Zuluk is a small hamlet situated at an altitude of 10,000 feet above sea-level in East Sikkim. It lies on a rugged terrain of the lower Himalayas. The village is a transit point within the Silk Route. It also offers an excellent view of the Eastern Himalayas and Mount Kanchenjunga.
Zuluk has a pleasant weather throughout the year. Winters are characterized by a mesmerizing snowfall. There is a local Nag Temple which is structured like a cave and is dedicated to the worship of the King Cobra. The village is surrounded by wild virgin forests. Some wild animals such as Deer, Wild Dog, Himalayan Bear the Red Panda can be sighted. A variety of birds also frequent the valley. During the summer months, the surrounding hills are covered with blooming wild flowers, ferns and rhododendrons. The valley is dressed up in a riot of colors and looks akin to paradise. The forests of Zuluk are mostly unexplored and can be a perfect offbeat holiday destination.