About Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary:
Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary is an ultimate treat for any wildlife lover on their Arunachal trip. The wildlife park, located in the foothills of Himalayas, spans over a region of 862 sq. km in East Kameng District of the state. Due to a notable population of tigers, the park was declared a tiger reserve in 2002. The Pakhui Tiger Reserve is home to large cats like the tiger, leopard and the clouded leopard, and canids like the wild dog and Asiatic jackal. The elephant, barking deer, Indian bison and sambar deer are the most commonly spotted herbivores here.
It was given its status in 1977 and was earlier part of the Khellong Forest Division. It was declared a tiger reserve in 2002. The habitat is comprised of lowland semi-evergreen, evergreen and Eastern Himalayan broadleaf forests. Over 300 species of flowering plants (angiosperms) have been recorded in the lowland areas of the park. It is also abundant in orchids.
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Activity:This sanctuary, true to its name was full of birds and beasts. there were wild elephants and tigers (we saw pugmarks) and huge trees
Best Time to Visit: November, Autumn, December, January, Winter, February, March, Spring, April, Summer
Location: Bhalukpong, Arunachal Pradesh, India
How to Reach There:
Airport: Lilabari Airport
The nearest Airport Lilabari Airport. We need to take an private vehicle the distance between Lilabari Airport to Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary is 128Kms
Railway Station: Jiabharali Railway Station
The nearest Railway Station is Jiabharali Railway Station. We need to take an private vehicle the distance between Jiabharali Railway Station to Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary is 32Kms
Bus Stand: State Transport Bus Station
The nearest Bus Stand is State Transport Bus Station . We need to take an private vehicle the distance between State Transport Bus Station to Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary is 78.4Kms