Situated at a hour drive 68 kms/42.3 miles from Siliguri, the Chilapata Forest structures an elephant passageway between the Jaldapara National Park and Buxa Tiger Reserve. Chilapata Forest is a thick woodland so it is prudent that you take a jeep safari to dive deep inside the timberland and appreciate the vegetation, fauna and natural life upclose. This woods used to be the chasing ground for lords and still has numerous rhinos, elephants, deers, and peacocks.
The principle fascination in the zone is a stronghold of the Nal lords known as the Nalraja Garh. In spite of the fact that it is presently in ruins, this fortress was worked amid the Gupta domain in the fifth century, which is thought to be the Golden Age of India. Close to the stronghold entryway there are uncommon trees called Ramguna which are otherwise called draining trees since when they are cut, you can see red hued blood-like juice spilling out of its branches.