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Dooars or Duars – The name is derived from “doors” as the region is the gateway to the whole of North-east India, Bhutan and the hill stations of the Darjeeling – Sikkim region. Dooars is a place where nature has kept its doors open. It is blessed with dense natural forests, lush green tea gardens, criss-crossed by river Teesta, Raidak, Torsha, Jaldhaka, Kaljani and other rivers. Dooars is not only famous for its natural beauty it is also famous for its wildlife sanctuaries, the most important of which are the Gorumara National Park , Chapramari wildlife sanctuary, Buxa Tiger Reserve and Jaldapara Sanctuary. This region is divided by the Sankosh River into the Eastern and the Western Dooars, consisting of an area of 8,800 km² (3,400 sq mi).

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Away from the ho-hum of the urban world, if a rejuvenating sight awakens you with treasures of life and nature, you are in Dooars. In the backdrop of awe-inspiring sal forests and lustrous meadows, the panoramic view of hilly virgin hamlets, the melody of mountain brooks and the call of the wild, Dooars allures adventure lovers.

Nested in the Himalayan foothills, Dooars has always been an inevitable attraction for tourists and travelers alike. The vast region that includes the plains of Darjeeling district and the entire Jalpaiguri and Alipurduar district is enriched with Mother Nature’s heartiest blessings. The array of flora and fauna, throbbing sylvan life, the vibrant diversity of human life and the presence of vigilant mountains make the gateway of Bhutan an exhilarating experience. Nature, human and wild – the magnificent trio welcomes you to a tremendous journey that will always remain in your heart for ever.

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The journey that welcomes you with the wide expanse of green tea gardens doesn’t end with exploring the thick forest riding on an elephant. When you are in Doors, there is always something more than just sightseeing, jeep safari and tribal dance.

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For a short and indelible trip, our Dooars tour package can help you to a great extent. It’s a four days – three nights tour and can help you relive your vigorous days once in a while!

Exclusively fabricated for meeting the requirements of adults and children alike, the Dooars package we provide is meant to satisfy you in the finest manner.

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Our Dooars Tour Covers various places to visit:-


2)Jaldapara Sanctuary

3)Madanmohan Bari & Coochbehar Palace

4)Buxa Fort

5)Bania Ruins

6)Buxaduar Tiger Reserve




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Murti-Dooars Tour Package Covers:-

3 Nights / 4 Days – Gorumara

Day 1: Pick up from NJP/ Mal Junction and Transfer to Lataguri/ Murti, in the afternoon Jungle Safari in Gorumara. Night Stay at Resort.

Day 2: After Breakfast Start For Samsing, Suntalekhola, Rockey Island. Night Stay at Gorumara.

Day 3: After Breakfast Visit Bindu, last Village of West Bengal, Bindu is a Bengali Word, also visit Jaldhaka Hydro Project at Jhalong. It is First Hydro Project of India. Night Stay at Gorumara.

Day 4: After Lunch Check Out and Transfer to Mal Junction /NJP.

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About Dooars

Dooars or Duars – The name is derived from “doors” as the region is the gateway to the whole of North-east India, Bhutan and the hill stations of the Darjeeling – Sikkim region. Dooars is a place where nature has kept its doors open. It is blessed with dense natural forests, lush green tea gardens, criss-crossed by river Teesta, Jaldhaka, Kaljani and other rivers. Dooars is not only famous for its natural beauty it is also famous for its wildlife sanctuaries, the most important of which are the Gorumara National Park , Chapramari wildlife sanctuary, Buxa Tiger Reserve and Jaldapara Sanctuary. This region is divided by the Sankosh River into the Eastern and the Western Dooars, consisting of an area of 8,800 km² (3,400 sq mi). The Western Dooars is known as the Bengal Dooars and the Eastern Dooars as the Assam Dooars.

Dooars is synonymous with the term Terai used in Nepal and northern India and form the only nitrate rich soil in India. The altitude of Dooars area ranges from 90 to 1,750 m. Innumerable streams and rivers flow through these fertile plains from the mountains of Bhutan. In Assam, the major rivers are the Brahmaputra and Manas. In northern West Bengal, the major river is the Teesta besides many others like the Jaldhaka, Murti, Torsha, Sankosh, Dyna, Karatoya, Raidak, and Kaljani rivers, among others. The average rainfall of the area is about 3,500 mm. Monsoon generally starts from the middle of May and continues till the end of September. Winters are cold with foggy mornings and nights. Summer is mild and constitutes a very short period of the year. The beauty of Dooars lies not only in its tea gardens but also in the dense jungles that make up the countryside.

A number of rare endangered species of animals like tiger, rhinoceros and elephant make their habitat in the forests of the Dooars. Other animals include different types of deer, bison, birds and reptiles. The main mode of transport in Dooars is roadways. Most of the places are well connected by roads. NH31 is the main highway of the area. Asian Highway AH48 is being constructed through the Dooars region. Regular bus services provided by North Bengal State Transport Corporation and Assam State Transport Corporation and other private parties run between all the important places of the area. Shared jeeps and maxi-taxies are quite popular in the area. There are some important railway stations in the area such as New Jalpaiguri, New Cooch Behar, Alipurduar, New Bongaigaon, etc. An important rail route between Alipurduar Junction and New Jalpaiguri via Malbazar covers almost the entire Dooars. Two important airports of the area are Bagdogra Airport near Siliguri. The area is dotted by several national parks and wildlife sanctuaries which attract a lot of tourists from all over India and abroad, making it an important contributor to the economy and also employer of a number of people.

The Dooars act as doorways to Bhutan; thus, the export-import industry also flourishes in the area. The towns of Jaigaon, Siliguri and Phuentsholing are important hubs of the export-import industry.

Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary

Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary situated in Alipurduar Sub-division of Jalpaiguri district in West Bengal. This sanctuary was constituted in the year 1941 for the protection of Wildlife; in 2012 it became a National Park. Jaldapara is home to the Indian one horned Rhinoceros. The wildlife, in addition to one-horned Rhinos, consists of Royal Bengal Tigers, wild Elephants, Deer, Sambhar, Barking Deer, Spotted Deer and Hog Deer, wild Pig, Gour and a number of Birds, Peafowls. An adventurous elephant ride in the morning will take you deep inside the grassland for the real excitement. Please note the elephant rides are booked on the spot and cannot be reserved in advance. Jeep safari inside the forest is the other option of visiting inside the forest. Accomodation for the tourists visiting Jaldapara is arranged in the Madarihat tourist lodge and Holong tourist Bungalow. Jaldapara houses more than 160 rhinos, apart from numerous bison, deers, leopards and six Bengal tigers. Other animals found in Jaldapara include wild elephants, deers, swamp deers, hog deers and bisons. Some rare species like the hispid hare and the hog-badger are also found here.

Jaldapara is exceptionally rich in avifauna because of varied terrain, mosaic of vegetation and rich insect life. More than 240 species of birds – including Orioles, Barbets, Woodpeckers, Parakeets, Hornbills, Drongos, Cuckoos, Babblers, Brahminy ducks, and whistling teals – are found in variety of habitat- Grassland, water bodies, woodland. A wide variety of vegetation makes it a botanist’s paradise as well.”

Jungle Safari at Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary

Elephant rides are the most important activity in the park and this is extremely popular among the visitors in Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary. The best way to explore Jaldapara is by taking the one-hour elephant safari. A maximum of four people are allowed on each elephant. The safari from the Tourist Lodge at Madarihat is subject to the availability of elephants. The Jaldapara National Park authorities don’t provide vehicles for safaris, so you’ll have to rent one from the Madarihat Lodge or a tourist agency. A forest guard must accompany the jeep. The entry fee is Rs 100 per person for Indians and Rs150 per person for foreign nationals. Elephant Safari fees for Indians is Rs 500 per person and 750 for foreign nationals. The park remains open on all days of the week all days of the week from 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM. Tourists can enter into the core area of the jungle and will get an opportunity to see the rare one-horned Rhino and Bison, Wild Elephant etc. The Elephant safari operates only in the morning, while jeep safari operates in the morning and afternoon session.

Bird Watching in Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary

If you are a nature lover Jaldapara will be tremendously appealing, for, it shelters a huge variety of birds. The sanctuary is also the last known habitat of the Bengal florican. So take a pair of binocs, park yourself in one of the watchtowers and enjoy. You can also walk around some areas just make sure that you have a forest guide with you. Jaldapara is truly a bird lover’s paradise. One can also view various other birds like Pallas’s Fishing Eagle, Peafowl, Crested Eagle, Jungle fowl, Shikra, Pied Hornbill, Patridges and many more.

A variety of birds, typical of grassland and open country, can be seen from watchtowers viz. Doves, Bee-eaters, Rollers, Hoopoe, Shrikes, Larks, Hill Mynas, Bulbuls, and Finches. Call of the Red jungle fowl is as common as the musical sound of crickets. Bengal Florican, Black partridge, Shaheen Falcon, Great Pied Hornbills, Forest Eagle Owl, Large Green billed Malkoha and White Rumped Vulture, Lesser Adjutant Stork are the endangered bird species found in the Sanctuary. Some fortunate visitors can see the Peacock displaying his full array of feathers during the breeding season.

Famous places to visit in Darjeeling

Darjeeling is a town in India’s West Bengal state, in the Himalayan foothills. Once a summer resort for the British Raj elite, it remains the terminus of the narrow-gauge Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, or “Toy Train,” completed in 1881. It’s famed for the distinctive black tea grown on plantations that dot its surrounding slopes. Its backdrop is Mt. Kanchenjunga, among the world’s highest peaks.


Namdapha National Park

Namdapha National Park is the largest protected area in the Eastern Himalaya biodiversity hotspot and is in Arunachal Pradesh in Northeast India. It is the third largest national park in India in area. It is in the Eastern Himalayan sub-region and is recognized as one of the richest areas in biodiversity in India and it also attracts Darjeeling Tourism.

Kaziranga National Park

Kaziranga National Park is a national park in the Golaghat and Nagaon districts of the state of Assam, India. A World Heritage Site, the park hosts two-thirds of the world’s great one-horned rhinoceroses. Kaziranga boasts the highest density of tigers among protected areas in the world and was declared a tiger reserve in 2006.

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Orang National Park

The Orang National Park is on the north bank of the Brahmaputra River in the Darrang and Sonitpur districts of Assam. The park has a rich flora and fauna, including great Indian one-horned rhinoceros and it is the attraction for Dooars, pigmy hog, elephants, wild buffalo and tigers. It is the only stronghold of rhinoceros on the north bank of the Brahmaputra.

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Manas National Park

Manas National Park or Manas Wildlife Sanctuary is a national park, UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, a Project Tiger reserve, an elephant reserve and a biosphere reserve in Assam.

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Dibru-Saikhowa National Park

Dibru-Saikhowa National Park is a national wildlife park in Tinsukia, Assam. It mainly consists of moist mixed semi-evergreen forests, moist mixed deciduous forests, canebrakes and grasslands. It is the largest salix swamp forest in northeast India and it is the main cause of Darjeeling Tourism.

Nameri National Park

Nameri National Park is in the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas in the Sonitpur District of Assam. This is excellent elephant country and was considered to be an elephant reserve. It is an ideal habitat for a host of other animals including the tiger, leopard, sambar, dhole (the Asiatic wild dog), pygmy hog, muntjac, gaur, wild boar, sloth bear, Himalayan black bear, capped langur and Indian giant squirrel.

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Balphakram National Park

Balphakram National Park is a national park about 3,000 metres above sea level, near the Garo Hills in Meghalaya, India. It is often referred to as the “abode of perpetual winds” as well as the “land of spirits.” It is the home of the barking deer and the golden cat.

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Nokrek National Park

Nokrek National Park, or Nokrek Biosphere Reserve, is a national park approximately 2 km from Tura Peak in West Garo Hills district of Meghalaya, India. UNESCO added this National park to its list of Biosphere Reserves in May 2009. Along with Balpakram, Nokrek is a hotspot of biodiversity in Meghalaya.

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Tiger Hill Darjeeling(2,590 m) is also located in Darjeeling, in the Indian State of West Bengal, and is the summit of Ghoom, the highest railway station in the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway – a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has a panoramic view of Mount Everest and Mt. Kangchenjunga together.

Tiger Hill in Darjeeling

It is 11 km from the town of Darjeeling and can be reached either by jeep or by foot through Chowrasta, Alubari or Jorebangla and then climbing up the incline to the summit.

Buxa Tiger Reserve in Alipurduar district of West Bengal

Buxa Tiger Reserve is situated in Alipurduar Sub-division of Aliurduar District, West Bengal. It comprises of the entire erstwhile Buxa Forest Division (702.44 km2), and a part of Cooch- Behar Forest Division (58.43 km2). The Reserve lies between latitudes 26°30′ and 26°55′ North and longitudes 89°20′ and 89°55′ East.

Buxa Tiger Reserve


Buxa Tiger Reserve lies in Alipurduar district of West Bengal. Its northern boundary runs along the international border with Bhutan. The Sinchula hill range lies all along the northern side of BTR and the eastern boundary touches that of the Assam state. National Highway No.31 C roughly runs along its southern boundary. It is the eastern most extension of extreme bio-diverse North-East India and represents highly endemic Indo-Malayan region. The fragile “Terai Eco-System” constitutes a part of this reserve. The Phipsu Wildlife Sanctuary of Bhutan is contiguous to the north of BTR. Manas National Park lies on east of BTR. BTR, thus, serves as international corridor for Asian elephant migration between India and Bhutan. To the south-west, the Chilapata Forests form an elephant corridor to the Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary. The reserve encompasses as many as eight forest types. The divisional headquarters is located at Alipurduar. The forest is divided into two divisions: East and West. The Himalayan griffon, beautiful nuthatch, four different varieties of hornbill and the red breasted Himalayan partridge are important birds in this reserve. Among the wild animals, clouded leopard, tiger, wild dog, pangolin and Himalayan black bear are rare. Buxa Fort is an important landmark for this reserve. This fort was captured by British-India in 1865 after the Bhutan War from Bhutan. Later this fort was used as a detention camp for Indian freedom fighters during the Indian freedom movement.

Buxa Tiger Reserve

Conservation history:

BUXA JUNGLE LORE was created in 1983 as the 15th tiger reserve in India. In 1986, Buxa Wildlife Sanctuary was constituted over 314.52 km2 of the reserve forests. In 1991, 54.47 km2 was added to Buxa Wildlife Sanctuary. A year later, in 1992, the Government of West Bengal declared its intentions to constitute a national park over 117.10 km2 of the Buxa Wildlife Sanctuary. State government finally declared national park with notification No.3403-For/11B-6/95 dt. 05.12.1997

Flora and fauna:


More than 450 species of trees, 250 species of shrubs, 400 species of herbs, 9 species of cane, 10 species of bamboo, 150 species of orchids, 100 species of grass and 130 species of aquatic flora including more than 70 sedges (Cyperaceae) have been identified so far. There are more than 160 species of other monocotyledons and ferns. The main trees are sal, champa, gamar, simul and chikrasi.



There are more than 284 species of birds, 73 species of mammals, 76 species of snakes and 5 species of amphibians have been identified so far. In a recent survey (2006) it was found that Buxa Tiger Reserve has the highest number of fish species in the North Bengal region. Tigers, elephants, bears, civets, giant squirrel, gaur, chital, clouded leopard, wild buffalo, antelope and snakes including the regal python are found here


About 230 species of birds and innumerable butterflies add colour to the forest. The Raidak and Jayanti rivers which flow through the forest and Narathali Lake are home to migratory and endemic birds. There are greater pied hornbill, ibisbill, migratory goosander, red-stars, wagtails, the rare black necked crane, migratory common teal, black stork, large whistling teal, minivets, and ferruginous pochards. Two new species of frog were discovered in the park in 2006.

Park activities:

Buxa (2,600 ft) is a one hour fifteen minute (3.9 km) trek through picturesque surroundings from Santhalbari, the starting point. The historical Buxa Fort was coming under the British India after the 2nd Dooars War (1865) between the King of Bhutan and the British, the subsidiary alliance of princely state Cooch Behar. This was used as a detention camp by the British, because of its remoteness during the Indian freedom movement. Many freedom fighters were imprisoned here. After independence, it served as a refugee camp for Tibetans and Bangladeshis. There are a number of trekking routes through the jungle.

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  • There is a 4 km further trek to Rovers’ Point or Romitey Dara (the land of beautiful birds at 4,500 ft or 1,400 m).
  • From Buxa, one can also take the 13 km trek route for Jayanti via Mahakal Cave through the dense jungle (subjected to get permission from BTR). The Mahakal Cave is a stalactite-stalagmite cave, popularly known as the Mahakal cave near Jainty.
  • The most popular route is Pagsamkha Path Trek route, which starts from Buxa Fort, Buxaduar via Aadma and ends at Raimatung.

An expert guide and entry permit are must for trekking in Buxa hills. One may visit the very beautiful village of Dukpas called Lapchakha (1.5 hour trek) from Buxa Fort. A beautiful trekkers’ hut named Dukpa’s Hut (with attached bath) is located just opposite to the Buxa Fort ground and besides of Rupang Valley Trek route. Though there are eight home stays in total, but mostly are located at Lapchakha with minimum facilities. Only Rovers’ Inn at Sadar bazar have maximum capacity of accommodations but far from Buxa Fort. Dukpas Hut is also called ‘Birders Nest’ by the bird watchers. Trekking in different short route with camping facilities arranged from the Dukpas Hut. It has a separate kitchen for trekkers also. the double storied wooden hut has two family rooms (sleeping 3) on upper floor and a dormitory with attached bath on ground floor (sleeping 6) with dining facility. Bird watching, trekking and dark sky photography tours also arrange from here.

Tribal Tours in india and Africa

Take the opportunity to have an Africa Tour Zangibar in Stone Town, Zanzibar City’s old town area with its long heritage of blended cultures and lively history. Its unique mix of architectural styles Indian, Arabic, European, Persian and African – built with coral stone give it a complex flavour. You can take a guided walk or explore the narrow alleyways, past finely carved doors and balustrades and visit the mosques, churches and public buildings that tumble down to the harbour.

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Tribal Tours Nagaland

North East India has been extraordinary for the social and ethnic diversities it had contained calmly for a considerable length of time. Individuals of various races and societies had come and settled, mixing inside these cordial stream valleys and mountains. The tribes are at no time in the future left confined. The cutting edge world with it’s ventures and interstates, markets and merchants has drawn nearer to the remote tribal territories. Strangely, the tribal Adivasis of North East India have all things considered possessed the capacity to safeguard and practice a lifestyle which goes back to several years prior inspite of many changes that have occurred in the nation in every one of these years.

The ethnic composition and cultural practice of the people of Tribal Tours Nagaland and the waves of successive migration to the region for more than two thousand years has created a fusion of culture.

Tribal Tours Nagaland

The “land of festivals” as it is known, is famous for its tribal heritage, home to over 16 indigenous Naga tribes & sub-tribes spread across the mountainous terrain. Some of the major ones among them are the Angamis, the Semas , Konyaks , Aaos and the Rengmas , each with their own distinct socio-cultural traditions & lifestyles – exploring tribal villages, wildlife sanctuaries, temples etc. a fascinating experience to partake in. The Naga tribes possess rich cultural traditions in the form of songs & dances, the arts & the crafts, folk culture & legends, upholding age-old customs having passed down from their ancestors, all living of sustainable means in perfect harmony with the environment.


Considered the wettest areas of the nation, the “Dwelling place the mists” is enriched with the most lovely and peaceful vistas, home to the key tribal gatherings of the Garos in the west, the Khasi-Pnars in the focal district and the Jaintias in the east, compensating for the greater part of Meghalaya’s populace. These tribes are known to be the few staying matrilineal social orders on the planet, where people take after the titles and legacies from their moms.

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The tribal voyages through Tribal Tours Dooars make one investigate the indigenous culture and ways of life of the tribal individuals – their celebrations, traditions, styles of dressing, sustenance, their skill in neighborhood expressions and specialties like stick and bamboo work, cover weaving, sericulture and making melodic instruments, gems and pineapple fiber articles among others. One gets the opportunity to encounter manageable living and the way their lives are weaved with nature.

Famous Rocky Island of West Bengal

A beautiful home for Nature oriented Tourists and Adventurures in Samsing Hills. Five Tent type Cottages are under the Orange orchards which lie on the hilly slopes of Samsing hills parallel to the Murty River bed. A separate Kitchen for the Trekkers or  Campers. attached with Nature. Rock climbing possible. Tenting arrangements on request. One may enjoy Barbeque during night on the Murty River bank. Prehistoric Rock shelter is another attraction of the Adventure Camp. Free parking and self Cooking also available.

Island Adventure Camp

 The diverse prospect of tourism in India is what sets it apart when it comes to scrutinize the reviews about India from the best nature travelers of the world. It has amalgamated the true colors of Asia, and also a true glimpse of it which can be felt when you visit its north-eastern states. Amongst the so-called seven sisters that unite the matchless beauty of seven north-eastern states of India, there is one adorable unofficial brother that can not be in oblivion- North Bengal. It’s the model of Eco-Tourism West Bengal in its real perspective, when it comes to strictly consider the environmental facets of eco-tourism sites in the world. The offbeat places of rocky island north bengal, that are seldom decorated in the colorful books that describes the unavoidable tourism destinations of West Bengal, have primarily now set up as the true model of Social-eco tourism sites of Bengal.

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Samsing is one such destination that has been upcoming as the replicable tourism site, strictly run with the peaceful collaboration of Forest department and the community forest villagers. However, the collaboration is not just restricted to Public model but it also has taken up the model of both the Public-private partnership and the private ownership. There are many spots in Samsing that again leaves the travelers with their multiple choices about their preferred destination. So with this perspective if we look at the renewed site of Samsing- rocky island, it takes away the badges of all the categories of tourism that either includes the high potentiality of agro-tourism in India.

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The lusciousness of Rocky Island:

The destination shares the best features of Samsing that no other spot in Samsing can deliver to its fullest. The glimpses of green carpeted tea gardens, passing through the window of your car, with the heralding rain of flashing grass yellow butterflies will tempt you with more curiosity about the place while you’ll be approaching the destination through Samsing. It’s an isolated destination so you have to take a right turn before you take the route to Suntalekhola or fari village. The difference in the perspective will then axiomatically reveal the place’s beauty. If people ask for oranges once they reach Suntalekhola, then there is none other place than rock island state park, so they come back and take a left turn to cross themselves through the bushy trees laden with sweet orange mandarins. The houses beside the roads will seem like beautiful flower vases blooming with their glittering colors and hypnotizing aroma. The music of the clear water kissing on the uneven rocks and terrains will give you the sign that you’re nearing to this picturesque destination. The beauty of Moorti River in its young and dashing stage is what makes the place adorable with the sight of orange laden tree on its bank creating a valley for X-mas trees decorated with glowing lights. The hilly landscapes with terrace fields will remind you of your childhood days when you made sand hillocks with terracing surface. The huge black stones are another mesmerizing sight that again seems like nature saving her marbles in a place. The nights can be spent strolling on the bank of river where you can see the reflection of moon on the water dazzling with its white streams. The flashy playfulness of Parris peacock butterflies paddling on the small streams can be the best captured shot for the nature photographers.

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Adventurous richness about Rocky island ( Samsing) :

Unlike other spots of Samsing Rocky island can be the best adventurous honeymoon destination amongst other offbeat places of islands of west bengal. Fishing Katla in rapid white streams of the river, trekking to Neora valley national park, river –crossing, rock climbing or a jeep safari towards Jholung, Bindu and Neora are the unavoidable options for the nature lovers. The place has beautiful home stays that’ll again turn your traveling expense into a social contribution towards nature.

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Agro-tourism prospects of Rocky Island ( Samsing) :

As the valley is blessed with the fertile soil deposited by the river, the place has huge potential in agriculture. The size of oranges, vegetables that purely gown under the conditions of natural farming is another additional aspect that’ll leave you with no comments about your stay in North Bengal.

Adventure Tourism Places in India

In Sikkim, River Teesta and its tributary Rangit offer the best routes for River Rafting and Camping Tour. Both these rivers provide long stretches that are perfect for safe rafting. In fact, Teesta River has been ranked at Grade 4 on the international scale. Teesta with Its chilly waters have a series of rapids with sketchy intensity and character while its tributary Rangit, has more turbulent waters and offers a great challenges to most experienced rafters.

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At denzongs Leisure, we offer river Adventure for swimmers as well as non swimmers also. For swimmer category, guests will be transferred to Tarkhola, which is the starting point. After Changing the dress and putting on life jacketed, guests will be instructed do’s and don’ts and several tips for using the raft and the oars for about 15 minutes by guide / instructor and will be board on raft for set in their journey for about 150 minutes in low water and 130 minutes in high water. This will end at Teesta. The distance between Tarkhola and Teesta is 11 km. Which guest will enjoy to the fullest extent and of course a great experience for lifetime.

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For non swimmers it is about 45 minutes rafting in low-water and 25 minutes in high-water starting from Melli of Sikkim to Teesta, a small town on way to Gangtok. On the way, guests would be able to locate many white sandy beaches, which can become good campsites. To put succinctly, it would be apt to say that one must come and enjoy the gushing waters of Teesta and Rangit on the rafts. River Rafting in Sikkim would actually be a stupefying experience for you.

Tour Details:-

  • Display Price Includes: Guide.
  • 1 Night stay at Shivpur Jungle Camp, All 3 Times Meals, Morning Evening Tea, 16 Kms Rafting, Cliff Jumping, Bonfire, Volleyball.

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Packages Inclusions:-

  • Accommodation: 1 Night Stay Shivpuri Jungle Camps
  • Meals: 3 Times meals, bonfire veg. snacks, morning evening tea with cookies
  • Activities: River Rafting (16 Kms (Shivpuri to Nim Beach, Adventure trekking, Body Surfing, Cliff Jumping
  • Exclusions
  • Any insurance
  • Transportation any kind of
  • Any other thing that in not mentioned in cost inclusion column

Best season: Mid September – January &   mid April – May.

Trekking in Buxa Hills of Sinchula Range is a popular sports through ages. But nowadays Birders from different part of India and abroad are attracted here. Bird watching through the dense jungle is not only adventurous but also loves the Camping activity during the trek along with a memorable hospitality by the Dukpas.

Inclusion: Pick up & drop Service from Station to Station. Accommodation provided in Home Stay or in tents with sleeping bags, profiles, tent lights, guide, permits and cooked/packed food.

Excluded: Payments for Jungle Safari, Sightseeing, Permit for Camera, personal Porters & other expenses.

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You will be trekking through the Buxa Tiger Reserve Forest and Bhutan Border. There is no Medical Unit, Electricity, charging point, Bath room/ Toilet in Tents.

Running Water & Bath only available in the Home stays.

Concept of adventure trekking holidays & Nature Study Camps at present is not just a relief from the monotony of daily life but an opportunity and scope to mingle up with nature and to learn how to conserve it. Further, a camping course in nature helps a young kid in building self-confidence and social instincts.

A team of experienced Guides and Trainers will be there to assist Campers. Most of them are learned from Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Darjeeling.

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The Camping Ground, Santarabari is situated in the foothills of Buxaduar in East Himalaya, 31 Km away from Alipurduar. The Campsite is by the side of a rivulet coming down from Buxa Duar. The place is surrounded by lush green forests and slopes and famous for its natural beauty.

Course: First hand information and training for Camping, Yoga / Taekwondo, Survival Training, First Aid and among Nature study lessons Stargazing, Photography & Bird Watching.

Duration: 3 Nights 4 Days.