India | West Bengal


Bhutanghat, 45 km from Alipurduar in West Bengal, is famous for its scenic beauty. Located near the border with Bhutan, this region is blessed by the river Raidak . There is a beautiful forest bungalow (built in 1904) overlooking the river. Bhutanghat is a mountainous terrain, flanked by hills covered with abundant green forests. Bhutanghat is elephant country and is an attractive destination for wildlife lovers.

The forest areas of Bhutanghat form part of the Buxar Tiger Reserve and National Park. Forest rent houses of the West Bengal Forest Development Corporation are available at Bhutanghat.

Alipurduar Junction railway station and Cooch Behar airport serve this region.

Updated on 19th September, 2005
District: Jalpaiguri


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