Top Tourist Attractions in Uttar Dinajpur (North Dinajpur)
Uttar Dinajpur is a district in the West Bengal state of India. It was formed on April 1, 1992, when the former West Dinajpur district was divided into two subdivisions: Raiganj and Islampur.
Best Places to Visit in Uttar Dinajpur (North Dinajpur)
Tourist spots in North Dinajpur
- • Sap-nikla forest, located 22 km from Islampur where visitors can visit the lake and forest for sightseeing.
- • Karnajora Museum and park
- • Burhana Fakir’s Mosque
- • Goddess Kali’s temple at Baira
- • Malgaon and Kunore – Famous for terracotta work
- • Goddess Bhairabi’s temple at Bindore
- • Kunore- famous for terracotta pottery & Malgaon.
- • Banabithi Resort at Barui, Barduari.
- • Farm-House at Samaspur, Hemtaba
Best Time to Visit in Uttar Dinajpur (North Dinajpur)
The winter season is the finest time to visit North Dinajpur. The weather stays pleasant, making it ideal for sightseeing. October, November, December, January, February, and March are the finest months to visit.
How to Reach Uttar Dinajpur (North Dinajpur)
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport in Kolkata is the closest international airport, about a two-hour drive from North Dinajpur. Frankfurt, Bangkok, Paro, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Dubai, and Yangon are just a few of the main cities served by the airport. Domestic flights to cities like as Chennai, Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore, and Hyderabad are also available.
It has its own railway station, North Dinajpur Railway Station, which is connected to all of West Bengal’s main cities. It is connected to cities such as New Delhi, Bangalore, Mysore, Lucknow, Chennai, and Puri via the important Kolkata-Darjeeling railway line.
North Dinajpur is 13 kilometres from Hemtabad, 19 kilometres from Itahar, 32 kilometres from Karandighi, 111 kilometres from Balurghat, 189 kilometres from Pratapganj, 236 kilometres from Darjeeling, 307 kilometres from Darbhanga, 314 kilometres from Durgapur, and 327 kilometres from Asansol.