Encased with a lively, rich tea garden is an exciting town found 8km from Mal in Jalpaiguri District, Damdim. Damdim, with its verdant lavish nursery, has caught the eye of numerous sightseers heading out to the Dooars area. The name Dam Dim has its inceptions for the sake of a bug Dim Dima, found in the North East.
An exciting story supports the foundation of the name of this place. An engineer entrusted to refurbish after the fire in a factory, The engineer was fed up with his monotonous lifestyle. Every day His breakfast was comprised of some or other egg preparations. He was fed up with the repeat of the same trial every day, and here egg is known as ‘Deem’ locally. Having been very bothered about his traditional supper, his successive upheavals ‘Damn Deem’ offered to ascend to its present name.
In and around this little town, there are many charming Dam-Dim Tea Garden spots, Gorubathan, Gorumara National Park, Bindu, Murti, Samsing.
Encircled with a rich tea garden, the excursion towards the beautifully honoured town Damdim is a life-changing involvement with itself. Going in a road which is spread with the pictorial viewpoint on the changing vegetation of paddy field and tropical boondocks and seeing the stream Teesta meandering through the rough valley specked with the rich raised forest area offered while crossing the renowned Coronation Bridge is a visual treat for the travellers during the charming trip towards Damdim.
The waiting substance of British time can even now feel in Damdim through the engineering and vacationer can, in any case, relish the rich provincial culture in the Tea Estate of Damdim. The domain is isolated into three divisions: Hatkhola, Barrons, and the North Grant Division. Damdim Tea Estate’s past brightness can be felt in the drawn-out old inheritance Tea Garden Bungalow named as bada saheb lodge.
This spot used to be the living arrangement of the administrator of Dam Dim Tea Estate.
Presently the Burra sahibs are gone; however, endeavours are in progress to re-establish the cottages to their past greatness and give the all-around obeyed voyager a sample of the grower’s way of life. Vacationers may likewise visit the Western Dooars Club of Damdim, which was at one time the centre point of the grower’s public activity. Its incredible organization includes a teak move floor, a pool room, a great kitchen, a bar and spread close by it, an 18-hole golf club. The Burra sahibs and the memsahibs have left, and alongside them have gone the fabulousness and excitement of the grand balls and the trendy do’s. When the vibrant lodge is currently secured under the substantial residue, and the green moving glade of the fairway is presently left abandoned. Yet, the appealing mystique of Damdim is as, however, not lost. Seeing verdant tea garden spread around the decade-old cottage, which despite everything has the quintessence of celebrated days, has attracted numerous voyagers towards Damdim.
Go for a walk around the lavish nursery through the winding strolling ways while devouring your eyes with the bewildering vista of the lively tea fields loosened up for a significant distance in Damdim. A long way from the chafing swarm with the bit of history Damdim sited amid the verdant tea garden has become a comfort for the sightseers who like to find out about the cycle behind the creation of tea leaves and look upon the British period design while venturing out to Dooars.
The excellence of the lavish tea nursery of Damdim can devour consistently; however, the winter season from mid-November to January is the best ideal opportunity to visit Damdim because of the calming climate.
Day 1: Transfer to Jaldhaka
The officials will receive you on your arrival at NJP or Bagdogra. The journey will move towards Jaldhaka. Relish the curvy roads in your availed vehicle. After a short drive of 80km, at least, it will drop you at the homestay. Have a restful day by relishing the surroundings’ view and after having your lunch, go out to here and there in the cherished vicinity. Get a marvellous sight of the scenic encircled with natural beauty. Spend your first day night at the homestay of Jaldhaka.
Day 2: Sightseeing at Bindu, Paren & transfer to Damdim
After having breakfast at the resort, you will be moving to Bindu, the last village of West Bengal. Twenty kilometres from Jaldhaka, this tranquil hamlet’s ambience is calm and serene, which is worth visiting on your Dooars tour. From Bindu, you can have incredible scenery of the mountains and the valleys below, with a lush green forest carpeted through the entire land. Moreover, Bird lovers will get to see various migratory birds at Bindu Dam. Your next visit attraction to explore will be Paren, another unique settlement surrounded by lofty green hills and mountainous forest. Appreciate the breathtaking view of the Bhutan hills and the plain of Dooars while strolling around the village. After this successful tour at Bindu and Paren, you will get moved to Damdim, a small village widely famous for its tea estates and luxurious forest all around. Upon arrival, check into your resort at Damdim. Now the remaining day is all yours to do whatever you want. After dinner, night halt at Damdim.
Day 3: Transfer to NJP
check out from the resort after having your breakfast for your returning journey. With a beautiful memory of your dreamy tour, make your farewell to the vast green land. The car will drop you at New Jalpaiguri Junction. From the start to the end of the tour, you will witness a plethora of natural phenomenon. Finally, the Dooars Package Tour of Jhandi Damdim Jhallong comes to an end.
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