Gajoldoba is a small village in the Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal. It is located 25 kms distance from siliguri. It is a picturesque tourist destination on the Teesta Barrage fully surrounded by Baikunthapur Forest Gajoldoba is 25 kms from Siliguri, Gajoldoba is a picturesque tourist destination on the Teesta Barrage, Jalpaiguri District adjacent to the Baikunthapur Forest. On the way you can visit Baikunthapur Palace & Gate, Devi Chowdhuranis Temple at Jalpaiguri Town, Tea Garden, Bhabani Pathaks’ Temple at Shikarpur Tea Estate, Bodaganj Forest, Bhramoridevis Temple at Bodaganj (21Km. from Jalpaiguri) and Teesta Barrage at Gajoldoba (Bird watching at Gajoldoba). Kathambari Forest.
The Gajoldoba Tourism Hub is structured as an integrated multi product. The region is ideal for nature tourist specially bird lovers can visit, Gajoldoba is a store framed by the first Teesta Barrage, which was assembled for irrigational purposes. It is encompassed by the Baikunthapur woodlands, and is an hour's drive from Jalpaiguri. The store is utilized by numerous water fledglings from Ladakh and Central Asia – Little Grebe, Great Crested Grebe, Bar-headed Goose, Greylag Goose, Lesser Whistling Duck, Ruddy Shelduck, Common Shelduck, Cotton Teal, Tufted Duck, Common Teal, Eurasian Wigeon, Spot-charged Duck, Mallard, Great Cormorant, Indian Cormorant, Little Cormorant, Indian Pond Heron, Gray Heron, Purple Heron, Northern Lapwing, River Lapwing, Gray-headed Lapwing, Little Ringed Plover, and so forth. It is a good place to see migrating and wintering raptors, plus grebes. Some birds seen here are Common Shelduck, Falcated Duck, Garganey, Red crested Pochard, Ferruginous Pochard, Lesser Sand Plover, Northern Lapwing, Osprey, Western and Eastern Marsh Harriers, Hen Harrier, Peregrine, Great Crested and Black necked Grebes.
There were two notable places in Gajoldoba The Jalpesh Temple and Baikunthapur Forest
Jalpesh Temple is 3 km away from Mainaguri. It is known as the "Door of Dooars" and is a provincially noteworthy vacationer destination for its sanctuary to Shiva, and is committed to Lord Jalpeswara (Siva). Baikunthapur is a Terai woodland locale in the western piece of the Dooars in West Bengal, Baikunthapur is an imperative environmental zone, home to numerous wild elephants, yet is undermined by development of the neighborhood populace.