In the Jalpaiguri District of West Bengal, Batabari is new tourist attention in Dooars. It is a tiny village located more than 50 km distance away from the main town of Jalpaiguri. Our well-designed Batabari Tour Package will let you explore its popular tea estates and all its nearby attractions such Gorumara, Murti, Gajoldoba, Jhalong, Bindu, Samsing, Suntalekhola, Rocky Island, and many more. Far away from the clutch of urbanization, you will truly love this perfectly designed tour plan. Have a look at the packages we are offering which are pocket friendly yet quite good.
A short tour package to cover Batabari, Gorumara Jungle Safari, Samsing, Suntalekhola, Rocky Island, Jhalong, Bindu, Murti, Gajoldoba, etc.
Gorumara Jungle Safari, Samsing, Suntalekhola, Rocky Island, Jhalong, Bindu, Paren, Murti, Gajoldoba, etc while staying in the cozy accommodation in Batabari and paren.
Batabari Jaldapara Tour Package to have sightseeing at Chilapata, Gorumara, Jaldapara, Saming, Suntalekhola, Rocky Island, Phuentsholing, Murti, Gajoldoba, and many more.
Customizable 4 Nights 5 Days package to visit Gorumara, Mahakal Temple, Pokhri Hill, Buxa Tiger Reserve, Samsing, South Khayerbari, Suntalekhola, Rocky Island, Jhalong, Bindu, Murti, Gajoldoba, Jayanti, Buxa, and many more.
Batabari for its serene atmosphere and intense natural beauty has already hypnotized all our guests. With our tour package, you will get to see the following sightseeing places.
One of the wildlife-rich forests in Dooars is Gorumara National Park. A huge population of rhinoceros can be sighted here in this forest. Apart from this wild creature, Indian Rhinoceros, Sambar Deer, Chetal, Barking Deer, Hog Deer, wild boar, and birds like Scarlet Minivet, Sunbird, Indian Hornbill, and many other migratory birds are all in abundance in this forest.
You will also be taken to Buxa Tiger Reserve which is stretching over an area of 760 km2. The forest is full of unique flora and fauna and Leopard, Asian elephant, gaur, hog deer, wild buffalo, monitor lizard, etc are in abundance here too.
You will not miss exploring the beauty of Jayanti as well. It is around 53 km distance away from Buxa Tiger Reserve. Jayanti is a village with a great exhibition of natural beauty. The riverbed of the village acts as a great picnic ground. Animals sighting is frequent here too as several animals come here to drink water.
Our Batabari Tour package will also take you to Buxa Fort and Pokhari Hill. Buxa Fort at an elevation of 2844 feet above sea level offers you to witness the splendid scenic beauty of nature. Now in ruins, the fort holds a plethora of historical significance. Just a little distance away, Pookhari Hill another attraction in our Batabari Tour Package. Among the locals and also the tourists, the lake of Pokhari Hill is believed to be a sacred one. The wish-fulfilling lake is full of Magur fishes and turtles. Feeding them will be quite enjoyable for sure.
Phuentsholing is a border town in Bhutan and one of the major attractions of our Batabari Tour Package. Being a less populated city, you will truly like its ambiance. You can visit its sightseeing places like Ammo Chhu Crocodile Zoo, Karbandi Monastery, Zangtho Perli Lakhang, etc. Adjacent to Buxa Tiger Reserve, Chilapata is another vast stretch of a forested area full of wildlife and trees. Some of the wild creatures can be sighted while having Jungle Safari (The Safari is subjected to the availability of the tickets).
These are the most popular offbeat destinations in Dooars. They are situated quite near to Bhutan Border. And because of this, the magnificent Bhutan Hill is visible from all these places. Bindu is popular for the sighting of migratory birds in the Dam. Rocky Island is about the Riverbed of Murti River with scattering gigantic rocks.
The Teesta Barrage of Gajoldoba is another major attraction of our Batabari tour package. Falls under Malbazar Subdivision, Gajoldoba is a new mega tourist hub in the Dooars region. Several Himalayan Birds are seen in this village and birds enthusiasts will surely love to capture them on their camera.
In the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas, Jaldapara is one of the biggest National Parks in India. Spread across an area of 141 sq.km, Jaldapara is a mixture of woods, grasslands, sandy rivers, and more. The huge population of one-horned rhinoceros is what makes it a popular forest.