|The picture perfect location beside the turbulent Murti River as well as Chapramari is sure to mesmerize even the most unromantic individuals. Staying in the ethnic styled cottages and evening tribal dance in this setting can be a magical experience. Complementary visit to the ‘Chapramari Wild Life Sanctuary’ is a boon with the reservation.
Stay in eco-friendly Cottage naturally designed for your pleasure dream.
Dine with pleasure the local preparation in village style.
Experience tribal dance in the evening with the charming breeze and drone all around.
Enjoy an adventurous trail in between the ‘Chapramari Wild Life Sanctuary’ towards
the vicinity of flora & fauna.
Enjoy the Wilderness from ‘Chapramari Watch Tower’.
Mouchuki Camp (Samsing)
Mouchuki Camp (Samsing) at Neora Valley National Park. Mouchuki Forest Bungalow is very nice. The park is spread over 88 km². The forest in Neora Valley has such luxurious growth that even sunlight finds. Neora Vally National Park is one of the last remaining pristine ecosystems of the Eastern Himalayas with its amazing Biodiversity and is home to many rare and endangered, plants, animals and birds. It exhibits a rich variety of habitat as the area comprises the catchment and watershed of the Neora River with its tributaries. The National Park spreads over an area of 88sq.km. in the civil district of Darjeeling under Kalimpong Sub-Division. It was declared as a National Park FINALLY IN 1992. The land of the cute Red Panda in its pristine undisturbed natural habitat with rugged inaccessible hilly terrain and rich diverse flora and fauna together make the Park an important wilderness zone.
Being a part of the Himalaya, the altitude of the National Park varies from 183mt. To 3200mt. The highest point lies on the north bordering Sikkim called as the Rachilla Danda. Small water bodies / Wetlands are scattered all over the Park namely the Jorepokhri, Panchpokhri, Tempola etc.
The Neora Valley National Park is situated in an area with varying altitude.Maximum temperature is 300 minimum is below 00. Snowfall is common between November to February. Monsoon starts from May to middle of October. The average rainfall in the catchment is 635 cms. Ammually.
The best time to visit the National Park is from October to April. Day visit to the National Park can be availed from 16th September to June 15th . The two entry points are LAVA and SAMSING. Entry Tickets are made available from the respective Range Offices.