Mulkarkha Lake is a natural lake tucked in a remote corner of the timberlands of the Himalayan lower regions of Northern Bengal. The most captivating element of this lake is the impression of Mt. Kanchenjungha on its quiet waters. The trek course to Mulkarkha Lake is a standout amongst the most energizing and immaculate trails of the Himalayan lower regions. You would go over 200 feet cascades, thick backwoods, captivating perspectives of Mt. Kanchenjungha, imperishable Buddhist cloisters, remote towns, several types of winged creatures, butterflies and blossoms. The Mulkarkha Lake is viewed as hallowed by local people as Manokamana (Wishing) Lake.
The general trouble level of this trek is viewed as "Simple" and there are various alternatives for finishing this trek. Our Starting Point for the Mulkarkha Lake Trek is the little town of Lingzey in West Bengal. This little Himalayan town has the second biggest sanctuary in Darjeeling region. During the time a few Hindu celebrations are held in the sanctuary complex. The most essential among them are the Sawan Bole Bhum, Shivaratri, Durga Puja, and Bala Chaturdasi. There is additionally a Sanskrit Vidyalaya in Lingzey which stocks uncommon and significant books of Hinduism. Other than that, Lingzey additionally has a Hot Suphur Spring, couple of conventional Lepcha Houses and the Rang Bang River.