Top 5 Tourist Destinations of North Bengal

Bengal, the state of culture and traditions has lovely places that attracts flocks of tourists. Here are the 5 best tourist destinations of North Bengal.

Top 5 tourist destinations: Darjeeling

Top 5 tourist destinations of North Bengal

Better known as the “Queen of the Himalayas”, Darjeeling is the most visited spot of West Bengal. Apparently it is one of the best hill station of India. Starting from lovely sunrises, to cable cars, the famous toy train are the best attractions of this place. Altitude of Darjeeling is 2,050 metres. Darjeeling has lush green slopes and widespread tea gardens.

Top 5 tourist destinations: Dooars

Top 5 tourist destinations of North Bengal

Also known as “India’s Gateway to Bhutan”. Dooars is a local term which means floodplains of Northeast India. Dooars means ‘Door’. Spread over a wide area, in the east it has Teesta River and River Sankoshi in the West. It has lovely Flaura and Fauna with the presence of beautiful water bodies.

Top 5 tourist destinations: Kalimpong

Top 5 tourist destinations of North Bengal

It is a virgin hill station of West Bengal. It is situated at the foothills of the Shivalik Range at an altitude of 1,250 metres. Kalimpong has lovely valleys and has quite a no. of Tibetan and Buddhist Monasteries. The flower markets of Kalimpong is a must visit place.

Top 5 tourist destinations: Mirik

Top 5 tourist destinations of North Bengal

Mirik, also known as “The Valley of the Sun”. It is hill town of West Bengal. Mirik is one of the most visited places of West Bengal. Yet it is not crowded. It has lovely greenery, with beauty of hills and lakes. Also, it has traditional Indian markets and also has stunning orchid gardens.

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Top 5 tourist destinations: Kurseong

Top 5 tourist destinations of North Bengal

It is known as “The Land of White Orchids”. A wonderful hill station. It is situated in close proximity to Darjeeling. Well-known for its waterfalls and Buddhist Gompas. As the name suggests ‘The Land of White Orchids’ it is mostly visited for its lush green forest and the extremely beautiful flower and orchid gardens. The tea plantation and snow-clad mountains are one the attractions of this place. It is an extremely peaceful place with pleasant weather throughout the year.

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