Nestled in the heart of North Bengal, the Chilapata Forests stand as a pristine haven for nature enthusiasts and wildlife aficionados. Homestays have emerged as a unique and enriching way to experience the beauty of this wilderness.
Chilapata is the forest between Jaldapara National Park and Buxa Tiger Reserve. As the river Torsa flows down through the plains of Dooars, the eastern side of the river forms the Chilapata forests whereas the western side is Jaldapara. The forest is famous for its pachyderms and other natural wonders.
Homestays in the Chilapata Forests offer an intimate connection with nature. By staying with a local Rava, Mech, Nepali or Adivasi community, you will not only support local communities but also get an authentic insight into the culture and lifestyle. Set against the backdrop of dense foliage and diverse flora, these homestays become gateways to adventure.