Mirik is one of the most charming locations of West Bengal after Darjeeling. Nestled in the heart of looming hills and a lake cheerfully traversing through the town, Mirik has developed as a popular among tourists. Like Darjeeling, Mirik also used to be a favourite of the British during their era in India. Tourism began to flourish greatly as the popularity of Darjeeling increased, and since then Mirik has seen a lot of tourists throughout the year. Elevated at a height of 4,905 ft. Mirik’s most alluring feature is the Bokar Monastery, which itself is located over 5,801ft. The climate of this town is pleasant almost the entire year, fluctuating between 30 degrees to 1 degree Celsius in summer and winter respectively. Here’s a quick look at the tourist spots of Mirik.