With an astounding stock of spotted deer, elephant, leopards, elephants, bison, chital, gaur and much more, Dooars should be on the bucket list of every nature enthusiast. Settled in the foothills of the Himalayas, the entire Dooars extends from the region of Siliguri to Alipurduar. Dooars encases lush greenery and borders the regions of Bhutan, Bangladesh & Assam. It also serves as the only available land route to the country of Bhutan, from the transit town of Jaigaon.
Dooars is covered with nearly six national parks and sanctuaries. They harbor an impressive catalog of Himalayan flora and fauna. But apart from that, Dooars is also home to several rural tribes like the Mech, Rava, Bodo & Toto. The Marwari, Nepali & Bengali communities reside here too.
The Perfect Time to Step In
Being splendidly forested, Dooars is ideal to visit during summers, when the shady canopies of the Himalayan flora offer you a cool respite from the acrid humidity of the plains. Being a tropical region, Dooars experiences rampant downpour during monsoons, clearing up into crisp skies yet again during autumn ensued by the arrival of winter. It's ideal to visit then.