Mr.Lakpa Tamang is a young and energetic host, committed to providing guests with genuine hospitality which encourages them to wish to return. He is ably supported by his wife in this. Together, the young couple, along with Lakpa's parents, make you feel totally at home.
Lakpa is born and brought up in Rangaroon village. His wife too is indigenous to the area.Even More...
Most visitors come here to relax and enjoy the natural beauty of the surrounding and the pleasant weather. The village people are very friendly and walking in and around the village under the watchful eye of the Kanchenjunga, the guardian deity of the hills, is an experience you will cherish for a lifetime. Birders can spot a few variety of avian species.
The main activity here is village walks. If you are slightly adventurous, you can walk down to Rungdung khola [meaning river] for some fishing. You can take some packed food from the homestay and enjoy a picnic lunch next to the river. Keen trekkers can hike to Dawaipani through a forest trail.Even More...
You can drive to Darjeeling town for visiting the sightseeing places there. If you are an early riser, you can leave at about 3 am to visit the sunrise point at Tiger Hill.
You can walk to Mata Singha Mandir, a 15-20 minutes climb up. Other places you can visit are Takdah, Tinchule, Lamahatta.Even More...
At about 6000 feet, Rangaroon enjoys pleasant weather all year round. Temperatures would range between...
At about 6000 feet, Rangaroon enjoys pleasant weather all year round. Temperatures would range between a maximum of 28 degrees and a minimum of 2 degrees. You are recommended to carry some light woollens in summer and heavy woollens in winter.
Rangaroon, Rangaroong, Rai Gurung, Rangeyroong – all these names suggest a beautiful village less than 20 kms from Darjeeling town. The attraction of the place is its proximity to the popular hill station and an excellent view of the Himalayan Mountain range from the entire village. You can stay at Rangaroon and undertake the regular sightseeing options of Darjeeling.
Rangaroon Homestay of Humro Home is a two room accommodation located on the main road. Across the road, you can see the cardamom plantations to one side and the valley drops away towards tea gardens, providing a breathtaking view. The property itself is a brick and mortar structure and the hosts live on the upper floor.
Rangaroon is a small village and there is no functioning restaurant in the area. So if you are in the village, you must have your meal at the Homestay only. The food served here are home cooked in traditional Nepali style. You will get mouth watering vegetables much of which is organically grown without chemical fertiliser. For non-vegetarian guests we normally serve Chicken meal in Dinner and Egg in Lunch. We are flexible with your preference of food and try to serve the guest as per your requirement subject to availability. You should discuss your food with the host in advance as last minute orders cannot be served in the Homestay.
Our homestay is located in the prettiest section of Rangaroon village. You can enjoy the view of the entire mountain range from your room as well as from the terrace, if you look to the right. Towards the left, you can see Jorebunglow followed by Darjeeling chowrasta/mall and the valley then drops down towards Badamtam tea estate. At night, this view transforms to twinkling lights of the hill town, making the wadi come alive in an ethereal way.
Travel to Darjeeling Kalimpong connecting Peshok road. From 3rd mile bazaar take the north bound road to reach Rangaroon about 7 kms away.
Darjeeling – 20 kms Kalimpong – 47 kms NJP / Bagdogra – 78 kms