Being a less trodden destination there are no fancy hotels and resorts in Latpanchar but instead, visitors will find cozy homestays and lodges to stay in. These homestays are run by the local people with great hospitality. The amenities found in these homestays are mostly basic. Guest can expect attached western bathrooms, running water, view-rooms, and more. You can book a room in some of the finest homestays of this village through North Bengal Tourism's Room Booking Service.
Every season has its own charm to relish in this hamlet but to make most of the trip the best time to visit Latpanchar is between October and April. Between these times the weather in Latpanchar is pleasant and the sky remains clear. It is also an ideal time for bird watching and trekking in Latpanchar.
Q. How Do I get to this place?
Tourists can directly visit this place after reaching Bagdogra Airport or NJP and then by renting a cab from a trusted cab rental agency.
Q. Is the weather of this place comfortable?
The weather of the hamlet remains mostly soothing. The temperature never goes down to extremely low. However, still, woolen clothes are recommended to carry.
Q. Why the place is called a birding paradise?
Several Himalayan Birds such as Burn Swallow, Laughing Thrush, Sunbird, Scarlet Minivet, Minla, Yuhina, Scaly Thrush, Ashy Backed Shrike, Spotted Eagles, Magpie, Drongo, Woodpeckers, Black Bulbul, Drongo, Kingfishers, Robin, Himalayan pheasants, etc are found in abundance in and around this place, thus this place is called a birding paradise.
Q. What is the best time to visit Latpanchar?
Apart from the monsoon season when heavy rainfall and frequent landslides happen, every season can be proved as the best time to visit this hamlet.
Q. Can I travel solo to this hamlet?
Yes, you absolutely can. The village is quite safe to visit and the local people are quite friendly, welcoming as well as co-operative.
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