CC Madhya 18.63

saba dina premāveśe nṛtya-gīta kailā
tāhāṅ haite mahāprabhu ‘khadira-vana’ āilā
Word for word: 
saba dina — all the days; prema-āveśe — in ecstatic love; nṛtya-gīta kailā — danced and chanted; tāhāṅ haite — from there; mahāprabhu — Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu; khadira-vana āilā — came to the place known as Khadiravana.
Translation: 
Every day the Lord chanted and danced in ecstatic love. Finally He went to Khadiravana.
Purport: 

Khadiravana is described in the Bhakti-ratnākara (Fifth Wave):

dekhaha khadira-vana vidita jagate
viṣṇu-loka-prāpti ethā gamana-mātrete

“Behold the forest named Khadiravana, renowned throughout the universe. If one comes to Khadiravana, he can immediately be elevated to Viṣṇuloka.”