Bindu is the last hamlet of West Bengal, situated at an altitude of 2000 feet along the river Jaldhaka. It is one of the lesser known hill stations which offers astounding view of pictorial landscapes. Sited on the foothills of Himalayas, the hill station is famous for the cardamom plantation. Bindu has quite a few number of places that attract tourists, one of which is the Bindu Dam on the river Jaldhaka. The dam was constructed to control the supply of water to the Jaldhaka Hydel Project at Jhalong. It offers a beautiful panoramic view of the river and hills. Bindu is also famous as it give opportunities to enjoy activites like trekking and hiking to the adventurous seekers.