Jaldapara has the largest population of the Indian one-horned rhinoceros in the state, an animal threatened with extinction, and is a Habitat management area. Famously known as Leopard and Royal Bengal Tiger Rescue Centre, South Khayerbari has become a prominent attraction for nature lover travelling to Dooars Region.
Khayerbari also knew as South Khairbari situated along the banks of River Torsha is a unique nature park of Dooars Region.After the ban on the use of animals in circus forest officials rescued several animals including 11 Royal Bengal Tigers from Olympic Circus. Later, all the 11 Royal Bengal Tiger were transferred in South Khayerbari.
Totopara is a small village on the Indo Bhutan border in the Dooars West Bengal and the place located on the fringe of Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary. Totopara names come from Toto tribe and majority of the people lives in Totopara comes from Toto tribe. Totopara is famous all over because of its unique Toto tribe and its originality,ethnicity culture.
The Chilapata Forest is a dense forest rich in wildlife, which forms an elephant corridor between the Jaldapara National Park and the Buxa Tiger Reserve. Sighting of rhinos is rare in the forests, but leopards appear quite frequently. Other attractions include the ruined forts of the Nal kings, Tonga rides and boating on the Bania River.
Jayanti is a village in the Kumargram CD block in the Alipurduar subdivision of the Alipurduar district in West Bengal, India. ayanti is a small forested village near Rajabhatkawa. About 15 km near Buxa Reserve, this place has the magnificent Mahakal caves and the Jayanti Riverside, for its tourists to savor.
The Buxa Fort has quite a vibrant history that its known by. Built centuries ago, the Buxa Fort came under the British India after the 2nd Dooars War (1865) between the Bhutan and the British.It has parallel histories. It is believed that during the China- Tibet disturbances back in the 19th century,
Phuentsholing is a town on the southern border of Bhutan, known for its modern architecture. It is a valuable trading centre of Bhutan, where Indians, Nepalese and Bhutanese all come together to live and trade harmoniously in this town.
Cooch Behar, once the province of Koch dynasty, is a small planned town in North Bengal Coch Behar makes up as a good option for weekend getaways for the eco-tourists along with those with towards history and archaeology.
Gorumara National Park Situated on the banks of rivers Murti and Raidak in the Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal, the Gorumara National Park is a site that you cannot miss to afford on your next trip. Spread over an area of 80 sq.km.