The land of the rising sun and a heaven for nature enthusiasts, well known for its rich culture and serene vibe all around, Arunachal Pradesh has some beautiful places to roam around and celebrate the best moments of life. Namdapha National park, the third largest park in India is a well-known site for all wildlife enthusiasts among all offbeat places in Arunachal Pradesh.
How to reach?
There are many alternatives to reach this National park. The nearest airport is in Dibrugarh in Assam. The nearest railway is also at Assam called Tinsukia railway station which is around 141km from the Namdapha National park. Besides that, the road is also very smooth and easy to travel in case of a road trip.
Best time to visit
Winter season is the best time to visit this area as the climate is humid and the temperature falls to 23-25 degrees Celsius which is a favorable temperature for everyone. Although the peaks of mountains and valleys are quite chilly at this time. The month between October to February is the favorable time to visit this place. Although you can also visit in the summer season or the pre-monsoon time as nature blooms in this season that is from March to May.
Famous Tourist Spots & Attractions
Namdapha National park is the most elegant place among the places to visit in Arunachal Pradesh. Located in the Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh, this place is the perfect place for you to explore nature. Jungle safari, elephant safari, wildlife spotting, Miao museum tour, trekking, camping, boating, and relaxing are the best things to do in this place. Namdapha tiger reserve is home to more than 1400 faunal species and endangered animals.
The Namdapha flying squirrel is an endangered animal spotted in this area. Besides that tigers, leopards, Malayan sun bears, Indian wolf, Red panda, Indian elephants, and a lot of species are seen in this area.
This National park is also a home for more than 400 bird species. There are five species of bills along with many other birds. There is also a wide range of flora in this area.Sapria himalayana is a famous parasitic flower often seen in this area.
A map of the whole place should be carried by everyone as the place is quite large. The entry fee for Indians is only INR 50 per person with INR 100 for vehicles and additional money for a camera and other accessories. For foreigners, the entry fees are INR 350 per person.
Besides that, the inner line permit is required to visit the park which can be issued online easily.
Namdapha National park is not just a tourist place. It’s a whole new experience in the journey of life in Arunachal Pradesh tourism. There are some breathtaking views and places which a person can never believe before seeing it by themselves. So grab your tickets, go and seize the tranquility of the place!