Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary
Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary snapshot
About Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary
The Chapramari forest is located near NH31, connecting northeastern part of India with the rest of the country. Tourists can reach the Chapramari sanctuary on their way to Dooars by crossing River Tista. An extensive variety of flora and fauna covers the forest of Chapramari. Chapramari is known for its elephant population.
Gaur, known as Indian Bison, is commonly found in this region. The forest is also a safe refuge of the Royal Bengal tiger and also boasts a huge population of elephant. Tourists can also found other varieties of reptiles, deer and other animals in the forest. The place is also a delight for bird watchers. The Gorumara National Park also lies close to Chapramari, Lataguri and Chalsa located at a distance of 30 km. from Chapramari. Tourists can spot a forest bungalow on the bank of River Murti. During the early morning and evening hours, elephants and other animals can be seen from the bungalow.