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Friends lets go to Dooars this november, we will
Jaldapara National Park, Gorumara National Park, Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary, Buxa Tiger Reverve, Jayanti, Mahakal Mandir, Rajabhatkhawa, Lava, Neora valley, South Khayerbari leopard rehabitation center, Bhutan, Chalsa, Murti, Samsing, Sunthalekhola, Rockey Island, Tea Tourism.
Dooars tour Includes
Sealdah to New Mal Jucntion & New Mal to Sealdah 2nd Class Sleeper Train Fare.
Side Seen By Car.
Resort Charges.
All Meals as per package schedule.
Tribal Dance.
Camp Fire.
Tea Tourism (Tea manufacturing with tea plucking, factory visit).
Dooars Tour Excludes
Train Meals.
Personal expenditure.
Coolie Charge.
Still or Video Camera Charges.
Entry fee of Jungle.
Guide fees.
Jungle Safari.

Dooars Tour Activities
Tea Tourism
Camp Fire
Tribal Dance
Silk Tourism
Dooars Tour Details
Day 1
Sealdah Station.
Our Dooars tour starts from Sealdah Railway station by Kanchankanya Express at 08:30 PM by Sleeper class Coach.
Day 2
Hasimara, Jaldapara Jungle Safari.
Upon arrival at the Hasimara railway station, you are received and driven to your resort at Jaldapar. This place is close to the Jaldapara National Park. We prefer to put up our Dooars tour guests in resorts which give you a feeling of being either in the forest or in a tea garden.
After lunch drive straight to Jaldapara National Park for Jungle Safari.
Declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1991, this magnificent piece of land is maintained and established precisely for the protection of the Indian one-horned rhino, Jaldapara is situated in the foothills of the eastern Himalayas. The sanctuary encompasses luxuriant vegetation and a rich variety of wildlife. The mesmerizing Malangi River also dancing & spreads its charm from east to west.
The Savannah Type forest is mainly of covered with tall elephant grasses. Asiatic one-horned rhinoceros is the main attraction of the sanctuary. The wildlife sanctuary holds the highest rhino population in India, there are 155 rhinoceroses in Jaldapara, after Kaziranga National Park in Assam. The other species like tigers, elephants, deers, sambhar, barking deer, spotted deer, hog deer, wild pig and bison can be easily sighted. The forest area is also a part of the crested eagle, Pallas's fishing eagle and shikra, besides jungle fowl, peafowl, patridges, and lesser pied hornbill. The remaining lot of the Jaldapara is equally fascinating with the Python, monitor lizards, kraits, cobras, geckos and about 8 species of water turtles.
Night stay at Jaldapara Tourist Resort.
Day 3
South Khayerbari leopard Park, Buxa, Jayanti, Mahakal Mandir, Bhutan.
Early morning After Breakfast our dooars tour package guest will visit South Khayerbari leopard rehabitation center.
As on 11th Jan, 2011, there are eight tigers in South Khayerbari rescue centre of which seven had been seized after the ban of these animals from different circus troupes and one was brought from Alipore Zoo, Kolkata. Here the visitors get an opportunity to have a closer view of these animals from. The South Khayerbari Animal Rescue Centre is also the home of 18 leopards. A leopard safari , the only one of its kind in India, can also be availed in South Khayerbari Eco Park.
Then our journey Starat for Buxa, Jayanti, Mahkal Mandir Rajbhatkhawa & Bhutan.
Buxa Tiger Reserve, at the eastern most end of Dooars valley, borders Bhutan and Assam. This 759.26 sq. km. reserve with a core area of 315 sq. km. is somewhat contiguous with Manas National Park and forms an important elephant migratory corridor between India and Bhutan. There is tremendous animal and plant biodiversity in the area and 60 per cent of the species found here are endemic to the reserve. The elephant and the tiger are prime species found in the reserve there are plenty of Leopard, Fishing Cat, Leopard Cat, Jungle Cat, Indian Civet, Palm Civet, Wild Dogs, Malayan Gaint Squirrels, Mangooses, Asian Elephant, Gaur, Small Clawless Otter, Chital, Sambar, Barking Deer, Hog Deer, Wild Buffalo, 3 varieties of Pythons, Monitor Lizard and a host of land tortoises. Buxa tiger resrve has a great collection of rare orchids and medicinal plants.
At Night return to Jaldapar Resort at Night.
Day 4
Totopara (Tribal Village).
Early morning check out from the hotel we will drive for a Excursion to Totopara (Tribal Village).
The Toto is an isolated tribal group residing in a small picturesque village on the lap of Himalayan range situated at the border of India and Bhutan. The Totos are considered as Mongoloid people, with flat nose, small eye, broad and square cheeks, thick lips and small eyes and black iris.
After this wonderful experience in Totopara transfer to Gorumara. Night stay atGorumara Hotel.
Day 5
Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary.
Early in the morning enjoy a jungle safari at Chapramari Jungle. Samsing & Suntalekhola is a very small & beautiful village with lots of tea gardens & Orange trees; this place is rich with natural beauty.
Enjoy the enchanting evening with Camp Fire followed by snaks and tea. Return to Gorumara Resort at Night.
Day 6
Garumara National Park, Samsing, Suntalekhola, Rockey Island, Sakham.
Early moring we will start for Samsing, Suntalekhola, Rockey Island, Sakham. In the Afternoon we will reach gorumara National Park for Jungle Safari. Night stay at Gorumara.
After Jeep Safari in Gorumara transfer to Hotel/ Cottage. Night stay at Gorumara.
Day 7
Tea Tourism.
Besides the experience of wildlife sanctuaries and national parks, you can experience Tea Tourism with us. Today we explore the garden with the manager and experience the process of tea manufacturing with tea plucking, factory visit. Explore the beautiful estate with its acres of tea fields and private forests on foot. There is a multitude of bird life, butterflies, and other fauna and flora to enjoy.
After Lunch checkout and transfer to New Mal Junction for your onward journey.
Day 8
Return Back at Sealdah Station. Dooars tour ends with sweet memories
Thank You.
All willing friends are requested to contact us within 20 th September 2015.
Contact: (+91)9830385978/9804035829
Email: freebirdsindia@gmail.com

Posted by AbhiB 16:59 Archived in India Tagged animals jungle north bengal peacock

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