Sited in the heart of dense forest of Dooars region is the sojourn for nature lover called Ramsai. Ramsai is a quaint forest village located at a distance of 72km from Siliguri in the Jalpaiguri district on the Eastern side of Gorumara National Park. Gorumara National Park is known for its astounding number of Asiatic one-horned Rhino. Endowed with abundance of flora and fauna, Ramsai has gained its prominence in the field of Dooars Tourism. Tourists are attracted towards this quaint forest village Ramsai for its serene ambiance and scenic beauty.
Enclosed by lush tea garden and dense semi-tropical forest, the journey towards Ramsai is filled with the pictorial view of changing landscape. The roads leading toward Ramsai take the tourists through the paddy field towards the land dotted with tall Sal trees midst the rolling meadow of lavish tea garden. The view of sparkling river stream meandering through the thick forest enclosing Ramsai is truly a glorious sight to be adorned after reaching Ramsai. Located at the periphery of Gorumara National Park sighting of wild animals is a frequent occurrence in Ramsai. Tourists who want to spend some quality time in the core of jungle can lodge in the Ramsai Rhino Camp where they can get the true essence of wilderness. There are many places to visit in and around Ramsai like Medla Watchtower which may hype the interest of visitor whilst awakening the hidden wilderness explorer within them. Medla Watchtower offers a panoramic vista of river Jaldhaka flowing through the verdant forest enclosing Ramsai which looks like glistening snakes meandering through the plains an awe-inspiring sight which can leave any bystander mesmerized by the beauty of Dooars. Tourists get a unique experience of riding on a bullock cart while visiting the Medla watchtower where along with panoramic vista of verdant forest they might even spot some rhino and wild elephant. Butterfly Park located close to Ramsai Rhino Camp is another place to visit while traveling to Ramsai. The ark as the name suggest is the breeding ground for a vast collection of butterfly species where visitor can see vibrant colored butterflies flocking around the park. Located 3km from Ramsai is a scenic picnic spot called Panbari. Panbari is the confluence of 3 major rivers of Dooars namely Murti, Jaldhaka and Diana. The bank of Panbari has become an ideal spot for picnicking and the scenic view of the wide expanse of river bed is truly a sight to be relish upon. Apart for being known for the astounding destination Dooars is famous for its tea production and visitor can enjoy the beauty of the enchanting tea gardens of Dooars region while traveling to Ramsai. Jadavpur Tea Garden located at the vicinity of Ramsai is the ideal place for the visitor to know more about the magical process behind making the hand plucked tea leaf. Ramsai is a scenically blessed forest village, the beauty of which never ceases to amaze the visitors.
Spending a night in the serene ambiance at the core of the jungle while listening to the alluring chirping of crickets and hooting of exotic night birds can be a moment to be cherished lifetime, and traveling to Ramsai ensures it all to you. Endowed with the pictorial sight and tranquil environment, Ramsai of Dooars region has become the place to find solace for the nature lover and adventurer from the mundane city life who crave to be in a nature bound place and explore the verdant jungle while riding on the back of majestic elephant.
Each season has its own charm to be relished in Ramsai and when all the forest area of Dooars region remains close during monsoon season from mid July to mid September, Ramsai keep its door open for the visitors making it open throughout the year.