Dooars is a relatively huge expanse of lush green coverage that envelops the districts of Alipurduar and Jalpaiguri. Dooars sits beneath the Himalayan foothills and transitions from heavily forested regions to fertile plains, both of which are inhabited by the Himalayan wildlife and the tribal population respectively. The number of exotic animals that reside in here is extremely impressive and to watch them roam about freely in their natural habitat, unchained and uncaged, are a treat to the eyes.
Royal Bengal Tigers, One-Horned Rhinoceros, Giant Squirrels, Alligators, Bison, Spotted Deer, Peacocks, Fairy Blue Birds, Thrush, Yellow-Throated Martens, Boa, Sloth Bear, and many more animals await you in the kingdom of Dooars. Since the region covers nearly six national parks and wildlife sanctuaries, Dooars offers you many comfortable government lodges and luxury resorts located strategically near the sanctuaries to offer you easy access. Dooars brings you the closest to nature, without letting you lose in touch with the amenities of a modern life. In here, you just sit back and enjoy indulging yourselves in the best of both worlds.
The highlight of your vacation will be the jeep safaris taken inside the national parks during dawn or daytime. An experienced driver and wildlife expert take you through the trails deep within the forests so that you can watch deer and bison graze in the grasslands, rhinos and even tigers resting in the shade, elephants walking in herds and exotic birds flying by. You can also climb up the treehouses that offer excellent aerial views of the jungle from a safety viewpoint.