Lataguri is a beautiful area covered by hills. It is a perfect place to spend some time with your family or friends.
This small village also gives the opportunity of spotting some of the wildlife species in the forests and has a fantastic collection of wild animals and birds for all nature lovers. The beautiful tea gardens also serve as the tourists’ most prominent attractions, making it a perfect holiday destination in Dooars.
Best time to visit:
It is not appropriate to see Lataguri during the month of monsoon season, from 15th June to 15th September, as it rains heavily during this time. December to February is the winter season, which is the best time to visit as the weather remains pleasant and has less humidity.
How to reach:
By Flight: Bagdogra Airport is the closest airport to Lataguri. You can hire a car to come to Lataguri, which is located at a distance of 69 kilometres and it takes 1 hour and 53 minutes to reach Lataguri.
By Car: Siliguri is the nearest place located at a distance of 67 kilometres from Lataguri. Hiring a car from the junction will help you reach Lataguri within a time of 1 hour and 49 minutes approximately.
By Train: New Jalpaiguri Railway Station is the nearest railway station located 52 kilometres from Lataguri. There are many hired cars available to reach Murti Resort Lataguri within 1 hour and 31 minutes.
Places to visit in and around Lataguri:
Lataguri is a famous place to visit while being at Dooars, but there are many other attractions to amaze on your vacation to this tiny hamlet.
This national park is located at a distance of 15 kilometres from Lataguri and is a perfect place for hanging out with your family and friends. It is situated on the banks of River Jaldhaka and Murti River in North Bengal. This park spreads over 80 kilometres and is a place filled with wild flora and fauna.
It is a significant tourist attraction in Lataguri, located at a distance of 20 kilometres from the Gorumara National Park. It has many wild species of flora and fauna. It also gives you the opportunity of spotting many wildlife species. You can also enjoy the scenery of the Eastern Himalayas and the famous Kanchenjunga Mountains.
This destination is located along the river banks of Jayanti and is a famous tourist trekking destination in North Bengal. These caves share a border with the Sinchula Hills and have many ancient ruins to see. The visitors can stay in the forest bungalows and can enjoy the view of the surrounding places.
After a drive of 2 hours, you can reach the Buxa Tiger Reserve, and it is worth visiting. This reserve forest provides shelter to many wild animals. It may take the whole day, but you will like wandering around the beauty of this forest reserve.
It is one of the most favourite and popular destination for tourists in North Bengal. The river has its origin from the Kupup Lake, which partly flows through Bhutan and Bengal. The river is surrounded by hills which give a beautiful view of the rural life of the people living there.