Hee Bermiok village is located in West Sikkim and is bounded by Hee River in the West, Kalez River in the North, Rangeet River in the East and Samdong Reserve Forest in the South. Other than being the perfect place for some good collection of plant life, the place is also the home to over 65 species of birds. Hee and Bermiok are two separate villages located some 150 km from New Jalpaiguri with Bagdogra being the nearest airport, Hee Bermiok offers great opportunities to its tourists to witness a variety of nature at its best and excellent views of Mt. Kanchenjungha. BOOKING DETAILS OF HEE BERMIOK
Places to see at Hee Bermiok: The Sirijunga Falls or Sirijunga Vadhan is one of the prime attractions of the place and is located about an hour’s walk downward from Bermiok Bazaar. Besides, there is the mysterious holy box and the Sirijunga Cave or Sirijunga Phuku. All these are located at the point of meeting of Reshi Khola and Kalej. There is also a village foot trail that leads to these places via Martam village and Phagudara. Other places worth a visit include Yuma Samyo Mangheem, and the beautiful lake of Chaaya Taal located at Hee-Kyangbari where tourists can enjoy facilities like boating. Tourists can also witness the world’s largest prayer wheel and a water park in nearby Hee Gaon with swimming pools and gazebos.
Nearby attractions from Hee Bermiok: You can go for short trips to the nearby Varsey Rhododendron Sanctuary that is located very close to Hee Bermiok. Other destinations of West Sikkim like Pelling, Rinchenpong, Borong and Uttarey can be reached from Hee Bermiok within a couple of hour’s journey.
Things to do in Hee Bermiok: You can take part in mountain biking, visit different villages and nature walks. People, who love adventure, can also take part in the two and half hour trek to Varsey. The annual tourist festival is also a very important activity that tourists can take part in.
How to reach Hee Bermiok: From Gangtok, you need to travel for four and half hours to reach Hee Bermiok. Besides, you can also reach from Pelling and the journey takes one and half hours to complete.
Best time to visit Hee Bermiok: You can visit Hee Bermiok any time of the year. However, if you want to see the Tourist Festival by the Hee Bermiok Tourism Development & Heritage Conservation Society, then you must come during the month of May.
Lodging and dining facilities at Hee Bermiok: You can stay at village homes with local families and local hotels. These hotels also offer dining facilities as well.