Sited beside the Indo-Bhutan border, in the Western region of Dooars, Rongo is a tiny yet picturesque village. Situated at an elevation of 450 feet, Rongo is an ideal place to reduce the working stress of life and get lost in the serene ambience of nature. Surrounded by luxuriant forest, countless Cinchona plantations, Rongo offers beautiful views of surrounding hills, green lush forests and Jaldhaka river valley.
Rongo, the newly found jewel in North Bengal, is gaining popularity rapidly as a tourist destination due to its serene ambience, scenic beauties and most importantly its ever-smiling local villagers.
Rongo, the scenic offbeat hamlet of Dooars, can be reached from Siliguri, Bagdogra airport or from NJP by hiring a car. The nearest railway station is New Mal Junction at a distance of 40 km from Rongo. Bagdogra is the nearest airport at a distance of about 96 km.
Being an offbeat hamlet, Rongo only offers the homestay mode of accommodation. You will feel like staying at your home. The rooms of the homestays are spacious and equipped with all kinds of modern amenities such as attached bathroom, hot water, delicious food etc.
Being an offbeat hamlet of Dooars, Rongo can be visited at any season of the year. The weather stays charming all the time and the temperature does not get low at an unbearable extent. However, you are advised not to visit the hamlet during monsoon as the roads usually get muddy and become inaccessible.
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