Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary

The Chapramari Forest is situated near National Highway 31 that connects the states of the north-east with the rest of India. The Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary is located close to the Gorumara National Park.

There is a large population of elephants and Indian bison in the forest area. The forest also has a large population of royal Bengal tigers, deer and reptiles. Accommodation is available at the forest bungalow, near the banks of the Murti River.

The Chapramari Forest is situated near National Highway 31 that connects the states of the north-east with the rest of India. The Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary is located close to the Gorumara National Park. There is a large population of elephants and Indian bison in the forest area. The forest also has a large population of royal Bengal tigers, deer and reptiles. Accommodation is available at the forest bungalow, near the banks of the Murti River.

The Chapramari Forest was declared as a reserve forest in 1895. Later in 1939, this forest was declared a game sanctuary and in 1998, a wildlife sanctuary. It has a total area of around 9.6031 sq km. The sanctuary is also home to birds, such as adjutant stork, scarlet minivet, hill myna, white-breasted kingfisher, Indian treepie and green-magpie.

Some of the main migratory birds in the Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary are teal and brahminy kite. These migratory birds are best spotted between the months of November and March.