Mirik is a pleasant vacationer spot settled in the tranquil slopes of Darjeeling area in West Bengal, India. It is the base camp of Mirik subdivision. The name Mirik originates from the Lepcha words Mir-Yok signifying “put consumed by flame”. Mirik has turned into a well known traveler goal for its atmosphere, common excellence and simple availability.
The focal point of all fascination is Sumendu Lake, encompassed by a garden named Savitri Pushpaudyan (after Savitri Thapa, a saint trooper of INA) on one side and pine trees on the other, connected together by an angling footbridge called Indreni Pool (named after Indreni Thapa, a saint warrior of INA). A 3.5-km-long street encompasses the lake and is utilized for strolls with the perspective of Kangchenjunga on the far skyline. Sailing on the interesting shikaras and steed riding are accessible.