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Welcome on arrival at NJP & after on way breakfast transfer to Hollong Forest Bungalow. The ideal place to watch wild animals in their natural habitat from a stone throw distance is Hollong Forest Bungalow deep inside the Jaldapara Sanctuary (Sitting near the window of their room the tourist can see the animals as they come to drink water at the small pool adjacent to the bungalow. Rhino, Elephant, Indian Bison, Spotted Deer, and Sambar are the regular visitors and can be watched from dawn to dusk. Watching the animals from the lobby on a pitch-dark night with help of searchlight is a real wild experience. The chorus of beetles and crickets, the glow of thousands of fireflies, sudden flashy flight of an owl, a scared call of a deer from nearby forests followed by a roar of a famous animal- the woods around you become alive. The well-furnished wooded cabins in the Hollong bungalow provide cozy stay with warm hospitality}.After rich Hollong take rest for lunch and after lunch visit Jeep safari in Jaldapara Sanctuary. Overnight halt at Hollong.
In the early morning explore Jaldapara Wild Life Sanctuary (Jeep Safari or Elephant Safari any one). After breakfast leave Hollong and transfer to Barodabri (AC Room). After lunch and explore Chilapata Forest & Nalrajar Garh, CC Line. Pay a visit to the Chilapata Forest, One of the lesser-known wildlife abodes in the region; the forest forms an elephant corridor between Jaldapara and Buxa Tiger Reserve. The rain-fed Bania River meanders its way through the forest. The main attraction here is the Nalrajar Garh or the fort of the Nal kings. The fort was built in the 5th century during the Gupta period. A stone temple is situated nearby. Back to Resort. Overnight halt at Barodabri (Malangi).
After breakfast transfer to Rajabhatkhawa (NON AC Room) enroot Madan Mohan Temple Situated in the heart of the Cooch Behar town this temple was constructed by Maharaja Nripendra Narayan during 1885 to 1889. The deities include those of Lord Madan Mohan, and Coochbehar Royal Palace Idealized from the concept of classical European style of Italian Renaissance, this magnificent palace was built by the famous Koch king Maharaja Nripendra Narayan in 1887. Raised on a basement of 1.5 meters in height, this double storied brick building covers an area of 4768 square meters. It extends 120 meters from north to south and 90 meters from east to west. The frontal facade consists of a series of arches resting by an alternate arrangement of narrow and broad piers to contain single and double Corinthian pilasters respectively. A porch is projected in the center to provide main entrance to the building through the Durbar Hall. Recalling the memory of St. Peter's Church at Rome, the Durbar Hall is dodecagonal in shape, resting on four arches supported by massive Corinthian pilasters and projecting a lantern at the top. The intrados of the dome is relieved in Stepped patterns and flanked by a small elegant balcony with twelve window openings at the base. In the center of the Durbar Hall, the marble floor contains the royal insignia in pietradura. The building contains more than fifty rooms/halls of varied dimensions which include the bedrooms, dressing rooms, billiard room, kitchen, and dinning hall, dancing hall, library, toshakhana and the ladies gallery. Certain rooms deserve special attention for their beautiful paintings in the ceiling as well as in the interior wall surface. Back to Resort at evening and enjoy with warm hospitality. Overnight halt at Buxa Jungle Lodge (Rajabhatkhawa).
After early morning visit Jayanti River & Hill. Jayanti situated under Buxa Tiger Reserve. Buxa Tiger Reserve Once famous for dolomite mining, Buxa was declared a tiger reserve in 1983 and got the status of National park in 1992. Located in the Assam-Bhutan border, Buxa has an area of 769 sq km, the largest forest in North Bengal and has the second highest tiger population in West Bengal after Sunderbans. The park holds maximum number of elephant, Indian bison, leopard, wild dog, many species of deer and many smaller mammals, innumerable species of birds and reptiles. Buxa is rich with bio-diversity and has a great collection of rare orchids and medicinal plants. Because of inaccessible terrain, some parts of Buxa hills in the Sinchula range are still unexplored. Buxa is one of the oldest settlements in North Bengal. It is 30kms from Alipurduar and 180 kms from Siliguri, well connected by both motorable road and railways. Several trek routes originate from Buxa. NO JUNGLE SAFARI order by B.T.R D.F.D September 2010). Back to resort for pack up and set out for destination after breakfast (within 11 A.M.). After on way lunch farewell NJP/SGUJ.
Mr Arijjit Sen