Drive through groves of bamboo to a beautiful rustic heritage farmhouse which was built in 1833 and remodeled in 1966. The homestay is run by Thendup Tashi and his wife, Pema, who manage the 44-acre mountain farm which consists of open mixed forest of pine, Himalayan alder, schima, chestnut, magnolia, rhododendrons, cherry and others.
Yangsum Farm is tucked away far from the crowds, in an idyllic countryside with a backdrop of the Khangchendzonga group of peaks and the skyline of the Singelila Range. The heritage farmhouse was built in 1833 and remodeled in 1966. The farmhouse has 44 acres mountain farm which has pine, Himalayan alder, schima, chestnut, magnolia, rhododendrons, cherry and other trees.
Yangsum Heritage Farm is located in West Sikkim, two kms from the small bazaar village of Rinchenpong at an altitude of 1500 metres (four hours drive from Bagdogra airport). Sikkim is just slightly bigger than the area of Delhi, but its size belies its richness of culture, customs, heritage, flora and fauna.
153 Kms ( 05 hrs) from Bagdogra airport
92 kms ( 3.30 hrs) from Kalimpong
66 kms from Darjeeling ( 3 hrs)
36 Kms (1.30 hrs) from Pamayangtse.
Nearest railway station – New Jalpaiguri ( 124km away from Gangtok)
Bagdogra Airport – 16 kms from Siliguri