a red panda spotted on a tree branch at the neora valley national park

Darjeeling, West Bengal, India

Neora Valley

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Biodiverse Wilderness

Neora Valley National Park, located in the northeastern state of West Bengal, is a pristine and biodiverse wilderness area nestled in the Eastern Himalayas. It's known for its lush forests, rich wildlife, and breathtaking landscapes.

It is celebrated for its remarkable biodiversity. The park is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, including numerous rare and endangered species. Visitors can spot animals like the red panda, clouded leopard, Himalayan tahr, and several species of pheasants.

foggy day in the dense neora valley forest

The pristine beauty of Neora Valley is one of its main attractions. The region is dotted with gushing streams, waterfalls, and meandering rivers.

The towering Himalayan peaks, including the majestic Kanchenjunga, provide a stunning backdrop to the park's scenery.

Untouched Beauty

Whether you're interested in wildlife, trekking, or simply enjoying the tranquility of the mountains, a visit to Neora Valley is an opportunity to experience the raw and untouched beauty of the Himalayan wilderness.

a red panda spotted on a tree branch at the neora valley national park

The best time to visit Neora Valley is during the spring and autumn months, from March to June and from September to December. During these periods, the weather is pleasant, and the skies are clear, offering excellent visibility of the surrounding mountains. The monsoon season, from July to August, should be avoided due to heavy rainfall that can make trekking and travel challenging.

Getting There

location_cityState & Capital - Kolkata, West Bengal

flightBagdogra Airport, Siliguri - 75 Kilometers

directions_carKalimpong - 36 Kilometers via Rishi Rd

trainNew Jalpaiguri Railway Station - 75 Kilometers

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