Jungle Safari

Wilder Dooars

Gorumara National Park

Gorumara National Park Gorumara National Park is situated on the bank of rivers Murti and Raidak in Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal. It is a small forest area about 80 sq. Km. But very important and famous to visitors for its natural population of one-horned Rhinoceros. In 1992, it was declared as National Park. Besides Rhinoceros, there various type of mammals, reptiles, birds and insects includes Gaur, Asian elephant, Sloth bear, Chital, Bengal tigers, Indian wild dog, Indian wolf, Pygmy Hog, Giant Squirrels, Hispid hare, Samber deer, Barking deer, Hog deer and wild boar, Scarlet minivet, Sunbird, Asian paradise, Flycatcher, Spangled Drongo, Great Indian hornbill, Woodpeckers, Pheasants, Brahminy duck, Indian python and King Cobra. During winter season the park is attractive for migrated birds.

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  • 4 days
  • Jungle Safari
  • Samsing
  • Rocky Island
  • Laliguras View Point
  • Bindu
  • Jhalong
  • Dalgaon View Point
  • Day trip Jaldapara Wild Life Sanctuary/Lava

Buxa National Park

Buxa National Park, in the subdivision of Alipurduar, Jalpaiguri district, was set up in the year of 1982-83 at the north eastern corner of West Bengal bordering Bhutan and Assam. It is declared a National Park in January 1992. The name "Buxa Tiger" has been derived from Buxa Fort - a fort at an altitude of 867 meters on the Sinchula Range guarding the most important of the eleven routes into Bhutan, which once was used for detainees during freedom movement of India. With an area of 759sq km this picturesque reserve with its prodigious Terai, Bhabar as well as Hilly landscape, crisscrossed by numerous rivers and their tributaries, presents a breathtaking landscape.

Buxa is rich with bio-diversity and has a great collection of rare orchids and medicinal plants. 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. Astonishing bio-diversity of animals comprise of a reach avifauna of more than 230 identified species, 67 mammals and 36 species of reptiles.

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  • 4 days
  • Jungle Safari
  • Buxa Fort
  • Jayanti
  • Rajabhatkhawa
  • Day Trip Coochbehar

Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary

Jaldapara Wild Life SanctuaryJaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary situated at the foothills of Eastern Himalayas in Alipurduar Sub-Division of Jalpaiguri district in West Bengal was constituted in the year of 1943 for the protection of wild life, particularly single horned Rhinos. River Torsha runs through this rive rain forest sanctuary which is mostly covered with tall grasses. The wild life, in addition to the famous single horned rhinos, consists of Royal Bengal Tigers, wild elephants, deer, swamp deer, hog deer, wild pigs, bison and a number of birds, pea-fowl etc. Jaldapara is a paradise for bird watchers. It is one of the very few places in India, where the Bengal Florissant was sighted.

Set out with a binocular and see the majestic flight of hornbill, racket-tailed drongo and paradise flycatcher. See the splendours of sun set beyond the vast grassland of Jaldapara from you Bungalow deck. A thrilling elephant safari is organized in the early morning from Hollong to to offer the exquisite beauty of the vast grassland of Jaldapara. The elephant ride is the best possible way to explore the sanctuary with the rare sight of Indian rhinos and Asiatic elephants. The jeep safari inside the sanctuary is another main attraction.

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  • 4 days
  • Elephant Ride/Jungle Safari
  • Totopara
  • Phuentsholling (Bhutan)
  • Khayerbari Leopard Rescue Centre

Wilder Sundarban

Sundarban

SundarbanThe Sundarban is a National Park and Biosphere Reserve in West Bengal, India. The delta is densely covered by mangrove forests and it is one of the largest reserves for the Bengal tiger. It is also home to a large species of bird, reptile and invertebrate species including the salt water crocodile. On 4th May 1984 Sundarban was declared as a National Park. Sundarban derived its name from the Sundari Trees. It is most exquisite variety of tree that found in this area, a special kind of Mangrove tree. The main feature of this tree is that it produces spikes that grow above from the ground and help in the respiration of the tree.

During the rainy season the entire forest logged by water. Apart from the Royal Bengal Tiger; Fishing Cats, Leopard Cats, Macaques, Wild Boar, Indian Grey Mongoose, Fox, Jungle Cat, Flying Fox, Pangolin, Chital, are also found in abundance in the Sundarban. The only means of traveling the park is to by boats or vessels operated by the West Bengal Tourism Development Corporation. Apart from viewing the wildlife from boat safaris, visitors can also visit the Bhagatpur Crocodile Project, a crocodile breeding farm, Sagar Island, Jambudweep, Sudhanyakali watchtower, Buriidabri Tiger Project, Netidhopani Watchtower, Haliday Island, Kanak, and Sajnekhali Bird Sanctuary.

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  • 3 days
  • Wildlife Boat Safari
  • Sajnekhali Watch Tower & Tiger Reserve
  • Sudhanyakali
  • Jhingakhali
  • Burir Dabri
  • Dobanki Watch Tower

Wilder Assam

Kaziranga National Park

Kaziranga National Park With tall thickets of elephant grass growing in a sprawling area of 430 sq km Kaziranga National Park makes for a world heritage site. With ideal conditions for the Indian One-Horned Rhino and measureless poaching this park was declared to be a sanctuary in 1940.Tigers are the highlight of Indian Wildlife but this place is also well known for one horned rhino. The other wildlife here includes Indian Bison, Barasingha, Sloth Bears, Leopards, a large population of Indian Elephants and many more. The park also houses several species of birds which range from Black-Shouldered Kite to Grey-Headed Fishing Eagle, Himalayan Griffon, etc.

Some interesting activities you can do while you are here are elephant safari and sightseeing in Kaziranga. The best time to explore this park is during the early hours of the morning. An elephant ride when the sun is just beginning to rise; the pea shaped morning dew refracting the sunrays spreads a wave of serenity in the surroundings. The Mahouts who train these elephants guide you through the jungle. You will be amazed to see herds of wild Elephant wandering or Indian Rhinos saunter past visitors.

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  • 4 days
  • Elephant Safari/Jungle Safari
  • Kaziranga Sightseeing
  • Guwahati- Kamakhya Temple
  • Brahmaputra River Cruse