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Jhalong is a small village with wild beauty situated on the banks of river Jaldhaka near Indo-Bhutan Border in the Kalimpong District and possesses a remarkable position in the tourist map of West Bengal. Trekking and short hikes in forested areas are popular activity in the region. The Jhaldhaka river forms a natural resting and nesting place for various hill birds as well as some more migratory waterfowl. Rare view of the snow peak mountain in winter is another attraction of the spot. 

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Rachela Hilltop

Rachela Hilltop for adventure tourist a natural track route from Tangta is connected up to  Rachela Hilltop where the boundary of Sikkim, Bhutan & Kalimpong existed. One has to book the only accommodation available in advance on the way with the Forest Department. The trek route is hot favourite purely for nature lovers which may take up to three days to cover. Sihkary Cliff view Point, Ulka Stone View Point, Thari Changa, are some of the vantage point not to be missed.

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Chalsa is a small town situated just on the foot of the Himalayas in the Dooars in Jalpaiguri district in West Bengal. This small town is surrounded by hills, tea gardens, rivers and forests. One part of the town is surrounded by Gorumara National Park and another part with Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary. Nearby forests are residence of a good collection of elephants and rhinos. Chalsa makes an ideal location with all modern facilities to make the base for exploring the Dooars natural & cultural beauty.

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Totopara is a small village on a hillock located in the Alipurduar district of West Bengal, India. This village is home to the unique Toto tribe that is one of a kind in the world. The village is about 22 km from Madarihat, which is the entry point of the famous Jaldapara National Park. Surrounded by hills, quite near to Indo-Bhutan Border and beside the riverbank of Torsa, Totopara proves to be an ideal picnic spot. Ideal place for learning about the Toto community their unique tribal customs and traditions.

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Cooch Behar or Koch Bihar is a city in the Dooars, the maternal home of Maharani Gayatri Devi of Jaipur,  is the only planned city in North Bengal region with remnants of royal heritage. Being one of the main tourist destinations of West Bengal, housing the Cooch Behar Palace and Madan Mohan Temple, it has been declared a heritage city. The name Cooch Behar is derived from the name of the Koch or Rajbongshi tribes indigenous to this region for many centuries. Famous places are The Rajbari or the Palace, classical European style of Italian Renaissance, this magnificent palace was built by the famous Koch king Maharaja Nripendra Narayan in 1887. Constructed by Maharaja Nripendra Narayan during 1885 to 1889 temple dedicated to deities of Lord "Madan Mohan" , "Ma Kali" , "Ma Tara" , "Ma Bhavani".  An artificial lake called Sagar Dighi is popular with people and also attracts migratory birds each winter.

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