Sevok tour: From Siliguri the Sevok is a wonderful place for a short time. Siliguri is the 2nd largest city in West Bengal of India. From this Siliguri can be seen the famous place of the north Bengal. From here, you can visit Kalingpong, Shukna, Miric, Darjeeling, Jaldapara Sanctuary. All are very close to Siliguri. Sevok is the Very popular place. After end of Sevok Coronation Bridge begins at Kalingpong District. However, if you ever come to Siliguri for a short time, you must turn from the Sevok.
The distance from Siliguri Bus stop to Sevok is about 20-22 km and takes 30 minutes with cab. It can take about 50/60 minutes with the buses moving and stopping in the middle. I visited Siliguri several times and every time I made a point to visit the Kali Temple of Goddess “Sevok Kali Mandir”. This beautiful patch of forest with enormous Himalayan trees is enrooted.
The mammal species within the forest include royal tigers, Indian elephants, Indian bison, lizards (staggering deer), feeding deer, rhesus monkeys, fishing cats, and jungle cats. There are hundreds more feathery species in the sanctuary like many other small animals (saroos), foxes, snakes, etc.
The exciting list includes several much endangered species such as the fairy-bluebird and the Himalayan pied horn bill. Glee, Swift, Thrush, Babbler, The exciting list includes several very endangered species such as the fairy-bluebird and the Himalayan pied horn bill. Glee, Swift, Thrush, Babbler, Warbler, Roller, Miniweight and Sunbird are available in abundance, among others.
The best way to enjoy this part is to travel by bike. Roller, Miniweight and Sunbird are available in abundance, among others.
Sevok Kali Temple:
The Sevokeswari Kali Temple or Sevok Kali Temple is a famous and ancient temple located near the Coronation Bridge, about 23 km from the city of Siliguri. The deity, Mother Kali, is believed to be extremely powerful and divine. As drivers and locals pass through the temple road, they stop here to pray and ride safely.
The Coronation Bridge is located in the city of Siliguri, a part of Darjeeling and a part of the state of West Bengal in north-eastern India, in the districts of Jalpaiguri. The Coronation Bridge, about 20 km from the city, features a grove of greenery and was originally built to connect Darjeeling and Jalpaiguri.