About Resort Hatari
Resort Hatari is a popular and best resort in lataguri,best deluxe resort in lataguri,hatari resort at lataguri is a best jungle resort.resort hatari in lataguri, we are defined by a special Wild spirit of Gorumara Jungle - an unassuming commitment to ensure your own space of simple indulgences. Throughout your stay, feel our nurturing embrace as we tend to whims and fancies, bring families together, and for business travellers, preempt the smallest need to ease day-to-day cares. Rediscover those forgotten rhythms of long days and easy nights at Hatari resort in Lataguri is one of the best deluxe resort in lataguri, imbued with contemporary accents, a tapestry of cultures and a touch of tradition.
It is a duplex type building with large spacious of marble finished bed rooms. It has 9Non A.C. bed rooms with attach bath with running hot and cold water. Every room is attached to separate lobby which overlooks the intoxicating Gorumara National Park. The rooms are furnished with modern amenities. It has a beautiful Lawn on which a beautiful dinining hall is built. Where you can enjoy the taste of delicious foods. The resort provides a unique ambience of mysticism and adventure that will provide you an experience of a lifetime.
About Lataguri,Gorumara National Park
Lataguri is a small village located in the Jalpaiguri district of Indian state of West Bengal. The village is located outside the Gorumara National Park on National Highway No. 31. Permits for entering Gorumara and Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary are given from Lataguri. The village also contains a "Nature Interpretation Center",
Wild Life Of Gorumara
Mammals: The park is rich in large herbivores including Indian rhinoceros, gaur, Asian elephant, sloth bear, chital, and sambar deer. Small herbivores include barking deer, hog deer and wild boar. There is a comparative lack of large carnivores, with the only big cat being the Leopard. The park is not home to any resident population of Bengal tigers, Indian wild dogs or Indian wolf. tigers are, however, occasionally spotted here.
Birds:Gorumara National Park is famous for its bird population - which includes brilliant submontane forest birds like the scarlet minivet, sunbird, Asian paradise flycatcher, spangled drongo and great Indian hornbill. Numerous woodpeckers and pheasants inhabit the park.
Reptiles and amphibians: The park is home to a large number of snakes, venomous and non-venomous, including the Indian python, one of the largest snakes in the world, and the king cobra - the world's largest venomous snake.