Dooars is a region which is about 30km wide and stretches over about 350km from Teesta River in West Bengal and Dhansiri River in Assam. The region forms gateway to Bhutan and are alluvial floodplains in northeastern India. The altitude of Dooars area ranges from 90m to 1750m.
The national park situated in the eastern foothill of the Himalayas is famous for one horn rhinoceros, elephants and Bengal tiger along with spotted deer, barking deers, Sāmbhar deers, wild pig, hog deer and bison. Birds like eagles, Bengal Florian, Indian hornbill, jungle fowl and more are the attraction of this park.
Gorumara national park is a medium sized park with grasslands and forest. It is primarily known for its population of Indian rhinoceros. The park is also declared as the best among the protected areas in India by the ministry of environment and forest for the year 2009.
Chapramari wildlife sanctuary is a continuation of Gorumara national park. It is bounded by river Murti on the west side and by river Jaldhaka on the eastern side. It is relatively small in size with an area of about 10sq km.
Buxa tiger reserve is situated in Alipurduar was set up in the year 1983 and was given the status of a national park in 1992. Buxa is an absolute delight for birdwatchers. The topography and climate supports a rich variety of plant as well as animal species. Visitor can also spot mammals, reptiles, amphibians and fishes.