if the road is safe for self driving.

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    • Road is safe. You should not have face any problem.

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