Route, West Bengal

Dooars – In the Rain and Mist

Enjoy monsoon in the greens of Dooars. Drive down the green valleys of North Bengal and experience a laid back holiday in rain-soaked Dooars. Walk by the meandering streams, unending tea gardens and dense forests. Enjoy your stay in the buffer zone of the forests, heritage tea bungalows or local homestays. OTAS will let you experience a hassle free holiday. We will provide you stays and transport throughout your vacation. Come let’s get drenched!

Itinerary – 6 Days
Day 1 — Start of tour, Stay at Chilapata

Pick up from New Alipurduar/Hasimara and transfer to Chilapata. Enjoy a road trip of the jungles in Chilapata. Overnight at Chilapata or Madarihat.

Day 2 — Day visit to Buxa, Stay at Chilapata

After breakfast start your journey towards Rajabhatkhawa, the gateway to Buxa Tiger Reserve. Enjoy the forests on way and reach South Khayerbari. Come back and stay at Chilapata

Day 3 — Drive through forests, Stay in Chalsa

Transfer from Chilapata to Murti belt. In the evening visit the Murti river and also enjoy the forests of Khunia and Chapramari on way. Visit the Medla watchtower which is open throughout the year. Overnight at Murti belt.

Day 4 — Visit to Eastnar Forest, Stay in Chalsa

After breakfast, visit Samsing, Suntalekhola, Sakam [Neora Hydel Project] and Rocky Island. In the evening enjoy the Murti river. Overnight at Murti Belt

Day 5 — Follow the river Jhaldhaka, Stay in Paren

After breakfast move towards Paren. On way visit Jhallong, Bindu and Gairibas view-point. Overnight at Paren.

Day 6 — End of trip

In the morning enjoy the Paren village. Then transfer to New Mal/NJP. Tour End.


For 2 Pax – 11600 per person
For 4 Pax – 8200 per person
For 6 Pax – 7000 per person
For 8 Pax – 6500 per person

Include twin-sharing accommodation and transport.

Exclude food bill, entry fees, extra bed charge


Recommended by
Department of Tourism, Govt. of West Bengal

Official Twitter Handle of Department of Tourism, Govt. of West Bengal


Safari inside Buxa Tiger Reserve and Chilapata remain closed during the monsoon. But this route covers the roads which run through national forests and buffer zone.

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