Siliguri, amid the foothills of the Himalayas, is a postcard-perfect blend of urban culture and natural beauty.
Land of White Orchids! This hill station has intriguing waterfalls, beautiful green views, and snow-clad mountains under
Snow-capped Mount Kanchenjunga enhances Gangokian scenery. Gangtok is known for its unique cuisine, especially Momos and Kinema.
The word Door makes the word Dooars. This place is connected to Bhutan by as many as 18 corridors or ways.
Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary and Gorumara National Park are home to one-horned rhinoceros, spotted deers, elephants, Bengal Tigers, wild pig, and bison.
Mirik, also called "Valley of the Sun," is a small hill station on the edge of a huge lake. It is a breath of fresh air for tourists from all over the world.
It accommodates those who want pleasant weather, views of Kanchenjunga and other Himalayan snow peaks, rich flora, and panoramic views.
From the calm atmosphere of the Murti River to the lush greenery of the Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary, Lataguri has a lot to offer.
At 500 metres above sea level, Jaldhaka river valley could be a place for tourists to visit after Dooars.
Pelling is a dream place to go for people who love nature, hiking, exploring, watching birds, and finding peace.