The Chilapata Forest is a dense forest located near Jaldapara National Park in the Dooars district of West Bengal, India. It is approximately 40 kilometres from Alipurduar and only a few minutes from Hasimara town. The forest is rich in wildlife and serves as an elephant corridor between Jaldapara National Park and the Buxa Tiger Reserve. New species are constantly being discovered. The forest once housed large Rhinoceros populations. The Maharajah of Cooch Behar recorded killing one rhino, injuring one, and sightings of over Rhinos in hunting expeditions in and around Chilapata Forest from 1892 to 1904. Indian leopards are still common. The major attraction of Chilapata is the forest and its wildlife. The forest and its wildlife are the major draws of Chilapata. Within the forest, Jeep safaris are available. The most common animals seen here are Indian bison (Gaur), elephant, rhino, and various types of deer. A variety of avifauna have been observed in the forests. Chilapata is also historically significant. The well-known Nal Rajar Garh is a Gupta-era fort built by the Nal Kings. Despite the fact that the fort is mostly in ruins today, it is worth a visit while in Chilapata.