Spread over an area of 78.60 sq. km and at the higher ridges of Darjeeling Himalayas (between 2400m to 3650m) in West Bengal, Singalila National Park is a popular reserved forest area. It’s a beautiful park that attracts tourists for its diversity of rare species of animals, orchids, rhododendron forests and alpine valley. A visit here gives you a chance to gaze at rare species of orchids and endangered species of animals.

A trip to the Singalila National Park gives tourists an opportunity to see species as varied as exotic Red Panda, Himalayan Black Bear, leopard, serow, pangolin, barking deer etc. A variety of birds can be seen here, most of them being migratory birds. Natural beauty is all around the park and breathtaking views of Himalayan peaks against the backdrop of thick forests will delight the senses no end. 

Singalila National Park also offers the lip-smacking prospect of some wonderful treks through the alpine meadow and rhododendron forests. For trekkers, the park has a lot of options and peaks such as Sandakphu (3636m) andPhalut (3605m). Both these peaks offer a mesmerizing view of the Kunchenjungha snow ridges and Mt Everest. Visit the park and experience nature at its best!