Chakrashila Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the wildlife sanctuaries parks situated in the state of Assam. The park is around 74 kms from the Dhubri city centre.

Chakrashila Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary famous for the Langur monkeys. It is considered as the home of Langur monkeys in India. Built in 1956, the wildlife sanctuary got a sanctuary status in July 1994. To get recognised as a wildlife sanctuary, a local activist group called Nature's Beckon has strived hard in the past. A total of 119 species of birds and 23 species of reptiles and 40 species of butterflies are seen here. It is also a haven for a variety of endangered animals.

Visitors can ideally spend around three hours, on a visit to Chakrashila Wildlife Sanctuary. Visitors can visit the Wildlife Reserve during timings 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM. Entry fee to Chakrashila Wildlife Sanctuary is INR 25 per person. Best time to visit the Sanctuary is between the months of October - April.