Jayanti dooars

Jayanti is a small forest village within Buxa Tiger Reserve in Alipurduar district of West Bengal, India. It is located along the Jayanti River, forming a natural border with the Bhutan hills. It is often called the “Queen of Dooars”, The scenic beauty of the place is simply mesmerizing. The jungle itself has a lot for exploration. It is popular with hikers for its views of the surrounding landscape and wild fountains. it also features a stalactite cave known as the Mahakal cave .  One gets a panoramic view of the forest from the banks. It has a wonderful scenic beauty.

A picturesque spot along the meandering Jayanti River forming a natural border with beautiful Bhutan hills , It is the confluence of the music of wilderness, the chirping of unknown birds, the murmur of wild streams and the fragrance of mother Nature . .

 Although the river bed was somewhat dry, its sandy, white bed dotted with rocks and pebbles have a charm of its own but the beauty was amazing . Apart from its natural beauty, this place is also home to many elephants, spotted deers, peacocks etc.

Wild animals often cross the river. The distance between Alipurduar Junction and jayanti offers a beautiful view. The route is through the dense forests of Buxa. A lucky tourist may even spot elephants here.

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Where to stay in Jayanti

There is many private accommodation facilities available in here. . Accommodation is available at Forest Bungalow also . One can find various home stay here.

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Best Time to visit

One can visit this place throughout the year. The dark rolling clouds over the lush mountains and riverbeds in the horizon in monsoons are a treat to the eyes. The winters are nice for the sunshine and birds and butterflies.

How to Reach Jayanti

Reaching this village is easy because it’s accessible by road.

By air – It is 221 km from Bagdogra airport.

By train– The nearest railway station is Rajabhatkhawa (4km). New alipurduar rail station is 33 km and alipurduar junction station is only 25 km away.

By road – This forest village is around 30 km away from Alipuruar via Rajabhatkhawa. Rajabhatkhawais only 13 km and this road passes through the dense forest of Buxa Tiger Reserve.

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