One such place is Neora Valley National Park, which is located in Kalimpong district of West Bengal. Nature and adventure lovers will love this place. Spread over an area of ​​about 88 square kilometers, this national park is full of eastern biological diversity. Neora Valley National Park is especially famous for the red panda.
Specialty of Nira Valley

By coming to this park, you can see many birds like red panda, musk deer, Himalayan animals, wild boar, Bengal tiger, Darjeeling woodpecker bird. Snake species like king cobra, lizard, viper, Indian cobra etc. are also present here. The lush green environment here is suitable for the animals to live and this also increases its beauty.

Neora Valley National Park entry fee

The entry fee of Neera Valley National Park is Rs 100 per person. Along with this, you also have to take permission from the forest department to visit this national park. Which can take 2 to 3 hours.

Best season to visit Neora Valley National Park

This park remains closed from July to September. If you plan to visit here between March and April, you will find this valley full of flowers. However, the months of May-June are also suitable for visiting here. It is a bit cold from October to December, but during that time you can see many types of animals and birds here.

How to reach Neora Valley National Park?

By flight-  The nearest airport to reach Neora Valley National Park is Bagdogra Airport. The distance from this park is about 114 kilometers. Taxis are available from the airport to Neora Valley National Park.

By train- The nearest railway station to reach Nira Valley National Park is Ghum. From there, one has to travel 80 kilometers to reach this park.

By Road-  Neora Valley National Park is close to Lava town, from where buses run every few minutes. Apart from buses, you can also book taxis from here.