Dooars

- LOSE YOURSELF IN THE ENCHANTING WILD

Dooars, place rich with luscious green tea gardens, lies in the foothills of the great Himalayas. It is richly blessed with the natural beauty, biodiversity, wildlife and forest, which is a home to many animals like elephants, wild squirrels, rhinoceros, wild boar, chital and is also known for homing varieties of birds and flora. Dooars is the gateway to Bhutan from India. It also offers trekking and adventure sports to the visitors.

TOP TOURIST DESTINATIONS OF DOOARS

Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary :

This sanctuary is extremely rich in bio diversity homing species like Elephants and Bisons. It is located 30 km from Chalsa and Lataguri. The tower in its premises provides a panoramic view of the entire sanctuary.

Sumsing and Suntalekhola :

This place is the heaven for Nature lovers. It is located at 81km from Siliguri. There are two forest bungalows in the middle of the forest from where you will be able to feel nature in your veins.

Latpanchore :

This is a small village at the Mahanada Wildlife Sanctuary surrounded by forest, rich in the Cinchona plantation. There is a British bungalow in the middle of the forest, which now serves as a forest bungalow. You can spend your night there to feel nature up close.

Buxa Tiger Reserve (B.T.R.) :

This reserve is situated in Alipurduar Sub-division of Jalpaiguri District of West Bengal. A sanctuary is set up to preserve the Royal Bengal Tiger.

Chilapata Nal Rajar Garh :

This is the ruins of an old fort in the dense forests of Chilapata and the main attraction of Chilapata . It is located on the east bank of the Torsa river a few miles south of the Indo-Bhutan border.

CULTURE AND CUISINE

Dooars has a fascinating and captivating culture. The ancient Mongolians are considered to be the original habitants of this region. The Mongoloid features are still visible on the natives. Today there are numerous tribes, including the Bodo in Assam, and the Rabha, the Mech, the Toto, the Koch Rajbongshi, the Tamang/Murmi, the Limbu, the Lepcha in Bengal. Most of the people found here are of Nepali community. Apart from the tribal population, a large population of Bengali , also populate the Dooars and their culture emerged with local people. Their staple food is rice accompanied with milk, yogurt and different forms of meat. They have a form of liquor called Eu to drink, which is served warm in, wooden glasses called Poipa.

WHEN SHOULD YOU GO TO DOOARS

SUMMER

March, April, May, June form the summer season of Dooars. June and July are the hottest of all the months. The temperature however will not be too unbearable because of its location. The maximum temperature goes as high as 31.6 Degree Celsius and the minimum temperature goes as low as 21.3 Degree Celsius. The temperature is good enough to pay a visit.

Monsoon

July, August, September and October make up the monsoon season of Dooars. Heaviest rainfall is experienced during the months of July and August. The average annual rainfall in the region is 3925 mm.

WINTER

November, December, January and February form the winter season of the year for Dooars. These are the coldest days of Dooars. The cold winds blow in from the Himalayas causing the temperature to go relatively down and colder during the nights. The lowest temperature is t 10.7 Degree Celsius and the highest temperature is 23.6 Degree Celsius. Could make some good memories in the cold of the wild.

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