Dooars is a valley in the foothills of Himalaya. Dooars means door or duar, it is the door to Bhutan and other neighboring states of India. It is famous for it’s natural beauty of forests and its biodiversity. If a tourist is a nature lover or an admirer of Wildlife there cannot be a better place than this for him. A vast texture of dense forests teeming with wildlife, unending tea gardens, babbling rivers, interspersed with sleepy or busy settlement, constitute this famous tourist destination- TheDooars where nature has kept her doors wide open. The Virgin forests of Dooars is crossed by the river Teesta, Torsha, Jaldhaka, Raidak, Kalchini and their tributaries. Dooars is well connected with Siliguri and other part of North Bengal & neighboring States and countries through road ways and/or railways. The stretch is extends with motor able roads cutting through deep forests teeming with wild life and Terai tea garden. The Valley is famous for its wild life sanctuaries like Jaldapara, Garumara, Chapramari and Buxa Tiger Reserve. Visit to Dooars is a memorable journey through the rolling hill slopes, deep forests, widespread lush tea gardens, small villages with endless blue sky. It’s a place of god gifted nature where one can enjoy his/her life with full of energy. Moreover this place gives any one the opportunity to access the Darjeeling and Sikkim Himalayas whose potential in this regard need not be mentioned. One can visit Dooars any time except the Monsoon i.e. June to September.
The Places of Tourist Interest in Dooars:
Jaldapara Wild Life Sanctuary, Garumara National Park, Samsing, Lataguri, Murti, Chapramari forests,