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Bindu: The Last Hamlet of West Bengal

If you wish to settle on the last hamlet of West Bengal, then come to Bindu, and feel the peace loving experience once in your lifetime. This settlement is situated in the surrounding area of River Jaldhaka, and hence has an eye appealing beauty which will last in your mind for a longer stretch of time. Encircled with the mountains of India and Bhutan, this place would give you the much awaited aesthetic appeal to your soul. Being 107 kilometres away from Siliguri, this place has a different elevation, roughly 700 metres above the sea level, and hence the weather here is something to feel. The people of the Bindu have engaged themselves in the cultivation of cardamom and orange, as these are the two best foods, to be cultivated here. Hence, the enigmatic smell of orange and strong odour of cardamom will make your trip all the more enjoyable. The terrace cultivation is most common here and therefore, you will see many women tying their heads and working on it. And, your five senses will not let you forget the trip.

How To Reach Bindu?

You have to reach Siliguri either via train to NJP station, flight to Bagdogra airport or the bus bay of Siliguri. In any which way, you have to travel till Siliguri, and from there your unforgettable journey would start. If you are a sheer nature lover, then this journey will be in your mind for long. Just when you cross the pink coloured Coronation Bridge, you will journey along with the meandering sea green coloured Teesta River, which is at a stretch of 20kms. After which, will start the Dooars, where you will see the lush green tea garden and wild life. For less than a hundred kilometres you will be travelling through the wildlife. If you take the train, then you can travel till Chalsa and then take a rented car to Bindu via Chapramari, hence if you are lucky you can see the wilderness of the forest here.

What to see in bindu?

  • Godak village
  • You can see the picturesque view of the villages Bhutan, Paren and Bindu
  • Gairibas Diascorrea Plantation
  • Jaldhaka Hydel Project
  • Bindu Dam
  • Jhalong
  • Neora Valley
  • Dhauley Forest
  • Godak Valley
  • Parren Busty
  • Tshesi Sang, trek for one hour to see Red Panda and Deer herd.
  • Dalgaon
  • Dhap Gaon
  • Chapramari Watch Tower
  • Cardamom Plantation
  • Orange Orchard
  • Watching birds like Pheasants, Cuckoos, Minivets, Flycatchers, Mynas, Orioles, Owls, Parakeets, Partridges, Sunbirds, Swallows, Swifts, etc
  • Trekking

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