Sightseeing

Murti Tourist Places

Dooars, Murti

Dooars, also spelt as Duars, refers to the foothills of the eastern Himalayas in the north-eastern region of India. The Sankosh River and the Western Dooars divide the region geographically. It encompasses different types of forests, including the Gorumara National Park, Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary and Buxa Tiger Reserve.

Alipurduar, Murti

Alipurduar is one of the important sub-divisional towns of the Jalpaiguri District, situated near the Buxa Tiger Reserve. It lies in the extreme east of West Bengal, close to Assam. If you want to experience intense forest of Buxa and travel to pristine mountains of Bhutan in a day, Alipurduar is the right destination for you. This district is the gateway to northeast of India and connects bhutan through Jaigaon, the last Indian town on your way to bhutan. This district is well-connected with Railway network . Any train to North East of India halts here. Do stay in the wilderness for a refreshing change.

Chapramari Forest, Murti

The Chapramari Forest is situated near National Highway 31 that connects the states of the north-east with the rest of India. The Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary is located close to the Gorumara National Park. There is a large population of elephants and Indian bison in the… Read More »

Totopara, Murti

Totopara village is situated on a hillock in the Jalpaiguri District and is home to the famous Toto tribe. This village is located 22 km away from Madarihat, the main entry point of the Jaldapara National Park. The Totopara village is surrounded by the hills of Bhutan to the north and the Titi River and Titi Reserve Forest in the south-west.

Chilapata Forest, Murti

The Chilapata Forest is located near the Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary in Dooars and is easily accessible from the town of Hasimara. It is an elephant corridor between the Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary and Buxa Tiger Reserve. The forest has a rich population of Indian… Read More »