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Namdapha National Park

Namdapha National Park




Location: Arunachal Pradesh  Map

Area: 1985 km2




Description of Namdapha National Park

Namdapha National Park is natural biosphere reserve in a Arunachal Pradesh state in India. Namdapha National Park covers an area of 1985 km2 in the Eastern Himalayas. The best time to visit Namdapha National Park is between October and March which are driest, coolest months of the year. March and April as well as June to October are wettest months of the year. In addition to unfavorable weather condition these times of the year are also frequent for mud slides and flash floods that are often unpredictable and very deadly.
Namdapha National Park harbors over 450 species of birds, 430 species of insects, 96 mammals and many others. You have to keep an eye on large carnivore animals including tigers, several species of leopards, wolves Asiatic black bears as well as many smaller creatures like red fox, red panda, otters. Entrance Fee is required to enter the park. Additionally foreign tourists require Restricted Area Permit (RAP). You can get it from a Monistry of Home Affairs, Government of India (F-1, Lok Nayak Bhavan, Khan Market, New Delhi - 110 001). Additionally you need to get a 15 day Inner Line Permit for entry into Arunachal Pradesh and a permit of a Field Director.







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