Nokdara or Nok Dara is one of the picturesque offbeat destinations just about 28 km of the main town of Kalimpong. Far from the tourists rush, Nokdara in Kalimpong is flourishing rapidly as a famous tourist destination.
The term "Nokdara" derived from a Lepcha word "Nok Hlo". In Lepcha Nok means Black, foggy or cold whereas hlo means hills. Moreover, the name of the place "Nokdara" was particularly given by the local Nepalese where "Dara" means hills.
Nokdara, a newly discovered hamlet adjacent to Kalimpong offers plenty of tourist attractions to see. Here are what to see in and around this newly found jewel named Nokdara.
Situated between Lava, Lolegaon and Kafer, the alluring beauty of Nok Dara can be enjoyed in a different way and by doing plenty of different activities. Here are the things you can do while having a tour to Nokdara Kalimpong.
Tourists usually don't get disappointed while travelling to Kalimpong's Nok Dara as there are plenty of tourist attractions available to explore nearby. Here are some of the most prominent one as mentioned below.
Those who are willing to visit Nokdara can hire a taxi from Siliguri, Bagdogra or any other nearby places. NJP is the nearest railway station. Hence, you can Board a train to NJP and then hire a car or taxi to reach your alluring Nokdara Jheel in Kalimpong. Bagdogra is the nearest airport of Nokdara. After landing at the airport, you will get plenty of cars running to Kalimpong.
The convenient way to reach there is by taking a Kalimpong Tour Package from North Bengal Tourism. By taking a tour package, you don't have to bear any hassle and can have an excellent tour in Kalimpong.
Nokdara offers a modern accommodation option for those who want spend the night here at this scenic settlement. There is a lodge or homestay with all the modern amenities.
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