Eaglenest wildlife sanctuary is a reserved area in the Himalayan foothills containing the Pakhui tiger reserve and the Sessa Orchid Sanctuary. With a wide range of elegant flora and fauna, this place has also endangered an exotic collection of birds. Truly, the Eaglenest Wildlife sanctuary is a paradise for every bird watcher.
How to reach
The nearest airport to Eaglenest wildlife sanctuary is in Tezpur which is a distance of 150km. Another airport located near the sanctuary is Guwahati airport which is located at a distance of about 300km from the place.
The nearest railway station near Eaglesnest is at Bhalukpong at a distance of 95km.
Eaglenest wildlife sanctuary is connected to almost all cities of Assam. However, the road from Tawang to Tezpur is the common route taken. Besides that bus and taxi services are also available from Tawang, Tezpur, and Bomdilla.
The months from October to April is the best favorable time for the tourists of Arunachal pradesh for more exploration and activities.
About the place
Along with a beautiful climate all over the place this sanctuary is blessed with an exotic collection of birds and animals. This is a perfect place for trekking, camping, birdwatching, and relaxing. There are facilities for cooking, camping, and accommodation near the sanctuary.
The jeep safari towards the sanctuary allows exploring the wide range of birds and animals. This place is home to about 454 species of birds. The bugun liocichla, Nuthatch, tree creepers, flowerpeckers, and sunbirds are some unique birds to see in this land. You will also see the giant Asian elephants, clouded leopard, marbled cat, Asian golden cat, and Asiatic black bear.
An inner line permit is necessary to enter the state of the northeast which is easily available online at around INR 100-400
Eaglenest wildlife sanctuary is the best place to visit in Arunachal pradesh for all travel freaks. With the favorable climate, breathtaking views, and the unique varieties of flora and faunas, this place is one of the best picturesque places in the land of Northeast India.