On the foothills of the East Himalayas, in the northern part of W Bengal, Dooars is a vast region of dense diversed natural beauty of forests with wildlife, lush tea gardens, gushing rivers with a natural backdrop of snowcapped East Himalayas constitute a a nature lover’s paradise.
Thre region located in the district of Jalpaiguri and Cooch Behar forms a gateway to the hill stations of North Bengal, Sikkim, Bhutan & North-Eastern states.
Dooars valley stretching from River Teesta on the west to River Sankosh on the east, over a span of 130 km by 40 kms.
Tista, Torsa and Jaldhaka rivers, and their innumerable tributaries and the soothing climetic conditions are the creaters of this biodiversed land.
The region is well connected by motor-able roads and railway. Journey through the deep forests and tea gardens through this valley gives immense pleasure to mind and eyes.
Wild Life Sanctuaries (W.L.S.) remain closed during rainy season from 16th. June to 15th. Sept. For Tourism Dooars can be divided in to two parts- Western Dooars (mainly Jalpaiguri District) and the Eastern Duars (Coochbehar District).
West Dooar : Nearest Airport Bagdogra (15km from NJP Rail Station)RAIL
West Dooar :New Jalpaiguri (NJP). East Dooar : Nearest Rail station: alipurduar.ROAD
West Dooar Mongpong : 32 kms from NJP Rail Station. MalBazar : 68 km from NJP. Samsing : Samsing is situated at a distance of 95 km from NJP. Rocky iland-Sunthalekhola : 85 km from NJP. Gorumara NP/Lataguri : 95 kms from NJP, 25 kms from Mal bajar, 18km from Moinaguri Rail Station. Chapramari : 32 kms from Lataguri. East Dooars : Hatipota : 42 kms from Alipurduar. Jayanti : 26 kms from Alipurduar , Buxaduar wildlife sanctuary: 33km from Alipurduar, Raimatang: 47 kms from Alipurduar Chilapata: 30 kms from Alipurduar.