A small village located at the western side of the Dooars overlooking Jaldhaka River and Bhutan, Paren. Located 10km from Jaldhaka Paren is still an undiscovered destination by many tourist but those who have been to Paren will always be lured back to the serene ambiance and surreal natural beauty. Lush green forest areas, hilly terrain, meandering rivers and agricultural fields and glimpses of picturesque village, Paren is an ideal destination for a weekend tour.
Located on the way to Bindu the travelling route towards Paren is full of pictorial views. Paren is a must-visit place for guests who love forest treks, jungle drives, bird watching and walking trails. You will also enjoy this place if you wish to simply spend some quite time in the lap of nature. Paren is truly an abundance of gorgeous green forests, rocky mountain terrain, hilly rivers, agricultural lands, and quintessential villages. The trek to Rachella Pass via Alubari and Lava from Paren has attracted many trekkers Rachella is known to harbor many natural lakes. A trek to Rachella Pass is an ideal trek where you can enjoy the adventure of trekking into the dense untouched areas of Neora Valley Forest and border areas of Bengal, Sikkim and Bhutan. You can also take nature walks to Dalgaon, Gairibas and Rongo to discover the medicinal plants of the area. The jungle walks are ideal to view beautiful birds and butterflies. There are many things to do nearby Paren like taking a stroll in the bank of River Jaldhaka. The beauty of Paren and its nearby places can be admired throughout the year but if you are not feeling too adventurous it best if you avoid the rain season.
Amidst the lap of nature, Paren is a place for all the people who love to dwell in the nature and are up for any kind of adventure. See the convergence of the Bengal, Sikkim and Bhutan borders during the trek in Rachella Pass and bask in the exotic natural surroundings of Paren.