Lamahata at an altitude of nearly in Darjeeling district would be launched as a new tourist destination in November as also the Darjeeling-Lamahata-Takdah circuit by the West Bengal government. Lamahata, attractive as a \\\'Honeymoon Point \\\'. Accommodation offered a view of the entire Kanchenjunga range and the river Teesta, an artificial lake was being created with storage facility as part of rainwater harvesting in the area.
Tourist Places Near Lamahatta : Darjeeling, Kalimpong, Namchi, Kurseong, Miri
Nestled among the rolling mountains with the glistening Mt Kanchenjunga towering over the azure sky, Darjeeling fondly called \\\"Queen of the Hills \\\", provides a perfect gateway for those seeking to be in harmony with nature. It is \\\"hill town headquarters \\\" of Darjeeling district with a partially autonomous status within the state of West Bengal.
Kalimpong, a pristine hill station in West Bengal, is located about 50 km east of the famous tourist destination Darjeeling. This hill town, overlooking the beautiful Teesta valley, is at an altitude of 1250 m above the sea level and is vibrant with bustling activities. Kalimpong is located at the foothills of majestic Shiwalik ranges in Lower Himalayas.
Namchi is situated at an altitude of 1,675 m above sea level. It is situated at a distance of 92 km from the state capital Gangtok and 90 km from the town of Siliguri, the nearest railhead and airport. Namchi offers an unmatched view of the Khangchendzonga range and the Rangit valley. Here you can visit the Sherdup Choeling Monastery and the Dichen Choeling monastery. Around two kms from Namchi is the old Ngadak monastery which is now being renovated. Situated on a hill just above Ngadak monastery is the very attractive Rock Garden, which is full of rare flowers and plants and also offers breathtakingly beautiful views.
Kurseong is a hill station situated in Darjeeling district of West Bengal, India. Located at an altitude of 1458 metres. Kurseong is just 32 km from Darjeeling. The terraced tea gardens, orchid nurseries, and verdant hill slopes are best explored either on foot or by the Toy Train which runs from New Jalpaiguri to Darjeeling. Kurseong derives its name from the Nepali word, Kharshang which means dawn \\\'s pole star. Kurseong was transferred to the British in 1835 by the King of Sikkim. The town gained importance only after 1880 although Darjeeling took away the larger share of tourism.
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