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It is seen that most of the people are fond of traveling. That is why most people take time out of their busy lives and busy schedules and plan to go out with their family or friends. Everyone searches for a place to roam where they can enjoy beautiful views. If you are also planning to travel this time, then you must visit these special places of North East India. Seeing the beauty of these places, everyone becomes crazy about these places. Let us know about these special places in detail through this article -

* Kalimpong:

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Let us tell you that you can plan to go to Kalimpong for sightseeing during this time. To enjoy the natural beauty, you can plan to visit this place in the last week of September. Let us tell you that this famous city of West Bengal, situated in the lap of the Himalayas, attracts a lot of tourists. During your trip here, you can visit places like Durpindhara, Thongshagumpha, and Gauripur House.

* Digha:

Let us tell you that the winter months are considered the best time to explore this beautiful place of West Bengal, but if you want to take a walk or relax along the beach, then you can also visit Digha in the months of September and October. can do. Here you can enjoy visiting places like Shankarpur, Chandaneshwar, Subarnarekha River, and Lakshmi Narayan Temple.

* Gangtok :

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You can include Gangtok in your travel destination list. At present the beauty of this place increases due to the rainy season. Let us tell you that you can explore the major tourist attractions of Gangtok. Which includes Pemayangtse Monastery, Saramsa Garden, Banjhakhari Waterfall Hanuman Tok.

*Zero Valley:

Zirowali is considered to be the best place to visit in the month of September because the famous music festival is celebrated here in this month. Due to its natural beauty, this place is very much liked by the tourists. During your trip here, you can enjoy visiting places like Tarin Fish Farm, Dolomando, Meghna Cave Temple, and Tally Valley Wildlife.