Dooars is known as the gateway of Bhutan and it is the perfect destination for the wildlife lovers. The name 'Dooars' is derived from the word 'doors' or ‘Dwar’ as the region has 18 passages or gateways connecting India and Bhutan. The national parks and wildlife sanctuaries are the main highlights of the Dooars region that attracts the attention of the entire tourist. Gorumara National Park, Jaldapara National Park, Buxa Tiger Reserve, and Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary are some of the major wildlife protection and conservation area in Dooars region where the adventure of jungle safari can be experienced in the best way.
The mainstream of people in Dooars belong to the Bengali communal followed by the Rajbangshi tribe. Many festivals among the Bengali community and Rajbangshi are parallel like the Durga Puja, Kali Puja, Manosha Puja etc. On the instance of Manosha Puja – worship of the serpent Goddess – village fairs, dramas and festivals are held and villagers pray for good crops. Folk drama of Dooars includes the ‘chor chunni’ and ‘dham gaan’ is a popular folk song. Rajbangshi’s most prevalent songs are the ‘Bhawaiya Gaan’ – devotional and love songs – which is very famous in Bengal.