Dooars Tour Guide, Packages, Hotel, Transport Information
‘DOOARS’, the door to mystic green forests and mysterious wilderness, is the home to diversified animal and plant species. The enlarged land with lush green vegetation, are the alluvial flood plains in eastern-northeastern India that lie south of the foothills of the Himalayas and north of the Brahmaputra River basin. This region is about 30 km wide and stretches over about 350 km.
Dooars is the land where, dense forests nourished with fresh waters of babbling and burbling rivers, bluish green mountains smiles with the splashing waterfalls and streams, diverse groups of wildlife roam around the thrilling jungle-trails. The perfect confluence of soothing nature, diversified wildlife groups, roiling mountain streams, stunning lower Himalayan Mountains and enriched diversified ethnicity; provides a perfect holiday destination for every kind of travellers.
Best time to visit Dooars
Generally, autumn, spring and winter are the best seasons to visit Dooars. Monsoon is not suggested as the major forests remain closed during this period.
- Spring (March, April & May) : This is the time to experience the beautifully bloomed Dooars with several colourful floral beauties.
- Autumn (September, October & November) : Autumn in Dooars is crisp and good to visit and explore the treasures amidst a pleasant weather. In autumn, Dooars presents itself in a fresh green attire with mighty water-filled rivers.
- Winter (December, January & February) : Dooars is mostly visited during winters is good time to visit and explore the nature.