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Mahakal Dham

Is one of the rarest temple where elephant is God. Tourists can go along the abandoned railway track of Bengal Dooars Railways reaching a beautiful river Neora and a abandoned bridge in the deep woods in a beautiful location an all time picnic spot.


Jeeti has famous tea garden situated in the beautiful location on the lap of Jaldakha River, India - Bhutan Border.


The last hamlet of West Bengal in India - Bhutan border encircled with the green hills of India and Bhutan. Bindu is situated on the bank of the river Jaldhaka. The pristine beauty of hills, song of the birds and simple ever smiling village _ tloks make Bindu the heaven for nature lovers. Places in an around Bindu are Bindu Dam, Bakbaki (Bhutan), Gyalbo hills, Jaldhaka Hydel Power Projects, Cardamom Curing Centre, Gairibas.


81 km from Siliguri via Chalsa the journey is through the lush green unending tea gardens which sets the mood of the trip. Fascinating birds, meandering streams will give tourists full satisfaction. 4km from Samsing is Santaleykhola. Staying on the bank of Suntaley, drive through the steep serpentine way to Tree Fern Point and Mo. the music of the rustling leaves, the hide and seek of shadows with the trickling sunrays through the conifer leaves will take you to a pure, pristine world.

Chapramari Wild life Sanctuary

A salt-lick adjacent to a teren pond afront the forest rest house draw the animals at dawn and dusk. Tourists can see the ruins of abandoned chapramari railway station once rampaged by herds of wild elephant.

Gorumara National Park

80km. from Silliguri the picturesque landscape of Gorumara N.P. comprises of pristine forest, tall elephant grass, rugged reeds, shallow pools, meandaring riverspread in the flood plains of Murti and Jaldakha rivers against the background of snow capped Khang-Chen-D-Zongha and other Himalayan ranges. Gorumara N.P. covers an area of 800 including the upper Tondu Reserve and Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary possessing an extremely rich Bio-diversity. Staying night in the Garati Watch Tower will be a lifetime experience. The watch Tower is situated in the deep and dense forest of Gorumara N.P. It provides an amazingly beautiful view of wandering Rhinos, Gaurs (Indian Bison), Asiatic Elephants, 4 species of Deer, wild Pig and Leopard or Panther - the main predators of Gorumara. 20 types of snake including King Cobra, 7 species of Turtles, 5 species of Hzards, 200 species of Birds ego Hornbill, Cuckoos, Minivets,Wood Peckers, Pigeons, Brahmmy Duck and different types of Butterflies as Krishna Peacock, Redpare Jezebel, Kaiser-I-Hind made Gorumara more wild and romantic.

Rhino and Jatraprasad Observatory Point

At the core forest enables a grand view of wildlife to the visitor. Tourist can enjoy a charming picnic on the banks of the river Murti situated at the fringe of the Gorumara N.P.

Nature Interpretation Centre

Provides all information of the Gorumara with the help of a variety of models besides a light and sound show.


Kalamati is a forest village with a primary school. The beautiful motorable road towards Kalamati cut through dense forests rich with wildlife. Plenty of peacocks can be seen there at dawn. 2-3 km. from Kalamati a Watch Tower at Chukchukia and a Deer Park newly opened for tourists.

Chikonmati Pakhiralaya (Bird Sanctuary)

is the meeting place of Neora and Chel river. Sal, adal, Pani Saj, Simul, Moyna and several orchids can be seen throughout the journey. Singalila Range is visible from here.

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