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Jalpaiguri

66 kilometres from Siliguri Directions from Siliguri to Jalpaiguri

Best Time: October-March

Infrequently would one be able to discover a spot like Jalpaiguri that is so possibly wealthy in the travel industry. Fierce waterways doing combating out of the precarious crevasses, the huge stretches of woods spread, the undulating length of Tea Estates and the all-encompassing loftiness of the Himalayas are just a couple of gems that made the British ground their underlying foundations profound into the core of this land. Well, known attractions inc...

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Kurseong

69 kilometres from Siliguri Directions from Siliguri to Kurseong

Best Time: March-June, September-December

Kurseong is a small and quaint hill station, located in the subdivision of Darjeeling district in West Bengal. Once a small village with an abundance of vegetation and green landscape, the town came into much notice when in August 1880, when the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway Toy Train service was expanded to it. The “Toy Train” runs the length of the town and gives the view of the surrounding Tea Gardens like Ambootia, Castleton etc. and natural sites. E...

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Mirik

70 kilometres from Siliguri Directions from Siliguri to Mirik

Best Time: March to June

Nestled to the hills of Darjeeling district in West Bengal, situated at an altitude of 1495m in the banks of Sumendu Lake, Mirik had become a beautiful tourist destination due to its climate, accessibility and natural beauty. Amidst the Himalayan valley, Mirik is an excellent spot for romantic getaways, to marvellous temple architecture, to mesmerizing valleys of orchids and gardens. Located at 59 kms from Darjeeling, the well-populated yet not too over...

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Lataguri

82 kilometres from Siliguri Directions from Siliguri to Lataguri

Best Time: December-March

On the easternmost edge of Bengal, at the doorstep of a wildlife sanctuary, is the town of Lataguri. Situated in the hilly region of the Dooars, it is filled with lush green forests, bubbling streams, chirping birds and scores of animals. Lataguri is the perfect spot to unleash the nature-loving wild child within you. Where Gorumara National Park, a sanctuary for elephants and rhinoceros is a must, viistors should also visit the Buxa tiger reserve and C...

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Darjeeling

92 kilometres from Siliguri Directions from Siliguri to Darjeeling

Best Time: April - June

The mighty Himalayas are a haven for the adventurers from around the world. But from up-close when the piercing cold is all you can feel, it’s resilient beauty is indistinct. And Darjeeling- the city of hill stations gives you a glance at the serene sides of Himalayas. Located in the Lesser Himalayas at an elevation of 6,700 ft in West Bengal, India is this lovely town. Darjeeling has a lot to offer from adventures, breathtaking sceneries, local delicac...

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Lolegaon

100 kilometres from Siliguri Directions from Siliguri to Lolegaon

Best Time: July-August

A little hidden in the silent regions of villages in the Kalimpong subdivision of Darjeeling District, Lolegaon is nature's heaven all alone with the delightful scene, involving rich green backwoods and tranquil valleys. The pinnacles of Kanchenjunga rise superbly toward the beginning of the day fog. Lolegaon is a one hour venture from Kalimpong and Lava through the serpentine backwoods street. Lolegaon offers little treks and trails. It is a perfect sp...

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Kalimpong

100 kilometres from Siliguri Directions from Siliguri to Kalimpong

Best Time: March-May

On the foothills of the Shivalik, the last of the Himalayan range lies the small hill station called Kalimpong. It is a virgin hill station in West Bengal that is known for the panoramic view it gives especially during sunsets or sunrise. There are many Buddhist monasteries, Hindu temples and Tibetian handicrafts to explore. It is widely known for its educational institutions that were established during the British colonial era. It also used to be the ...

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Jaldhaka

119 kilometres from Siliguri Directions from Siliguri to Jaldhaka

Best Time: October-March

Roosted at an elevation of 1500 feet over the ground, Jaldhaka is a captivating district with the amazing scene and untouched beauty that is being rarely visited by tourist. The stream valley is situated under Kalimpong sub-division and is cut off from the remainder of the Darjeeling region by a mountain edge dropping south-east from Reche-la of Neora Valley National Park and is isolated from Bhutan by the Jaldhaka River. Green crevasses ignoring the gl...

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Aritar

129 kilometres from Siliguri Directions from Siliguri to Aritar

Best Time: March-June

There can be hundreds of beautiful places in the world, yet there is something special about mountains, they seem so distant, so cold, but yet so beautiful and fascinating. This is what makes Aritar special. The entire place provides such a beautiful view of some of the most prominent Himalayan peaks that it seems no less than a dreamland. Full of lush forests, enchanting waterfalls, emerald lakes and amazing culture, Aritar makes for a perfect Holiday ...

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South Sikkim

131 kilometres from Siliguri Directions from Siliguri to South Sikkim

Best Time: March- June

South Sikkim is a district in the state of Sikkim. The capital of the district is Namchi. The major urban centres of the region are Namchi, Ravangla, Jorethand and Melli. South Sikkim, due to its availability of flat land, stable geology and good roads, is the most industrialised district in the state of Sikkim. However the region has also developed as a major tourist destination as it remains filled with tourists all throughout the year. The state is f...

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West Sikkim

133 kilometres from Siliguri Directions from Siliguri to West Sikkim

Best Time: October-November

Crushed between Bhutan toward the east and Nepal toward the west, the mountain territory of Sikkim lies at the base of the powerful Kanchenjunga, the third most elevated mountain on the planet. Thundering waterways, verdant valleys of rhododendron and orchids and (in case you're fortunate) a haven for the imperilled red panda (the image of Sikkim), are highlights of this little however entrancing hill valley with a characteristic of the wild. The wester...

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Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary

144 kilometres from Siliguri Directions from Siliguri to Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary

Best Time: June-September  

Jaldapara located in Alipurduar Sub-division of Jalpaiguri District is a national park, acclaimed for lodging the highest population of one-horned Rhinoceros in India after Kaziranga National Park of Assam. The Jaldapara sanctuary covering 216 square kilometers of forest area, is a mosaic of woods, meadows, enduring streams, sandy river banks and broad belts of tall grass. Jaldapara National park was established in 1941 for the protection of wildlife, e...

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Gangtok

146 kilometres from Siliguri Directions from Siliguri to Gangtok

Best Time: May to June

This hilltop town is the doorway to the dynamic life and culture in Sikkim. The winding roads here go up and down the hills connecting small towns running along the rocky valleys with streams. Starting with the ropeway in Gangtok to get a different perspective of the place, you can enjoy the brilliantly coloured monasteries, live and clean street markets later taking the adventure to the next level with a transforming trekking experience in the Kanchenj...

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Dooars

154 kilometres from Siliguri Directions from Siliguri to Dooars

Best Time: September to May

Towards the south of the outer foothills of Himalayas and to the north of Brahmaputra River Basin lies the beautiful alluvial floodplains of Northeast India, the Dooars. Stretching over 350 kms from Teesta River in West Bengal to the Dhanshiri River in Assam, region forms a natural gateway to Bhutan. With innumerable rivers and streams surrounded by beautiful mountain ranges, the fertile plains around the foothills, Dooars is a mesmerizing destination e...

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Cooch Behar

161 kilometres from Siliguri Directions from Siliguri to Cooch Behar

Best Time: September- December

Cooch Behar, also known as Koch Bihar, is a city in the state of West Bengal. It falls in the Cooch Behar district. The place has been declared as a heritage city and is the maternal home of Maharani Gayatri Devi, the Maharani of Jaipur. The name Cooch Behar has been derived from the name of the Koch or Rajbongshi tribes that are indigenous to this place. The district does not have extreme climate at any time of the year so almost the entire year is sui...

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Rajabhatkawa

175 kilometres from Siliguri Directions from Siliguri to Rajabhatkawa

Best Time: October-March

Rajabhatkhawa is a little picturesque town situated in the lower regions of the Himalayas n the Jalpaiguri area of the territory of West Bengal. The town is known for its lovely scene which is prevalently green inferable from the thick timberlands which fringes it from all sides. The acclaimed Buxa Tiger Reserve is found near Rajabhatkhawa and the town can be considered as the section point to the Reserve since all fundamental passage grants are issued ...

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Malda

186 kilometres from Siliguri Directions from Siliguri to Malda

Best Time: September-November

Malda, also known as the gateway of North Bengal, is a city in the state of West Bengal that is located in the Malda district and is at a distance of around 350 km from Kolkata, the capital city of the state. It is located at the confluence of the rivers Mahanadi and Kalindi. The city is most popular for its mangoes, Fazil that is distributed throughout India as well as beyond. Silk and jute are also among the popular products of the district. The city ...

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North Sikkim

215 kilometres from Siliguri Directions from Siliguri to North Sikkim

Best Time: Oct - Dec and Apr - May

Nestled into the northern part of Sikkim, at an altitude of 610 m, the northern Sikkim is one of the most uninhabited areas of the country. The extremely charming North Sikkim with its mountainous landscape with lush green vegetation all the way up to the alpine altitude then thinning out to desert towards northern tundra. Considered as one of the least explored areas within the country due to its harsh weather conditions, North Sikkim is a picturesque...

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Madhubani

293 kilometres from Siliguri Directions from Siliguri to Madhubani

Best Time: July- February

Madhubani is a town in the state of Bihar in India. It is a part of the Mithila region and falls in the Madhubani district after splitting from Darbhanga district. The term Madhubani means ‘forest of honey’ but at times it is also referred to as madhu vaani which means ‘sweet voice or language’. The place is mainly popular for its Madhubani Paintings and also for many popular people like Kalidas and Vidyapati who belonged from this region. It is said th...

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