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Bhaley Dunga

Bhaley Dunga is a rock located in the Yangang village in South Sikkim District. It lies on the Ravangla–Maenam trek route. It is a peculiar-looking rock which resembles the head of a cock. In olden days, this rock served the travelers as a guiding landmark. It can be seen from miles away.

Nearby interesting locations are Maenam Hills, Maenam Wildlife Sanctuary and Ravangla. One-day trekking is arranged from Maenam Top to here. This trek route winds through a thick forest of oak, magnolia and rhododendrons. Base camps are available.

The nearest airport is at Bagdogra in West Bengal. The nearest railway stations are at New Jalpaiguri and Siliguri.

Updated on 13th January, 2016
District: South Sikkim


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