Jayanti (জয়ন্তী) is a small hilly village in the lap
of Bhutan hill, a must visit destination of Dooars region in North Bengal and
famous for its natural beauty. The main attractions of Jayanti are wild natural
beauty, Bala River and Jayanti River. These rivers became fearsome in monsoon
and stay narrowed in rest of the year. The wavy view of Bhutan hill from
Jayanti is just fabulous.
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Forest Wild Life
Home stay Bedroom
Jayanti attracts tourists throughout the year, this is
one of the around the year travel destination in Dooars region. We provide homestay
accommodation booking at Jayanti for your relaxing holidays.
Our associate homestay located in very nice location at
Jayanti forest. All rooms are very much comfortable, spacious and well
furnished. Homestay has four rooms including one special room with automatic
light and sensor control. All rooms are with geyser, luxuries tiles fitted
western bathroom, Full HD LED TV. Tariff starts Rs.1,600/ including coffee and
snacks per day per room. All rooms are big enough, spacious and cozy,
provides a super night view of homestay with lights.
Another associate property
(homestay) besides forest office and river only 5-6 min. walking distance. The
owner of this homestay Mr. Banarjee and his son is very helpful and jolly
person, they can arrange sightseeing and local trek. Foods are awesome, package
starts from Rs.250/ per person per day (four times). Room tariff starts Rs.700
Nearest railway station is Rajabhatkhaowa (RVK), only
local and few passenger trains from New Jalpaiguri (NJP) have stoppage at RVK.
New Alipurduar (NOQ) is nearest major railway station and well connected with
rest of India. Numbers of trains are running daily to and from New Alipurduar (NOQ),
like KANCHANJANGA Express, GUWAHATI Express, TESTA-TORSA Express, SARAIGHAT
Express etc. Jayanti situated on 26 K.M away from New Alipurduar, cars and auto
rickshaws are available from station to Jayanti. Nearest airport is Bagdogra
airport (IXB), distance from Jayanti around 201 K.M.
Jayanti can be visited throughout the year, entire
forest remain closed in rainy season.