Explore Dooars

Dooars is a beautiful and vast region located on the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas. Also called the gateway to Bhutan this alluring place is known for its lush greenery, immense biodiversity, wildlife, national parks, and majestic forests. Dooars is filled with exciting attractions and fascinating flora and wild fauna. Travelers can spot one-horned rhinos, elephants, guars, and reptiles. Tourists can experience jeep safaris, elephant safaris, and many more types of safaris when going through national parks. Dooars has huge rivers, exotic wildlife, and a great view of the Himalayan range. It is nature’s paradise filled with beautiful scenery, natural hotspots, and ecological reserves and is divided by the majestic Teesta River. All this makes Dooars an ideal tourist destination in West Bengal. 

Good Time To Visit

Dooars is a spectacular holiday any day of the year with some people preferring April to June for its hot weather and high humidity and some preferring October to March to take in pleasant weather and cool breezes.

How To Get To Dooars

By Flight: Since there is no Airport in the Dooars area the closest one is the Bagdogra airport. Travelers can book a cab to Dooars from there.

By Train: Dooars has lots of train stations all around it, so travelers can easily reach there by train.

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Places Worth Visiting

Buxa Tiger Reserve

Buxa Tiger Reserve is a fascinating place where travelers can see unique wild animals closely and make everlasting memories. Just 10 km away from Alipurduar this reserve is a natural habitat of leopards, elephants, black panthers, tigers, and many more exotic wild animals. This reserve is full of the majestic jungle where the animals live in their natural habitats. The diversity of mammals in Buxa Tiger Reserve ranks the second highest among all the Tiger Reserves of India. For all wildlife and animal lovers, this place is an amazing destination and a must-visit.

Jaldhapara National Park

Jaldhapara National Park has a great diversity of flora and fauna and is famous for having the one-horned rhinoceros, and animals threatened with extinction. It has grasslands, perennial streams, a mosaic of woods, and serene beauty. This park provides sanctuary to a large no of mammals, amphibians, reptiles, and birds. It has an unparalleled amount of natural beauty. Tourists can see the majestic Royal Bengal tiger, Indian python, new water turtles, and much more. Visitors can also do various activities including an Elephant or jeep safari across the majestic park while spotting the famous animals.


The district of Alipurduar is full of beautiful tea gardens and dense jungles. Located on the north bank of the Kaljani River, Alipurduar is the gateway to Bhutan and the northeasternstates of India. Travelers can visit Putsme the highest peak of the ChhotaSinchula area in Alipurduar which offers the scenic beauty of the impermeable forest covers of the Buxa hills and the Bhutan Valley. They can also visit The South Khoribari Tiger Rescue Centre which is a permanent rescue for tigers and The Buxa Tiger Reserve to view the beautiful scenery and majestic animals.


A beautiful paradise that welcomes any travelers Lava is full of natural scenic beauty and peaceful Buddhist monasteries. It contains a huge variety of birdlife which makes it a delight for any birdwatchers. Also containing plenty of wildlife and beautiful forests this place is a peaceful and enjoyable getaway for anyone who goes there. It is full of immensely beautiful attractions like Lava Monastery, Forest Nursery, Nature Interpretation Centre, viewpoint to see Kanchenjunga, and many more. Travelers can leave behind urban life and enjoy a relaxing and rejuvenating weekend at the compellingly beautiful Lava.

Rocky Island

Situated on the banks of the river Murti and about 2km away from Samsing Rocky Island is a very popular camping site. The view of the surrounding forest and the gracefully flowing river with an immeasurable amount of rocks on its sides make it a one-of-a-kind camping site. Accommodation for visitors is provided in small tents for overnight stay. Visitors can camp and dine under a sky full of stars and relax in peace with the soothing sound of the river flowing beside them. It also offers lots of engaging activities like trekking, rock climbing, and rappelling.

Chapramari Forest

Chapramari is an alluring wildlife sanctuary that is a continuation of the Gorumura forest only separated by the beautiful Murtiriver which passes through the otherwise continuous forest. The main attraction of this sanctuary is the wildlife sightings which bring in lots of travelers and nature enthusiasts. Visitors can choose from a variety of safaris to explore the majestic forest. Spotted deer, barking deer, rhinos, elephants, and guar or the Indian bison are the most commonly spotted animals. Famous for its elephant population and diverse flora and fauna Chapramari Forest is an ideal touring destination to delve into the beauty of nature and see majestic animals in their natural habitats.


Located at an elevation of 1500 ft this beautiful river valley is a charming landscape filled with gorgeous natural beauty. Jhaldhaka falls under the Kalimpong sub-division and is cut off from the rest of the Darjeeling district by a mountain ridge, and is separated from Bhutan by the Jaldhaka River. It has immense scenic beauty and amazing villages in its surrounding areas like Jhalong, Bindu, Paren, Gairibans, Rongo, Maurey, and many more. The perfect place for nature lovers Jaldhaka offers gorgeous views with a peaceful atmosphere.

Buxa Fort

Buxa Fort which is located in the Buxa Tiger Reserve, Alipurduar is famous for the ruins of the Detention Camp that was used by the British Government to detain the freedom fighters of India. One of the prime attractions of the Buxa Tiger Reserve Buxa Fort is located about 30 km away from Alipurduar on a hilltop. It is a popular hiking destination and is also close to the Lepchaka village which offers visitors beautiful and comfortable homestays for accommodation.