Jungle Joy Homestay-Jaldapara

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Jungle Joy Homestay , Madarihat – Jaldapara

Jaldapara is situated at the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas in Alipurduar District of northern West Bengal on the banks of the Torsa River. Jaldapara is situated at an altitude of 61 m and is spread across 216.51 km² of vast grassland with patches of riverine forests. Madhya Madarihat is a small village located in the outskirts of Jaldapara National Park that is famous for Indian rhinoceros. It is surrounded by tea gardens, forests, hills, and small rivers. Madarihat is also famous for the local wooden furniture.

Located within walking distance of the Jaldapara Safari booking office, this is an ideal place for families. Get an uninterrupted natural forest view from the rooms. And to add to the experience is the authentic Bengali cuisine that the hospitable family serves with lots of love and care. So, if you are looking for a comfortable homely stay in midst of nature, this homestay is the place to be. 

There are 6 guest rooms all with an attached bathroom. There are 2 rooms on the ground floor. One is a family suite with 2 interconnected rooms and 2 washrooms. There is another suite on the ground floor that has a bedroom with attached bathroom and a living room. There is a similar setting on the second floor. The first floor has 2 triple bedded rooms, both with attached bathrooms.

Location: It is located opposite to Jaldapara National Park.
Number of Rooms – 6 ; Total Capacity – 22 

How To Reach

The nearest airport is Bagdogra, 140 km away. The closest railway station is Madarihat railway station from New Jalpaiguri Junction which is directly connected to all of India’s major railway stations. Regular road services are available from Siliguri and Bagdogra airport. 


Classic Room: 1600/- (Non AC)
Classic Room: 2000/- (AC)
Superior Room: 1800/- (Non AC)
Superior Room: 2200/- (AC)
Family Suite : 3200/- (upto 4 pax- 2 rooms)
Extra Person: 300/-

Note: These tariffs do not apply during Durga Puja and New Year holiday.

Child Policy
Upto 6 years: Complimentary (No Extra Bed)
7-12 years.: 50% (Extra bed provided)

What you pay for a homestay, brings a direct socio-economic benefit to locals. Be proud by not asking for a discount.


Wifi • Parking • Running Hot Water • Air Condition • Television • Open Seating Areas • Toiletries • Library • Pet Friendly •  Smoking Allowed • Pick and Drop Service (Paid)


You can relish authentic Bengali cuisine cooked in family kitchen by a local lady. Breakfast options can be Puri aloo dum, toast, omelet, tea etc. Meals include Egg Curry, seasonal Vegetables, Dal, Chicken, Salad, Rice/ Roti etc. 


Bird Watching • Reading • Stargazing • Village Walk • Sightseeing • Forest Safari 

Local Attractions

Jaldapara (1km) • Jaldapra Museum (5km) • Hollong Elephant Safari (7km) • Chilapata Forest (23km) • Zangto Pelri (27km)  • Bhutan gate (28km) • Phuentsholing, Bhutan (31 km)


Buxa Tiger Reserve (42km) • Jayanti (44km) • Chilapata (49 km) • South Khairibari (58 km) • Baneshwar Shiva Temple(63km) • Siddheswari Temple (66km) • Rajbari Palace (73 km) • Chooch Behar Palace (58 km) Rocky Island (80 km) • Jhalong (81 km)

Know Your Host

Sukalyan Ghosh will host you along with his wife Kakoli Sarkar. The idea of starting this homestay came to them when they were traveling with family to Shillong. They stayed there in homestays and loved the concept. They had ancestral house in Jaldapara that has a beautiful forest view and some extra rooms. So they decided to start a homestay. Initially it was started with just 3 rooms on the ground floor. After getting a very good response from the guests, they extended it to 2 more floors. Now there are 6 rooms for the guests across 3 floors. 

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