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Travelling places around Kolkata

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Here are some travelling places around Kolkata, through this guide you can take a amazing tour out side of Kolkata.
Darjeeling
Darjeeling the queen of India’s hill stations has greenery tea head out by red rhododendrons, long roads that come into view to bring to an end into the clouds and horses so as to take the traveler for a cheerful, wheezing ride down the mountainside.
How to get there: Fly to Bagdogra, and take a bus or jeep. Or else, take the train to Siliguri or New Jalpaiguri and motor the rest of the way
The most amazing sites: Tiger Hills, Observatory Hill, Bhutia Busti Gompa, Yoga Choling Gompa, Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Padmaja Naidu Himayalan Zoological Park, Snow Leopard Breeding Centre, Rangeet Valley Ropeway For a bird’s eye view of the Bengal hills, Kurseong, Kolkata
Ajodhya Hills
This consign is a preferred with travelers in Kolkata, and is effortless to get to rail and road. Ajodhya Hills also present good hiking territory for the adventure hunter. So, when you take a trip into Purulia then must visit the Ajodhya Hills.
How to get there: Take the train from Howrah to Barabhum and take bus to Baghmundi and face the 1 km journey from here to Ajodhya Hills on foot.
The Dooars
It is to be found in the middle of the forests of northern West Bengal, and watered by the Teesta, and the Dooars are a must be visited for the wildlife devotee. If you reside at a forest cottage or in a lodge, then must have a walk down the ruins of forts at Nalrajar Garh and Buxa Duar.
How to get there: Take a train from Kolkata to Siliguri, and then cover the remaining distance by road.
Kurseong
Kurseong, the place of the White Orchid, resides between Siliguri and Darjeeling, the town has an old-world attraction and milder weather conditions than the more unstable Darjeeling. The most significant is Eagle’s Crag
How to get there: Take the train to Siliguri and motor the rest of the way
Visiting areas: Eagle’s Crag, Ghoom
Kalimpong
Kalimpong is the best place for the viewers to the flowing together of two mountain rivers – the Rangeet and the Teesta. It is the earth of tea gardens and green slopes; here you can find the Buddhist society and the excellent view of the Himalayas.
How to get there: Fly to Bagdogra, and take a bus or jeep. Or else, take the train to Siliguri or New Jalpaiguri and motor the rest of the way
Must-sees: Tharpa Choling Gompa, Durpin Gompa, Dr Graham’s Home, Mangal Dham Mirik, Kolkata
Mirik
Mirik is the most high ranked place of the tourist movement. Here you can visit the floating fountain in the heart of the lake and take a travel on one of the many boats. Mirik also provides a close observation of the Kanchenjunga Mountains, and way to Sandakphu or Kurseong.
How to get there: Take the train to Siliguri and motor the rest of the way

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