Singalila Forest Tourism & Travel Guide

Gorkhey to Phalut Trek Route: Siliguri – Ribdhi/Boreng – Gorkhey (1hr) – Samanden – Phalut – Molle-Sandakphu (12 km trek) – Singalila National Park Forest – Rimbik (15 km trek) – Siliguri....

View more comments...

But after Lameydhura the way was through complete dense singalila forest....

View more comments...

Top Places To Visit 13 Spots

Sandakphu

This place is paradise for adventure lovers. This is the highest point in West Bengal and you have to trek for around 12 hours from Maneybhanjan to reach this place. You can also hire a landrover from maneybhanjan. This is also a village and is a part of the Singalila National Park. As you reach on top of this [point, you will be welcomed with some of the most awesome views including the famous route from Bhutan till Mt. Everest. The view of the mighty River Teesta is also very attractive. This river is apt for river rafting due to the high speed in which the water flows. If you can put in physical effort for the love for nature, this is the right place to choose.
12 Reviews

Phalut

3. Phalut(Front View of Mt Everest) Route one: Visit only Tonglu The rate to only Tonglu is 1800 if one returns the same day. First day halt is extra 500 and 1000 additional nights. Under this option one can’t return the same day without missing the awesome sunrise. Therefore halting for one night is recommended to witness the sunrise as it throws an orange cast over Kanchenjunga. There are two options of logging at Tonglu. There is a government guest house which charges 1200/night for a double room. It has a private bathroom (western style).There is another private logging which is quiet cheap at 110/bed. But it has a common toilet Indian style. Depending upon the comfort level one can book rooms. Route two:Visit Tonglu and Sandakphu and return
4 Reviews


About Singalila Forest

Duration: 6 daysDifficulty: ModerateDo you have a travel story that changed your life? Share it with us, anytime and anywhere through Share Your Trip.
Singalila Forest

Gallery

How To Reach

Book a Package Tour

Your Enquiry has been sent successfully