Tour Info


Lataguri means the invtation of the Gorumara Forest and her greenery. The encounter with the One-horned Rhinoceros, India Gaur, Wild Elephant, Spotted Deer, Varieties of Birds and Butterflies would make you overjoyed. The places at the foothills of the Himalayas such as Jhalong, Bindu, Samsing, Suntaley Khola, Rocky Island, Laligurs and Sakam and the extent tea garden would fill your mind worth untainted happiness. Lataguri is situated just in the heart of Gorumara National Park in Jalpaiguri District, West Bengal. Dooars means door to Bhutan, you may also enjoy the beauty of Darjeeling, Gangtok, Phuentsholing and that region from here. You can reach in the twirl of an eye, one can also have a viewing and a lifetime experience here at Lataguri. Where nature has extended her carelessly adorned apron visible in the distant horizon where the twines swivels with the rhythm of nature,where the tune f the huge tabors are heard; where you can be wild with joy at the boundlss beauty of nature Lataguri it is. Lataguri is Situated just in the heart of Gorumara National Park in Jalpaiguri District,West Bengal.

Most Popular Sightseeing of Dooars

Jungle Safari Time

March to September October to February.
Shift Ticket Safari Shift Ticket Safari
1st 05:30 am 06:00 to 07:30 am 1st 06:00 am 06:30 to 08:00 am
2nd 06:30 am 08:30 to 10:00 am 2nd 07:00am 09:00 to 10:30 am
3rd 01:00 pm 02:00 to 03:30 pm 3rd 12:00 pm 01:00 to 02:30 pm
4th 02:00 pm 04:30 to 06:00 pm 4th 01:00 pm 03:30 to 05:00 pm


Jungle Safari

When you are in Lataguri the first job is to undertake forest safaris. The town is located close to Gorumara National Park and Chapmari Wildlife Sanctuary. Both these forests are known for their rich flora, fauna and grasslands that cover them. They are homes to a large number of wild animals like elephants, gaur, bison, Asiatic one-horned rhino, Indian wild dogs and many more. They are a natural habitat for different species of insects, reptiles, and birds and it is an experience spotting these animals in their habitat, roaming around freely.


Gorumara and Chapmari are dense forest areas that are abounding with flora and fauna. The dense green cover means that they are home to not only wild animals but also to avian creatures. For bird lovers and photographers both the forests offer a brilliant opportunity to spot some rare birds. In Gorumara they will come across submontane forest birds like sunbird, spangled drongo, Asian Paradise flycatchers, Indian hornbill, etc. Pheasants and woodpeckers are found aplenty. Spotting migratory birds like brahminy duck is not uncommon.


For trekkers, there is an opportunity for trekking during their stay in Lataguri. From here they can travel to Jayanti Mahakal Caves. This is located on the banks of River Jayanti near Buxa Tiger Reserve. With beautiful Sinchula hills at the backdrop, this is a picturesque little place. It also offers an interesting trekking trail that extends from Buxaduar to Jayanti and it passes through the dense forests of Buxa Tiger Reserve. The 15 km trek is an enjoyable one and takes trekkers through some stunning scenic spots.

Elephant Ride

Elephant Rides or Elephant Safari are the most attractive activity in the park and this is extremely popular among the visitors in Jaldapara National Park. The best way to explore Jaldapara is by taking the one-hour elephant safari. A maximum of four people are allowed on each elephant. The safari conducted from the Hollong Tourist Lodge at Madarihat is subject to the availability of elephants.

Trip to Jaldhaka, Jalbong and Bindu

If tourists have time on their hands and are willing to drive down 50 km to a scenic spot for the day, there is no better place to go than Jaldhaka Jalboong and Bindu. Jaldhaka is a valley town located on the banks of River Jaldhaka. The river originates in the East Sikkim area and passes partly through Bengal and partly through Bhutan. It has become a popular tourist destination because of its scenic beauty. Jhalong, Bindu are some of the important villages of Jaldhaka.

Exploring Murti

Muri River flows down from the Neora Valley National Park between Chapmari Wildlife Sanctuary and Gorumara National Park. Surrounded by dense forests on all sides, it is a beautiful place to spend some precious moments in solitude. Strolling along the banks of the river, spotting animals now and then and soaking in the gorgeous ambiance is among the best things to do during one’s stay in Lataguri. During winter, the riverbank becomes a favored picnicking spot for tourists.

Eating in Lataguri

For tourists, Lataguri is a great place to be in terms of food. The place offers a wide variety of cuisines. Hotels, dhabbas, and other eateries are available aplenty. While the chief attraction may not be food, given the stunning places there are to visit in the vicinity, nevertheless, the food is not a disappointment here at all. Vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes are both available here for tourists. Some of the popular places to eat here are Aranya Jungle Resort, Tripti restaurant, and Rose Valley Lataguri Forest Retreat. The food is deliciously cooked in hygienic conditions.