Neora valley - This Park stretches from Kalimpong or Lava to be precise till Dooars nearly 87 square kilometres.The beauty of the region especially the Neora Valley national Park lies in its tea gardens, hills and in the dense jungles that make up the countryside. Neora Valley is a part of Kalimpong forest division and stretches to the north of Dooars including few beautiful places and trek routes. It is famous for the Red Panda, Himalayan Tahr, goral, Clouded Leopard, Siberian Weasel, Himalayan Black Bear, Asiatic black bear, barking deer, gaur and pangolin. Avi fauna of the region includes the Monal pheasant, Hornbills, Himalayan Griffon Vulture, Eurasian Sparrow hawks and the Kalij Pheasant and is one of the hot spot for birding. Orchids and birds is the beauty of the park. Neora Valley is includes dense bamboo groves, Rhododendron trees, lush green valley, meandering rivers and streams with snowcapped mountains in the backdrop upto an elevation of 10600 feet The highest point is at Rechela Danda of Neora Valley National park and can be reached by trekking. Neora Valley has a few approach road main are the one through Lava via Kalimpong nearly 132 kilometres other route is from Siliguri Samsing via Chalsa nearly 100 kilometres. Please note that these places namely Rajabhatkhawa, Jayanti, Buxa, Chilapata, Rashikbill are remote places situated in the middle of forest hence the facilities available are very basic. One can trek to Mouchaki beat of Neora valley national park for a bird eye view of the plains of Dooars or else guest can simply take a quite stroll in the local Faribasti - a picturesque small hill village even to SuntaleyKhola.
Neora Valley has a positional advantage as it lies between the plains of Dooars and the hills of Kalimpong – Sikkim - Bhutan. Neora valley is accessible either from Kalimpong or from Dooars. Neora Valley Trek route also starts from either Pedong, Lava and ends in Samsing in Dooars or Vice Versa.