The little town of Totopara is arranged on a hillock, at a separation of 22 km from Madarihat, the section purpose of the Jaldapara National Park. The Torsa River is arranged to its east, the lower regions of Bhutan is arranged on the north and the Titi Reserve Forest and the Titi River on the south-west.
It is the home of the remarkable Toto clans, the native clans of the area. Vacationers can likewise visit the town of Ballalguri that is arranged toward the south of Totopara, at a separation of around five kilometers.
The aggregate territory of Totopara is almost 8 square kilometers, which is situated on the northern edge of Jaldapara National Park once in the past Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary, one of the well known natural life in Dooars and Southern zone of the indo-Bhutan fringe for the biggest populace of the Indian One-Horned Rhinoceros in West Bengal.