Day 1 : Arrival and Transfer to Rajabhatkhawwa (Jayanti) You will be received by our official at Bagdogra Airport / New Jalpaiguri Railway Station (NJP) – Drive to Madarihat – The drive is nearly 4 – 4 ½ hours over a distance of Via Malbazaar, Chalsa, Madarihat , Hashimara – It is nearly 4 – 4 1/2 hours drive – Drive to Jayanti (Buxa Tiger Reserve) . Rajabhatkhawa is just outside the Forest and Jayanti on the bank of River Jayanti River – It provides an excellent view of the hills of Bhutan – The area is known for its diversified flora, fauna & Buxa Reserve Forest – It provides habitat for the Royal Bengal Tiger, Gaur, Leopard, Sambar, Chital, Hog Deer, Barking deer etc – Check into the Hotel / Resort / Home stay .Night stay at Rajabhatkhawa or Jayanti.
Day 2 : Buxa Tiger Reserve Safari & local Sightseeing Buxaduar and Rajabhatkhawa are two main centers for ecotourism – Jeep Safari through diversified flora and fauna of Buxa Tiger reserve and Pukhri Pahar – Two small one day treks for the adventurous one in Mahakal Cave and Buxaduar are optional – Back hotel for Lunch – Post lunch one can visit drive to Nature Interpretation centre and orchidarium – back to Hotel / Resort / Home stay – Night stay at Jayanti / Rajabhatkhawa .
Day 3 : Transfer to Jaldapara & Phuentsholling sightseeing Early morning breakfast – Nearly 60 kilometers of drive is Jaldapara National Park Check into the resort / hotel – after Lunch one can visit Phuentsholling – The frontier town in southern Bhutan nearly – it is home to a potpourri of ethnic groups intermingling at the point where the countries Bhutan and India meet – Temple called Zangtho Pelri Lhakhang, Monastery Kharbandi Goemba, Crocodile breeding centerand the local market is the places of interest – Back to resort / hotel / Camp – Night stay at Jaldapara / Hollong .
Day 4 : Safari and Elephant Ride & Visit to either Totopara Visit to Totapara – Early morning drive to Hollong for thrilling elephant safari – It offers the exquisite beauty of the vast grassland of Jaldapara – 6 to 7 tourists elephants operating from Hollong every morning and they make 2 round trips – Back to resort for breakfast – Drive to Totapara – Famous for the Dooars aboriginals Totos – Totoapara is 22 kilometers from Jaldapara – Totopara is located at the foot of the Himalayas just to the south of the border of Bhutan on the western bank of Torsa river – Back to resort –Night stay at Jaldapara / Hollong .
Day 5 : Transfer to Lataguri (Gorumara National Park) After breakfast – Check out from Jaldapara – It offers the exquisite beauty of the vast grassland of Jaldapara – One can sight Indian rhinos, bison, deer, and Asiatic elephants – Back to resort for breakfast – Drive to Lataguri (2 hours) – Check into the resort and have lunch – Guest has to reach early to book tickets for Safari – Afternoon (4 PM – 6 PM) jungle safari and watchtower (subject to the availability of tickets) – Night Stay at Resort in Lataguri (Duars / Dooars) .
Day 6 : Local Sight Seeing to Jhalong, Bindu After Breakfast – Visit to Jhalong, Bindu in the lap of Himalaya – Jhalong is on the bank of the river Jaldhaka on the Indo-Bhutan border in the foothills of the Himalayas . Bindu – Major attraction are scenic beauty, birds and the Water body – Bindu is the last village of West Bengal before one enters Bhutan on the bank of river Jaladhaka a natural physical boundary separating West Bengal and Bhutan – Back to resort and have Lunch – Next to prepare for booking of Safari Tickets – Early evening (4 to 6 P M) Jungle safari subjected to availability of tickets – In the late evening one can stroll around the market area – Back to resort – Night Stay at Resort in Lataguri (Duars / Dooars) .
Day 7 : Local Sight Seeing Samsing, Suntaleykhola After Breakfast leave for Excusrion – Visit Samsing, Suntaleykhola in the lap of Himalaya – Samsing is a village at around 3000 feet knoiwn for its landscape, tea gardens and the forest. Suntaley Khola is named from a stream named Suntaley – One can spot exotic species of birds and butterflies – Visitors can cherish the natural natures beauty of this hamlet – Back to resort and hacve Lunch – Next to prepare for booking of Safari Tickets – Early evening (4 to 6 PM) Jungle safari subjected to availability of tickets – In the late evening one can stroll around the market area – Back to resort -Night Stay at Resort in Lataguri (Duars / Dooars) .
Day 8 : Departure transfer to Bagdogra Airport (IXB) / New Jalpaiguri Railway Station (NJP) After breakfast – Check Out from Resort – Next one has to drive to Siliguri, on the way to Bagdogra Airport (IXB) / New Jalpaiguri Railway Station (NJP) – nearly 2 ½ – 3 hours via Sevoke Coronation Bridge / Sevoke Kali Mandir – One can stop will be provided at Coronation Bridge for photography and scenic beauty if time permits – Reach Bagdogra Airport (IXB) / New Jalpaiguri Railway Station (NJP) – Forwarding Journey.
|Sharing Package/Fixed Departure/Min 8 person|
|Cost / Head||Standard||Delux / Resort|
|Peak Season (Apr & May & Oct ) 10% Surcharge|
Accomodation at all place as per the tour schedule.
Accomodation at designated hotel on twin sharing basis with bed rolls for extra persons in Room.
Assistance at all arrival & departure points.
Non Ac Vehicle for transfers & Sightseeing.Please note that Vehicle will not be at your disposal,but will be made available as per itinerary only.
All hotel related taxes & transport related taxes include State tax,Toll tax,Driver Bata,Fuel charge & Parking .
Meals – MAP plan
Cost of transfer to watchtowers ticket counter.
All inclusions no hidden cost.
Airfare / Train Ticket
All kind of personal expenses such as tips,laundry,telephone bills. Liquor,boating & Joy rides.
Any optional tour activity or not mention on inclusion.
Camera Fee (Still or Video)
Guide,Entrance Fees & all associated Forest charges like Watch tower entry fees,Vehicle entry fees,Forest Gypsy charges & individual entry fees to Watchtower.
Jeep Safari , Elephant ride ( If part of your package ) entry fees.
Peak Season Surcharge.
Any expenses caused by reasons beyond our control such as bad weather, natural calamities (landslides, floods), flight delays,excess baggage, rescheduling or cancellations, any accidents, medical evacuations,riots, strikes, war, airline or hotel policies etc .
Any increase in taxes or fuel,leading to increase in surface transportation & land arrangements which may come into effect prior to departure.