Apart from these,one can also visit Neora Valley National Park.Situated in the Kalimpong district of West Bengal, Neora Valley National Park touches the neighbouring state of Sikkim and our Himalayan neighbours, Bhutan. This forested area in Dooars is the most bio diverse national park in eastern India. The dense forest cover here makes it a popular hotspot for trekkers and adventure seekers besides being regularly visited by entomologists and bird watchers. The Neora Valley National Park is also one of the rare places in India where can spot the elusive red panda and clouded leopards.This trip can be easily combined with parts of kalimpong especially Lava Lolegaon & Rishop.
Neora Valley National Park- A heritage forest of North Bengal, this river trekking will give you the opportunity to explore the core areas of Neora Valley National Park following its lifeline for its wildlife and botanical richness - River Neora.
A pristine heritage forest of North Bengal that is an abode to many endangered wild species like Red Panda, Chinese Pangolin, Clouded Leopard and snow leopard. The forest, because of it dense flora and fauna covers the area of 140 sq.km approx and has diverse altitude starting from 200 mts to 3200 mts above the sea level. Most of the forest is still unexplored because of its uneven terrains . The forest also shares the state border of Sikkim and international Border of Bhutan with West Bengal and Sikkim and India nationally and India and Bhutan Internationally.