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“Dooars” the word is derived from the word ‘duar’ or ‘door’. The name signifies its location as a gateway to the hill stations of North Bengal & Sikkim as well as Bhutan and Assam. The 130 X 40 sq.km.

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Travel Dooars – the foothills of Himalaya

“Dooars” the word is derived from the word ‘duar’ or ‘door’. The name signifies its location as a gateway to the hill stations of North Bengal & Sikkim as well as Bhutan and Assam. The 130 X 40 sq.km

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You can reach this places

  • Jaldapara Wild Life Sanctuary
  • Chilapata
  • Khayerbari
  • Gorumara National Park
  • Chapramari
  • Jhalong & Bindu
  • Samsing- Suntalekhola
  • Jayanti & Buxa Tiger Reserve
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Xplore the Jungle …

Dooars, part of the North Bengal, is an extremely adventurous destination with choices for all niches of travelers. From exploring the unfamiliar jungles of Gorumara to hanging around with tigers at Buxa Tiger Reserve.

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