Dooars, a land of unending beauty, lies in the sub-Himalayan foothills in Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal. Stretching from River Tista on the west to River Sankosh on the east, over a span of 130 km by 40 km along the foothills Himalayas, Dooars occupies a major part of Jalpaiguri district.Valleys carpeted with tea gardens, quiet ethnic villages, vast meadows with a blue outline of the Himalayan ranges in the horizon, endless sky.... is the gift of Nature in Dooars.
According to figures, the altitude of Dooars area is between 90m and 1750m. there are numerous rivers and streams that draw new curves on the land. When it comes to rivers, Teesta is biggest river in West Bengal for Dooars. The average rainfall in Dooars in a year is around 3,599mm. The place looks stunning in the monsoons. Rains start in the month of May and often continue till early October. The climate is humid all around the year. Winters in Dooars are foggy and cold, and one can even get seasonal rains.
Buxa Tiger Reserve
Chilapata Wildlife Sanctuary
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