Mrs Mingma Lama is from Chatakpur village which is also a popular tourist destination. She is married in this village and used her experience of Chatakpur to turn her home into a successful homestay. She is experienced in dealing with guests and always carries a smile in her face. She is the main host of the property and is often supported and helped by her husband. Together they always ensure to send back happy guests from their homestay.
The Lamagaon area is famous for its orange cultivation, during the winter months the entire area turns orange with its orange gardens. You can spend your day strolling around the village, the whole area is covered with orange orchard and cardamom fields. If you visit between December and February you can enjoy the orange harvesting season and you can join the local people to harvest the oranges with your hand.
The entire village is dependent on agriculture and dairy products and people practice mostly organic farming here. You can join them in the field and witness yourself the mountain life.Even More...
Lamagaon, Shittong being located at centre of the offbeat destination where lots of interesting places lies within the radius of 20km like you can drive to DARJEELING town just 39km (1 1/2 hr drive), if you like to visit a tea garden there's an tea estate known as Maldhiram just 1hr drive which is one of the smallest tea garden and if you would like to spend your day by the river side with a pack lunch like a small picnic party you can drive downhill to jogighat just 30min drive.
You can drive uphill to BAGODA airbase and CHIMNEY once used to be a "british east india company" army camp.If you would like to enjoy the sunset you can drive to AHAAL DARA viewpoint one of the best place to enjoy the breathtaking views of the mountains and plains from where you can see the entire eastern himalayas and can locate the entire plain and doars till the bangaladesh borders.Even More...
Humro Home Lamagaon Homestay is a beautiful tiny house with 2rooms (1 double bedded and the other a 3 bedded). The rooms are well furnished neat and clean with attached washroom and geyser, western commode and 24 hour running water. The property is surrounded by cardamom field, orange garden and they have their own farm where they grow their vegetables.
Humro Home Lamagaon Homestay is located at the upper ridges of the Sittong hills. Previously it needed a small uphill climb to reach the homestay, but presently a new road has been constructed and the guest may reach till the homestay easily on a vehicle. The property has a beautiful place of worship (known as Chesum) where you can meditate and forget the hustle and bustle of the city life. 'Chesum' is a Buddhist word which refers to the typical place of worship for a Buddhist family.
The homestay has their own cow shed and orange orchards and a farming area where you can engage yourself into one day farming activity. You are sure to forget your normal existence and be emersed in the quintessential village life.
Rooms are basic but properly furnished. Clean and hyginic food and accommodation can be expected. Do not expect any kind of luxury at the accommodation.
We serve home-cooked good food with organic vegetables mostly from our farm, we serve vegetarian and non-vegetarian meal options. Non-vegetarian meal mostly includes chicken and egg and fish is not available on a regular basis.
This is a rural homestay so do not expect food as you would expect at a hotel. The food given here is hygienic and tasty and is similar to home-cooked food. The accommodation and meal charge and taken together from the guests as there is no alternative place to have a meal in and around the village. The package includes breakfast, lunch, dinner and evening tea and snacks. Normally egg is served during lunchtime and chicken is served during dinner.
The word "LAMA" means 'monk' or Buddhist priest and gaon means 'village', hence the name Lama gaon means the village of the monks and followers.
It is understandable that the village has a majority population of Buddhist people. There is a good number of Christian people as well living in the village. The local population is mostly dependent on agriculture and dairy products. Slowly people are welcoming tourist or guest to the village by opening homestays and farmhouse by which they can maintain their financial support.
|Room Type||AP Plan|
|Standard Room (for 2 people)||₹ 2500|
|Extra Person||₹ 1250|
Accommodation and all meals are included in the package
GST additional as per government rule
There are multiple ways to reach shittong. If you are travelling through NH31A take a diversion from kalijhora or birik dara via laatpachar(55km). Another way drive to kurseong continue the road uptill Dilaram then take a diversion to bagoda then Ghaleytar and shittong(75km)
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