Bindu is the small village surrounded by hills and forest is the last hamlet of West Bengal. It is only 107 km from Siliguri and situated just before Bhutan Boder. Bindu valley is surrounded with hills of Bhutan and India on the banks of river Jaldhaka. Bindu is popularly known for its cardamom plantation. The place is also coming up as a popular off beat tourist destination of Dooars. It the area along the banks of river Jaldhaka which is formed after conjunction of three water streams at Bindu namely Bindu khola, Dudh Pokhari and Jaldhaka. At Bindu there is a Dam over Jaldhaka River, which are controlled the water supply to the Jaldhaka Hydel Project at Jhalong and acts as a bridge for crossing over to Bhutan.
The journey towards Bindu is simply amazing just after crossing Coronation Bridge and over flowing Tista River. It is the main entrance gate towards Dooars region. The journey towards hills is quite different than plains, most of the people love hills journey as there is no any crowd simple magnificent view, where you suddenly get Wildlife also, flying birds, magical dense green forest uncountable ravishing things. The main attraction point in Bindu is the Bindu Dam built on the Jaldhaka River to operate water supply of Jaldhaka Hydel project. The Cardamom Curing Centre at Godak just 14km away from Bindu is also a famous tourist spot. It is a government Curing Centre where Cardamom is dyed and processed here before delivery. Bindu is the main location of Jaldhaka Dam, it is one of the oldest Hydro-electric projects between India and Bhutan where tourist can enjoy and captured lots of photograph after taking permission of the WBSEB. The dam used to create substantial electricity but due to heavy silting over the years, the project is said to have become sick now. Just a few kilometres away from Bindu and Paren there is an accentuated height in Godak valley beautiful serene valley for visitors to see around. There are lots of sightseeing area in Bindu where tourist can fully enjoy their stay.