PACKAGE CODE : ATT-015
Glimpse Of Nepal...
PLACE : Nepal
Dooars is a local name given to the floodplains of North-East India around Bhutan. The name 'Dooars' has emerged from 'door' as Dooars is the gateway to Bhutan. Dooars comprises of several towns and districts in this region including Jalpaiguri, Darjeeling, Siliguri, etc. Geographically, Dooars is blessed with such brilliance in its relief, imagine, the mighty range of mountains of the Eastern Himalayas in the backdrop, a band of thick forests, rich in species of Flora and Fauna, continued with tea gardens, and cut here and there by water body. Somewhere in the middle of all this is Dooars. The gateway you wouldn't want to cross heartlessly.
In the backdrop, a band of thick forests, rich in species of Flora and Fauna, continued with tea gardens, and cut here and there by water body. Somewhere in the middle of all this is Dooars. The gateway you wouldn't want to cross heartlessly.
Located at a distance of about 20 km from the Gorumara National Park, this Wildlife Sanctuary is another spectacle of nature's magnificence. With Kanchanjungha and other Himalayan peaks painted across its backdrop, tourists can see a wide diversity of animals like elephants, gaur, leopards in their natural habitat. Do not visit the Sanctuary in the rainy season as it stays closed to visitors from June to September.
It shelters some of the most celebrated animals in the world. Tigers, elephants, bison, sambar, barking hog, cheetal deer, wild boars, wild buffaloes and leopards are some of the animals that can be seen.
Not located close to Lataguri, the 116 km drive can be covered in about 2 hours. Though the travelling and exploration will take up most of your day, missing out on Buxa after travelling all the way to West Bengal may not be very prudent.
Situated on the banks of rivers Murti and Raidak in the Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal, the Gorumara National Park is a site that you cannot miss to afford on your next trip. Spread over an area of 80 sq.km. it sits prettily at the foothills of Great Himalayan mountains and has a large variety of flora and fauna. Full of riverine grasslands and moist deciduous forests, the place is especially famous for its Asiatic one-horned rhino, and also houses many other mammals, reptiles, insects and birds, including the majestic Asian elephants, the royal Bengal tigers and the Great Indian Hornbill.
A small village at the top of a hill top on the Mahanada Wildlife Sanctuary, surrounded by forest and rich in the Cinchona plantation, a British bungalow in the middle of this, which now serves as a forest bungalow. It is as much vintage as it is heaven like to stay be here. Trekkers trek from here up to Namthing Pokhri. Sunrise from the Aahal Pick is a delight to watch, so soothing and unreal.
It is a must if you are into wildlife. Located at the foothills of Himalayas in the Terai region, it is spread across the lower catchment area of river Mahanada. With a thick forest cover, Mahanada homes rare species of animals like one horn Rhino, Bison, Elephants, Tigers, Leopards, Sambar and Cheetals. It is the best wilderness capital that you can explore along the beautiful vistas of the neighboring hills.
PLACE : Nepal
PACKAGE CODE : ATT-016