Chapramari forests - Chapramari Sanctuary is 12 kilometres off National Highway 31 from Khunia More on the way to Jaldapara and can also be approached from the meter gauge railway stations to Chalsa or Nagrakata. It is situated just on the northern side of Gorumara National park with a Chapramari forest resort. It is nearly 80 kilometres from Siliguri and about 20 kilometres from Chalsa.Visit to the greenery of the nature and resting a few days and nights in the midst of forests is just refreshing. Amongst the fast flowing rivers and wildlife definitely instill new life and inspiration among the visitors. Chapramari Sanctuary is in the Khunia beat and is famous for Bison and Elephant herds. With fascinating diversity of flora and fauna and the vast texture of massive trees sheltering varieties of orchids will definitely impress the guest. Booking has to be done in advance as accommodations are limited and the rush is always on.The watchtower is the best place to observe wild animals as they visit the salt pit near the water body prepared close to the watchtower. Most common animals in the area are one horned Indian rhino, Elephant, Indian Bison, Leopards and deer. The national parks and sanctuary remains closed from 15th June to 15th September each year. Birding, angling, tribal tours are few of the options for guest to enjoy and there can be other options like religious tour, tribal tour to Cooch Behar and Bhutan.With a fascinating diversity of flora and fauna and with various other options this park is one of the tourist hotspot of the region. The vast texture of massive trees sheltering varieties of orchids and resounded with echo of birds and wild animals make it an ideal place to spend a vacation. The surroundings and the climate make it a veritable paradise for lovers of nature and eco - tourism. There are over half a dozen of watchtower like Medhla, Jatraprasad, Chapramari is the best place to observe wild animals as animals come regularly to the salt reservoir just below the tower or the water body close to this towers.