Gorumara Tea & Forest Retreat offers distinctive wildlife experience in Dooars, surrounded by lush green Tea garden & forest, very close to Neora More. This is a small environment friendly magnificence forest resorts in Gorumara National Park, Dooars at Lataguri.
How to Reach Lataguri-Gorumara National Park
By Air : Bagdogra is the nearest airport to Gorumara. One can avail bus or cab from Bagdogra to get there.
By Train : Nearest Railway Station is Madarihat. The park is accessible from the rail stations at Siliguri, Jalpaiguri, Alipurduar, Cooch Behar from where one can hire a jeep / car through National Highway 31 to Lataguri, the gateway to the park. National highway 31 which connects Siliguri and Guwahati passes through Lataguri, Chalsa and Nagrakata near the park.
By Road : North Bengal State Transport Corporation Buses, Bhutan Govt. Buses, Mini Buses and Private Buses are available from Siliguri to Alipurduar via Madarihat.
Watch Tower in Gorumara National Park
- CHUKCHUKI BIRD-WATCHING POINT-This paradise is situated on the extreme border of the Gorumara National Park. Chukchuki Watch Tower is the perfect vantage point for viewing and photographing the hundreds of birds that Gorumara National Park is known for.
- CHANDRACHUR WATCH TOWER-It is situated near the Murti forest bungalow
- JATRAPRASAD WATCH TOWER-‘Jatra Prasad’ Watch Tower is also called as ‘Gorumara Watch Tower’. ‘Jatraprasad Watch Tower’ in Dooars was established in remembrance of the most favourite pet Elephant of the Forest Department after the death of the Elephant called Jatraprasad few years back.
- MEDLA WATCH TOWER-Medla Watch Tower is located at Kalipur eco village near Ramsai on the eastern fringe of Gorumara National Park. There are unique Bullock cart driven forest safari available here.
Places To Visit In Lataguri-Gorumara National Park
Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary-Located at a distance of about 20 km from the Gorumara National Park, this Wildlife Sanctuary is another spectacle of nature’s magnificence. With Kanchanjungha and other Himalayan peaks painted across its backdrop, tourists can see a wide diversity of animals like elephants, gaur, leopards in their natural habitat