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  • The people of North Bengal are also a varied lot. The tea gardens brought in Tribals from Bengal and Bihar. The hill stations attracted people from neighboring Nepal, and the partition of 1947 brought in Hordes of Bengalis from Bangladesh.
  • The Hills, the jungles and the serene beauty of undulating tea gardens spread to the horizon.

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Alipurduar is the name of the easternmost district in Dooars area of West Bengal. It is also the district headquarter town. Alipurduar used to be part of Jalpaiguri district till 2014 when a new district of Alipurduar was born. Alipurduar is also a major rail-station in the north-east India bound rail route.


Alipurduar town does not have much attraction for tourists, but within a few kms from the town, one can visit a number of places of tourist attraction. The most important among this is the Buxa Tiger Reserve and its surrounding attractions. The forests of Buxa is almost adjacent to the north of the Alipurduar town. Rajabhatkhawa can be reached by in about 20 minutes (10 kms). Jayanti is further 15 kms inside the forest. Bhutanghat, Sikiajhora, Hatipota and other attraction around Buxa are mostly within an hours drive from here.

A small bird in Dooars

To the South of Alipurduar is the historic Coochbehar town which at a distance of 25 kms can be reached in about 45 minutes. Drive the east of Alipurduar town for about 30 kms and you will enter Assam.

Bhutan border town of Phuentsholing – Jaigaon is about 60 kms from Alipurduar.

Getting There

Alipurduar is a major junction in the rail route to North East India. Almost all major trains travelling to North East, has a stoppage here. Hence Alipurduar is very well connected by train. The nearest major airport is Bagdogra about 160 kms away. The National Highway 31 connects Siliguri to Alipurduar and further to Assam.

Map of the area

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