Bindu is the last village of Indian nation, close to the India-Bhutan border. Everything about the place is amazing. As one approaches to the village, the captivating beauty of the surrounding will glue him to the place.
Travellers can even wish to make an onward journey to Bhutan which is undoubtedly beautiful and thoroughly picturesque. The roads passing through lush tea estates and other small calm villages along the way gifts a memorable journey in Bindu.
True outdoor and nature lovers feel Bindu Tourism as one of the ideal destinations to explore. Travellers who love pitching a tent and build a bonfire, this is the right place to enjoy those activities.
Jaldhaka stream, which passes right through this village is one of the most beautiful places of Bindu. Photography enthusiasts can visit this place for some amazing nature shots. Bindu Dam situated on Jaldhaka River also passesses enchanting beauty. Jaldhaka Hydel Project is dependent on this dam for the water supply.
Hiking at Bindu
Some groups in Bindu offer short hiking trips one of the most famous being Todey to Tangta and onwards to the Nerora Valley National Park. These are by the foothills of the Himalayas, in the lower regions called Kalimpong.
Stay and Shopping
Few hotels at Bindu offers comfortable accommodation. Tourists can halt here once they are tired after travelling and then commence their journey. A place called Sivaji Inn offers a nice package.
Bindu features a small local market with simple traditional products which can be taken as souvenirs. Bindu is proximate to Siliguri, which has an airport as well. The journey by road to and from Siliguri takes around 3 hours.
The best time to visit Bindu is from the month of October onwards.
Bindu is well connected by roadways. For rail and air routes travellers have to reach Siliguri.