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The Chapramari wildlife Sanctuary is situated in the foothills of Eastern Himalayas in the district of Jalpaiguri. near the NH31 connecting north-east with the rest of India.It can be approached by road from Siliguri or Jalpaiguri. It is 70 km from Jalpaiguri and approx 20 kms away from Gorumara National Park. A huge variety of flora and fauna covers the forests.

 

 

 

This wildlife Sanctuary is filled with dense greenery which provides a natural home to the animals and birds living here. With very tall trees and thick bower of greenery, this sanctuary is a wildlife heaven. In 1895, it was declared as Reserve Forest by the British Government. In 1998, it was declared as Wildlife Sanctuary.

 

 

 

Chapramari Sanctuary is in the Khunia beat and is famous for Bison and Elephant herds. With fascinating diversity of flora and fauna and the vast texture of massive trees sheltering varieties of orchids will definitely impress the guest. The watchtower is the best place to observe wild animals as they visit the salt pit near the water body prepared close to the watchtower. Most common animals in the area are one horned Indian rhino, Elephant, Indian Bison, Leopards and deer.

 

 

Nearby Places of Tourist Interest:

 

 

 

Further North of Chapramari is the Bhutan – Dooars boarder villages of Jaldhaka, Paren, Bindu and Jhalong. The area has gained in prominence as tourist destination and can be visited from Chapramari within an hour. Once can also visit the beautiful tea gardens of Jiti and Hila above Nagrakata here. Gorumara in the South is easily accessible. Gorumara offers a large number of forest visit options and attracts the largest number of tourists in Dooars. Further east from Chapramari is Jaldapara forest about an hours drive from here.

 

 

 

How to Reach: If you are travelling by train, Chalsa is the nearest station about 10 km from the forest. But few trains stop here. Malbazar 7 km further is stop of a few more trains including an intercity express and a train connecting Kolkata. New Jalpaiguri, the most important station or the area is about 70 kms and 1.5 hours drive. Bagdogra is the nearest airport. Road connectivity is excellent with all other major places of the region. Most tourists prefer to get down at NJP or Bagdogra and take a cab to visit Chapramari.

 

If you love nature, then this is your place. As soon as you enter the forest, you will see a wide variety of trees like aamloki, rudrapalash, rubber trees, rupasi and others.

 

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Darjeeling is a town in the Indian state of West Bengal. A popular tourist destination, it is located in the Mahabharat Range or Lesser Himalaya at an average elevation of 6,710 ft.

 

Darjeeling is thought to be derived from the word Dorjeeling, which literally means ‘the place of Dorjee’ the majestic thunderbolt. Some believe that the thunderbolt belongs to the Lamaist religion and some believe that it belongs to Lord Indra.

 

Nestled among the rolling mountains with the glistening Mt Kanchenjunga towering over the azure sky, Darjeeling fondly called “Queen of the Hills”, provides a perfect gateway for those seeking to be in harmony with nature.

 

Tourist Attractions At Darjeeling

 

Tiger Hill:

 

 

 

Situated at an altitude of 2,590m (8,482 ft.) and 13-km from the town, this spot has earned international fame for the magnificent view of the sunrise over “Kanchenjunga” and the great Eastern Himalayan Mountains. Even Mount Everest, the world’s highest peak, is visible from here.

 

PNH Zoological Park:

 

 

 

Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park (also called the Darjeeling Zoo) is a 67.56-acre (27.3 ha) zoo in the town of Darjeeling in the Indian state of West Bengal. The zoo attracts about 300,000 visitors every year.

 

Himalayan Mountaineering Institute:

 

 

 

A spot not to be missed is the Himalayan Mountaineering Institute created by the late Tenzing Norgay, the Sherpa who conquered Mt Everest with Sir Edmund Hillary on 29 May 1953. A display of equipment used on the climb is one of the highlights. A zoological garden nearby has an assortment of wildlife such as yaks, Siberian tigers and red pandas who call the region their home.

 

Happy Valley Tea Garden:

 

 

 

This is a must see place in Darjeeling. It is quite popular among travelers for obvious reasons. Watching the actual process tea manufacturing is worthwhile. The scenic charm of this tea garden is heartwarming. Happy Valley is the most accessible Tea Estate, as it is only about 3 kms from town. (Garden is closed to public on Mondays).

 

How To Reach :

 

The nearest rail is New Jalpaiguri. This is well connected to most of the major cities in India. The town of Darjeeling is approachable from Siliguri, nearly 80 km away, by Darjeeling Himalayan Railway also known as Toy Train.

 

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Jayanti – This small settlement is situated on the bank of River Jayanti. A spot with natural beauty forms a natural border with Bhutan. A 14 kilometer trek will take you to Buxa. Buxa is known as the Buxa Tiger Reserve. Another option is a short trek to the stalactite cave otherwise known as the Mahakal cave. Jayanti, Buxa and Rajabhatkhawa serves as international corridor for elephant migration between India and Bhutan. Jayanti forest range covers approximately around 780 square kilometers. Moving much behind the city life, this is probably one of the few places where nature seems to calm down the busy hassles of life. With the chirping of unknown birds, undying greenery and refreshing views of the river in monsoons, Jayanti can be the perfect weekend spot for people coming to this area.

Attractions at Jayanti:

Buxa fort

 

Buxa fort: There is a fort on the top of the Buxa Hill is located at an altitude of 867 metres in the Buxa Tiger Reserve, Jalpaiguri district, West Bengal. The fort lies 7 km from the Buxa Road and was regarded as a refuge for the refugees during the unrest in Tibet. It is believed that this fort served as the point of contention between the Cooch Kings and the King of Bhutan. This fort was captured by the British. This place is also considered as the starting point for various trekking routes.

 

Pokhri Lake

Pokhri Lake: Pokhri Lake situated on the top of Pokhri Hill at a distance of about 4km. from Jayanti Village. To reach Pokhri Lake one has to trek the distance partly through forested hills and partly through previously used roads. The whole trek is quite a joyful experience and provides a scope to come so close to nature.

 

Mahakal

 

Mahakal: Mahakal is stalactite cave of Mahakal is a popular pilgrimage destination of the Hindus. Located near Bhutan border this cave temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is a popular sightseeing destination of Jayanti. To reach Mahakal cave one has to trek through forested hills for nearly one and a half hour. The journey is not at all tough and tourists visiting Jayanti should definitely visit this cave temple. Apart from the pilgrimage point of view, the whole journey is a chance to enjoy the beauty of nature so closely.

 

Getting There:

Jayanti is about 25km from Alipurduar Junction and 15km from Rajabhatkhawa, which is the forest gate. The best way to reach there is by train though it is well connected by motorable roads as well. Siliguri is 153 kms away. Auto rickshaws are also available for local transport.

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khayerbari is located almost 10km. away from Madarihat. khayerbari is mainly known as “Royal Bengal Tiger & Leopard” rescue centre.  During the implementation of the ban, several wild animals were captures by the forest officials which included 11 tigers seized from the Olympic circus in Hoogly district. The tigers that are being shifted to the Khyerbari are part of this group which was kept at Hollong temporarily. The centre has 5 units each consisting of 3 cells, thus having a provision to accommodate a maximum of 15 tigers. According to forest officials this is a unique endeavor unmatched in the entire north east. It place highly attractive to tourists because after ban of animals like Royal Bengal Tiger and Leopards in the circuses they were brought to this centre and tourists can get a close spot to watch.

Nearby Places at khayerbari:

 

Chilapata: Chilapata is a dense forest on the way to Cooch Behar and is located around 20 km from the Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary. The chief attraction at Chilapata is the “Nalraja Garh” or the fort of the Nal kings. The fort was built during the Gupta period in the fifth century, although the fort itself is in ruins now, it has tremendous archeological importance and reminds one of the golden age in the history of India. Other activities include Tonga rides through Mathura tea garden, boating on the Bania river and angling on the confluence of the Kalchini, Bania and Buri Basra.

Jaldapara: Jaldapara is situated in the foothills of eastern Himalayas. The river Torsha flows through this rain forest sanctuary which is mostly covered with tall grasses, the sanctuary encompasses luxuriant vegetation and a rich variety of wildife. The Malangi River also flows nearby from east to west. Riding elephants and jeep safari is the only way to move inside this forest. Elephant safari is preferred to the people staying at Jaldapara overnight. The jeep safari is available in morning and in afternoon. This sanctuary has mixed deciduous forests, grasslands, perennial streams, extensive areas of elephant grass and sandy river banks. Along with the River Torsha flowing through this rain forest, the Malangi River flows from East to West.

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North Bengal comprising the districts of Jalpaiguri, Darjeeling, Dinajpur and Cooch Behar lies at the foothills of the great Himalayas. The area covers the moist and dense riverine forests of the Bengal dooars and the stark foothills of the snow-capped Kanchenjunga range. North Bengal comprises of six districts- Darjeeling, Jalpaiguri, Coochbihar, North Dinajpur, South Dinajpur and Malda. The landscape, history and cultures of each district have a distinguished character. The landscape, history and cultures of each district have a distinguished character. While nature has showered his bountiful beauties in Darjeeling with great Himalayan ranges passing through it, Jalpaiguri, lying in the sub-Himalayan foothills, presents a rich biodiversity with dense forests, varied faunal and floral live forms. Coochbihar is a city of old palaces of Koch kings, with temples and large water bodies. North and South Dinajpur are basically agricultural plains and Malda again is an old civilization and has its own importance from the archeological point of view for the famous ruins of Gour kingdom.

 

 

 

Hatipota: Hatipota is a small village located in the district of Darrang in the state of Assam in India. Surrounded by the natural beauty of hills, jungle, rivers and tea gardens, Hatipota is an enchanting spot in Doors, West Bengal. It is an ideal place to rejuvenate and de-stress for those weary of the strife-torn and danger-ridden city life. This Tourist Centre is about 15 km. from Raidak. Blue hills covered by green forests. There, on this canvass, play various colours of clouds. Throughout the day this change of colours continues from hill to hill. The mind is filled up with a sublime joy. There is a good number of tea gardens with shade trees around Hatipota.

 

 

How to Reach:

 To reach Hatipota from Kolkata, travel up to Alipurduar. The best trains are No. 3149 Kanchenkanya Express which leaves Sealdah Station weekly at 7:35 p.m. (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday) and arrives at Alipurduar next day at 11:10 a.m. 3141 Teesta-Tursa Express leaves at 1:35 p.m. and arrives at Alipurduar next evening at 7:15 p.m. Besides these trains, 5959 Kamrup Express leaves Horwarh Station at 5:35 p.m. and arrives at Alipurduar next day at 9:15 a.m. From station you can hire a car to reach Hatipota.

 

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Buxa Tiger Reserve : Buxa Tiger Reserve lies in Alipurduar Sub Division of Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal. Its northern boundary runs along the international border with Bhutan. Buxa is rich with bio-diversity and has a great collection of rare orchids and medicinal plants. Because of inaccessible terrain some parts of Buxa hills in the Sinchula range are still unexplored. The veritable flora and fauna of these wet forests attracts tourists and nature lovers every year. The Generic diversity of mammals is second highest among all the tiger reserves of India. The reserve has the second largest population of tiger in West Bengal after Sunderbans. Besides tiger, leopard, elephants, bears, civets, giant squirrel, Gaur, Chital, clouded leopard, wild Buffaloes, antelope and snakes including the regal Python are found here.

 

 

Sikiajhora  : Sikiajhora is a small stream that flows within the Buxa Tiger reserve. Situated in North Panialguri of Alipurduar subdivision. A small dam and embankment was constructed by forest department here a few years back. There was also boating trip available inside the forest. The small stream turned a furious river during the rainy season and the embankments were breached. There is an eco tourism development committee comprising local villagers. They take care of the picnickers. Kalkut a forest village is a picnic spot to lure tourists is on the other side of the road. If you are here to be close to nature, you would still love spending a couple of hours besides the forest on the watchtower.

 

 

How to Reach Sikiajhora :

Rail Way : Nearest rail Junction is New Jalpaiguri in North Bengal and the nearest station is New Alipurduar station which has direct connections to Kolkata. Kanchenjunga, Kamrup and Saraighat Express’s etc are some of the trains.

By Road : Alipuarduar has buses operating to Sikiajhora.

By Air : If you are travelling by air the most convenient airport is Bagdogra.

 

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Samsing is a small hill village and tourist spot in the Kalimpong subdivision of Darjeeling district of West Bengal, situated at an elevation of 3000 ft. It is known for its beautiful landscape with green tea gardens, hills and forests, which attract a lot of tourists. The town of Samsing is a very popular destination in the Indian. This is a virgin location that is unadulterated and sparsely populated; hence nature lovers and people who want to spend some time alone can visit this hill town and revel in the peaceful surroundings. Samsing is an ideal place for those, who are looking for a break from routine city life to enjoy a relaxed vacation in the natural environment. Samsing is also known for its traditional orange orchards and cardamom plantation, which have been a mojore occupation of a large number of villagers. Samsing receives a lot of rainfall, which helps villagers in producing good crop all round the year. Because of the unique location of the villages, lot of initiatives is being taken to promote village tourism around Samsing.

Places Around Samsing:

 Suntalekhola :

 

A wilderness resorts on the bank of Suntale Stream surrounded by dense forested hills is just 4 kms from Samsing. One can feel the freshness of nature here. It is an ideal place to spend hours sitting leisurely on the huge rocks beside the stream, and watching colourful birds and butterfly throughout the day.

 Neora Valley National Park :

Neora Valley National Park is situated in the Kalimpong subdivision under Darjeeling District, West Bengal, India and was established in 1986. The Neora Valley National Park is adjacent to this place and most treks are organised in the surrounding area of the National Park. Trekkers can take a steep ride to `Tree Fern Point` and `Mo` or `Mo Chaki` for a great view of the Himalayas in one side and the plains of Dooars in the other. The hills of Bhutan and `Jelepla`, the pass connecting Tibet with India, can be seen from here. The most fascinating and thrilling trek leads to the untouched wilderness of Neora Valley National Park.

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