Bindu"Take A Trip to The Tribal Beauty"

  • Sightseeing

     

    Activities at Bindu - The activities include sightseeing, long drives through the hills, angling, and river picnic in Jaldhaka River. There are possibilities of spotting wildlife in Bindu. Bird watching is another major activity.

     

    Cardamom Curing Centre - Cardamom Curing Centre is located at a distance of 14 km from Bindu. Godak Government is behind its establishment and at this centre, the best cardamom of the country is shipped after these are dyed and processed.

     

    The Jaldhaka Hydel Project - Jaldhaka Hydel Project is one of the foremost hydro electric projects in the country which serves as a bridge to go across Bhutan. The site is encircled by the walls and visitors are required to get an approval from the West Bengal State Electricity Board (WBSEB) authorities. Moreover, tourists can also visit the forest cottage which is located in Jhalong nearby the Jaldhaka River.

     

    The Bindu Dam - Bindu Dam has been constructed on the Jaldhaka River in order to supply water to Jaldhaka Hydel Project. Travellers visiting Bindu Dam during winters can enjoy the glimpse of snow clad mountains.

     

    Birdies Nest - Birdies Nest is a reservoir where travellers can spot varied species of migratory water fouls and hill birds. Some of the species that can be seen at the site are slaty-backed forktail, Eurasian wryneck, brown dipper, and little forktail and hodgson redstart.

     

    Todey and Tangata Village - Todey and Tangata Village is situated in close proximity of the Bindu village. The village is inhabited by Taming community, which is famous for its cardamom and orange plantations.

     

    The Godak village - Godak village is situated 15 km from Bindu and is renowned for its tribal goddess. The House of Goddess, popularly known as Debi sthan, is visited by devotees to worship river which originates from a rock that never dries.

     

    The Gairibas Diascorrea plantations - Gairibas Diascorrea Plantation is located on the way to Bindu and is thronged by number of tourists. Moreover, the cultivation of medicinal plants is undertaken on a major part of the region, Diascorrea.

     

    Excursions in Bindu - A little further from Bindu and Paren, at a higher altitude is Godak village. Nature lovers will enjoy the village. On the either sides of the road, there are arrays of cardamom and orange orchards. From Godak village one can see several small villages of Bhutan. Dooars, Siliguri and Jalpaiguri are the nearby sightseeing places best suited for excursions.

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  • Hotels of Bindu

    Gahunbari Country Resort, Bindu

    Jalpaiguri

    Gahunbari Country Resort, Bindu offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This prope

    2,500.00 Avg/night

    Shivaji Tourist Inn, Bindu

    Post Jhalong

    Shivaji Tourist Inn, Bindu offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This property i

    1,500.00 Avg/night

  • Weather

     

    Activities at Bindu - The activities include sightseeing, long drives through the hills, angling, and river picnic in Jaldhaka River. There are possibilities of spotting wildlife in Bindu. Bird watching is another major activity.

     

    Cardamom Curing Centre - Cardamom Curing Centre is located at a distance of 14 km from Bindu. Godak Government is behind its establishment and at this centre, the best cardamom of the country is shipped after these are dyed and processed.

     

    The Jaldhaka Hydel Project - Jaldhaka Hydel Project is one of the foremost hydro electric projects in the country which serves as a bridge to go across Bhutan. The site is encircled by the walls and visitors are required to get an approval from the West Bengal State Electricity Board (WBSEB) authorities. Moreover, tourists can also visit the forest cottage which is located in Jhalong nearby the Jaldhaka River.

     

    The Bindu Dam - Bindu Dam has been constructed on the Jaldhaka River in order to supply water to Jaldhaka Hydel Project. Travellers visiting Bindu Dam during winters can enjoy the glimpse of snow clad mountains.

     

    Birdies Nest - Birdies Nest is a reservoir where travellers can spot varied species of migratory water fouls and hill birds. Some of the species that can be seen at the site are slaty-backed forktail, Eurasian wryneck, brown dipper, and little forktail and hodgson redstart.

     

    Todey and Tangata Village - Todey and Tangata Village is situated in close proximity of the Bindu village. The village is inhabited by Taming community, which is famous for its cardamom and orange plantations.

     

    The Godak village - Godak village is situated 15 km from Bindu and is renowned for its tribal goddess. The House of Goddess, popularly known as Debi sthan, is visited by devotees to worship river which originates from a rock that never dries.

     

    The Gairibas Diascorrea plantations - Gairibas Diascorrea Plantation is located on the way to Bindu and is thronged by number of tourists. Moreover, the cultivation of medicinal plants is undertaken on a major part of the region, Diascorrea.

     

    Excursions in Bindu - A little further from Bindu and Paren, at a higher altitude is Godak village. Nature lovers will enjoy the village. On the either sides of the road, there are arrays of cardamom and orange orchards. From Godak village one can see several small villages of Bhutan. Dooars, Siliguri and Jalpaiguri are the nearby sightseeing places best suited for excursions.

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