Murti is a river that originates in the Neora Valley National park and flows through prime tourism area of Dooars . It flows about 80 kms between Chapramari Forest & Garumara forest, the famous attractions of Dooars.
Bindu is 40km far from Gourigaon. You can visit it within 1hrs to 1.15 hrs. A small village at an altitude of 600m or about 2000 feet, on the India-Bhutan border, Bindu is famous for its cardamom plantation, pristine nature and river Jaldhaka. The place has come up as a popular offbeat tourist destination of Dooars. Bindu is scenically placed among the high mountains all around with Jaldhaka River flowing through the valley making a natural border between Bhutan and India.
It is located 40 km away from Gourigaon and 5 km away from Jaldhaka, is a tiny hamlet hidden in this corner of the Himalaya, undiscovered even by seasoned Bengali tourists. This is a good place to walk around and soak in nature’s glory.
Gorumara National Park is a National Park in northern West Bengal, India. Located in the Terai region of the Himalayan foothills, it is a medium-sized park with grasslands and forests. It is primarily known for its population of Indian rhinoceros. It has Four Watch tower. Those are- Jatra Prasad, Medla, Chandrachur and Chukchuki. You can avail Jungle safari organised by Dept. of Forest in their schedule times. The main gate of Ticket counter is in Lataguri is just 20km far from Gourigaon. Garumara is only 14 km from the Gourigaon.
Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary is close to the Gorumara National Park. Chapramari is about 6 kilometres from Chalsa and 24 km from Lataguri in northern West Bengal, India. The total coverage of the forest is 960 hectares. It is famous for Indian Gaur and Python.
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