ABOUT ACACIA ECO RESORT : Hotel Acacia Eco Resort Situated within the lush greeneries of
DOOARS with Khayerbari Nature Park & Beautiful Tea
Gardens as its boundaries, ACACIA ECO-RESORT holds
up a rich bouquet of flora & fauna to relieve your day-to-day stress
and lets you spend some quality time in the pristine land,
romancing with the NATURE.
ABOUT JALDAPARA :
It was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1991 and National Park in 2012. Jaldapara is situated in the foothills of eastern Himalayas The river Torsha flows through this rain forest sanctuary which is mostly covered with tall grasses, the sanctuary encompasses a luxuriant vegetation and a rich variety of wildife. The Malangi River also flows nearby from east to west. Riding elephants and jeep safari is the only way to move inside this forest. Elephant safari is preferred by the people staying at Jaldapara (in Acacia Eco Resort) overnight. The jeep safari is available in the morning and in afternoon.
The Malangi River also flows nearby from east to west. Riding elephants and jeep safari is the only way to move inside this forest. Elephant safari is preferred by the people staying at Jaldapara (in Acacia Eco Resort) overnight. The jeep safari is available in the morning and in afternoon.
Flora and fauna
The forest is mainly savannah covered with tall elephant grasses. The main attraction of the sanctuary is Asiatic one-horned rhinoceros. The sanctuary holds the highest rhino population in India after Kaziranga National Park in Assam. The other animals found are tigers, elephants, deers, sambhar, barking deer, spotted deer, hog deer, wild pig and bisons. 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 fishing eagle and shikra, besides jungle fowl, peafowl, patridges, and lesser pied hornbill. Python, monitor lizards, krates, cobras, geckos and about 8 species of fresh water turtles have also found sanctuary here.
Warm and humid all the year long. The best season to visit is from the middle of October to the end of February.
How to Reach
Madarihat is the entry point for the sanctuary. It is located on the NH 31 (Siliguri-Hasimara), 140 km east from Siliguri, 80 km north from Cooch Behar and 50 km west from Alipurduar.
By air – Bagdogra is the nearest airport.(140 km)
By rail – the nearest railway station is Madarihat which is only 7 km from the sanctuary. All passenger trains stop here. Jaldapara Tourist Lodge is in a walkable distance from this railway station. All the mail and express trains stop at Birpara/Hasimara railway stations, both are 20 km. away from the sanctuary.
By road – Jaldapara is connected by road with Siliguri and other places in North Bengal. North Bengal State Transport Corporation buses, Bhutan Government buses, minibuses are available from Siliguri to Alipurduar via Madarihat. Cars can also be hired at Siliguri.
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