West Champaran is one of the popular districts of the state of Bihar, which holds great religious significance and myriad tourist attractions. The district shares its border with neighboring country Nepal, which makes it a place for international importance. You can book West Champaran holiday packages to enjoy its picturesque beauty, mythological importance and much more.
Mid-March - end June
June - end September
Annual rainfall -250 cm-325 cm
Late November To Mid-February
Bhiknatohari is a wonderful place situated on the northern part of West Champaran. A number of tourists come to this place in winters to enjoy the stunning views of the snowcapped Himalayan and the Annapurna peak.
Bank of Triveni (Confluence):
Positioned on the Indo-Nepal border, Bank of Triveni allows the visitors enjoying the scenic confluence of three rivers - Gandak, Panchanand and Sonaha. This confluence is also mentioned in Srimad Bhagwat. Taking a holy bath at this place is considered very auspicious.
Valmikinagar was previously known as Bhainsa Lotan. It is one of the popular tourist attractions of West Champaran. The place is a visual treat for the visitors, which is accomplished with gifts of nature. Surrounded with picturesque natural beauty, the tourist place is an ideal destination for wildlife lovers. It features a beautiful dam constructed over Gandak River.
Valmiki Wildlife Sanctuary:
Spread over 544 km² of land, the sanctuary is a home to the myriad of wildlife animals and birds. Enjoying majestic Himalayas as its backdrop, this calm wild land offers splendid views to its visitors. The historic Valmiki Ashram is located in the forests just close to the sanctuary. It is also worth of paying a visit.
Udaypur Wildlife Sanctuary:
It is another wildlife sanctuary in West Champaran district of Bihar. The sanctuary was established in 1978 and is spread over an area of 8.74 km². The sanctuary has a rest house and is also a home to variety of water birds (both resident and migratory).