Dooars Jungle Tour

DOOARS TOUR PACKAGES FROM NJP / KOLKATA

Dooars Tour Packages offer a captivating journey through the southern foothills of the Himalayan mountain region, covering Darjeeling, Jalpaiguri, Alipurduar, and Cooch Behar districts in northern West Bengal. This region serves as the gateway to the mountains of Sikkim, Darjeeling, Kalimpong, and the country of Bhutan, renowned for its timber, tea, and tourism—the three Ts that define the area. Tourist attractions in Dooars include the Murti River, Samsing, Suntalekhola, Jaldhaka, Bindu, Paren, Rongo, and Jaldhaka near Lataguri, close to Gorumara National Park. Additionally, Khoirabari, Totopara, Jayanti, Bhutan Ghat, Buxa fort, Gajoldoba, Phuntsholing, Sikiajhora, and Cooch Behar are near Jaladapara National Park. The region boasts diverse wildlife in places like Garumara National Park, Jaldapara National Park, Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary, Chapramari Wildlife Reserve, Buxa Tiger Reserve, Neora Valley National Park, and Chilapata forests. Dooars is characterized by numerous rivers and streams, such as Teesta, Jaldhaka, Murti, Torsa, Geesh, Leesh, Neora, Kalchini, and Jayanti. The area’s dense jungles harbor diverse wildlife, including the Royal Bengal Tiger, one-horned rhinoceros, Asiatic elephants, various deer species, bison, rare birds, and reptiles.

Accommodations in Dooars are available in Lataguri, Madarihat, Santelakhola, Jayanti, Buxa, Paren, offering options from hotels to homestays, providing a taste of local culture and cuisine. Jungle safaris are the highlight of Dooars tourism, with Garumara National Park offering jeep and unique bullock cart safaris, Jaldapara National Park providing elephant and jeep safaris, and Chilapata National Park offering jeep safaris.

For a well-planned Dooars tour package, a popular option is a 4 nights 5 days tour, with 2 nights in eastern Dooars (Lataguri, Murti, Rongo, or Paren) and 2 nights in western Dooars (Madarihat, Buxa, or Jayanti). This itinerary covers key tourist spots, including wildlife safaris and visits to places like Coochbehar, Phuntsholing, Jhalong, and Bindu. Optional extensions to Rishop, Lava, or Jhandi allow travelers to explore the nearby mountains and enjoy views of Mount Kanchenjunga.

DOOARS TOUR PACKAGES FROM NJP / KOLKATA

Dooars Tour Packages | Explore the Wildlife In west Bengal

Accommodation options in eastern Dooars include Lataguri, Murti Riverside, Suntelakhola, Paren, and Rongo. In western Dooars, choices include Madarihat (Hollong), Jayanti, and Buxa, each offering a unique experience. Dooars is home to several wildlife sanctuaries, including Garumara Wildlife Sanctuary, Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary, Neora Valley National Park, Buxa Tiger Reserve, Chilapata Forest, Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary, and Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary. Jungle safaris are available in these sanctuaries, providing opportunities to witness the rich biodiversity. Apart from wildlife experiences, other activities and sightseeing options in Dooars include exploring scenic routes via Sevoke or Gajoldoba, crossing the Teesta River, and visiting places like Samsing tea gardens, Murti River at Santelakhola, Jhalong, Bindu, Phuntsholing, Khoyerbari, Buxa, Jayanti, Coochbehar Rajbari, Totopara, and Bhutanghat. Dooars is well-connected by road, rail, and air. The main railway station is New Jalpaiguri, and Bagdogra Airport serves as the nearest airport, located approximately 10 kilometers from Siliguri, the main town connecting the northeast to the rest of India. The region can be easily accessed from Siliguri, with attractions like Garumara National Park just a two-hour drive away. Other important railway stations in Dooars include Malbazar/New Mal Junction, New Alipurduar/Hasimara, and New Coochbehar.

Dooars Tour Package promises an enchanting exploration of the southern foothills of the Himalayan mountain region, encompassing the plains of Darjeeling, Jalpaiguri, Alipurduar, and the northern part of Cooch Behar district in West Bengal. Serving as gateways to Sikkim, Darjeeling, Kalimpong, and the Kingdom of Bhutan, this region boasts a plethora of rivers like Teesta, Jaldhaka, Murti, Torsa, Geesh, Leesh, Neora, Kalchini, Jayanti, and more, originating from the Himalayas and flowing into the rich alluvial flood plains. What makes Dooars truly captivating is its dense jungle forests, home to various wildlife sanctuaries and national parks such as Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary, Chapramari Wildlife Reserve, Gorumara National Park, Buxa Tiger Reserve, Neora Valley National Park, Jaldapara National Park, and Chilapata forests. The diverse fauna includes Royal Bengal Tigers, one-horned rhinoceroses, Asiatic elephants, various deer species, bison, rare birds, and reptiles.

The region’s economy thrives on the three Ts – timber, tea, and tourism. Key tourist attractions include Jayanti, Bhutanghat, Buxa Fort, Gajoldoba, Murti River, Phuntsholing, Samsing, Suntalekhola, Jaldhaka, Bindu, Paren, Rongo, Khoirabari, Totopara, and more. Accommodations are available near Lataguri and Madarihat, ranging from hotels to modest home stays in places like Jayanti, Buxa, and Paren, offering modern amenities and a taste of local culture and cuisine. Jungle safaris are a major draw for tourists, with Garumara National Park providing jeep safaris to four watchtowers and a unique bullock cart safari. Jaldapara National Park offers both elephant and jeep safaris, while Chilapata National Park exclusively offers jeep safaris. Western Dooars attractions like Garumara National Park, Gajoldoba, Samsing, Santelakhola, Bindu, and Jhalong are best explored by staying near Lataguri, whereas Khoirbari, Phuntsholing, Buxa, Chilapata, Jayanti are more conveniently accessed from Madarihat. For a well-planned Dooars Tour Package, consider starting your journey from Mal Junction and ending at New Alipurduar/Hasimara station or vice versa.