Rock Garden In Darjeeling

Rock Garden, Darjeeling

Rock Garden, also known as Barbotey Rock Garden, is a tourist attraction located 10 km from Darjeeling town. The park is constructed around the Chunnu Summer Falls. Ganga Maya Park is another trending eco-friendly tourist spot just below the rock garden, established nearby the Bloomfield Tea Garden.

The surrounding hill with greenery, a stream cascading over rocks along the slope, nicely decorated flowers, plants, and shrubs, well-maintained seating areas, and a small lake make the entire rock garden beautiful.

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Tajpur in West Bengal: How to Reach the Best Budget Hotels near Sea Beach?

tajpur travel guide

Do you love visiting the seas but want to avoid the crowd like in Digha?

Or do you have a very short time in hand but want to make it worth it with your loved one?

Then Tajpur in West Bengal is the one offbeat travel destination that may fulfill all your desires. It is located in Purba Medinipur, West Bengal that can be easily reached from Kolkata or Digha. It lies between Mandarmani and Shankarpur.

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Mawphlang Sacred Forest in Meghalaya Near Shillong – Travel Guide

mawphlang sacred forest in meghalaya

In Meghalaya, sacred forests promote environmental conservation based on sustainable tradition. It is also the source of cultural traditions of this hilly state. Meghalaya is full of numerous sacred groves. These natural treasures are rich in biodiversity and a variety of flora and fauna. There are around 125 sacred forests covered almost 1000 sq km … Read more

Tinchuley Best Homestays With Complete Travel Guide

Tinchuley Takdah Lamahatta Travel Guide

Tinchuley is a small village in North Bengal just 32 km away from the Darjeeling town. If you love mystic green pine forest amongst the clouds and want to spend the weekend in peacefully with great quality food, Tinchuley should be your next destination. The weather is comparatively cooler and very comfortable in this region of Darjeeling district. In this article, I will guide you on how to reach, what to see and where to stay at Tinchuley, Lamahatta and Takdah.

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Chota Mangwa Best Homestay and Sightseeing with Pictures – Travel Guide

chota mangwa homestays and sightseeing- travel guide

Darjeeling, the glorious hill station is now overrun by tourists and too much chaos has weakened its natural beauty. If you want to spend two or three days in a quiet hilly place surrounded by nature, then Chota Mangwa, an offbeat ecotourism destination can be your next choice. It is an eco-village situated at the top of the Mangwa hill in Darjeeling district away from the crowd noise.

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Everything About Double-Decker Living Root Bridge Trek in Meghalaya

Double decker living root bridge, Meghalaya

Meghalaya- the wettest state of India, is enriched with green mountains, rivers, valleys, varieties of flora, fauna, and the famous living root bridges. Meghalaya’s most attractive living root bridge is the double-decker root bridge that can be seen at Umshiang near Nongriat village at Cherrapunjee. The 150+-year-old human-made natural wonder is not unique but astounding. … Read more

Dawki -Complete Travel Guide with Best Attractions, How and When to Visit

dawki travel guide

Meghalaya is rich with lush green mountains, pine-covered hills, crystal clear rivers, spectacular waterfalls, and biodiversity-rich flora and fauna. It is also the wettest state of India.

While each place in the state is beautiful, some incredible places attract tourists the most. One such town is Dawki, a small hamlet nestled in the Jaintia Hills near the border of India and Bangladesh. It is famous for its crystal clear water of the Umngot river (also known as the Dawki river).

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Elephant Waterfalls Near Shillong, Meghalaya – Complete Travel Guide

Elephant Waterfalls in Meghalaya

Elephant waterfalls, one of the most famous waterfalls of Meghalaya, is located 12 km away from Shillong, the capital of Meghalaya. An elephant-shaped stone was present at its foot, and thus the falls were named after it. But gradually, the stone disintegrated and swept away because of an earthquake in 1987.

Now only the waterfalls remain, which is very popular among tourists. In the local Khasi language, the Elephant falls is known as “Ka Kshaid Lai Pateng Khohshiew”, which means ‘the three-step waterfall‘.

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