Theme : Best Seller
Duration: 2 Nights/ 3 Days
Duration: 2 Nights / 3 Days
Pickup and Drop: New Jalpaiguri Railway Station (NJP), Bagdogra Airport (IXB) or Siliguri Tenzing Norgay Bus Terminus
Sightseeing Attractions: Gorumara National Park, Suntalekhola, Wildlife, Chalsa Viewpoint, Samsing Tea Garden, Suntalekhola Hanging Bridge
As this tour package exclusively starts from NJP, once guests reach this railway station, our driver will be there to pick them up. Our driver will drive for around one and a half hours to help the guests finally reach the resort. The rest of the day is for rest. After dinner, night stay at Lataguri.
NJP to Dooars Tour Package includes Jungle Safari at Gorumara National Park. The jungle safari through the lush green forest of Gorumara is going to be a thrilling one as guests will be able to spot some magnificent wild animals. Guests will be transferred to Suntalekhola next. On the way, guests can relish the beauty of Chalsa Viewpoint, Samsing Tea Garden, and Suntalekhola Hanging Bridge. Dinner and night stay at Suntalekhola.
Guests will be dropped at NJP today as it is the last day of this tour plan. Guests will get ready for check-out after breakfast. On the way back to NJP, guests will be exploring the sightseeing attractions. And this is how NJP to Dooars Tour Package ends.
NJP to Dooars Tour Package Summary at a Glance-
Gorumara National Park - Stretching over a vast area of 80 km2, Gorumara got the status of an Indian National Park in the year 1992. It is located on the floodplains of Murti and Raidak Rivers. Guests will enjoy a jungle safari through this forest.
Suntalekhola - A less-trodden offbeat destination in Dooars, Suntalekhola is undoubtedly a paradise. Surrounded by the dense forest all around, Suntalekhola offers a complete serenity of nature and the Hanging Bridge of it is quite a popular tourist site.
Samsing Tea Garden - The tea garden of Samsing is located over a vast area. This lush green tea garden and its surrounding forest is a paradise for birds like grey nightjar, racket-trailed Drongo, and black-chinned yuhinas. As a result, the tea garden attracts bird lovers from all around West Bengal.