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Suntalekhola ~“Be There to Feel the Nature”

Suntalekhola ~“Be There to Feel the Nature”

Want to spend some idle time in the lap of nature? Then book tickets for Suntalekhola forest today. It’s a small village in Darjeeling, famous for its picturesque scenery. Even though remote and small, tourists from all corners of the world visit Suntalekhola for what it showcases for them.

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The moment I stepped on Suntalekhola’s soil, I felt amazed. Staying in Kolkata made me accustomed to pollution, congestion and traffic. But in Suntalekhola, I didn’t have to put up with any of them. The vicinity of the open nature stoked my poetic self, and I made this place the dedicatee of few of my poems (amateurish ones though).

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Beautiful Suntalekhola :-

The place gets even more appealing after the sunset. But we didn’t stay there for a night, which I still regret. I recommend you to visit Suntalekhola during the rainy season so you could enjoy the greenery to the fullest. Visiting in the winter is not a bad idea either. We visited in December 2012, the weather was good and we enjoyed the tour thoroughly.

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Jhalong and Bindu are two nearby tourist hotspots, and they both are great places to visit. So a quick trip to them won’t be a bad idea. You can head for a Jhalong-Bindu-Samsing road trip as the trip will cover Suntalekhola.

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Rocky Island is adjacent to Suntalekhola; the place has rocks scattered everywhere. Spending time with friends while sitting on the rocks by a stream has its charm. The water in the stream was cold, and the flow was decent; not too fast, not too slow. The soft sound of the flow, coming from the stream was playing like music to our ears.

Our trip covered Bindu, a small village near India-Bhutan border. It’s in high altitude, so take precaution before visiting it. It’s in Dooars, and quite offbeat as a tourist attraction. Bindu is the home of Jaldhaka Dam, which passes through the borders of both countries. Tourists can see the dam from a distance, but are not permitted to go any near.

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There are plenty of budget hotels in this village and they all offer a homelike environment. So staying here won’t be a problem. The only problem is not much sightseeing options are available in Bindu. You can enjoy the view of some of Bhutan’s mountains though; they are kilometers away.

“Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer.”

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The trip was incredibly good. I am planning to visit Suntalekhola again. You should start planning that too.

Tour Summary :
Date – 16/12/2012
Tour Members : 6
Tour plan :
Day 1 : Kolkata to New Mal Jn
Day 2 : New Mal Jn Lataguri. Lataguri Jungle safari.
Day 3 : Lataguri signt scene
Day 4 : New Mal Jn to Madarihat, Jaldapara
Day 5 : Jaldapara Jungle safari and Jaldapara Sight scene. Rajabhatkhawa and Jayanti
Day 6 : Morning : Jaldapara to Phuentsholing. Just local sight scene. Phuentsholing to hasimara. From hasimara back to Kolkata
Day 7 : Reached KolkataSome more info :
Hotels information : Tuskers Den Forest Resort Lataguri. Address: Opp. Gorumara N.I.C, Dist, Lataguri, West Bengal 735219
Phone: 099325 35334 W : www.tuskersden.com
Carry list :- Carry a good camera..This is heaven for photographers.
Notes :- Try to booking the car from hotel.
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Source : Indian Travel forum

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