Khuttimari is less known forest situated 77 km away from NJP near Gayerkata in Dooars. For a peaceful sojourn amidst virid nature Khuttimari is an ideal destination. Khuttimari is rich with diverse avifauna and mammals like Elephant, Indian Gaur, Leopard, Sambhar and Barking Deer are the inhabitant of this forest.
Though there is no option for forest safaris but still driving through the forest or visiting the couple of watch towers in and around Khuttimari might favour your luck to spot some of the inhabitants. On the fringe of the forest there are two villages named Khuklung and Mela. These villages are mainly populated with Rava tribes. Witnessing their traditional dance might be a good option here. You will find a watchtower in village. On the North East side Gnosaihat eco-park is situated. Don't forget to visit the park. Especially during the winter season it turns to bird watcher's paradise. Also never miss the chance to visit Panbari where three major rivers of Dooars meet. These rivers are Murti, Diana and Jaldhaka. Across the river is Gorumara National Park area. While on your way the landscapes of different lush green tea gardens will soothe you.
You can stay in the forest bungalow of Khuttimari.
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