Namrota Ghosh Chowdhury
Murti is an inhabited place in Matiali CD block in the Malbazar subdivision of the Jalpaiguri district in the state of West Bengal., it is situated near the Murti river between the chaparmari forest and Gorumara National Park.
Paren is the untouched beauty of Dooars set amidst the picaresque location. It is perched at an elevation of 6200ft, it is blessed with a soothing climate and Paren is surrounded by the green lofty hills with alpine forest, rolling green meadows and meandering rivers along.
Samsing is a small hilly place in Matiali under the Malbazar subdivision of the Jalpaiguri district. It is situated 3000ft on the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas of Dooars region, almost 83 km away from Siliguri.
Kadalbasti falls under Chilapata forest on the southern side of Kalchini block. It is a village as unique as its name, predominantly populated by the Rava Tribal groups and Mech.
Surrounded with the luxuriant forest along the bank of river Bania is a quaint settlement called Mendabari. It is located at a distance of 20km from Alipurduar and 18km from Hasimara, Mendabari is the newly found Jewel added to the crown Dooars Tourism.
If you want solace and escape from the hectic schedule of life then the best tourist spot in Dooars no doubt. Khayerbari also known as South Khayerbari is situated along the banks of River Torsa and it is a unique place with a plethora of scenic beauty.
Suntalekhola is the most attractive tourist spot in Dooars region with a beautiful rocky islands circuit situated on 2900 ft. above sea level, and the distance from Samsing is only 5kms.
Bhutanghat located 45 km from Alipurduar near Indo-Bhutan border on the bank of spiraling river Raidak, which flows from the mountainous valley of Bhutan to the plain region of Dooars is a marvelous place to visit and to bestowed with the magic and mysteries of nature.
Jayanti is a small village deemed as the “Queen of Dooars”, within Buxa Tiger Reserve in the Alipurduar district in West Bengal, India. It is located along with the Bhutan Hills in its backdrop and Jayanti River adding a natural charm to it.