Located about 2000 m. above sea level. In fact, it is the highest point in town and one of the most visited places in Kalimpong.
Dharmodaya Vihar is an outside-town Buddhist temple. The Vihar (temple) was built in 1952 in the style of Kathmandu's Sayambhu Stupa, though much smaller.
White-Water Rafting on the rivers Teesta and Rangeet (Tribeni) and the gorgeous banks, nearby hills, flora and fauna, and fish sightings are thrilling.
Legends of it being haunted make viewing this stunning structure much better. The West Bengal Tourism Development Corporation manages it as a tourist lodge.
Your trip to Kalimpong won't be complete if you don't go to the Neora Valley National Park, which is one of the interesting biological zones in northeast India.
If you gaze north, you can see Sikkim highlands and Mount Kanchenjunga. Looking south, you can see a valley and the Relli river.
The Army Golf club is near the Kalimpong circuit house and has a beautiful view. The Army Golf Club was built on a slope to keep soldiers safe.
Crockety is a bungalow that was built in the 18th century by British wool traders. It is known for its beautiful architecture and beautiful surroundings.
Galingka's beautiful architecture and picturesque surroundings make it a favourite picnic place. This place is very beautiful with its exotic floral plants and trees.
Bindu is a small, pretty hill village in the lower Kalimpong foothills. It is on the border between India and Bhutan.
Lava is a beautiful mountain village that is surrounded by forests and can be reached in an hour and a half from Kalimpong. Nature lovers and people who like to watch birds will enjoy it.
Mongpong is 35 kilometres and a half-hour drive from Siliguri . Mongpong, on the Teesta River's high banks, offers a wonderful view of the Teesta basin and Mahananda Sanctuary.
The most amazing thing about Rishop is the view of the beautiful, majestic Kangchenjunga and other mountain peaks in India and Nepal.