Away from the hustle-bustle of metropolitan cities, Kalimpong welcomes you with open arms to experience the best that nature has to offer. Located in the state of West Bengal in western India, Kalimpong is a hill station and the subdivision of the Darjeeling district. It is one of the largest sub-divisions of India. Kalimpong is still a hidden gem, but once you visit this exotic town, there is no turning back. A scenic backdrop of the Himalayan Mountains with their snow-covered peaks and lush green surroundings, Kalimpong is undoubtedly a visual treat.
Kalimpong is situated at an amazing altitude of 1250 meters, lying a little lower as compared to its neighboring towns of Darjeeling, Gangtok, and Siliguri. The weather in Kalimpong is pleasant with moderate climate round the year making it one of the most preferred tourist destinations in western India. About 40,000 tourists visit Kalimpong every year to get spectacular sights of Kanchenjunga snow peaks, monasteries, flower nurseries, temples and more. It also offers a gateway to other touristy places like Lava, Loleygaon, and Pedong.