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The Dooars corridor links the northeast to the rest of the country, at a place where the Himalayas meet the plains. It is a pleasure viewing the rivulets mature into rivers and walking through the roads that cut through tea gardens that follow CTC (Cut Tear Curl) process for that quick brew, colourful liquor and strength of tea . Spend some time idly exploring the semi-deciduous forests in Samsing and Suntalekhola. And if its experience that you are looking for, we suggest a tea break by the Moorty River and trips to colourful local haats.


For a thrilling twist to your holiday, we can of course arrange a morning jungle safari inside the Gorumara National Park . The watchtowers within the area provide safe vantage points from where you can have a glimpse of the Indian one-horned rhinoceros, wild bison, leopards, elephants, gaur, sambar and a huge variety of birds and deer. After spending the day exploring the jungles, teagardens and rivers, enjoy a lovely barbeque with campfire before you turn in for the night. But then, why limit your holiday to the norms of convention when you have the option of going for short hikes along the Lis River 's trail. Return and stay at self-sufficient villages where the residents make collective efforts to ban the intake of alcohol, cutting of trees and farming in forest land. So what are you waiting for? If anything, the jungles of Dooars provide an experience not to be missed.

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INDIA
DOORS TO JUNGLE
GREEN GONDWANA
LAGOON AND THE LIGHTHOUSES
HIMALAYA BY THE EAST
HIMALAYA BY THE WEST
COLOURS OF KUMAON
TEA AND TUSKERS
THE NILGIRIS
ALONG THE KONKAN COAST
REDISCOVERING EAST COAST
OF SAND AND SAGA
 
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