To escape the hustle-bustle of the urban life, visit this modern yet “back- to- nature” boutique retreat. Located in the Dooars hinterland, in the district of Jalpaiguri, W. Bengal, the property sits in the middle of vast farmlands and miles of the luxuriant Noam forest, with the river Leesh flowing nearby.
Here you can simply relax in the privacy of your cozy room or soak in the fabulous view from the balconies and outdoor decks. Play indoor as well as outdoor games with your family and friends.
Alternatively, climb up the tree top tower to view the glorious Sunset. From this “machaan”, you might as well catch a glimpse of a wild elephant herd.
Go out, visit nearby tea gardens, and bamboo factory; or enjoy picnics by the river. Appreciate the nature in its full glory. Go trekking, experience camping in the jungle, or take a safari into the wildlife sanctuaries.
Evenings at the Trail come alive with soothing bonfire and titillating BBQs. Relish delicious veg. or non-veg. dishes while watching live performances of local cultural groups. Additionally, you may attend specialty educational workshops, or offer voluntary services to the local institutions.
So, if you are a nature lover, seeking peace of mind along with fun in the wild, The Bamboo Trail is your lastresort. You will certainly go back rejuvenated but, chances are, you might not want to leave the place!
Here is the Address: Bamboo Trail Retreat, Manabari, Oodlabari, Dooars District: Jalpaiguri, North Bengal, West Bengal, (India) Contact No: +91 98308 22937/98363 62937
Nearest Airport: Bagdogra, 54km
Nearest Railway Station: Oodlabari, 1km
By road: The bus terminus from Bagdogra and Jalpaiguri have many local buses making trip to Oodlabari.
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