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Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary Tourist Guide

Pakhui wildlife sanctuary is home to more than 300 species of birds and nearly 50 species of mammals along with much unique endangered flora and fauna. The royal Bengal tiger being the most important species of the place attracts a lot of tourists to Arunachal pradesh. This sanctuary is located in the East Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh.

How to reach

The nearest airport is in Tezpur, Assam at a distance of about 50kms. Guwahati airport is also located at a distance of 290km from Bhalukpong. You can hire a cab or a taxi to reach the sanctuary.

Rangapara and Soibari railway stations are the nearest railway station which are approximately 60kms and 36kms from Bhalukpong.

Best season to reach

The best months to visit Pakhui wildlife sanctuary is from November to April as the weather is very pleasant and there might be the slightest chance of snowfall during the winters.

About the place

The wildlife found at Pakhui wildlife sanctuary is in abundance. The wide variety of flora and fauna is a classic example of the ideal environment in this phase of ecology destruction. This place is home to endangered royal Bengal tigers along with 30 species of amphibians, 500 species of butterflies, and more than 30 species of replies.

The variety of orchids and the plant species makes this place more elegant. The jeep ride around the place will lead you to explore all the animals and birds in this place. The tigers, barking deer, jungle cats, bison, elephants, Malayan giant squirrels, langurs, wild dogs, Assamese macaques, etc are seen often in the dark jungles.

There are also several activities which are included along with the jungle safari such as walks to Khari, walks around the village, the cultural festival of the villagers, communication with the tribes, and bird watching program.

An inner line permit is necessary to enter the state of the northeast which is easily available online at around INR 100-400

Pakhui wildlife sanctuary is a place which you will regret if you don’t visit. We think that the environment around brings peace within and this place is the appropriate definition of peace.

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