Changey Falls, Darjeeling

Changey Falls - Tour and Travel Guide

Located 14 km from the Lava with a breathtaking panoramic view of Mt. Khangchendzongha close to Neora Valley National Park is the finest example of natural beauty Changey Fall. Changey falls is the famous 3 step waterfall between Tiffin Dhara and Ghanti Dhara. Changey Falls is considered the highest altitude fall in North Bengal whilst adding more charm to the nearby quaint villages.

The beauty of Changey Falls and all its nearby destinations can be explored with ease if you opt for a tour package that comes with facilities like pick-up, drop, sightseeing, accommodation, and more. Contact now for a free tour quote.

Changey Falls Sightseeing Attractions

Shimmering and falling from a height of 300mt the first glimpse of Changey Fall has left many travelers amazed and bewitched their minds. The view of the waterfall gushing from the hilltop of Tiffin Dhara and Ghanti Dhara while descending down and disappearing into the abundant greenery of the surrounding area while creating a wonderful tint of green and white. The journey to this serene and enchanting Changey Fall is a mini-adventure in itself. Traveling on the road which is full of ups and downs since the road is not well maintained but the astounding view of the lofty mountains and green valley will compensate for the rough road and there is a quote saying 'It's a rough road that leads you to the heights of greatness and your journey towards Changey Falls will live up to the quote.

Travelers need to walk for 900ft after the ride comes to a halt to the last motorable point before reaching Changey Fall. Descending down the spiraling trail through the lush green forest while basking in the astounding sight of the green lofty mountains, is a sight that has lured many travelers towards the Changey Fall. Acute calmness with the captivating sound of the waterfall makes a wonderful contrast with the amazing backdrop view of Mt Khangchendzongha. Innumerous chirps of amazing Himalayan birds like White Capped Water Redstart, Verditer Flycatcher, Niltava, Blue Fronted Redstart, Grey Trepid, Indian Robin, and Blue Whistling Thrush make the atmosphere heaven-like. There ravishing beauty of Changey Fall can be relished throughout the year.

Best Time to Visit Changey Falls

The beauty of Changey Falls can be explored throughout the year due to its immense beauty. However, the season of monsoon should be avoided due to the poor road conditions and the frequent landslides. The monsoon season dominates the region from June to September. However, the most ideal time is considered to be during the season of summer (March to June) when the weather is pleasant and the roads also stay motorable. There is no entry fee required to visit this waterfall. There is no exact time to visit Changey Falls as you can visit it throughout the day. However, to enjoy the beauty of this waterfall to the fullest, visit between 6 am in the morning to 5 pm before the evening.

Homestay and Hotels near Changey Falls

Being less than 15 kilometers away from Lava, there are many accommodations available near the waterfall in the form of homestays and resorts. Another major location named Kolakham is also nearby. Hence, you will not face any problems to find accommodation. North Bengal Guide has made booking an accommodation easy and completely hassle-free. If you opt for any of our tour packages, you don't require to book a room separately as it will be included in the package.

How Do You Get to Changey Falls Kalimpong

By Flight: Kalimpong relies on Bagdogra Airport which is located near Siliguri, West Bengal. From Bagdogra Airport, this waterfall is approximately 125 km driving distance away. This driving distance can be covered within 4 hours.

By Train: NJP, its nearest railway station is around 115 km driving distance away. From NJP, you will be able to reach the fall within 3 to 4 hours with the help of a rented car.

By Road: Changey Fall, being a popular tourist site near Lava and Kalimpong, is nicely connected by road. Once you get a car from Kolkata, Siliguri, or any other city in West Bengal, you will easily be able to reach the waterfall.

Immerse yourself in the beauty of pristine nature while listening to gushing water falling from 300mt while being awe-inspired by the view of the lush green valley with the backdrop view of the stunning Mt Khangchendzongha at Changey Fall. Changey fall is the perfect place to admire nature in its purest form. So, why wait! Plan your Changey Falls Tour with us now.

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