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chalsa
Chalsa MapLocated in the Western Dooars (the floodwater plains and foothills of the Eastern Himalayas) is the small town of Chalsa. Nestled amongst lush forests, low hills carpeted with tea bushes and winding rivers, this picturesque and tranquil West Bengal town is a ideal base to explore the surrounding countryside and discover the resident wildlife of this stunning region. Chalsa is famous for its lots of tea plantations including the Chalsa Tea Garden, Dam Dim Tea Estate and the Ivill Tea Garden and it is also the gateway to Gorumara National Park and Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary.

Gorumara National Park is 10km from Chalsa and a famous for breeding the rare one-horned rhino. The park is also home to an array of other animals including bison, elephant, leopard, spotted deer and wild boars. The forests of Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary are an ornithologist’s delight, with lots of different species of birds. This pretty sanctuary boasts an brilliant variety of flora and fauna, and is famous for its herds of elephants and bison. The elusive Royal Bengal Tiger may even be spotted here by those that are blessed.
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