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Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary

#34 of 99 things to do in Darjeeling Features Animals
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Being a Nature lover, I wanted to enjoy this location during Monsoons. Again stayed at the Forest... read more

Reviewed August 19, 2015
BB58
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Kolkata, India
A great place to enjoy wilderness !!!

It's situated in North Bengal ( The famous northern region of West Bengal ) . Amidst green is there... read more

Reviewed July 25, 2015
SSayantan85
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Howrah, West Bengal, India
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Reviewed August 19, 2015

Being a Nature lover, I wanted to enjoy this location during Monsoons. Again stayed at the Forest Bungalow for 2 nights. This was a completely different experience. The days were reasonably dry, but evenings brought torrential rains, with its sound on the metal roof, a...More

1  Thank BB58
Reviewed July 25, 2015

It's situated in North Bengal ( The famous northern region of West Bengal ) . Amidst green is there to settle shelters of cheetahs , elephants , bison , deers etc. Also, you will love to see peacock in rain.

Thank SSayantan85
Reviewed July 19, 2015

It’s a good green dense forest. It’s not grassland like Jaldapara, hence not an ideal home for Rhinos, Mostly Indian gaur and Elephant can be witnessed here. We took afternoon safari which started from our resort Banani at Murti. The whole journey was for almost...More

2  Thank smboser
Reviewed July 15, 2015

The jungle safari was something we were really looking forward to on our trip, but due to the winter weather maybe, most animals seemed to not come out of their hideouts. Hence we were not able to see much wildlife except a few families of...More

Thank ani_adhikari
Reviewed May 27, 2015

If you get a chance stay over there at night. There is salt pit . I personally think this is the better than hollong .

Thank Subhamoy1987
Reviewed March 12, 2015

I have done wildlife safaris in Pench, Kanha & Tadoba before. Chapramari was different experience altogether. The backdrop of the lush green trees is a photographers delight (With the forest receiving plenty of water from the Teesta, the Neora, and the Murti). Our guide told...More

1  Thank karthik0410
Reviewed February 26, 2015

The Mahananda Forest is extensive and runs right from the plains of Bengal up to the hills near Kalimpong. The wildlife department has entry points at diiferent places and, depending on the altitude, the flora and fauna you spot differ. Chapramari is in the plains...More

Thank umanggala
Reviewed February 10, 2015

Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary covers an area of about 96 sq km and offers a beautiful view of Kanchenjunga and the other Himalayan peaks. Located in the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas, this sanctuary is situated in the district of Jalpaiguri and is around 20 km...More

2  Thank saumil2010
Reviewed September 17, 2014

It's really superb! Full of Himalayan Fauna, How can you deserve that You have felt Himalayas. Flora collections are also superb!

2  Thank SudiptaBasu
Reviewed June 4, 2014

We were supposed to at Bandipur National Park in Karnataka. But our 'Lady Luck' had a different idea in store for us. Our train tickets were not confirmed and we had to return from Howrah Railway Station with a heavy heart. We kept our luggage...More

3  Thank AnindyaSinha
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