About Jaldapara

One of the most famous tourist destination in Dooars is Jaldapara National Park (formerly Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary), situated in Alipurduar district of West Bengal, India, nearby the Indo-Bhutan international border. It belongs in the heavy rainfall zone, so the forest is mainly savannah covered with tall elephant grasses, which is spread across 216.5 km2 area with an altitude of 61m. River Torsha runs through the National Park. Some other rivers, Malangi, Hollong, Chirakhawa, Kalijhora, Sissamara, Bhaluka and Buri Torsa are also flowing through the Forests area. Jaldapara forests were constituted as Wildlife Sanctuary in the year of 1941 for the protection of Wildlife, particularly one-horned Rhinoceros and it was declared as Jaldapara National Park in May 2012. Jaldapara National Park has the second largest population of the Indian one-horned Rhinoceros in the World after Kaziranga National Park, Assam. As of the recent census, Jaldapara National Park has an intake of 160 numbers of one-horned Rhinoceros.


Population              : 3 thousand approx.

Weather                  : Winter  - Minimum  6 °C , Maximum  18 °C ( Approx )

                                   Summer - Minimum  15 °C , Maximum  30 °C ( Approx )

Humidity                  : 38%

Best Time to Visit  : March , April , May , June-Mid , October / November / December .

Language Used      :  Hindi , English , Bengali Etc


Popular Spots Of Sightseeing are

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