5 places to visit near Siliguri

5 places to visit near Siliguri


5 Attractions near Siliguri

May 27, 2022 12:53 p.m
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5 Attractions near Siliguri
You have to drive to each of these places via Siliguri. (Image credit: Wikimedia Commons)

Siliguri in West Bengal is the gateway to the North East for the rest of India. Siliguri also gives access to Sikkim by road.

This romantic region is a blend of higher plains and foothills of the eastern Himalayas.

There are temples, forests, hills, tea gardens and many more beautiful places for a traveler to visit Siliguri.

Assam’s capital Guwahati is an ancient city offering picturesque views of the Brahmaputra River surrounded by the mighty Himalayas.

While the immense expanse of water might make you feel like you’re in an entirely different space, the region’s rich culture and flora is a must-see.

Visit Kamakhya Temple, Umananda Temple and Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary, famous for one-horned rhino.

Meghalaya’s capital, shilling is a wonder of nature. The region, which is green everywhere, boasts impressive waterfalls, mesmerizing lakes, a crystal clear river and Asia’s cleanest village.

What more could you want to experience on an adventure trip? Shillong and its neighboring region are the essences of Northeast India.

Stop at the Living Root Bridges for a once in a lifetime experience.

Gangtok is the focal point for adventure tourism. If you haven’t been there, it should already be on your bucket list.

The capital of Sikkimes is one of the few places where you can ride a yak!

Don’t miss the classic tour of monasteries, viewpoints, waterfalls and lakes.

Gangtok nightlife is also quite busy for those interested in partying.

Lataguri is home to lush green forests, wildlife and ancient history.

Visit Gorumara National Park and Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary to see elephant, gaur and leopard in their natural habitat.

With the Kanchenjunga in the background, it is a sight that will be etched in your memory forever.

Also visit Fort Buxa, which was used by a Bhutanese king to protect the Silk Road.

Mirik has gained popularity because of its natural beauty and easy accessibility.

Sumendu Lake is a popular attraction that offers a clear view of Kanchenjunga on the horizon.

Only 49 km from Darjeeling, Mirik is also known for its flat marshlandSamendu Dhap.

Enjoy mesmerizing sunrise and sunset views at Ramiteydandra and visit the nearby tea gardens, monasteries and temples, and orange groves.


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