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Travel to dooars

The Dooars where nature has kept her 'dooars' wide open to the north are the East Himalayas as a natural backdrop. A vast texture of dense forests teeming with wildlife, unending tea gardens, babbling rivers, interspersed with sleepy or busy settlements constitute this fascinating tourist destination. Here lie abundantly splendid gifts of nature and enormous resources for eco-tourism. The total area of Dooars is 4,750 square kms.Tea and timber is the main product of Dooars.

Dooars is one of the very few places left in the country where nature is so lavish of her green facilities. The unending stretch of virgin forests is criss-crossed by the river Teesta and her innumerable tributaries. Looking like molten silver against their setting sun, beautiful motorable roads cut through the deep forests rich with wildlife, mauve hills stand at the end of graceful plains. The forests look the way the unknown birds in them sing. The melody of the grove forces you to surrender the sophistries you so carefully cultivated in the city. After a day's journey through the splendid scenery a happy twilight will bid you retire in the cozy comfort of luxurious log cabins and leave for you a million dreams of the glorious morrow that is the dooars.A land that loads you with the gifts of nature.

The climate is warm sub-tropical. It is ideal for the growth of tea. Rain mostly at night and clear sunshine by day. The dry season is from November to March when it is also cool and fire in the evening makes for comfort. The mid-day sun is strong from March to November but never unbearable because of the greenery in the forests and tea-gardens. Mornings and evenings are pleasant throughout the year.