Dooars or Duars is famous for its tea gardens, wildlife sanctuaries, and rivers like Teesta, Murti, Torsha, Raidak and many more. These geographical variations make Dooars an ideal habitat for hundreds of species of birds.
Bindu is a beautiful valley on the banks of river Jaldhaka enclosed by the lush green hills of Bhutan on one side and India on another. Perched at an altitude of 2000 ft, Bindu is the last hamlet of West Bengal and a much loved tourist attraction.
Chalsa is a small town at the foothills of Himalayas bordering Dooars. It is located at an altitude of 535 feet and known for its tea plantations. Chalsa is known for its scenic natural beauty.
Jhalong is a small village on the banks of Jaldhaka River. It is situated on the Indo-Bhutan border and lies under Gorubathan CD block in the Kalimpong district.
Sikiajhora is a rivulet that meanders into the Buxa Tiger Reserve in the North Panialguri of Alipurduar. An eco-park, with a boat riding service, is built around the rivulet which flows through the dense forest of Damnapur Range, rich in biodiversity.