Bees Gaon is a hidden gem approximately 30 km away from the "Queen of Hills" Darjeeling. Replete with a vast stretch of tea gardens and lush green vegetation all around, Bees Gaon offers a complete serenity which our very own the queen of Hills Darjeeling lacks. Situated at an altitude of 500 feet, the weather of Bees Gaon is quite alluring and the tranquility it offers makes it a perfect offbeat holiday destination.
Being adjacent to Darjeeling, those who want to escape the chaos of the city rush can take shelter in this village and explore all the nearby sightseeing places like Ghoom, Batasia, Teesta Valley, Lamahatta, Takdah, Giselle and Runglee Rungliot Tea Gardens.
British Heritage Bungalows is one of the major tourist attractions near Bees Gaon. The pine forest along with the nearby nurseries is also quite appealing. Just a few kilometres distance away, you will get to see the nature park of Lamahatta as well as the lush vegetation of Tinchuley. The local monastery, tea gardens, church, etc can be explored while strolling around the village.
Teesta valley View Point near the village offers a panoramic view of the Teesta River along with a breathtaking view of the Mount Kanchenjunga. Darjeeling, being just 28 km away, can be visited quite easily. You can explore Darjeeling's prominent sightseeing places like HMI, DHR, Batasia Loop, Ghoom Monastery, etc. Moreover, Peshoke Tea Gardens, Bara Mangwa and Chota Mangwa are some of the nearby sightseeing places to see.
Cars are available to reach the hamlet from Darjeeling, NJP, Bagdogra or even from Siliguri. Its nearest major railway station is New Jalpaiguri Junction and the nearest airport is Bagdogra.
There is a heritage wood bungalow which is more than a hundred years old. Most of the basic amenities such as hot water geysers, attached western bathrooms, cushy beds and Coloured Television can be availed in the resort.
Bees Gaon, because of its alluring weather, can be visited at any time of the year. Every season shows its own kind of Charisma. Winter offers charming weather whereas Monsoon offers luxuriant forest and tea gardens.
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