Namdapha Wild Life Sanctury Changlang District Arunchal Pradesh


Located  in the Changlang district, Namdapha  is famous for its wild life sanctury, which has been  declared as a national park. It is a few kilometers away from MiaoFor the truly dedicated wilderness and wildlife fan, a visit to the Namdapha National Park is challenging, covering a wide range of altitudes from 200 mtrs. to 4,500 mtrs. The park largely inaccessible, has diverse habitats and flora and fauna that are typical of this area. The majestic gaur or mithun, elephant, Himalayan black bear, takin, the wild goat peculiar to the Patkoi range, musk deer, slow loris, binturong and the red panda are all found here. The predators include the tiger, leopard, the rare snow leopard and clouded leopard in the higher reaches of the hills. The white winged wood duck a rare and endagered species, has been shelter in the park.
Namdapha Wild life Sanctury Changlang District

A number if primate species are seen in the park, such as Assamese macaque, pig-tailed macaque and the distinctive hoolock gibbon, Hornbills, jungle fowl and pheasnats flap their noisy way through the jungle, which harbours other colourful bird species. The inacessibility of the greater part of the park has helped to keep the forests in their pristine state.

Location 
Namdapha Wild Life Sanctury Changlang District  Arunchal Pradesh in India

Best time to visit Namdapha Wild Life Sanctury 
October to April.

How To Get ThereNamdapha Wild Life Sanctury 
Nearest Airport : Mohanbari (Dibrugarh, Assam)
Nearest Bus stand : Margherita( Tinsukia, Assam).
Nearest  Railway Stn : Margherita( Tinsukia, Assam).

Places To Stay
At Miao : Inspection Bunglow , Tourist Lodge, Circuit House (Contact Extra Asstt. Commissioner) At Namdapha : Inspection Bunglow

Attractions
The park largely inaccessible, has diverse habitats and flora and fauna that are typical of this area. The majestic gaur or mithun, elephant, Himalayan black bear, takin, the wild goat peculiar to the Patkoi range, musk deer, slow loris, binturong and the red panda are all found here.

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