Jaldapara Camp is
located close to the beautiful Bhutan hills (Eastern Himalayas)
and it redefines the beauty of nature with its sublime sceneries.
The Jaldapara Camp is spread across massive 216 sq km and it has
vital remarkable plans to sustain portion of terai grasslands
harbouring threaten species such as Great Indian One Horned
Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis). Duars grassland and chaurs that
were dwelling home of animals, has dropped drastically due to
excessive cultivation, amplification of tea fields and extensive
growth of human population and other related interventions.
Therefore the population of wild buffalo, Gharial, Swamp
partridge, Swamp deer (Barasingha) and Pink-headed Duck has
reduced in this region. Jaldapara camp strongly believes in
addressing and resolving issues that are adversely affecting the
Gigantic areas of Jaldapara Camp enables ample of space to wild animals. Jaldapara’s thoughtful facilities keep animals active and lively across the sanctuary. Our camp design gives natural look to the exhibit.
The sanctuary at Jaldapara Camp is fairly connected with Torsa, Malangi, Hollong, Chirakhawa, Kalijhora, Sissamara, Bhaluka and Budhi Torsa Rivers. This magnificent resource offers spacious grasslands and fulfills other important habitats for birds, animals, mammals and amphibians.
Sanctuary has been gifted with beautiful species that are rare; it includes fearless tiger, Cheetah, Leopard, Sloth Bear, Hog Deer, Wild Pig, multiple avifauna and over all blend includes of endangered Bengal florican.