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Address: Jaldhaka River | Bindu, Darjeeling 734503, India

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Bindu is only 107 km from Siliguri. The last village of West Bengal. Bindu is a valley encircled with hills of Bhutan and India on the banks of river Jaldhaka. The road that leads... read more

4 of 5 bubblesReviewed 5 weeks ago
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Kolkata, India
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Kolkata, India
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Bindu is only 107 km from Siliguri. The last village of West Bengal. Bindu is a valley encircled with hills of Bhutan and India on the banks of river Jaldhaka. The road that leads to Bindu is in itself an unforgettable experience. The whole region is extremely beautiful with greenery all around. From here, you can have a view of... More 

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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 26 June 2016 via mobile

Jaldhaka Hydrel Project is at Bindu on River Jaldhaka. A small village at Bhutan border bears a pictureous surrounding with hills, greenery and stream. Ideal site for day visit. About 60 kms from Murti .On the way spend some time in Jhallong and Paron. You can stay in Jhallong, a resort run by WBFDC. Monsoon be avoided. Spring and Winter... More 

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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 29 November 2015

A hydel project is on this Jaldhaka River. The other side is Bhutan. Its more beautiful if you visit during monsoon. Very few eatery (avoid). But the landscape is beautiful.

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Kolkata (Calcutta), India
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 13 November 2015

The dam is located in the upstream of river Jaldhaka. In between jungle and mountains it is beautifully located. One can spent 2-3 hours here. It is a good tourist spot for day visiting. One can witness the roar of the river forcible stopped by the dam.

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Thank AKBanerjee
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 25 August 2015

The beautiful Bindu Barrage is built across the Jaldhaka river and is located in the Bindu village (Dist - Darjeeling), which is the last village on the Indian land near the Indo-Bhutan border. It is a treat for nature lovers and photographers as you can see the mountains on both sides of the river as well as beautiful greeneries. This... More 

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Kolkata (Calcutta), India
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 15 July 2015

The mesmerizing river, the sound of water and a heaven for photographers.. It was a soothing experience for us. The Jaldhaka river is amazing..

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 12 June 2015

The wild beauty of Bindu Dam between India and Bhutan is attractive to all group of tourist, we were in the group of nine and we have noticed that the seniors were also became young while climbing the rock and touching the ice cold water of Jaldhaka. the cloud capped valley, the sound of Dam's water flow, the rocky riverbed,... More 

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Kolkata (Calcutta), India
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 11 June 2015

We went in a short tour to North Bengal during the 1st week of June, 2015. We gambled for one-night stay at Bindu. That day, being Thursday, we saw hundreds of people coming from Bhutan with items to sell in India, at the border. We stayed at the Bindu Tourist Inn (Contact: Santosh Chetri: 9474417189). The people here were very... More 

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Navi Mumbai, India
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 18 May 2015

Jhalok Bindu as this place is locally known as is a Dam is situated on the Indo-Bhutan border and constructed across the Jaldhaka River. This is a nice peaceful place and you get to almost touch Bhutan and definitely get to enjoy the Water body between the 2 countries. In a way you are sitting at the border of 2... More 

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Mumbai
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 12 March 2015

Bindu is the last village on the Indian side bordering Bhutan. There is a conjunction of three streams at Bindu, that originates from some lake in Sikkim.This dam also acts as a bridge for crossing over to Bhutan. Natural beauty in abundance, but nothing much to see..

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