Jaldapara National Park is situated at the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas in Alipurduar district of Northern West Bengal and on the Torsa River bank. It is park which has its great diversity of flora and fauna of the mixed deciduous forest, grasslands and river banks. An extensive belt of tall grass with its mosaic of woods, grassland, perennial streams, Sandy River banks are the boundaries of the Jaldapara forests. River Torsa flows through this forest sanctuary which has an area of 141 sq. km. The Malangi River which also flows nearby from east to west in its sanctuary provides extensive grassland which is last refuge to a wide variety of mammals, amphibians, reptiles and birds.
The Savannah covered tall elephant grasslands main attraction are the Indian one horned rhinoceros. The park holds the largest rhino population in India after Kaziranga National Park in Assam. Other animals in the park include Indian Leopard, Indian elephants, sambar, barking deer, spotted deer, hog deer, wild boars, and gaur. Jaldapara is a paradise for bird watchers. It is one of the very few places in India, where the Bengal florican is sighted. The other birds to be found here are the crested eagle, Pallas's fish eagle, shikra, Finn's weaver, jungle fowl, peafowl (peacock), partridge, and lesser pied hornbill. Pythons, monitor lizards, kraits, cobras, geckos, and about eight species of fresh water turtles can also be found here.
Our resort near Jaldapara National Park is very close to the Jungle Safari Point and we assist you with getting the permits for Jeep Safari. Our hotel in Madarihat is one of closest to the Jaldapara Jungle and takes 4-5 minutes walk to the main gate of Hollong which is the starting point of the safaris.
We assist you to book your safaris from our Hotel In Jaldapara Jungle.