BARAMANGWA

Baramangwa is small village on the hilly slopes with terraced farming and orange orchards make the place beautiful and eye-catching. Situated at a sub-division of Darjeeling hills. Baramangwa is at an altitude of about 4500 ft. Settled atop Darjeeling Hills towards the western side of the Kalimpong hills in the Teesta Valley, with magnificent view of the confluence of Teesta and Rangeet Rivers on one side and with Kalimpong Hills on the other side. Though Baramangwa a hilly area and the weather here is cool and pleasant, but severe cold do not affect here. From orange orchards to very precious organic medicinal herbs are cultivated at Baramangwa. The locals in habit Baramangwa here are mainly of Nepali, Sherpa, Pradhans and Lepchas. The main source of livelihood of the locals at Baramangwa is cultivation of organic foods (terraced farming) also known as stepped cultivation and homemade pickles. There are small trek routes those emerged from Baramangwa and passes through the orange orchards which are worth enjoying. One can also enjoy the view of Peshoke Tea Estate which is a 3 km trekking from Baramangwa and if one can trek another 4 km you will get down at Teesta bazaar, where river rafting are worth enjoying. During orange ripping season, varieties of Himalayan birds assemble here to get their part. Baramangwa is growing rapidly as a tourist destination along with ChotamangwaTinchuley, and TakdahBaramangwa is within 30-40 minutes from Chotamangwa, and 45 minutes from Tinchuley, so the next time you plan your trip for North Bengal, this circuit of Tinchuley, Baramangawa and Chotamangwa within 3 to 4 days tour can be one of the good alternative.

Few Things about Baramangwa: From Baramangwa Kanchenjunga is not visible, but one can have a clear view of the Kalimpong hills on one side and the clear view of flowing Teesta River. Baramangwa is mainly consists of Farmhouses and Cottages. These are the properties of the locals which are run and maintained by the themselves. There is also another accommodation just near the Orange orchards. You can take long nature walks all along the orange orchards or simple gaze at the blue hills all around. You have a lot of opportunities for activities at Bara Mangwa. Trekking and rock climbing are abundant and so is river rafting in the waters of Teesta. You first have to get down at New Jalpaiguri Railway station and then take NH-31A straight to Teesta Bazaar. From here you need to take left after crossing the Teesta Bridge to reach Bara Mangwa village.

While travelling to Baramangwa from NJP one will come across the Sevoke coronation bridge and the Peshoke Tea Estate, lover’s view point. Though hills have its own unique beauty. But among all this, Peshoke Tea Estate and Lover’s view point are worth watching. From lover’s view point, the meeting point of River Teesta and River Rangeet are clearly visible. In this sector “community based Eco – Tourism” has gown which enhances the financial betterment of the locals.

How to Reach: Baramangwa can be reached from New Jalpaiguri via Sevoke and Teesta Bazar which is about 45 km. It takes about 3 hrs journey by car. The last few kilometers are totally isolated. Car bookings are available from NJP station which will take you to Baramangwa or you can also book car from the respective hotels before your journey they will send the car for Pick up. Best time to visit is mid September to Mid June.

DARJEELING BLOSSOM ECO TOURISM COMPLEX – BARAMANGWA

Darjeeling Blossom Eco Tourism Complex or DBETC Complex (in short) is accommodation available at Bara Mangwa with wide arrays of cottages and rooms. Starting from double bed sharing to four bed sharing DBETC has it all. The rooms (all cottages typed) at this DBETC complex are all wooden furnished with attached bathrooms (all western type)n with each cottages. They also have the availability of geyser for running hot water. In-House restaurant. Cottages are all separate from other and offers excellent wide views of the mountains and valleys. All the cottages of DBETC Baramangwa Complex are built is such a dimension that one get enough space both inside and outside the cottages to spend their leisurely. The complex is well organized with wide space where you can find various kinds of flora and fauna. Not only that, but also their kind sense of hospitality and warm welcoming will really cherish you though out your stay at DBETC Baramangwa Complex.

ROOM TYPES (All Cottages):

American Beauty: Per Cottage Rs.2000/- (2+1)
Fooding Rs.600/-(Non Veg) & 450/-(Veg)
(From Bed tea to Dinner)

Sweet Pea: Per Cottage Rs.1200/- (2+1)
Fooding Rs.600/-(Non Veg) & 450/-(Veg)
(From Bed tea to Dinner)

Pink Lady: Per Cottage Rs.1500/- (2+2)
Fooding Rs.600/-(Non Veg) & 450/-(Veg)
(From Bed tea to Dinner)

Her Majesty (Family Cottage): Per Cottage Rs.1800/- (4+2)
Fooding Rs.600/-(Non Veg) & 450/-(Veg)
(From Bed tea to Dinner)

10% Service charge applicable on the above tariff.

HOW TO BOOK: Call us at 9831311606 , 9830381306, 9830619422 to get the current availability status or use the query form furnished below with all you travel queries and submit, we will call/ contact you directly.
Or, you may also directly book from our Kolkata office at: 8C Shanti Ghosh Street, Kolkata – 700003. Nearest Landmark: Manindra Chandra College and Shyambazar Metro Railway Station (Gate No: 3)