Dooars is located in the Sub-Himalayan parts of Northern West Bengal. The word Dooars is derived from the word ‘duar’ which means door in Bengali. The name is apt as dooars acts as the gateway to Assam, Sikkim, and Bhutan. Dooars acts as a hub for tourism. Dooars is covered with lush green forest and tea gardens. Dooars has large number of wildlife sanctuaries such as Gorumara National Park, Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary, Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary, Buxa Tiger Reserve. Dooars is the home to Asiatic one-horned rhino, bison, elephant and variety of birds. Apart from these wildlife sanctuaries the other destinations in dooars are Coochbehar, Jalpaiguri, Murti, Jhallong, Jayanti, Alipurduar, etc. The vast texture of green forest, unending tea gardens and river Teesta, Torsha, Jaldhaka, Raidak, Kalchini and their tributaries flows through dooars. Tea and Tourism is the major source of income in Dooars. Dooars is one of the most preferred locations for tourist all over the world. Dooars has gained prominence in the recent years as it is surrounded by number of wildlife sanctuaries and national parks.
Tourist can find a number of places very interesting such as Bindu, Jhalong, Samsing, Suntaleykhola, Bhutan Ghat, Mendabari, Murti, Chalsa, Lataguri, Toto Para, Jayanti, Rajabhatkhawa and can also stay at these places. One can find good quality resorts in Dooars with all modern amenities. At some places one can also experience the local homestays and get to know about the culture of the local people. The climate of this region is not very extreme. The temperature varies from 10 degree Celsius to 21 degree Celsius from November to February, 16 to 28 degree Celsius from March to April and 23 to 36 degree Celsius from May to September. However the forest remains closed from 15th June to 14th September.