Namdapha National Park

About Namdapha National Park:

Namdapha National Park, Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary and Jairampur Forest Division are located within India’s northeastern frontier state‚ÄďArunachal Pradesh.

The area covered by the Namdapha Tiger Reserve was originally a reserve forest under the Assam Forest Regulation Act 1891. It was declared a Wildlife Sanctuary under the Assam Forest Regulation Act 1891 on 2nd Oct. ‘1972. It was later declared a National Park on 12th May 1983, under Wildlife (Protection) Act1972.

Namdapha National Park is famous for being the only park in India to have four big cat species, like leopard, tiger, clouded leopard and snow leopard. Around 96 mammal species are found here of which 29 species are listed on Schedule I of the Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972. Four pantherine species occur in the park are leopard,snow leopard,tiger and clouded leopard, and the park is thus considered to be one of the most excellent areas in terms of biodiversity.

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Activity:

Namdapha are wildlife and landscape photography, boat ride, jungle camping, jungle safari, and much more.
Best Time to Visit: October, November, Autumn, December, January, Winter, February, March, Spring, April, Summer
Location: Miao, Arunachal Pradesh, India

How to Reach There:

Airport: Tezu airport

The nearest Airport Tezu airport. We need to take an private vehicle the distance between Tezu airport to Namdapha National Park is 104.7km

Railway Station: Dangari railway station

The nearest Railway Station is Dangari railway station. We need to take an private vehicle the distance between Dangari railway station to Namdapha National Park is 36.4km

Bus Stand: Miao Bus stop

The nearest Bus Stand is Miao Bus stop. We need to take an private vehicle the distance between Miao Bus stop to Namdapha National Park is 170km

Image Credits: Google

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