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Namdapha National Park, Arunachal Pradesh

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Friday, August 26, 2022 8:00 pm until 10:00 pm Organized by: David Johnson (Contact)
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Event Description

Namdapha National Park is located in the North-Eastern state of India flanked by the Patkai hills to the South and South-East, or by the Himalayas to the North. It is situated in the vicinity of the tri-junction of the Indo-Myanmar-China. Being one of the largest protected areas in India, the Namdapha National Park has a unique Eastern Himalaya Biodiversity. Embedded with extensive dipterocarp forests is known as the last great remote wilderness area of Asia. If you have a plan to trip to this national park, you must read this post carefully to get the maximum out of your trip. 

 Sprawling the area of the Namdapha National Park is 1985 km2, and the area of its buffer zone is 177 sq km, or the area of the core zone is 1808 sq km. this national park lies between the Paklai range and the Dapha bum range of the Mishmi Hills and its elevation is between 200 m and 4571 m above sea level. The reason for having diverse species is due to its Palearctic and Malayan bio-geographic areas. Due to the increase in its tropical altitude, it has both alpine meadows and perennial snow. With its extensive bamboo forests, it gets more attraction from tourists. 

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History of Namdapha National Park

The Namdapha National Park, for the first time, came into notice during the Second World War due to its rich biodiversity. During the second world, many planes got crashed. After getting independence, in 1972, the Namdapha wildlife sanctuary was established by the government of India. In 1983, a motor route was developed here and it has been declared the tiger reserve national park. Incorporated with many refugees camp in which the people of Bangladeshi leave. The travelers who visit Itanagar put this park on their favorite list to explore.  

Wildlife in Namdapha National Park: 

Namdapha National Park is home to a wide range of flora and fauna because it has a variety of vegetation that is good for animals and birds. It is known for its several types of rare species of animals, including clouded leopards, common leopards, snow leopards, Red Pandas, and tigers. While in this park, one can also catch a glimpse of predators, such as wolves, Asiatic black bears, and Dholes. One can also see a wide range of carnivores, such as red panda, red fox, Eurasian otter, spotted linsang, yellow-throated marten, small Indian civet, common palm civet, marbled and fishing cat, Asiatic golden cat, and more species. It is also home to a large number of herbivores such as Indian muntjac, sambar, elephant wild boar, mainland serow, etc. this national park has seven species of non-human primates such as Capped Langurs, Slow Loris, Stump-tailed macaque, Rhesus Macaques, Assamese Macaques, Gibbons, and Hoolock. All these non-human primates can be seen which is not possible to find in other parks, these are going to be a good delight for the tourists. For ornithologists, it has more than 425 bird species that can be good visual satisfaction for travelers. 

What Is The Best Time To Visit The Namdapha National Park? 

In order to find the maximum number of birds, animals, or endangered species from the month of October to march. During the winter, it becomes cold which can be a little uncomfortable for travelers.     

How To Reach The Namdapha National Park?

The airport of Dibrugarh is the nearest to reach the Namdapha National Park which is located at a distance of 160 Km away from the park. 

By hiring cabs or using buses, one can reach this park with ease. The nearest railway station is located in Tinsukia in Assam. If you give preferences to travel by road, it is well-connected to the major cities and states of North-East.

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