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North Bengal is a vast region with dense forests, meandering rivers, lush green tea gardens, pictorial landscapes, and more. If you're searching for spectacular North Bengal tour packages, North Bengal Guide has the perfect trip planned for you. Browse through our various North Bengal Tour Packages which are wholly customizable. These are the below-mentioned places you will be exploring on your North Bengal Tour. Have a look -
Darjeeling: In North Bengal, Darjeeling is one of the most beautiful hill stations. Often tagged as the queen of hills, this hill station never fails to astonish its visitors with its scenic beauty of the hills, mountains, historical architecture, temples, and monasteries. With any of our North Bengal Packages including Darjeeling, you will get to see attractions like Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, Tiger Hill, Batasia Loop, Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Nightingale Park, Darjeeling Rock Garden, Peace Pagoda, Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park, Happy Valley Tea Estate, Ghum Monastery, and others.
Jaldapara National Park: If you are visiting North Bengal's Dooars region, Jaldapara National Park will be always included as a sightseeing spot. Located in West Bengal's Alipurduar District, Jaldapara National Park is a wildlife-rich forested area where the one-horned rhinoceros is the most popular animal. Other wild animals spotted in this forest are barking deer, spotted deer, gaur, wild boars, Indian leopards, Indian elephants, sambar, and more. You will get a chance to witness a few of these wild animals during your Jeep Safari or Elephant Safari through the forest.
Kalimpong: In North Bengal, Kalimpong is another popular hill station. At an elevation of 1250 meters above sea level, the city offers a sweeping view of the mountains. Its colonial architectures and tourist sites are also worth exploring. With any of our North Bengal Tour Packages including Kalimpong, you will get to see sites like Cactus Nursery, Morgan House, Durpin Monastery, Deolo Hill, Mangal Dham, Teesta Bazar, Kalimpong Science Centre, Nature Interpretation Centre, Neora Valley National Park, Tharpa Choeling Monastery and others.
Gorumara National Park: Our North Bengal Tour Packages also include Gorumara National Park which is also located in the Dooars region. The forest is known for its huge population of Indian rhinoceros. Apart from that, other wild animals in this forest are wild boar, sambar deer, Indian elephants, wild dogs, Bengal tigers, sloth bear, gaur, leopard, hog deer, barking deer, etc. Jeep Safari facility is also available in Gorumara National Park. Our North Bengal Holiday Package will include a Jeep and Elephant Safari.
Lava: Near Kalimpong, Lava is a worth visiting site situated at an elevation of 7200 feet above sea level. Surrounded by oak and fir trees, Lava provides a visual treat of Jelep La and Reche La Passes. The major tourist attraction Lava provides is in the form of its beautiful Monastery named Kagyu Thekchen Ling Monastery.
Lolegaon: Blessed with lush green forest and serene valleys, Lolegaon in the Kalimpong district is another hot tourist destination available to visit. It proves to be an ideal destination for those who want to spend a couple of stress-free days during their vacation in North Bengal. Lolegaon's major attraction includes Canopy Walk, view of Kanchenjunga, Lolegaon Eco Park, and more.
Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary: Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary is an extension of Gorumara National Park, separated by the Murti River. Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary, spread over 960 hectares of land and home to a diverse range of flora and animals, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Dooars for visitors visiting Gorumara National Park. Chapramari's appeal stems from the sightings of wild animals such as spotted deer, barking deer, elephants, and Indian bison. The Murti River's neighboring bank is a popular picnic place with a spectacular view of Kanchenjunga in the background. Our Chapramari Dooars Tour Packages are a great way to see the Dooars.
Buxa Tiger Reserve: Buxa Tiger Reserve is one of India's 15 Tiger Reserves, located in the Alipurduar District of West Bengal. Buxa Tiger Reserve, which spans 745 kilometers, is a fascinating destination to explore during your Dooars tour with our Dooars tour packages. Buxa Tiger Reserve is primarily dedicated to the conservation of the Royal Bengal Tiger, but it also serves as a natural habitat for a variety of other wild creatures such as One Horned Rhinoceros, Deer, Hog, Bison, and others.
Jhalong: Far from the bustling crowd of urban life and just 99km away from Siliguri, Jhalong is an idle place for those who want to escape from their urban lifestyle for some days. Replete with various birds like a brown dipper, kingfisher, little forktail, Jhalong has become a paradise for bird enthusiasts. Moreover, the hydroelectric project on the Jaldhaka River adds more charm to this breathtaking place.
Bindu: Situated just 107km away from Siliguri and very close to Indo-Bhutan Border, there is a scenically blessed hamlet called Bindu. Replete with cardamom tree plantation, Jaldhaka Hyde Project and Bindu Dam are the major attractions of Bindu. Moreover, various Himalayan birds flying above the Dam add more charm to this enchanting abode.
Paren: Situated beside the hills of Bhutan, Paren is a captivating hamlet on the Indo-Bhutan-Sikkim border. This picturesque hamlet is quite popular for its astounding trekking routes, hilly rivers, agricultural lands, lush green vegetation, and most importantly, various colorful Himalayan Birds. Paren proves to be a must-visit offbeat destination in our North Bengal holiday tour itinerary due to its immense natural beauty.
Samsing: Located in the foothills of Eastern Himalaya, Samsing is a scenically blessed place of Dooars at an elevation of 3000ft. Equipped with lush green tea gardens, hilly terrains, dense forest; Samsing is a favorite tourist destination among tourists. Due to its aura of peace and serenity, travelers always prefer this pot of beauty while having a tour with our Dooars Packages. Wandering through the lush green tea gardens, trekking through the hilly terrains, and getting lost in the dense forest of Samsing are what all the travelers will get here while having a tour in Dooars.
Rishop: Rishop is a tourist village in the Lava-Lolegaon circuit. The alluring view of the snow-clad Kanchenjunga draws travelers towards Rishop. This sleepy hamlet also offers complete serenity and a peaceful environment for the tourists whose utmost priority is placidity.
Suntalekhola: Quite close to the Neoara Valley National Park, situated at an elevation of 2900ft, Suntalekhola is one of the favored tourist destinations of Dooars full of natural attractions. Hidden amidst the dense forest, Suntalekhola's popularity is all about the tranquil environment, various Himalayan birds, and the unique wildlife of Neora Valley National Park. With our customizable holiday packages of North Bengal, have a trip to Suntalekhola to get closer to nature and a unique animal named Red Panda.
Rocky Island: Just 2km away from Samsing, there is a fascinating abode called Rocky Island which is full of rocks scattered here and there. Endowed by lush green tea gardens and forests, Samsing is a quintessential place for trekking or just spending time at leisure. With some of our North Bengal Tour Packages, plan a trip to Samsing to get amazed by seeing its charm and ambiance.
North Bengal with its scenic beauty, vibrant tourist sites, and several National parks, is one of the most preferred travel destinations in the entire West Bengal. Filled with all the latest amenities, the above-mentioned North Bengal Tour Packages with a detailed itinerary offer you the finest holiday experience. These frequently asked questions will help you plan your North Bengal Tour completely quite easily.
Q. Is North Bengal actually worth visiting?
Yes, North Bengal is quite an ideal place to spend a joyous holiday with your friends and family. The beauty of this splendid region will captivate you for sure as well as the people along with you.
Q. What are the amenities included with North Bengal Tour Packages?
The amenities you will get with our North Bengal tour Packages are- Well maintained car for pick-up and drop-off service, accommodation, food, car for sightseeing. In short, North Bengal Guide offers a complete holiday package for your hassle-free trip.
Q. Is Dooars included in North Bengal?
The entire Dooars region falls under the North Bengal region. Your North Bengal Tour Package will include most of the tourist attractions in North Bengal.
Q: What does 'Dooars' mean?
"Duar" which means the Door. The word Dooars is derived from "Duar". In brief, the entire region serves a purpose of a gateway between India and Bhutan. There are 18 passages that connect these two countries.
Q: What are the best places to visit in Dooars during your North Bengal Tour?
Jaldapara, Chapramari, Gorumara, Chilapata, Lataguri, Buxa, South Khayerbari, Jhalong, Bindu, Samsing, Suntalekhola, Rocky Island, Murti, etc are some of the best places to visit in Dooars.
Q: Which is the best time to visit North Bengal?
You can go for a North Bengal tour at any time of the year. Throughout the year, North Bengal experiences various types of climates. The temperature never rises to the extent of being unbearable or never drops too low to be quite uncomfortable.
Q. Can I visit Dooars during Coronavirus Pandemic?
Yes, you can. Our offered cars are being sanitized daily. The rooms we provide are also aptly sanitized and cleaned.
Q: How much time is required to visit Dooars?
To explore Dooars 7-10 days are enough. There you will be covering almost every part of the region.
Q: When Dooars is closed?
Dooars remain closed in the monsoon. So, from July to September due to heavy rainfall, the region becomes inaccessible.
Q. Is it possible to include Darjeeling and Kalimpong both in the itinerary?
These two hill stations are quite close to each other. As a result, it is possible to visit both during your North Bengal tour. In fact, we also offer a couple of Darjeeling Kalimpong Tour Packages.
Q: From where can I get the permits for the safari?
The safaris are organized by the forest department. Therefore, you can avail of the service from the forest department and get issued on the spot of the entry gates of the respective forests.
Q: What documents are required to get the permits for the Safari?
For Indian citizens, you need to carry a Voter ID/ Aadhar Card/ PAN Card/ Driving License, etc. The foreigners need to submit the photocopy of their passports in addition to the details of name, country, etc.
Q: How many tourists are allowed to get into the jeep for safari?
Maximum 6 people are allowed to get into the jeep for the jungle safari.
Q: Can I take my private vehicle for a safari?
You cannot take your own vehicle on safari. You need to get the jeep from the authority to explore the Jungle.
Q. What are the promising offbeat villages in North Bengal?
There are lots of promising offbeat villages in North Bengal. The worth noting ones are- Bagora, Bara Mangwa, Bees Gaon, Beltar, Bunkulung, Chataidhura, Chatakpur, Chibo. Chimney, Chota Mangwa, Dhotery, Dudhia, Icchey Gaon, Jorpokhri, Lamagaon, Lepchajagat, Manebhanjan, Rishikhola, Sillery Gaon, Sitong, Tinchuley, Tabakoshi, Barmek, Bidyang, Chisang, Daragaon, Chuikhim, Kalijhora, Gitkolbong, Lungchu, Nokdara, Sangser, Yelbong, Tandrabong, Bhutan Ghat, Jhalong, Bindu, Paren, Latpanchar, Raimatang, Rocky Island, Dalimkhola and more.
Q. What are the most popular forests in North Bengal?
There are some popular forests and National Parks in North Bengal. The most popular ones are- Gorumara National Park, Jaldapara National Park, Chilapata Forest, Chapramari Forest, Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary, Neora Valley National Park, Singalila National Park, and more.
Q. How to plan the best North Bengal Tour?
To plan the best North Bengal Tour, you need a tour itinerary that is brilliantly planned to cover most of the parts of North Bengal within a shorter space of time. Our North Bengal Tour packages make your life easy by providing a holiday tour itinerary.
Q. Why Darjeeling is famous in North Bengal?
Darjeeling is quite a famous hill station due to its immense offering of natural beauty, sweeping view of Kanchenjunga from Tiger Hill, 360 degree eagle-eye view of the city, many monasteries, temples, and more. In short, visiting Darjeeling is truly fun during your North Bengal visit.