Jore Pokhri Wildlife Sanctuary In West Bengal

Jore Pokhri Wildlife Sanctuary In West Bengal

Jore Pokhri Wildlife Sanctuary has been fascinating the tourists across the world with its scenic beauty.  Moreover, the visitors can spot the rare Salamander or The Himalayan Newt that is hardly seen any sanctuary. The people of West Bengal called Himalaya Salamander as ‘Gora.’ The best season to watch theses Goras during the rainy season. Also, the sanctuary is the abode of a varied variety of animals and birds. 

Jore Pokhri Wildlife Sanctuary In West Bengal

The sanctuary is situated in Jorpokhri, a small hamlet located at an altitude of 7,400ft in Darjeeling District, West Bengal. Jorpokhri is well known for its twin lakes. Abundant swans often appear to swim in the lake and stroll around the area nearby the lake. It is a delight to watch the swans in the water bodies.

Jore Pokhri Wildlife Sanctuary In West Bengal

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Apart from it, the tourists can witness the spectacular Himalayan Snow Peaks, Kanchenjunga Peaks,  beautiful Kurseong landscape and the Darjeeling landscape. From October to March one could get the best views of these splendors. The tourists can also find an eatery nearby the lake where snack and breakfast are available. 

Jore Pokhri Wildlife Sanctuary In West Bengal

Accommodation Near Jore Pokhri Wildlife Sanctuary:

Coming to the accommodation near Jore Pokhri Wildlife Sanctuary there are two main accommodation amenities such as GTA Tourist Lodge and Salamander Tourist Lode.

How to Reach:

You can avail taxies at Darjeeling to reach Jorpokhri. Within an hour you will be accessed Jorpokhri. From there one can easily access Jore Pokhri Wildlife Sanctuary In West Bengal.

 

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