Jaldapara National Park Overview
Located at the Eastern Himalayan foothills, this National Park edges on the Torsa River banks in the Alipurduar District. Amongst the lushest tourist places in West Bengal, it is a vast forested area comprising hundreds of varieties of flora & fauna, streams, and thickets of woods & tall grass groves. It offers jeep & elephant safaris that take one to the remotest corners of this wilderness to explore.

Highlight of the place: This park houses the second-highest number of Indian one-horned rhinos. Other wildlife species here include leopards, Royal Bengal tiger, spotted deer, wild boars, cobras, geckos, crested eagle, lesser-pied hornbill, etc.

Best time to visit: The winter months of September-March to enjoy the outdoors without the heat & humidity of summers. It remains closed each year from 15th June-14th September.
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