Namdhapa National Park

One of the major attractions of the state of Arunachal Pradesh are the wild cats that rule the snow bound ranges of the Himalayas. The snow leopards as they are commonly known are found in abundance in wild, however, you need not scan the mountain tops for them. A visit to the Namdhapa Park would provide you with a glimpse of the snow leopard and even its lesser famous sibling the clouded leopard. The Park also houses many other wilder as well as the meeker species of Himalayan black bear and Red Panda. The Park also provides an opportunity for the entire family to enjoy the trip with its excellent entertainment and culinary facilities.

Namdapha National Park is located around 160 km from Dibrugarh and is spread over a total area of 1985 sq km. It is in fact, one of the largest wildlife protected areas in the country and comprises a tiger reserve and a bird sanctuary.

Namdapha National Park is home to clouded leopards, tigers, leopards and snow leopards, as well. Besides, Hoolock Gibbons and white-winged wood ducks can also be found here. The Namdapha National Park had been declared a Tiger Reserve in 1983 by the Government.