The name of Dooars came from the word ‘duar’, which is some Indian languages means ‘door’. This entire region of 8800 sq km truly serves as a doorway to Bhutan, hill areas of North Bengal and the Northeast India. Dooars is elevated from 90 m to 1750 m and holds a large forest area with numerous flora and fauna of various species. Besides, there are places which are religiously and historically very much significant. Travellers from all over the world visit this region again and again for the rich wildlife in national parks, reserves and sanctuaries.