Fri, 26 May 2017
Arunachal Pradesh Wildlife Tourism
Namdapha National Park
The Namdapha National Park has the widest diversity of habitat of any of South Asia's protected areas. It has all four large cats, tiger, leopard, clouded leopard and snow leopard in addition to lesser feline species like the Golden cat and marbled cat.
The Pakhui Sanctuary located at east Kameng District is populated by Elephant, Tiger, Barking Deer, Gour, Leopard, Hornbill etc.
The Itanagar Sanctuary located at Papumpare District boasts of the inhabitants such as Elephants, Tiger, Barking Deer, and Leopard, various bird species and orchid species.
Daying Ering Sanctuary
The Daying Ering Sanctuary located at East Siang District, this sanctuary has species of Hogdeer, Lispid bear, endemic, migratory birds and migratory water birds.
The Mehao Sanctuary located at Dibang Valley and Lohit District has Hoolock, Gibbon, Tiger, Elephant, Leopard, etc.
The Kane Sanctuary located at West Siang District is populated by Elephants, Mall cat, Deer etc.
Eagle's Nest Sanctuary
The Eagle’s Nest Sanctuary located at East Kameng District boasts of the inhabitants such as Elephants, Goral, Tiger, Leopard, Red Pardor etc.
The Kamlang Sanctuary located at Lohit District hosts the wild inhabitants like Gibbon, Tiger, Leopard, Takin etc.
The Dibang Sanctuary located at Dibang Valley District has the inhabitants like Musk Deer, Takin, Black Bear, Leopard, Khalij, rare birds etc.
Sessa Orchid Sanctuary
The Sessa Orchid Sanctuary located at West Kameng has a variety of Orchids and some wild life like Red Panda, Pheasant, Scrow, Goral etc.
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