Located 65km from Jalpaiguri and 72km from Siliguri is a census town called Banarhat. Tea plantation has always been one of the major sources of income in the Dooars region apart from the tourism which has gained its popularity in the recent years. 23 major tea gardens are surrounding this quaint town Banarhat making it a hub for the visitors who are lost to dwell amidst the lush tea garden.
Lush tea gardens surrounding Banarhat is a sight to pleasure the sore eyes. The natural beauty of Banarhat will leave your body and mind refreshed and the warm welcoming nature of the people in Banarhat is going to swell your heart with gratitude. Apart from the natural beauty it is rich in ethnic diversity where the aborigines, the tea garden workers, Marwaris, Asamese, Bengalis and Oriya from both side of the border and Nepalese live together in harmony. It is located at the National Highway 31c and has its own rail route making Banarhat well connected with the outside world whilst making it easier for all tea lovers to reach this picturesque town. Apart from adding to the natural charm of the Banarhat the tea garden has ensured that people in and near Banarhat has relatively better standard of living, the tea gardens has been the boon for both the localities and the traveler who is exploring Dooars region.
The aromatic fragrance of tea is enough to uplift anyone spirit, venture towards the different tea estate of Dooars region in Banarhat and let your senses engulfed by the beauty of the lush tea garden surrounding and let your heart fill with glee from the affectionate nature of the localities in Banarhat whilst observing the people of diverse culture.