Neora Valley National Park

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Neora Valley National Park, situated in the Kalimpong district of West Bengal, India, was established in 1986 and covers an area of 88 square kilometers. It is a biodiverse region known for its untouched natural beauty and serves as a crucial habitat for the endangered red panda. The park boasts rugged, inaccessible hills and a wide variety of flora and fauna. Additionally, it is connected to the Pangolakha Wildlife Sanctuary in Pakyong District and the forests of Samtse District in Bhutan through dense forest cover.


  • - Neora Valley National Park offers breathtaking and untouched natural beauty that mesmerizes visitors.
  • The park is home to the elusive and adorable red panda, making it a prime destination for wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers.
  • With its rugged and inaccessible hilly terrain, the park provides a thrilling and adventurous experience for trekkers and explorers.
  • The lush green forests, gushing rivers, and cascading waterfalls create a picturesque and serene atmosphere, perfect for relaxation and rejuvenation.
  • Neora Valley National Park offers a rare opportunity to witness the unspoiled and pristine beauty of eastern India, making it a hidden gem for nature enthusiasts.

Frequently asked questions

Neora Valley National Park offers two entry points. The first entry point is located at Kolakham village, approximately 10 km away from Lava. Visitors can reach Kolakham village from Lava within an hour by jeep. The second entry gate of Neora Valley is situated at Samsing.

It is known for being the most undisturbed patch of forest in the state, featuring a rich diversity of flora and fauna. The park encompasses a relatively inaccessible area of late-successional forests, making it ecologically important and unique in the region.

Neora Valley National Park is home to endangered mammals like the clouded leopard, red panda, and musk deer. It also houses species such as leopard, civet, black bear, golden cat, wild boar, goral, serow, barking deer, sambar, Himalayan flying squirrel, and Thar.

The Neora Valley National Park is traversed by the Neora River.

In winter, sometimes the temperature comes below 0°C whereas in summer the maximum temperature cross 30°C. Snowfall is common between November and February.

It's home to the home to elusive Red Panda.

The best time to visit Neora Valley National Park is during the months of March to June and September to December when the weather is pleasant and conducive for outdoor activities.

Yes, there are several accommodations available near Neora Valley National Park, including resorts, guesthouses, and homestays, providing options for a comfortable stay.

Entry is free.

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