WELCOME TO HOTEL ROYAL GREEN DOOARS!!!

ABOUT US

Hotel Royal Green is counted as a well known hotel in Dooars. We are in hotel industry at your service since 2004. At Hotel Royal Green, we have been trying to beliver a quality service to our clients form the day one. Because we belive that good companies are identified by their services.We understand your needs. So, we provide different types of room with different tariffs. The extra advantage of our hotel greenery. Our clients can enjoy the greenery with great quality of services.

The Hotel designed and constructed mainly for tourists accommodation. Very spacious and well furnished rooms, conference hall, car parking space etc. The entire compound is beautified with flower garden.


ABOUT NEAREST TOURISTS SPOTS

JALDAPARA

Jaldapara Wild Life Sanctuary situated at the foothills of Eastern Himalayas in Alipurduar Sub-Division of Jalpaiguri district in West Bengal was constituted in the year of 1941 for the protection of wild life, particularly single horned Rhinos. River Torsha runs through this riverain forest sanctuary which is mostly covered with tall grasses. The wild life, in addition to the famous single horned rhinos, consists of Royal Bengal Tigers, wild elephants, deer, swamp deer, hog deer, wild pigs, bison and a number of birds, pea-fowl etc.


GORUMARA

Gorumara National park is located in the Dooars region of Jalpaiguri district. Situated on the bank of Murti River the National Park has a large variety of flora and fauna. The grassland of Garumara is famous for Asiatic one-horned rhino. The watchtower beside the Forest Rest House gives a panoramic view of the entire park and the Murti Valley. The tower is the best place to observe wild animals especially rhino, elephant, bison and deer, as they regularly come to the salt reservoir just below the tower. In the year 1949, Gorumara Forest was declared as wildlife sanctuary when it was a small forest.Later in the year 1992, it was declared as a National Park, comprising of 89 km of diverse forest.

JAYANTI

A picturesque spot along the meandering Jayanti River forming a natural border with beautiful Bhutan hills Jayanti is a place to stretch your weary legs as the cool breeze brushes away all the exhaustions. Buxaduar to Jayanti is another popular trek in the region. This 13 kms trek passes through the dense forest of Buxa Tiger Reserve. The music of wilderness, the chirping of unknown birds, the song of wild streams, fragrance of nature will never allow you to feel the least stress of a long journey. The journey ends with a warm reception of an old staggering priest at the stalactite cave of Jayanti, popularly known as the Mahakal cave. It is difficult to enter into the narrow, dark, damp cave but trying the same may be another precious adventure. The downhill trek from here leads to Jayanti Forest Bungalow.

BUXA FORT

A detention centre built by Britishers during their regime to detain the India Freedom Fighters. Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and other leaders were detained in this jail. Buxa is popularly known as 'Trekkers Paradise'. Several trek routes originate from Buxa. Most popular trek starts from Santrabari (914ft) to Buxaduar. A 5kms trek through the dense forested hills leads to Buxaduar Forest Bungalow. Accommodation is available here for the trekkers. Another 4 kms trek through the forest track leads to the Rover's Point-the land of unknown birds (4500ft). It is difficult to ignore the lure of Rupam Valley in Bhutan, another 12 kms from there. The journey through the entire region is full of unknown adventure and excitements and gives some breathtaking views of Jayanti River Valley far below, ever green forest canopy and glimpse of rare animals, flight of birds and colourful orchids.