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Jayanti is a forest village just at the foot hill of Jayanti Hill along with Jayanti river, the natural boundary in between India and Bhutan. This tranquil and photographic village is a part of Buxa Forest and is about 30 kilometers from Alipurduar by road. For its pictoral view and breathtaking location Jayanti has become in demand among all types of travellers and tourists throughout the country.
The melody of Jayanti river, enchanting lush green forest, mesmeric Jayanti hill and chirping birds will deinitely take you away from everyday hustle and bustle. A pleasant feeling will rejuvenate you for your forthcoming busy schedule.
If you are looking for a luxurious city like accommodation, then Jayanti is not the right choice for you. In this tiny village you need to meet the inner most sancity of the nature, come across with trumpet, euphony of birds, resonanc of river etc. Some small trails along with river will fulfill your inner peace.
Nearest Airport : Bagdogra airport (IXB). It is about 220 kilometers from Jayanti by road.
Nearest Railway Station : Alipurduar Junction. It is about 50 kilometers from Jayanti by road.
From NJP (New Jalpaiguri Railway Station) or Siliguri it is about 210 kilometers by road.
Jayanti River : Jayanti is a river is a small river for which you have to come here again and again with the reminiscence of the magical beuty of the place. The river makes a natural border in between India and Bhutan.
Buxa Tiger Reserve : Buxa tiger reserve, covering an area of 760 square kilometers, is situated in Buxa National Park of Northern West Bengal.
Buxa Fort : Buxa Fort is an interesting historical place located at an altitude of 867 meters in the Buxa National Park. Previously it was a bamboo structured fort built by the Bhutanese to protect one part of the silk route which connected India with Tibet through Bhutan. Later the British reconstructed the fort from bamboo wooden structure to stone structure to make a prison and detention camp for Indin freedom fighters.
Pokhari Lake : Pokhari lake is a small sightseeing place, just 6 kilomters from Jayanti. The pokhari is nothing but a pond filled with a large number of cat fishes and turtles. The pond is so sacred to the local people that they do not enter their feet into the pond water.
Mahakal Cave : Mahakal cave is an interesting path way to the small trekking lovers. It also has an unknown historical background. In the middle of the cave, a small temple is present there, from where you can experience a pictoral view of Jayanti hills nd surroundings.
Coochbihar Rajbari : Coochbihar Rajbari is near about 70 kilometers by road from Jayanti. This historical and magnificent palace was constructed by the famous king Maharaja Nripendra Narayan in 1887. Now, some particular rooms are open for common people to visit the palace.
There are few numbers of homestays available in Jayanti for accommodation. Much luxurious hotels or star hotels are not available to stay in Jayanti
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