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Gorumara National Park

Gorumara National Park and Lataguri

The Dooars tourism offers the tourists to visit the beautiful and flourishing town of Lataguri and allows one to let the hiker in them be revealed. Being a village once, Lataguri is now a flourishing town with open fields and uncultivated farms. Lataguri allows one to visit various national parks like the Gorumara National park, the Chapramari Nation Park and the famous Buxa forest and fort. The permits to enter these National Parks are given from Lataguri. Another attraction in the village itself is the “Nature Interpretation Centre” which provides a lot of information to the tourists regarding the flora and fauna that are found in the Dooars. Thus Lataguri is a compulsory spot for a Dooars tour.

Places to visit in Lataguri

Gorumara National Park: Situated in the banks of rivers Murti and Raidak, Gorumara National Park is one of the most important Dooars tourist spots. The national park is located in the district of Jalpaiguri and is home to a wide variety of wildlife includingthe famous Asiatic one-horned rhinoceroses, Asian elephant, the royal Bengal tiger and the great Indian hornbill.Indian wild dogs, giant squirrel, wild boar, deer, cobra python and a huge variety of birds are also found here.To visit the national park, one has to book a safari from the forest department. There are two types of safari: ye elephant safari and the Jeep safari. If one has a pair of binoculars with night vision enabled, the most splendid experience in the Dooars tour will be this safari. The safari takes the tourist to various watch towers:

Jatraprasad watch tower: Named after a female Elephant known for her caring nature, the Jatraprasad watch tower is known to have the most splendid view among the watch tower because of the presence of the salt lakes just below. It holds refuge to a huge number of wildlife and can be very enjoyable to watch especially during the morning and afternoon safaris.

Medla watch tower: The Medla watch tower allows the tourists to enjoy the ride of a unique bullock cart driven safari. The journey to the watch tower allows tourists sighting is various bisons, deer and even elephants. One can get a beautiful Panasonic view of the jungle from the upper platform of the watch tower. The watch tower lying in the banks of the river Murti allows tourists to watch elephants and bisons cross the river from one side to the other. On a clear day, one can also enjoy the beautiful view of the Kanchenjunga from the watch tower. If one takes the last trip of the safari, one can also enjoy a tribal dance at the end of the trip which requires a slightly higher cost.

Other than these, there is also the Chukchuki watch tower and Rhino point.

Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary:

Being the neighbour of the Gorumara National Park, the Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary is another spectacular spot in the Dooars tourism. The sanctuary is known for the number of Asian elephants found here. Other than the elephants, one can find a large variety of wildlife including the Indian bison, rhinoceroses, deer, boar and even leopards. But unlike the Gorumara National Park, the royal Bengal tiger cannot be found here. One is advised not to take on a Dooars tour including the Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary in the rainy season as it remains closed to tourists from June to September.

Khunia forest: The Khunia forest is a vast area of grassland between the Gorumara National Park and the Chapramari Wildlife sanctuary. The Chapramari Wildlife sanctuary is just a kilometre away from the Khunia forest. There is basically a watch tower in the middle of the grasslands. The huge pond and salt lake in the area attracts a huge number of animals and provide beautiful scenery of the grassland. The watch tower inside the forest is known as the Chandrachur watch tower which was formally known as the Khunia watch tower. Unfortunately the forest doesn’t have any lodging centres inside. One is welcome to come and visit and see the wonderful panoramic view of the forest in the banks of the Murti River.

Hope you have a wonderful journey in the rain forests of the Dooars.

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Samsing Dooars

Samsing Village

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Situated in the foothills in between Jalpaiguri and Darjeeling districts border, Samsing is a small town that serves as the gateway to the famous Neora Valley National Park. Samsing is said to be the queen of Dooars. If you are a nature lover, a Dooars tour including Samsing is best for you. From hills, plains, forests, tea gardens to villages, Samsing is a fusion of all the variety of beauties that nature has to provide. It is a well known tourist attraction. The pictorial scenery of Samsing village is enough for one to come and visit the place. Tea gardens here include the Chalsa tea garden, Zurantee tea garden and Samsing tea garden. Samsing also harbors a large number of exquisite birds including the grey nightjar, greater racket-tailed drongo and black chinned Yuhinas.

How to reach

It takes about 3 hours to reach the Queen of Dooars, Samsing village  from Siliguri through NH31. On reaching Chalsa, one can turn left and drive to Samsing via Meteli enjoying the view of the beautiful tea gardens through the journey.

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Attractions in Samsing village and surrounding

Samsing has various scenic spots. Some are here listed below:

  • Laliguras: One of the well known picnic spots in Samsing is Laliguras. This spot provides a clear view of the Murti River through the bed of rocks and mountains originates from the Neora valley, flowing through the plains of Samsing and later meeting the Jaldhaka River at Gorumara. The spot is best known for its scenic beauty and it is advisable to avoid being late. Tourists should go early to avoid the rush.
  • Suntalekhola: The word ‘Suntale’ means orange and ‘Khola’ means stream. Thus, just like the name suggests this little hamlet situated a few kilometers ahead of Samsing is a village filled with orange orchids though which streams are flowing. For tourists who would like to spend a couple of days in complete silence in the nature’s lap while enjoying the forests and watching the birds, Suntalekhola is perfect. Another attraction of this place is the hanging bridge over the river Sunatalekhola though which one is required to walk in order to reach the WBFDC (West Bengal Forest Development Corporation) lodge.

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  • Rocky Island: Another small village settlement situated a few kilometers from Samsing is Rocky Island. The rocky island is the place where the river Murti comes down off the Hills and meets the plains. The river flows all through the place and the village settlement is located just at the banks of the river. One can watch the river from a bridge on the road. These rocks are so huge that one can also enjoy rock climbing here. During picnic season, tourists hold picnics in the bank of the river Murti in the Rocky Island. These are several short trekking routes originating in the area. One who likes trekking may hike up to the Tree Fern Point and watch the beautiful view of the Himalayan range on one side and the Dooars plain on the other. Te Jelepla Pass connecting China occupied Tibet with India is also visible from here. The forest, hills and the river is a spectacle for nature lovers.

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  • Paren: On the way to Bindu, Paren is a cluster of small villages with roads through forests of sal and coniferous trees. Blessed with the scenic beauty, Paren is dotted with astounding trekking routes. One famous such route includes the Rachella Pass via Alubari and Lava. Rachella is well known for the number of natural lakes presents there and is thus an attraction for trekkers. They can enjoy the adventure of trekking through dense areas of the Neora Valley Forest and border areas of Bengal, Sikkim, and Bhutan. Besides trekking, one can also enjoy short jungle walks leading towards Dalgaon, Garibas, and Rongo which is flourished with the variety of medicinal –plants that a botanist would absolutely be thrilled to see. The jungle walk also allows one to have a glimpse of various types of Himalayan birds and colorful butterflies.

One should definitely include these places in their Dooars tour package and enjoy!


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Jhalong Bindu Jaldhaka

Jhalong and Bindu with Jaldhaka water project

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Jhalong Bindu Jaldhaka project

If one thinks that Dooars is all about jungles and wildlife then they are highly mistaken. The Dooars tourism also provides us with the option to visit beautiful river valleys, villages and hills and enjoy the fresh air and view from there. A Dooars tour including Jhalong and Bindu with the Jaldhaka water project is such an experience.

Situated near the Indo-Bhutan border, Jhalong is a beautiful hill station in the banks of the river Jaldhaka. One can feel like they are back to the time when there were no tall concrete buildings and clouds of smoke around them. The fresh air and the scenic beauty of the place are mesmerising. Jhalong is where the Jhalong River meets the Jaldhaka River. Also, the Jaldhaka water project (Jaldhaka Hydel Project) has also been established here and thus Jhalong is also called Jaldhaka sometimes.

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How to reach

If one wants to visit this beautiful place then they can take an one day trip to Jhalong from Lataguri during their Dooars tour. All they need to do is take the morning safari from Lataguri and enjoy the ride in a jeep to the beautiful Jhalong. One can expect sightings of elephants in the road. Rubber plantations can also be seen on the way near Khunia forest. There is also the option to stay in resorts or hotels, in case one doesn’t want to go back to the same concrete surrounded life. In case one wishes to solely enjoy the hilly Dooars, they also have the option to take a bus from Siliguri straight to Jhalong.

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Attractions in Jhalong

  • Gairibas view point: On the way, the Jeep Safari stops at the Gairibas view point from where the Jaldhaka River is clearly visible. The Bhutan hills rises beyond the river and right below on the Indian side of the river, one can see the little settlement of Jhalong sitting there. 15-20 minutes are allotted to spend there watching the beautiful valley from above. Beside the view point, one can find a restaurant that offers to take various snacks for the rest of the journey. One can also try a full course Nepali meal in the restaurant around lunch time. Other than this, the restaurant also has a small garden area with chairs where one can sit and enjoy a wonderful view of the river and the beautiful Bhutan hills.
  • Jhalong River Camp: If you are an adventurous person then the Jalong River Camp may help you enjoy your Dooars tour better. The Jhalong River camp is situated in the banks of the Jhalong River. This camp is established by the WBFDC (West Bengal Forest Development Corporation) where tents like camps are provided with amenities including hot water in attached bathrooms and food. A common dining area is built with wooden gazebos under shades of trees to give a better camping vibe.
  • Jhalong Market: How can a holiday be complete without shopping? If one takes a bridge and cross the Jhalong river from one side to the other, they reach a village which leads to the Jhalong Market. Bhutanese villagers that live across the Jaldhaka river come here for weekly provisions. Not only one can come here for shopping but they can also witness the harmony between the Indians and the Bhutanese. Other than this there is also another market in the Bhutan Hills known as “Gol Market” where the Indians are allowed to visit.
  • Jaldhaka Hydel Project Site: The Jaldhaka Hydel Project was one of the foremost hydro electric projects in India and is one of the best tourist attractions in Jhalong or Jaldhaka for the wide variety of migratory birds that fly down here The dam also serve as a bridge to go across to Bhutan. One requires a special permit from the WBSEB (West Bengal State Electricity Board) to visit the dam. Bird watchers may have a great time because of the sighting if migratory water fowls from Central Asia and Ladakh.

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Also situated in the Indo-Bhutan border, Bindu is a small village known for the landscape of the Jaldhaka river, hills and forests. It is the conjunction three streams originating from the Kupup Lake (a glacier lake in Sikkim) which later form the Jaldhaka river. Bindu is where the second oldest dam in India (the dam over the Jaldhaka river) was built known as the Bindu dam used to control the water supply in the Jaldhaka Hydel Project. One can use this dam to cross the river and reach Bhutan on the other side though vehicles cannot pass over it. One is free to sit on the huge rocs sitting in the river bed though they should mind their steps as they are slippery and the water current might be strong. One can see cardamom plantations and orange orchids all around. The scene of the hills, plantations and the river with the dam and the water gushing down is just spectacular.

Hope you enjoy your Dooars tour package including Jhalong and Bindu with the Jaldhaka water project.

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Jaldapara Forest


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Home to the river Torsa, Jaldapara is an area of vast grassland with patches of riverine forests. Jaldapara was declared to be a wildlife sanctuary in 1941 for the protection of the wide variety of flora and fauna that are found in this region including the one-horned rhinoceros which is currently said to be endangered. If you like to visit forests or are interested in wildlife and flora photography then a Dooars tour including Jaldapara is best for you. Jaldapara is a great mixture of grassland, deciduous forests and river banks. These river banks hold refuge to a large number of mammals, amphibians, reptiles and birds and it’s a great experience to watch them with our naked eyes.

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How to reach

To reach this beautiful place one has three options:-

  1. By air: Since Jaldapara is a wildlife sanctuary, there is no way to reach there directly. To reach there by a flight, Bagdogra is the nearest airport. One can easily reach Bagdogra and then take a road trip to Jaldapara via Siliguri.
  2. By Train: During a Dooars tour New Jalpaiguri station or NJP station is a vital spot as it is connected to most of the tourist attractions in the Bengal Dooars. The nearest train station is Madarihat. Other than that all trains stop at Birpara and Hasimara which are close to Jaldapara too.
  3. By road: One can also reach Jaldapara by road via the NH 31. One living in Kolkata can easily take a bus from Esplanade and reach Jaldapara. The entry point of the sanctuary is in Madarihat in the Siliguri – Hasimara section.

Places to visit in Jaldapara

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best dooars tour plan in Jaldapara forest
  • Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary: The Jaldapara wildlife sanctuary is one of the largest sanctuaries in the Bengal Dooars. The rivers Torsa and Malangi flows through the rainforest holding refuge to a wide variety of wildlife including elephants, Asiatic one-horned rhinoceros (the sanctuary holding the highest population of rhino in India after Kaziranga National Park), tiger, deer, sambhar, barking deer, spotted deer, hog deer, wild pig and bisons. The only way to travel through the forests is by the elephant safaris or jeep safaris. The elephant safaris take place in the morning starting from the Hollong Lodge of the WBFDC (West Bengal Forest Development Corporation). Usually only four trained elephants of the forest department take part in the safaris named- Laxmi, Minakshi, Madhumala and Priyadarshini. The Hollong Lodge is located deep inside the forest. One who wants to enjoy the elephant safari from Hollong Bungalow Lodge needs to fill out the forms by the previous afternoon.
  • Chilapata Forest: The Chilapata Reserve Forest is a dense forest bordering the Jalpaiguri district and near Jaldapara National Park falling under the Alipurduar district. One can witness the sightings of the one-horned rhino, elephants, bisons, deer, leopard, etc. To visit the Chilapata forests, one can take a jeep safari. They can also have a tour of the nearby Mathura Tea Estate.
  • Khariabari: A separate leopard rescue centre is situated on the west side of Jaldapara. It is a small stretch of the forest in Khariabari where leopards are taken care of. Tourists are welcome to come and visit the leopards.

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If one wants to stay near the Jaldapara National Park, the only option is to stay at Madarihat. The small town of Madarihat is completely surrounded by the Jaldapara forest. One can visit Madarihat not only for exploring the national park but also for the pictorial sceneries of the place. The small town is surrounded by tea gardens, deciduous forest and hilly terrain along with small river streams throughout the town. The town has its own railway station which allows visitors to easily come here. It is thus the point through which the tourists reach various other Dooars tourism attractions. Not only can one reach Jaldapara from Madarihat but they can also reach Chilapata forest which acts as a corridor between the Jaldapara and Buxa reserve forest. Madarihat is the place which gives tourists a perfect balance between forests and society. From going on a safari in a jeep through the forest to walking through the tea gardens in Madarihat, one can enjoy all sorts of things including the beautiful landscape.

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Wish all tourists have a wonderful holiday in the Dooars.

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Buxa Tiger Reserve

Introduction of Buxa Tiger Reserve Forest

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Are you adventurous and a forest lover?  If yes then a trek to the BuxaTiger Reserve is a must to be included in your Dooars tour package starting from Santalabari. The Buxa Tiger Reserve is rich in wildlife invading the Asian elephant, gaur, Sambar deer, clouded leopard, Indian leopard and Bengal tiger. There are also at least284 bird species in the reserve.

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Located in the Buxa Tiger Reserve, the Buxa Fort is the famous Detention Camp from British India where many freedom fighters were held capture during the war of Independence. The fort is a famous trekking spot starting from Suntalabari. There are also a number of treks originating from the Buxa fort. There are treks that mat take one to Raimatang forest through Chunabatti area. Another trek can take one to Mahakal Temple on the Indo-Bhutan border before bringing them back to Janyanti. The Rover’s point is a heaven for bird watchers, which requires a trek of about 3kms from the Buxa Fort. One can also trek to Roopam Valley or Rupang Valley which is another 6kms away bordering Bhutan.

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Located on the edge of the Buxa Forest is a quaint forest village along the river Jayanti named Jayanti. Though the river remains dried up most of the year, when the water level rises, one can enjoy the chirping of birdsand the rattling sound if the pebbles in the river bed. One interested in hiking must include visit to Jayanti in their Dooars tour. The beautiful scenery and wild fountains makes the place an attraction among hikers. Often referred as the “Queen of Dooars”, Jayanti does don’t have any mobile network and thus one canenjoypeace away from the outer world. One can reach Jayanti by road via Alipurduar through the Buxa Tiger Reserve. The journey to Jayanti itself is a fascination as spotting a herd of elephant or deer is always common in this area.

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Surrounded by dense forests lies an ideal place for wildlife lovers, Rajabhatkhawa. A watch tower situated deep into the forest allows tourists the sightings of elephants, bisons and even tigers. The Nature Interpretation Center in Rajabhatkhawa is a must for tourists to visit during their Dooars tour. A portion of Rajabhatkhawa serves as the corridor for elephant migration between India and Bhutan. Rajabhatkhawa is an attraction because of the variety of birds that are seen in the forest. Birds include migratory birds like Goosanders, Ibis Bill, Fork-tails, etc and local birds like cuckoos, minivets, flycatchers, owls, etc.

Being a part of Buxa, the Phukhri hill is situated at a hilltop at a kilometer of hike from Jayanti. The Pukhri hill is actually a pond filled with various types if fishes and is a spiritual spot for Hindus and Buddhists. The visitors are allowed to watch the fishes and feed them bur killing them is strictly restricted and can be panelized. One requires permit from Rajabhatkhawa to enter the Pukhri hill. Though the Puckhrihill provides view basic view of the Bhutan hill, it’s still worth watching the scenery from such a height. One must definitely include this place to their Dooars tour package.

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Amidst the Buxa Tiger Reserve forests lay a forest village on the western area known as Raimatang. Raimatang has gained its popularity in the past few years because for being scenically blessed. Through the forest village meanders the Raimatang River. Raimatang is surrounded by tea gardens and hills which attracts the tourists the most. Lying in the Buxa Reserve forest, sighting of animals is prominent. One might even be lucky enough to witness a wild animal crossing the Raimatang River or drinking water. One can also witness sightings of birds like greater pied hornbill, red-stars, wagtails, minivets, etc. If one is interested in trekking, they might even trek to the Lepchakha village which offers a great view of the Bhutan hills, the forested area of the Buxa Reserve and 12 rivers streams meandering through Dooars.

Hopeyou enjoy these sites during your Dooars tour too.

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Phuentsholing Town

Phuentsholing Town

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Phuentsholing Bhutan Gate

The border town of South Bhutan is Phuentsholing town which is a highly-populated area. It is an ethnic commercial place dominantly for Indian, Bhutanese and Nepalese. The Zangtho Pelri Lhakhang being in the middle of the town so you can just walk to it. The Crocodile Farm is 15 minutes away from Phuentsholing town and you can also take a walk to see that. The Bhutan Gate, you will cross on your way if you are traveling by road from Jaigaon. It’s best to hire a local taxi to see the Karbandi Gompa, Torsa Tea Gardens. The prime time to visit is October and November. This place can be covered during Dooars tour and Bhutan Tour Package.

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Karbandi and other Monasteries in Phuentsholing

The Karbandi Monastery in Phuentsholing has several rooms in the main temple where many Buddha’s statues are kept. This Monastery holds the history of Bhutan and is decked with bright colorful prayer flags. This Buddhist temple is between Jaigaon and Phuentsholing. Visitors can see four beautiful large statues i.e. Buddhist deities, Shakyamuni Buddha, Shubdrung Ngawang Namgyal, and Guru Rinpoche. The Zangto Pelri is in the middle of Phuentsholing Town and is surrounded by a beautiful flower garden. The temple has 4-meter-high statues, the most prominent of which, is Guru Rinpoche. It was built in 1990 under the commandment of Dasho Aku Tongmi.

Crocodile Park

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Crocodile Park at Phuentsholing

The Crocodile Breeding Park in Phuentsholing was opened in 1976 with fewer facilities and fewer improvements. The farm was later developed in 2003 and expanded the pond and area for 22 crocodiles. It is home to some of the extinct species like Muggar and Gharial. There are about 6 Gharials which feeds on 12 kgs of fish on alternate days and about 15 Muggars.

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Dooars Tour Package

Dooars means many doors. We call the Dooars as the doors of Bhutan, which has gone from North Bengal.

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Dooars is a unique tourist destination in North Bengal. This place is surrounded by Jungle, Rivers and hills.  It always gives happiness the tourist during Dooars Tour package.
The rivers of Teesta, Sankosh, Torsha are passing through the different places of the Dooars.

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During the Dooars Tour Package, we will visit Garumara Forest,  Jaladapara Forest,  Chapramari Forest, Chilapa Forest etc. Besides, during the Dooars tour package, we will look at various places on the surrounding of the Dooars. Special places include Shamsing, Sontalekhola,  Rocky Island, Jaldhaka, Bindhu, Jhalong and manymore beautiful places.

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How to go to the Dooars from Kolkata

Train Kanchanakanya Express from Kolkata leaving every night from Sealdah station and reaching New Mall Junction Station on next day morning.  From now on, the car can be used to go to Lataguri or Madararihat  Jaldapara.

Train Teesta Torsha Express from Kolkata’s Sealdah station left at noon and reached the Falakata station on the next day early morning.

Other trains like Padatik Express, Kamrup Express, North Bengal Express, Saraighat Express, – These trains leave Sealdah station or Howrah station and reach New Alipore or Cochabehar station in the morning.

If you even reach New Jalpaiguri station by Darjeeling Mail, Satabi Express, Garib Rath etc trains then also we can arrange car service from NJP and transfer you to doors.

From Kolkata, Delhi, Mumbai to Bagdogra, Regular flights are running and can easily reach Dooars by car from Bagdogra Airport.

Even there are bus routes from Kolkata to Siliguri SNT Bus terminus from where anyone can easily reach Dooars by Bus.

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The appropriate time to go for the Dooars Tour is October to April.

This time the jungle is open and the tourists can do the best in Doors Tour  because of the lack of rain. At this time jeep safari or elephant safari is done in the jungle.

Ideal Dooars Tour Plans 2019

Followings are suggesting ideal Dooars Tour Package plans for our tourist.

  1. Dooars tour 3 Nights 4 Days plan

Places of attractions:  Samsing, Sontalekhola , Murti, Lataguri, Gorumara forest Jeep safari, Jaldapara forest Safari, South Khayerbari Leopard rescue centre

Day 01: Reach to New maljunction and then transfer to Madarihat. On the way, we will see South Khyerabari Leopard Rescue Center, after that we will enter the hotel. In the afternoon we will walk on foot and enjoy the local market and the town. We will go to the Forest Department’s office in the evening and collect a permit for us to enter the jungle in the next morning.

Day 02:  Early in the morning we will go to the jungle and make a 2-hour jungle safari in Jaldapara forest. If we get elephant safari tickets the previous day, then we can take elephant Safari at Jaldapara Forest.

After breakfast, we will visit Jayanti, Buxa, Rajabhatkhawa for the day and then back to Madarihat hotel.

Day 03: Today we will go ahead from Madarihat to our next destination in Lataguri. On the way, we will see some beautiful tourist spots, including Shamsing, Sutleakhola, and Rocky Island. Afterwards, we will enter our hotel.

Day 04: Today is the last day of our tour of Dooars. We will have breakfast in the morning. Then, at a particular time, check out from the hotel and we will go to the New Mall Stations or another station. You will return with some wonderful time memories for your Dooars tour Package with Mercury Tour Operator.

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  1. Dooars tour 4 Nights 5 Days plan

Places of attractions:  Samsing, Sontalekhola , Jhalong, Bindu,Murti, Lataguri, Gorumara forest Jeep safari, Jaldapara forest Safari, South Khayerbari Leopard rescue centre

Day 01: Reach to New maljunction and then transfer to Madarihat. On the way, we will see South Khyerabari Leopard Rescue Center, after that we will enter the hotel. In the afternoon we will walk on foot and enjoy the local market and the town. We will go to the Forest Department’s office in the evening and collect a permit for us to enter the jungle in the next morning.

Day 02:  Early in the morning we will go to the jungle and make a 2-hour jungle safari in Jaldapara forest. If we get elephant safari tickets the previous day, then we can take elephant Safari at Jaldapara Forest.

After breakfast, we will visit Jayanti, Buxa, Rajabhatkhawa for the day and then back to Madarihat hotel.

Day 03: Today we will go ahead from Madarihat to our next destination in Lataguri. On the way, we will see some beautiful tourist spots, including Shamsing, Sutleakhola, and Rocky Island. Afterwards, we will enter our hotel.

Day 04: This morning we will see village Bindu, the last village of India and Bhutan border. With this tour we will see Jhalong, Khunia jungle, Murti forest etc. We will take a look at the Jhaladhka Hydro Electric Project. We will spend all day today by passing beautiful villages and rivers. In the afternoon, we will reach at Lataguri Hotel.

Day 05: Today is the last day of our tour of Dooars. We will have breakfast in the morning. Then, at the particular time, check out from the hotel and we will go to the New Mall Stations or another station. You will return with some wonderful time memories for your Dooars tour Package with Mercury Tour Operator.

With the above tour packages you can also add on Darjeeling Gangtok Tour Package with  your tour schedule.

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