Welcome to Ronny Bony Homestay, a newly unveiled homestay nestled in Madarihat, close to Jaldapara, where the harmony of nature, scenic environment and comforts intertwine seamlessly. Our eco-friendly retreat beckons you to savor the tranquility of verdant landscapes and the genuine warmth of hospitality.
Indulge in the serenity of our meticulously curated lodgings, effortlessly blending with contemporary conveniences and amenities .

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The park has recorded fifty species of mammals, 193 species of birds, 22 species of reptiles, 7 species of turtles, 27 species of fishes and other macro and micro fauna. Most common animals in the area are one horned Indian rhino, Elephant, Indian Bison (commonly known as Gaur), Leopards (locally known as Chitabagh), Rock Python, Malayan Giant Squirrel and deer. Visitors need to obtain a special permission to enter into the core area of the park. Rony Bony Homestay is one of the best travel Services to his Guest. if you plan to stay and enjoy Alipurduar distination than the best option is Rony Bony Homestay
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: Jaldapara 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.

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