Dooars

Dooars the Dense Forest

Dooars located in the Himalayan foothills of East Himalayan range in the northern region of the Indian state of West Bengal. Popular for its fauna, tea plantation, and deep green forests and natural beauty the land is quickly gaining popularity among travellers. Dooars is the entrance of the state Assam, Sikkim and the Bhutan Kingdom. Various and famous sanctuaries, including Buxa Tiger Reserve, Gorumara National Park, Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary, and Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary bring the Dooars in the door of world tourism. After entering these wildlife sanctuaries you will go in front of the varities animal such as single horn rhinos, elephants, bisons and different species of birds. The valley is intersected by the Tista, Torsa and Jaldhaka rivers, and their countless tributaries.

Places of interest around Dooars

buxa-tiger-reserves
Buxa Tiger Reserves

This place is a paradise for bird watchers nature lovers, and Trekkers. It is also famous for the prison fort. Many freedom fighters were imprisoned hereby the British so the place also famous as the greatest historical place. After independence Buxa Duar served as the refugee camp for the Bangladeshi and Tibetans.

Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary
Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary

Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary is habitats of the rare one-horned rhinoceros, the mighty bison, leopard, spotted deer, sambar, hog deer, reptiles, huge wild tuskers, wild boars, and the rarest variety of and birds, including peacocks. Elephant – riding through the Jaldapara forest in search of wild animals, particularly the one-horned rhinos, is especially popular among tourists.

Jhalong
Jhalong

Jhalong is lies on the foothill of the Himalayas near the Indo-Bhutan border on the banks of the Jaldhaka River, on the way to Bindu. There are many activities to do and engaged. Various Hilly birds and migratory birds attract the tourists at the nearby Dam at Bindu. The major attraction of the area is the Hydro Electricity project in Jaldhaka River.

Toto Para
Toto Para

Toto Para is the other attraction, a tribe on the border of dissimilarity a decade ago. With the help of forest Department of the government of West Bengal the place is just going to be developing initiative. This tribe lives in elevated bamboo huts raised on wooden or bamboo platform and have straw thatches.

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