The history of the Dooars is very old. According to current historical research carried out by Dr. Sailen Debnath, an eminent scholar of the region, the Dooars was the seat of the medieval . Kamatapur emerged as a sovereign state from the middle of the seventh century. Most probably, Nalrajar Garh in Chilapata Forest was the earliest capital of Kamatapur, and subsequently through various ups and downs the capital was shifted to Mainaguri and then to Prithu Rajar Garh before its final shifting to Gosanimari, an ancient port-town since the seventh century. After the kingdom of Kamatapur as was devastated by of Gaur in 1494, there emerged the kingdom again in the Dooars under the leadership of Hingulavas near Mahakalguri in the Dooars was the earliest capital of the Koch kingdom. It was long after that the Koch capital was shifted to Atharakota and then ultimately to present town.
Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary is a protected park located in Alipurduar sub-division of Jalpaiguri District in North Bengal near Bhutan Border with two rivers Torsa and Malangi flowing through it. The Sanctuary is 124 km from New Jalpaiguri Railway station /Bagdogra Airport . And falls within the Dooars or Duars region of eastern Himalayas. Jaldapara has an area of 141 sq km and altitude of 61 m. After Assam’s Kaziranga National Park, Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary has the largest population of one–horned rhino of India. The park is very close to the Gorumara National Park and Chapramari Wildlife Reserve.
Dooars coverage area are - Rajabhatkhawa, Jayanti, Buxa Fort, Raimatang, Kharearbari, Kunjanagar, Jaldapara Forest, Rashik Bill, Cooch Bihar, Chilapata, Garumara, Chapramari, Suntane Khola, Jaldhaka, Bindu, Murthy, Kakurbari, Dhurjhora, Samsing, Holong.