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Darjeeling Nestled among the rolling mountains in North East India one of the beautiful district of West Bengal and one of the most famous hill stations in the world, crowning with Mt Khancendzonga over the azure sky, at the altitude of Darjeeling town a perfect gateway for those seeking to be in harmony with nature and the people. This is the land of flavored Darjeeling Tea revered by connoisseurs across the globe.

Darjeeling

Dorzee (thunderbolt) + Ling (place), called widely as “QUEEN OF HILLS” – the majestic Kanchendzongha (world’s third highest peak) stands as the crown of the Queen. Unparallel visual of “Dawn” driving away the darkness of night, playing through tires of clouds and final coronation of the day with a tip of light at the head of Mt. Kanchendzongha will make you revisited ‘Tiger Hill’ for times and again. Experience the World Heritage Narrow Gauge Train with steam power called “Toy train”. Enjoy panoramic range of snow capped Himalayan peaks leisurely from its grand “mall” over a cup of Darjeeling tea. The simplicity of local people with colorful dress and smile will welcome you with warmth. The rich variety of flora and fauna with blooming orchids will make your visit unforgettable.

Darjeeling Tourist Places….

 Unless you visit some of the great tourist attractions and sightseeing places, your experience of Darjeeling hills is likely to be incomplete. There are countless tourist places here including great viewpoints, monasteries & religious shrines, tea estates, museums, art galleries, parks & gardens, waterfalls and lot more. Take a look at the ones that we love to visit.

QUEEN OF HILLS

Ghoom:

Ghoom is one of the major landmarks in Darjeeling. The renowned Yiga Choeling Monastery dominates the hillock. While visiting the monastery you must check out the images of Maitreya Buddha. Then there are the ancient palm leaf and paper manuscripts in Tibetan script too, of much interest to the historians.

Ghoom

Tiger Hill:

Tiger Hill is at a distance of 15 km. from Darjeeling. Situated at an altitude of 2590 metres (8482 ft.). An early morning trip to the Tiger Hill promises an unique experience. A view of the sunrise amidst the Himalayan range has earned it an international fame. From here you can get a glimpse of Mount Everest, the highest mountain and Kanchenjunga range.

Tiger Hill

Botanical Garden:

For the botanist, an animal and nature lover Darjeeling offers several Tourist places of interest. At the Lloyd Botanical garden all tourists may enjoy the captivating collection of alpine flora and orchids. Darjeeling also has the Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park. The zoo happens to be the only center in India for the breeding of the rare snow leopard. The Ussurian tigers and the Himalayan black bear are also among its attractions.

Botanical Garden

Darjeeling-Rangit Valley Ropeway:

You must ride the Darjeeling-Rangit Valley ropeway. The longest ropeway ride in Asia offers several spectacular sights. The numerable tea gardens in and around Darjeeling are also worth visiting. The Mall acts as the heart of Darjeeling town. It happens to be an important meeting point for all tourists.

Darjeeling-Rangit Valley Ropeway

Other Points of Attractions….

 Kurseong: 32 km from Darjeeling comes on way from New Jalpaiguri and Bagdogra.

Mirik: 49 km. From Darjeeling, a small pictorial hill station and a place where tourists can enjoy boating on beautiful Sumendu Lake.

Kalimpong:  (4100 ft) is another charming hill station in the district of Darjeeling. 65km from Siliguri and 56km from Darjeeling.

Pedong: Coming up as new village tourism destination in the lap of quiet nature.

Jorpokhri: On way to Mirik having a Salamander Park (Salamander-one rare extinct variety of reptile) and a beautiful lake.

Darjeeling – How to Reach

For air transport to Darjeeling the nearest airport is at Bagdogra. There are regular flights that connect Bagdogra with Kolkata. For train transport the railhead at Siliguri is the nearest to Darjeeling. You may even enjoy the toy train that runs from New Jalpaiguri/Siliguri to Darjeeling. The nearest bus station to Darjeeling is at Siliguri.

Darjeeling Map

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One of the most untouched parts of the Darjeeling Himalayan foothills, Sitong is a treasure trove yet to be discovered. This little picturesque Lepcha village lies is a valley crisscrossed by a rivulet (Khola) and guarded by lush green hills. Every house in Sitong has a garden and every garden has orange trees. The whole village turns orange during the winter. Visiting Sitong is like time travelling – there’s a bamboo bridge, a church, some winding village paths skirting through orange orchards and few meandering streams and a rivulet, which the locals love to call Riyang River. The church guesthouse has been renovated with modern facilities to accommodate guests.

Sitong

Sitong is amongst the virgin tourist destinations located in Kurseong in the Indian state of West Bengal which is a storehouse of natural beauty. It contains the Lepcha village, which is a small village surrounded by some green mountains and rivulet or khola. Visitors will notice the Riyang River, bamboo bridges, winding paths, tempting orange orchards, a church and other instances which reveal the innocence of Mother Nature.

Places to see in Sitong: You can visit the local church. Previously, there used to be a 100-year old Bamboo church here but now a new building has come up. There is a Bamboo Bridge, which you would love to see wobbling when someone crosses. But when you are in Sitong, there is one thing you cannot miss doing – “Enjoying Oranges.” When the oranges bloom, the whole village is covered in a hue of orange. You can also spend time walking all around the village along the farms or sit idle on the banks of Riyang river and watch the Lepcha kids returning home. In Sitong, you would love doing “nothing.”

Church at Sitong

Nearby attractions of Sitong: In the olden days, there was a century-old Bamboo Church in Sitong, which, however, presently has been demolished. The orange orchards are attractive enough to draw numerous visitors every year. The famous bamboo bridge which is present in Sitong wobbles slightly when anyone steps over it while making an attempt to cross it. One can spend leisurely evening, sitting on the river banks of Riyang, gazing at the local Lepcha children returning to their homes. Located at a distance of only 20 kms away, Mongpoo is another tourist attraction which boasts of the home of the noble laureate Rabindranath Tagore. Latpanchar is famous as it is the highest point in the Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary and it is based about 13 kms from the main area of Sitong. Besides being the highest point, Latpanchar is also the natural habitat of the Himalayan Salamander and innumerable species of butterflies and birds. Situated within 20 kms from Sitong, one can pay a visit to the other enjoyable tourist spots like Dilaram, Bagora and Kurseong. The village of Chatakpur is also present at a distance of just 30 km from Sitong.

Bamboo Bridge in Sitong

Things to do in Sitong: Enjoy long nature walks along the villages and take a peek into the traditional lifestyle of the Lepchas, eat as many oranges as possible and visit the church to find some solace. You can enjoy a dip in the Riyang River and do some bird watching and butterfly watching too. You can also avail some light treks to the nearby Labda village and few nearby spots with a local guide.

Sitong

Best time to visit Sitong: November, December and January is the best time to see oranges is Sitong. The orange harvest takes place during late December and early January. As Sitong is located around 4000 feet above sea level so it is also a nice place to beat the heat during the according summers. The rivers and streams get filled after the rains and the lush greenery is something not to be missed during the monsoons in Sitong.

Sitong Orange

How to reach Sitong: There are three routes to reach Sitong. The shortest route (55 kms) is through Siliguri – Sevoke – Kalijhora and Latpanchar. The second route (78 kms) passes through Siliguri – Rambhi and Mongpoo. The third route (75 kms) is through Kurseong – Dilaram – Bagora and Ghareytar. The last leg of the journey to Sitong (last 15 kms) is quite steep.

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Suntalekhola or Suntaley Khola (also Suntaleykhola) is a small village and a tourist spot in the Darjeeling District of West Bengal. The altitude of the place ranges from 650 to 950 m. It gets it name from a small stream: Suntaley Khola. In Nepali, Suntaley means orange and khola means stream. This place is nearly 5 km from Samsing, which is also a small picturesque serene village. The green patch on the left side of the way to Suntalekhola is amazing and holds many rarities of birds and butterflies.

Suntalekhola

As you enter Dooars through the National Highway 31, you will cross Malbazar to reach Chalsa. From Chalsa take a left turn and drive on for 15 kms via Meteli to reach Samsing. The last few kilometres drive is a feast for the eyes as you pass through some of the most picturesque tea gardens of Dooars including the Chalsa Tea Garden, Zurantee Tea Garden and Samsing Tea Garden. The road is relatively narrow but there are few vehicles travelling through this route as the road ends at Samsing.

Samsing

Samsing is full of flying beauties, the birds. The sweet chirping of unknown colorful birds in the serene landscape is a refreshing break from the city life. Step out with a binocular and explore the treasure offered by the nature.

Nearby Attractions of Samsing Suntalekhola….

Faribasti:

Next to Suntalekhola is the small picturesque village of Faribasti. The village has about 50 households and is very well maintained. Rocky island Flower gardens are common in almost all households. Some of the households have started homestay for tourists with active support from naturebeyond. You can walk through the village and its paddy land.

Faribasti

Rocky Island:

Another attractive tourist spot is the `Rocky island nature resort` on the banks of river Murti. This is about 2 km from Samsing. The view of the river and surrounding forests are excellent from Rocky Island but tourist amenities are basic. Accommodation is arranged in small Tents for overnight visitors. The owners of this small resort are true nature lovers and have so far resisted any attempt to commercialise this unique place.

Rocky Island

River Murti:

It is one of the most beautiful rivers of Dooars. The small river flows down from Neora Valley National Park and passes through Samsing and eventually meets Jaldhaka river near Gorumara National Park. The river is small enough too crossed on foot during most of the year except the Monsoon months. At Samsing you can approach River Murti either at Rocky Island or near the old forest Bungalow.

River Murti

Treks Around…..

Several trek routes originate from Suntale Khola. The Neora Valley National Park is adjacent to this place and most treks are organised in the surrounding area of the National Park. Trekkers can take a steep ride to `Tree Fern Point` and `Mo` or `Mo Chaki` for a great view of the Himalayas in one side and the plains of Dooars in the other. The hills of Bhutan and `Jelepla`, the pass connecting Tibet with India, can be seen from here. The most fascinating and thrilling trek leads to the untouched wilderness of Neora Valley National Park. Special permission of the forest department is required in order to organise this trek.

Neora Valley National Park

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Chalsa is a few kilometers from Malbazar on the way to Dooars from Siliguri. The national highway connecting the North-East with West Bengal passes through Chalsa. From here the road to left leads to Samsing which is about 15 km. The road to the right goes to Lataguri (20 km) via Gorumara National Park.

Chalsa

Till only recently the small village was mostly known for the weekly market at Mangalbari Hat and as a stopover for buses plying in Dooar. In the last few years, Chalsa has gained in prominence as a tourist destination due to its proximity to the Gorumara National Park just 10 kms away. There are private accommodations available near Chalsa from where you can visit the Gorumara National Park.

Nearby Attractions of Chalsa……

Chalsa can be your base for visit to other tourist destinations nearby including Samsing, Bindu, Murti etc. Arguably one of the best resorts of Dooars, the Sinclair’s retreat is located on a hillock close to Chalsa. The place is also famous for the many tea gardens surrounding it. Apart from the Chalsa Tea garden, you can also take a stroll inside the beautiful Ivill tea garden.

Samsing Suntalekhola:

Situated at an elevation of 3000ft, Samsing is a nice cool shady place, ideal for nature lovers. The journey to Samsing is a memorable one, as you slowly ride uphill through the most picturesque Dooars tea garden on the rolling hill slopes.

Samsing Suntalekhola

Bindu in Dooars:

Bindu is only 107 km from Siliguri. The last hamlet of West Bengal, Bindu is a valley encircled with hills of Bhutan and India on the banks of river Jaldhaka. It is a feast for the eyes and a stimulating experience for the mind.

Bindu in Dooars

Murti in Dooars:

Murti is a picturesque tourist spot located on the banks of the Murti River in the Dooars region of Northern Bengal. Spending few tranquil days beside the knee deep snaking Murti River is a perfect break especially for those who are looking for some serenity and peace.  Murti is a great place for nature lovers and bird watchers.

Murti in Dooars

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Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary nestled in the Dooars plain is a small but one of the oldest Wildlife Sanctuary in West Bengal. The name Chapramari probably derives from “Chopra” which means a type of fish and “Mari” which means abundant. The Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the Nagrakata Block of Jalpaiguri District, just at the foothills of Kalimpong Sub-division and on the banks of Murti River. The Reserve Forest since 1895 was declared as a Game Sanctuary in 1939. In view of its great diversity of flora and fauna it was declared as a Wildlife Sanctuary in 1998.

Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary

After crossing the main entrance gate of this sanctuary i.e, the Cheek Post of the Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary travelers can witness the fascinating diversity of flora and fauna and the vast texture of the massive trees heltering varieties of orchids.

The watchtower is the best place to observe wild animals as they visit the salt pit near the water body prepared close to the watchtower.

Animals you will see

Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary is famous for its mega-herbivores such as the Elephant and the Gaur. Along with these, Cheetal, Sambar, Barking Deer, Wildboar, Pangolin are also present in the Sanctuary. It is significant in the international context for providing shelter and protection to various species of Wildlife included in the Red data Book (R.D.B) of the IUCN and the appendices of CITES. The Sanctuary provides an excellent opportunity for study of the habitat, behavior, food, population dynamics of these animals.

Animals in Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary

Bird Watching

Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary is popular for its scenic beauty such as forested landscape w2ith its rive rain ecosystem which no one can forget. This Sanctuary is a paradise for birds such as Green Magpie, Indian Treepie, Thrush, Scarlet Minivet, Hill Mayna, Whitr Breasted Kingfisher, Hornbill, Large Grey Headed Fishing Eagle, Adjutant Stork etc. the most common water birds are the large and little Cormorant, Darter & Egret. Migratory birds include the Brahminy and Teals.

Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary Bird

Watch Towers

There is a single observation tower just in the front of the Glade in Chapramari. The tower provides a bird’s eye view of the glade and sighting of mega-herbivores like the Elephants and the Gaurs (Bison). Chapramari Watch Tower is situated on the Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary just on the northern side of Gorumara National Park. It has been noticed that there is a misconception not only among the travelers but also among many of the travel personal that Gorumara And Chapramari are two different park but please not as stated for better administration and for maintenance and also for the benefit of the travelers Gorumara National Park it is divided All these WATCH TOURS comes under the one and only Gorumara National Park.  Chapramari is a ‘wildlife sanctuary’ under Gorumara National Park.

Chapramari Watch Tower

Transport to go

By Road: National Highway No.31 between Siliguri and Guwahati passes over Chalsa and Lataguri and beside the Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary. North Bengal State Transport Corporation Buses, Bhutan Govt. Buses, Mini Buses and Private Buses are available from Siliguri to Chalsa and Lataguri. Journey time is around 2 hours.

Way to Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary

By Rail: Nearest railway station is Chalsa. But all train is not arrived at Chalsa. New Jalpaiguri, Alipurduar and Siliguri Railway Station are main railway station in this area. You can change train from New Jalpaiguri or can follow the road journey from New Jalpaiguri to the park or from Siliguri to the park. It is better to access road journey after Siliguri or Jalpaiguri.

By Air: Nearest airport is Bagdogra. It is a domestic airport under Indian Army. All major air services are available from all over India. Distance between Bagdogra and Siliguri is 13 km. You can find out various vehicles to come in Siliguri, and then follow the above road route.

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Murti, a small village with Murti River floating beside and with the magnanimous Gorumara Forest standing opposite is the ideal gateway to start and complete your Dooars tour. With a wonderful surroundings and over a hundred species of charming birds including the Great Hornbills, Murti offers a rememberable stay at the foothill of the Himalayas.

With a close proximity to the main entry point of Gorumara National Park – a mere 20 minutes drive, arranged Jeep Safari’s to Chapramari Forest under Gorumara N P and Jatraprasad Tower on the way to Lataguri, its an ideal location to enjoy your stay at Dooars. The possibility of catching a glimpse of wild animals like bison, deer, peacock and even leopard is great from the Jatraprasad watchtower. Lataguri is just 20 minutes drive from Murti. While Lataguri getting more and more conjusted and crowded, Murti on the other hand offers a calm and peaceful stay in the forest surroundings.

Nearby attractions of Murti: The entire Dooars range of forests can be reached from Murti. Forests like Gorumara, Chapramari, Chukchukia, Khunia and Chalsa are all nearby. You can also visit nearby hill destinations like Jhalong, Bindu and Paren. Samsing, Suntaleykhola and few other spots like Mouchuki marking the fringes of other jungles like Neora Valley N.P are also located nearby.

Things to do in Murti: Camping, angling and hiking are the two most popular activities in Murti. Plus, bird watchers will have a great time too. You can also enjoy jungle safari in Gorumara N.P and other nearby forests from Murti.

You can visit the interior of Gorumara National Park staying at Murti. On the other side of the river at a short distance is Panjhora River. This is a common site for picnickers during the winter months.

How to reach Murti: You can reach Murti from New Mall Junction Railway Station. If you are traveling by air, then the nearest airport is at Bagdogra from where you can hire cars to reach Murti. Murti can also be reached from Siliguri or New Jalpaiguri Station by hiring cars.

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Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary is a reserved forest area that initially started as a game sanctuary where children took rides. Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary is a very beautiful and crazy forest in North Bengal. It is located on the foothills of the great Himalayas, between the Teesta and Mahananda rivers. Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in the Darjeeling district of West Bengal. It comes under Darjeeling Wildlife division and can be reached from Siliguri in 30 minutes.

Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary

The sanctuary shelters a large population of migratory elephant for a long period of time. The sanctuary has got a tremendous importance in the forest maps of India because of a considerable number of Bengal Tiger. Despite its small size the sanctuary holds atleast 14 majestic animals (according to 2003 census). Apart from these the faunal life of the Mahananda Sanctuary comprises of gaur, leopard, spotted deer, sloth bear, barking deer, wild dog, boar, sambar, along with smaller mammals like porcupine, pangolin, jungle cat, leopard cat, civet etc. recently some hullock gibbon and black capped languor have been released in the sanctuary and they can be seen living with the company of rhesus monkeys.

colourful feathered animals

Mahananda is a home for a large number of colourful feathered animals. The list includes several species of babblers, wagtails, bee eaters, swallows, sun birds, rollers, robins, fly catchers, thrush, drongo, kites, eagles, hornbills, orioles, peacock, fouls, egrets, king fishers, wood pickers and much more.

The sanctuary is an ideal place for wildlife lovers. Several glades, hides and watchtowers have been created near natural saltlicks and streams to invite wild animals. The railway cabin in the abandoned Gulma Station inside the core area of the sanctuary has been converted into a watchtower.

Travelling to Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary

 By Road: Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary is well connected by road with Darjeeling, Siliguri and other towns of North Bengal. Sukna is the gateway to the sanctuary which is located on the Siliguri-Darjeeling highway. It is just 13 Km from the Siliguri and 30 minutes drive distance from Siliguri.

By Rail: The nearest railhead is at New Jalpaiguri station, adjacent to Siliguri town. Most trains between New Delhi and Guwahati and Kolkata and Guwahati stop at New Jalpaiguri.

By Air: The nearest airport is Bagdogra(IXB), 16km from Siliguri. From NJP station or Bagdogra airport, rent a taxi to take you to Latpanchar bungalow. Do not travel in a small car. A sumo or similar car should be taken since the road, especially the last stretch, is bad.

Travelling inside Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary

 Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary

There are no motorable roads. The vehicles can come up to the bungalow but no further. You have to walk along the forest trail. DO NOT walk along the trail without a guide since there are elephants, especially during winter time. The forest guards act as guides.

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