The Dooars valley is the floodplains of Northern Bengal and Eastern Assam. The Western Boundary of Dooars is formed by Teesta River, whereas its Eastern boundary is within Assam. To the North of Dooars is the Kingdom of Bhutan and to its South is Bangladesh.
Dooars is one of the very few places left in the country where nature is so lavish of her green facilities. The unending stretch of virgin forests is cress-crossed by the river Teesta her innumerable tributaries ie. Torsa, Jaldhaka, Dyna,Raydak and many other rivers are also floated through forests of Dooars. Beautiful motorable roads cut through the deep forests,lush green numerous tea gardens - rich with wildlife,mauve hills stand at the end of graceful plains.
Dooars is well connected by Road as well as rail.One can also reach by flight from Bagdogra airport nearby.
Dooars is dotted with number of forests and National Parks along with number of beautiful tourist destinations.
The entire Dooars is segregated into three parts, ie. Eastern, Central and Western Dooars.