Rimbik is famous for its two trekking routes from Sandakphu to Rimbik. One is a wooded path from Bikebhanjan to Rimbik.
Kalimpong, home to popular monasteries, churches, and Tibetan handicrafts, is a West Bengal hill station that many tourists overlook.
Darjeeling, renowned as the "Queen of the Hills," attracts tourists with its picturesque splendor, ancient forests, charming cottages, and mountain views.
Sandakphu, a hill station in West Bengal with the State's highest peak, is also situated in the Darjeeling district on the boundary between West Bengal and Nepal.
Siliguri, called "the gateway of North India," is situated on the Mahananda River and Himalayan foothills. It is famous for tea, and a great view.
Mirik's mountains and lakes make it the Valley of the Sun. It's West Bengal's only hill station where you may relax, shop, or go boating.
Kurseong, the "Land of White Orchids," is one of West Bengal's most visited hill stations and is known for its temples, museums, parks, and more!
Buddhist Gangtok is Sikkim's unique capital. Gangtok, one of India's cleanest cities, follows the Zen belief that spirituality can only enter pure areas.
Takdah is a wonderful hideaway for West Bengal's unknown hill stations. This picturesque village is 4000 feet above sea level.
The name Dooars comes from India's entryway to Bhutan. From River Teesta in the east to River Sankosh in the west and Dooars, this hill station lies in West Bengal.