Jhandi Villa-A Quiet Hillock in Dooars Terrain,Gorubathan

Jhandi is a picturesque valley located in Gorubathan

Jhandi is a small rural  village situated at the height of 6205 feet’s under Gorubathan Block of Kalimpong District West Bengal.It is around 9 kilometres from Lava on the way to Gorubathan with a panoramic view of the Mahananda River valley and Mt. Kanchenjungha. It is an area of extensive tea plantations and forests. For those interested in exploring a new untouched destination in North Bengal, It could be the ideal choice.

Jhandi Villa,Gorubathan

It is rich in lush, tropical evergreen trees, Sal and Pine forests, which are home to some of India’s rarest Himalayan flora and fauna. With its excellent climate, rare flora and fauna and picture-perfect setting, Jhandi should definitely be on the travel plan of all tourists.

Jhandi is a bird-lover’s paradise with hundreds of different breeds offering glimpses and calling out to you from treetops. The forest is full of birds and also hiking trails which are quite interesting for the adventure lovers.

Nearby Attractions of Jhandi:

As it is situated near to Gorubathan, guests staying here can easily travel to the lush, tropical evergreen forests of the western Dooars region like Gorumara and Chapramari. The Lava Buddhist Monastery just 09 kilometres away.

Jhandi Villa,Gorubathan

Below himalayan villages can be visited from here:

How to reach Jhandi:

Visitors may travel from Siliguri, and take the winding road through the Mahananda forest, and travel up to Sevoke. After crossing Sevoke, you can continue over the Coronation Bridge and continue straight.

It takes approximately 1.5 hours to reach Jhandi from the New Mal Railway Station. You can also reach here from Kalimpong via Lava. Jhandi is around 32 kilometers from Malbazar and 87 kilometers distance from Siliguri.

Distance from Jhandi

  • NEW MAL  – 32 KM
  • NJP  – 89 KM
  • LAVA – 10 KM
  •  KALIMPONG – 48 KM
  •  RONGLI – 69 KM
  •  BAGDOGRA – 91 KM

Jhandi Villa,Gorubathan

About Jhandi Villa

A lone pinewood cottage with accommodation for upto 6 persons is the haven of peace and tranquility. The Nathula range greets you from the attic rooms’ glass walls and the Kanchendzonga says ‘hello’ on a sun-kissed morning. Nights are made of yellow fog, bonfires, whispers of the zephyr and the warmth of comfortable blankets.


  • 3 rooms with a dining space and two western toilet
  • 3,500/- per day for the entire cottage
  • Maximum accommodation
  • 6 persons