It is a forest in the Dooars area of North Bengal. The forest is a continuation of the Gorumara forests. The two forests are separated by the Murti river which passes through the otherwise continuous forest. Whereas Gorumara is a National Park, Chapramari is a wildlife sanctuary only. For most tourists, the distinction between Chapramari and Gorumara is only theoretical as they may stay in a resort close to Gorumara but visit Chapramari for sightseeing tours or vice versa.
As in the case of other forests of Dooars, wildlife sighting remains the main attraction for most tourists visiting Chapramari. There are several forest safaris available that take tourists inside the forest. Sighting of Elephant, Spotted Deer, Barking Deer, Rhino, and Gaur (Indian Bison) is the most common. The area close to the Murti River is also quite popular as a picnic spot for the locals.
As you pass through Dooars by the arterial National Highway 31, you will reach Chalsa crossing about 2 hours or 60 km from New Jalpaiguri rail station. From here till Nagrakata (about 12 km away) on both sides of the road, you will find the Chapramari forest. The forest area starts immediately after crossing the Murti river and continues until you reach the Jaldhaka river. Somewhere midway on this road, you will reach Khunia crossing. From here the road to your right will pass through the core area of the forest towards Murti and Gorumara National Park. The Northbound road from here will reach the nearby forest bungalow and beyond it will take you to Bindu – Jhalong area of Dooars.