Namdapha National Park – a Biodiversity Hotspot in North East India
If you are a nature lover, then you should visit Namdapha National Park which is located in the north-eastern part of Arunachal Pradesh. This park is considered as the largest and the most protected area in India. It is also a very favourite spot for the travellers.
Location of the park: The Park is located almost near the border of Myanmar. It covers a huge area with a wide altitudinal range between 200 mt and 4571 mt above the sea level. The Indian Tourism Packagesprovide good tour offers to visit this park.
Complete details of the park: The Namdapha National Park is indeed a very recognized park which is located between Patkai range and Dapha bum range of Mishmi Hills. The park covers an area of 1807.82 square kilometer. Our Arunachal Pradesh Tourism package provide lucrative offers on visit to this park. Now let’s have a glance at the entry fees of this park:
- Rs. 10/- per person is charged as an entry fee for Indians.
- Rs. 50/- per person is charged as an entry for foreigners.
- Rs. 100/- is charged for vehicles as an entry fee.
- Rs. 75/- is charged for cameras.
- Rs. 750/- is charged if anybody is carrying video camera.
Perfect time to visit the park: If you are really willing to visit this park, then the best time will be from November to March. It is better to avoid visit during rainy season as sometimes the situations become worse resulting in landslides. The rainy season commences from June and continues till October.
Why is this park termed as biodiversity hotspot? – As we all know, this park is the largest protected area in India. Apart from all, this park is considered as a great home for different species of flora and fauna. The park also permits camping within its boundaries. If you have a passion for bird-watching, then this park can be the perfect destination. Besides this, some of our North east India Travel Packages provide attractive offers on visit to this park. The park is a habitat for a wide variety of animal species like capped langurs, red giant flying squirrels, wild boars, musk deer, snow leopards etc.
Hence, it can be well said that a short trip to this park will enhance your love for nature to a great extent!