CaféKalimpong was started in the year 2017 on the Eastern hill that leads to Durpin Monastery. Only 10 minutes away from the main town but shrewdly secluded from the crowd, Our Coffeeshop is a rendezvous to enjoy the warm company of friends, freshly brewed strong coffee, good food, and clouds rolling over Himalayan ranges. On clearer days, you can also raise a toast to the glittering view of Kalimpong town.
Kalimpong, a district in North Bengal, India is a strategic yet scenic station. Cradled by the Himalayas and
connected with many sleepy hamlets, the region is climatically blessed with fertility and agricultural activities thrive here. Historically, an erstwhile Sikkimese Province ceded to the Kingdom of Bhutan, Kalimpong was chosen for Scottish missionary activities when it became part of the British Empire.
Today, the town of Kalimpong radiates with the warm temperament of the amalgamated local folk in their everyday humdrum at Dumber Chowk and Haat Bazaar. Some reclusive towns in Kalimpong district such as Lolegaon, Pedong, Lava are pockets of nature’s serenity and abundance. Lava is also a gateway to Kalimpong’s best kept secret about Himalayan flora and fauna at the Global biodiversity hotspot of Neora Valley National Park.