Mongpong in Darjeeling District of West Bengal is located on the fringe of Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary. It is the home to several birds like Brahminy duck, Pintail duck, Poachard, Mallard and Bar-headed goose that come here from Central Asia and Ladakh during winter.
Mongpong in Darjeeling District is well known for its beautiful landscape of the Teesta River. While on the other side, the mountains and forests give one a treat of dense green beauty.
Mongpong is a very good picnic spot for local people. Mongpong in Darjeeling District is a small village having a forest check post with some shops and huts, but it is a destination of endless natural beauty.
A very good view of Great Himalaya is available from Mongpong along with the Teesta river. The view of Teesta River which divides into several streams in the forestry environments.
Mongpong in Darjeeling District is geographically located and serves as the gateway of Dooars region of West Bengal. There are many scenic and pleasing tourist spots Mongpong in Darjeeling District. The major tourist spots in Dooars are Chalsa, Murti, Bindu, Birpara, Jhalong, Garumara National Park, Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary, Madarihat and Holong. Kalimpong, Kurseong, Lava, loleygaon are also very famous tourist spots and can be visited from Mongpong.
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