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Tourist destinations of Bengal are divided into 5 distinct groups.

The northernmost region is the Hill stations dominated Darjeeling and Kalimpong. Apart from the major hill stations like Darjeeling, Kalimpong, and Mirik; there are several smaller tourist destinations throughout the region which includes places such as Lava, Loleygaon, Rishyap, Ichchegaon, Pedong, Sittong, Lamahatta, Rangaroon, Lepchajagat, Chatakpur, Takdah and many others.

Come down to the Himalayan Foothills in the region known as Dooars, the Dooars area is popular for forests and wildlife. There are 3 major forests in the area which are Gorumara, Jaldapara, and Buxa, these forests attract a lot of tourists as it is home to a variety of wildlife including the Elephant.

Further south is the area that is referred to as Medieval Bengal. This includes destinations such as Malda and Murshidabad which are important historical places and have historical sites of tourist interest.

The fourth area is Kolkata and its surrounding area that is popular for cultural tourism. Kolkata is not only the capital of the state of Bengal but also one of the largest cities in India and has a very strong cultural and historical heritage to attract tourists. There are many places around Kolkata that are of tourist interest such as Shantiniketan and Chandannagar.

Further south close to the sea we have the sea beaches of Bengal which include Digha, Mandarmani, Bakkhali, and other beaches. The Sundarban mangrove forest is also in the same area.

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