Jaldapara National Park

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Jaldapara National Park Tourism

Situated in the Eastern foothills of the Himalayas, the Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary along with Gorumara National Park is famous for one horned rhinoceros, elephants and Bengal Tigers, spotted deers, barking deers, sambhar deers, bison, wild pig, hog deer and bison.

The skies here too will be a part of your tourist spot with a sizeable variety of eagles, Bengal florican, Indian Hornbill, jungle fowl, pea fowl, patridges and more. Varieties of eagles such as crested eagle and fishing eagle can also be seen. You can also visit the Gorumara National Park nearby and the ruins of an old fort situated inside the Chilapata Forest. Since Jaldapara is famous for its innumerable elephants, you can take an elephant ride through the park. Alternately, you can also take the Safaris available on hire.
 

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What is the best time to visit Jaldapara wildlife sanctuary?

September to May are the best months to visit Jaldapara, while the monsoons must be skipped as the park is closed during the season.
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What is the local food in Jaldapara wildlife sanctuary?

Though the national park is full of adventure and excitement, the cuisine options and a food culture are somewhat missing. Hence the area is not home to any specialty or unique cuisine. However the lodges and resorts provide decent eating facilities for tourist needs.
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What is the best way to reach Jaldapara wildlife sanctuary?

The nearest railhead is at Madarihat which is just 7 km from the sanctuary, however most trains don't stop here. It is advisable to take a train to Birpara or to Hasimara, both of which are around 20 km from the sanctuary. Cabs are available from these stations to take you to the sanctuary. The nearest airport is around 140 km away in Bagdodara, near Siligouri and one can take a bus or cab from there to reach Jaldapara. Tourists can also take a bus or a cab from from Kolkata to reach here. Kolkata is the capital of West Bengal and is very well connected by all means from the rest part of the country by rail. Kolkata also has a very busy international airport.
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What are the places near Jaldapara wildlife sanctuary?

The top places near to Jaldapara wildlife sanctuary are Gangtok which is 113 km from Jaldapara wildlife sanctuary, Darjeeling which is located 121 km from Jaldapara wildlife sanctuary, Dooars which is located 26 km from Jaldapara wildlife sanctuary, Rajabhatkawa which is located 15 km from Jaldapara wildlife sanctuary, Cooch behar which is located 29 km from Jaldapara wildlife sanctuary

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Q. How much time will it take to explore the park by elephant safari?

Nehad Zein

2 years ago
A single safari trip usually lasts for an hour. However, the day safari lasts from 9 am-2 pm.

Q. How much cost will be needed for elephant safari for 8 people?

Holidify

2 years ago
The elephant safari costs INR 150 per person, provided you are all Indians. Each elephant has a capacity of four people. So it will cost INR 1200 for 8 people, provided there are enough elephants as (Read More)the number of elephants available for the safari is limited to 6.

Q. Can you please tell me which animals are there in detail.

Holidify

2 years ago
Jaldapara National Park is home to almost 240 species of birds, 20 species of mammals and various species of reptiles and fishes. This includes the Asiatic one-horned Rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tigers, (Read More) elephants, deers, sambhar, barking deer, spotted deer, hog deer, wild pig, bisons, swamp deers, pythons, monitor lizards, kraits, cobras, geckos, freshwater turtles, hispid hares and the hog-badger. Some of the birds you will see here are Crested Eagles, Pallas?s Fishing Eagles, shikras, Jungle fowls, peafowls, partridges, Bengal Floricans and lesser Pied Hornbills.

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Kumar Kislay

3 years ago
- Please do not use fire as much as possible. Don't take pets to this wildlife sanctuary as they might create noise and disturb wildlife while putting themselves in danger. Alcohol is prohibited, so (Read More)please stay sober.
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