Dooars Overview
Located in the Eastern Himalaya foothills, Dooars is a floodplain area and a part of the Terai Savanna and grasslands. Dooars is divided into the Eastern & Western regions by the Sankosh River and is dotted with numerous hill ranges, rivers, tea and betel nut gardens, and wildlife sanctuaries. Known as the gateway to Bhutan, Dooars is an important trading and tourism hub between India and Bhutan.

Highlight of the place: Wildlife sanctuaries like Mahananda Sanctuary and Chapramari Sanctuary for seeing rare species like one-horned rhinos, tigers, leopards, and cheetals. Visit the lush Sumsing & Suntalekhola and Latpanchore to escape into the wilderness of nature, gurgling sounds of stream waters, and to experience the laidback village life.

Best time to visit: Winter months (November-February) when the temperatures range between 20-24°C are the best to visit.
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