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Hi visited gorumara national park
Saw wild elephant here.
But only two things I felt bad about
There is no online booking
Secondly there was no dustbin in gypsy
People are good here
Saw tribal dance In evening
This forest range was about 17 kms from our resort in Gorumara. Here one there is a Gorumara Forest Range office where one has to pay one has to pay for entry into the forest. We were picked up and dropped by an open top...More
I spent one night at Elephant camp. Excellent nature and evening Tribal Dance. Enjoying whole day with nature. Elephant safari also very exciting. Government staffs are very kind to arrangeeverything. Contact person sumit 9475652283.
We had taken the jeep safari @ 6.30 am. One jeep can accommodate 6 travellers plus the driver and the guide. Since we were just 3 we shared the jeep with another family. You need to carry a photo copy of your identity proof to...More
The first name to come in mind for his excellent service and welcoming attitude is Mr Shivaji Roy the AGM of the reserve .
The place is full of greenery ,well behaved staff with best service makes out stay very comfortable.. Cleanliness is one more...More
We were lucky to watch 5-6 elephants among them one was tusker which was seen breaking branches and trees. Also seen a small herd of 4-5 elephants, peacocks, bison as well. It was possible because we had taken the safari. Instead who so ever had...More
You might be disappointed if your primary aim in life is to see wild animals.Though the Gorumara National Park is known for its rhino population one hardly gets to see them.But the greenery and the freshness in the air was a welcome relief to my...More
Touring with a group in India and Bhutan next month and looks like anti-malarials not necessary for places we are visiting but we do have a safari in Gorumara one afternoon and wondering if this is malaria high risk area?
October 22, 2015|
If the safari is during the day time, there should not be any issues. when it starts getting darker, that's mosquitos & co will come and hover around you.
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Winter travel (1 Replies)
Four of us will fly NYC - Kolkatta on Dec. 20 this year. We have ten days before we must be in Mayapur. Sikkim, Darleejing, and Gorumara National Park sound wonderful. Can one travel there safely in the winter? Could you put me in touch with someone who can help us? Thank you, Tina (in Buffalo, NY)
August 18, 2012|
TinaC1946 November would be nice time for visiting Dooars, Darjeeling and Sikkim. Weather will be clear, high chance of sighting Kanchanjangha peak. There will be cold but enjoyable. You may contact the following tour operators for conducting your tour. Nature Beyond, Pallav Bhattacharya 09733000591 email@example.com Yak & Yeti Travels Expedition Phone 03592201032, 09933008822 firstname.lastname@example.org AshisRoy
Darjeeling Gangtok_Please suggest the best itinerary 5D/4N (9 Replies)
Please suggest the best itinerary for 5D/4N during March end considering travelling with kids, among the following. Suggestions for any alteration in the itinerary are welcome. Reaching NJP early morning ITINERARY 1: DARJEELING & GANGTOK Day 01: Siliguri to Darjeeling via Mirik. Overnight stay at Darjeeling. Day 02: Early Morning trip to Tiger Hill, Ghoom Monastery and Batasia Loop, Half day Darjeeling local tour. Night stay at Darjeeling. Day 03: Darjeeling to Gangtok &...More
January 03, 2017|
My preference would be #1 or #2.If travelling with kids then #1.