Located at the fringe of the Gorumara National Park home of Asiatic one horned Rhino, Lataguri is a quaint village in the Jalpaiguri District of West Bengal. It is one of the villages located at the periphery of Gorumara National Park. Lataguri is bounded on North and East by Gorumara Forest in the South by Moulani more and in the West by Neora River. Once a quaint village Lataguri now has become the hub for the all the tourist and nature lover who wants to explore the wilderness in Gorumara National Park or Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary.
Lataguri is the perfect place to set your inner child free to explore the wilderness, located 30km from Jalpaiguri Lataguri is a place to see wildlife in its most pristine and uncultivated form a place full of dense forests and reverie grassland, the region is home to many species of flora and fauna. Scenic beauty is the first and last word for Lataguri. Gorumara jungle is a very precious place for a nature and wildlife lovers. From being the base to exploring the home of Asiatic one-horned Rhino Gorumara National Park to the elephant corridor Chapramari wildlife sanctuary, Lataguri also has a nature interpretation centre which gives the visitor more knowledge about the flora and fauna of close by forest area. Lataguri can be visited throughout the year but its best to avoid during monsoon season since the forest area are closed during that time. Apart from being the base of Gorumara National Park and Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary there are many places to see near Lataguri like Buxa Forest, Jaldhaka, Bindu and many more.
With the view of the vast rolling forest and the beautiful flowing river and excess to the most pictorial sites Lataguri has lured many travelers towards it. The clearest way to the universe is through forest wilderness. Lataguri lets you through the most exquisite site in the Dooars region and let you quench the thirst of the inner adventurer whilst exploring the wild side of the Dooars Region.