Jaldapara National Park Tourism: Wildlife Sanctuary Tours, West Bengal

Jaldapara National Park Tourism: Wildlife Sanctuary Tours, West Bengal

Jaldapara National Park, a park located in the foothills of the eastern Himalayas in  Alipurduar District of the Indian state of West Bengal. The Park, established in 1941 with an area of 216 square kilometers. The Park has filled with lush greenish nature and dense forest trees. In 1941, the park area protected by the forest department of West Bengal. In 2012, it was declared as a National Park. The Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the popular tourist destinations in Dooars. Jaldapara has the second largest population of one-horned Rhinoceros in India. 







Best Season To Visit Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary 

The Best season to explore the wildlife of Jaldapara is in the winter season. The park provides Jungle Safari, Elephant Safari activities for the travelers. During this time, animals are active. September, October, November, December, March, and May months are perfect to reach the Jaldapara National park

In Summer, the national park gains heavy temperature ranging up to 32 oC. Summer starts from March to May. June marked the start of Monsoon season and it lasts until September. During this period, it received occasional showers. October is the start of Winter lasts until February. At this time it has gained pleasant climate with a minimum temperature ranging up to 25 oC. 

Jaldapara National Park

Wild Animals and Things To Do in Jaldapara National Park

The Park is a home to several species of wild animals, birds, and vegans. The Jaldapara wildlife sanctuary has intake 160 numbers of one-horned Rhinoceros. Thrilling seekers can also experience other wild animals such as Lions, Elephants, Tigers, Deer, Musk Deer, Sloth Bear, Jungle Cat, Gaur, Spotted Deer, Hog Deer, different types of Leopards, Barking Deer, Wild Boar. The Park is a paradise for bird watchers.Thrillseekers can also experience several species of Indian residential and migratory birds like Bengal Florican, Peacock, Rocket-tailed Drongo, Paradise flycatcher, Crusted Eagle, Flying Eagle, Little Cormorant, Indian Shag, Lesser Adjutant Stork, Pied Wagtail, Spur Winged Lapwing, lesser pied Hornbill, Moorhen, White Breasted Waterhen, and etc. Jaldapara inhabitants more than 350 species of Birds. 

Jaldapara National Park

Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary is the major tourist attraction and thrilling activities spot in West Bengal. The tourism department of West Bengal forest government offers Elephant Safari Activities, Jungle Safari, and Lion Safari activities to the interested travelers. 

Entry Fee Details

Rs.25/- per head,

Rs.200/- of heavy Vehicle charge per head,

Elephant Safari charges Rs. 600/- per head 

Rs. 250/- per video camera,

Rs. 50/- for a light vehicle per head.

Jaldapara National Park

How To Reach And Accommodation 

Madarihat is the entry point for this park. The park much linked to the major destination in West Bengal and significant places of India via rail, air, and roadways. 

The Nearest airport located in Bagdogra. From this airport regular flights connected to the major cities in India. 

Madarihat railway station situated about 7 kilometers from this sanctuary. It is one of the best ways to experience the scenic nature of West Bengal. From this railway head, trains connected to the significant stations in India.

Jaldapara Sanctuary linked to the Siliguri in North Bengal. The Butan government buses, North Bengal Buses, and Minibuses are available from Siliguri to Alipurduar.

Jaldapara National Park has provided a wide range of accommodation facilities to the travelers. It offers some luxury, deluxe, and medium to budget accommodation opportunities. Mystic forest, Hollong Tourist Guest House, Hotel Inn Resort is famous and luxury hotels in Jaldapara with all facilities. Other medium to Budget accommodate places are Forest Resthouse. 

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