Why Dooars Should Be Visited at least Once

Apr 7 01:59 2022 Prabir Mandal Print This Article

Know why you should visit Dooars for at least once

Dooars,Guest Posting which came from the word Duar which actually means doors, is one of the promising travel destinations in the Northern Part of West Bengal. Dooars usually consist of a vast region. The region is around 30 km wide and stretches over about 350 km from the Teesta River to the Dhansiri River in West Bengal. The region of Dooars is usually divided by the Sankosh River into Eastern and Western Dooars. The Eastern Dooars are located in Assam and the Eastern Dooars are located in West Bengal. Now, have a look at the following reasons for which you should visit Dooars at least once in a lifetime.


1. Dooars Has a Rich History

The Dooars region has a rich history and it is one of the many reasons why you should visit the destination. Dooars was once ruled by the Kingdom of Kamata under the mighty Koch Dynasty. However, just after the Koch Dynasty Weakens, the King of Bhutan invaded Dooars and take possession of it. During the British rule, the Eastern Part of the region merged with Goalpara District in Assam, and the Western Part was turned into a new district named Western Dooars. Travelers usually get fascinated by the story of Dooars.


2. The Lush Greenery of Dooars

Dooars are mostly known for their lush greenery. The vast region of Dooars is mostly covered with jungles, forests, wildlife sanctuaries, National Parks, and more. The region has two national parks and quite a few forests. The popular national parks in Dooars are Jaldapara National Park, Gorumara National Park, etc. The major forests in Dooars are Chapramari Forest, Khuttimari Forest, Buxa Tiger Reserve, Chilpata Wildlife Sanctuary, and more. In short, the lush greenery of Dooars will make you hypnotized for sure.


3. It is a Birdwatchers Paradise


There are organized and unguided birdwatching trips available in the Dooars through a variety of bird-rich habitats such as grasslands, ponds, woods, jungles, hills, mountains, and villages. Among the best birding spots are Lava, Neora Valley National Park, Gorumara National Park, and Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary. Scarlet Minivet, Stripe-throated Yuhina, Whiskered Yuhina, Greater Rufous-headed Parrotbill, Red-tailed Minla, Himalayan Cutia, Great Hornbill, Oriental Pied Hornbill, Wreathed Hornbill, Rufous-necked Hornbill, White-eyed Pochard, and others.


You can go for a great Dooars Trip with any plan picked from many Dooars Tour Packages.

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Prabir Mandal is a passionate blogger based in Siliguri, West Bengal. He loves to write and wants to explore the world. 

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