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Chilapata Wildlife Sanctuary

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Green Dense Forest.

Chilapata is a renowned and dense forest. Chilapata forest comes under Alipurduar district and... read more

Reviewed 10 June 2017
Kolkata (Calcutta), India
Immensely Dense Jungle

Immensely dense jungle. Had a morning safari...Sighting is possible...Have seen bison and... read more

Reviewed 25 February 2017
Krishna Sarbari K
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Birpara, India
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Reviewed 10 June 2017

Chilapata is a renowned and dense forest. Chilapata forest comes under Alipurduar district and closes to Hasimara Town . Enriched with flora and fauna Chilapata forest forms an elephant corridor between Jaldapara National Park and Buxa Tiger Reserve. Chilapata is a hub of wild animals...More

1  Thank sandip84
Reviewed 25 February 2017 via mobile

Immensely dense jungle. Had a morning safari...Sighting is possible...Have seen bison and elephants..

Thank Krishna Sarbari K
Reviewed 16 October 2016 via mobile

It's a small forest between Buxa Tiger Reserve and Jaldapara National Park, an elephant corridor. Once it was the hunting ground of Koach kings. In ancient past it was an outpost fortress of Gupta Empire, and was the capital of Nal Kings. It has a...More

1  Thank tripsmaker
Reviewed 1 January 2016 via mobile

It was the hunting ground of the Koch Dynasty of Cooch Behar. I have not seen such a dense forest any where. Elephant, bison and rhinoceros are seen in this forest. A special tree named 'Ramgua' is found only in this forest , the gum...More

Thank Basabraychaudhuri
Reviewed 19 November 2015 via mobile

The forest road leads to Chilapata Forest village through the sanctuary is simply awesome. In broad daylight we discovered some wild elephants in the jungle. On our return journey we saw a group of 17 bisons. In between those journeys we stayed 2days in Chilapata...More

1  Thank travelarunava
Reviewed 2 June 2015

it is the same nothing great about safari in jungel. all jungel safaries i tried in jadhapalra and near around are the same. if you do one safari there is no need to do it againin other part of the forest.

Thank vthakkar
Reviewed 28 May 2015

The jungle of Chilapata is quite dense compared that to Jaldapara. Its on the other side of the river Torsa. Jaldapara is known as the grassland & Chilapata is the woodland. Chances of sighting, is more in Jaldapara. You will love the density of the...More

11  Thank Kaushik_Kol
Reviewed 27 May 2015

We have taken the jungle safari in the morning . Its an awesome jungle and dense too. You can take some photography over there. I am assuring you those photos will be one of your best photos of life. I have seen some elephants rhino...More

5  Thank Subhamoy1987
Reviewed 30 April 2015

As compaire to Jaldapara Chilapata is far far better. Most particulerly "Chilapata Jungle Resort" Thes resort is superve. The Room and atmosfare is extrimly unique. Mr.Ganesh who is looking after the resort is a gentle man , and help us by his valuable advice. The...More

4  Thank jayanta_ghatak123
Reviewed 6 March 2015

Chilapata is a dense forest in north bengal. We visited there on February.During our visit we stayed at Malangi Lodge(WBFDC), forest department bunglow and from there you can arrange the jeep safari ,elephant safari tickets.Chilapota is a dense forest and you can view the rhino,indian...More

9  Thank rajivpanja
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