The North East region of India offers a rich variety of natural biodiversity, and this is apparent in the national parks in Arunachal Pradesh. A wide range of animals like tigers, leopards, snow leopards, the capped langur, lions, and endangered species like the red panda can be found within the beautiful landscape of Arunachal Pradesh.
The national park of Arunachal Pradesh offers various species. All of the national parks have different animals and views. If you are looking to spend your time in Arunachal Pradesh so at once you have to visit national parks to feel refreshing and calm.
It is the third-largest and widest national park in the country, area-wise, Namdapha National Park is located in Arunachal Pradesh. Namdapha National Park is a glory for any wildlife and nature lover. With its area varying between 200 meters to 4500 meters, it is a paradise of rare and endangered animal and plant species with one of the finest bio-diversities in the country. In this national park, you can spot species such as Snow Leopard, Clouded Leopard, Leopard, Lion, and Tiger. This national park is located at a mere distance of 160 km from the Dibrugarh that is the capital of Assam and is well-connected and maintained by a network of roads up to Miao, which is its getaway. It is the famous national park of Arunachal Pradesh.
Being in the lower of the Eastern Himalayan belt, the national park provides a beautiful, natural view of the nearby peaks; it is perfect and adventures for some forest trekking and hiking activities and for relaxation. The birdlife at the sanctuary is also beautiful, great, and diverse with many rare species and migratory present in the Namdapha National Park. It is a great place to start your journey into Arunachal Pradesh giving you a glimpse of the wonderful bio-diversity to come ahead. The name of the park itself 'Namdapha' is the mixture of two Singpho words that mean 'Forest Keeping' indicating that conservation of forests is the main objective of the tribals as well as the locals in this area.
"Mouling" is the word that means red poison or red blood. This the most beautiful national park in Arunachal Pradesh. Mouling national park situated in the upper Siang district and spread across 482 square km of the area has the Siang river flowing on the west and Siring, Subong, Semong, and Krobong rivers on the easter end of Arunachal Pradesh.
There are tigers, panthers, elephants, hog deer, python, lion, barking deer, sambar deer, buffalo, and red panda, etc which could be spotted here. Along with animals, there are various species of birds and plants as well which could be seen here. Tourists near and around the park indulge in activities such as rafting, angling, and trekking. It is one of the national parks of Arunachal Pradesh that offers a beautiful view for tourists. The Mouling National park is a very remote area and there are weaker signals for communication and almost no range of transportation either. The closest towns from Mouling national park are Along (130km) and Pasighat (180km), and all offices of the forest department are located outside the park. The weather is extremely humid in Yingkiong and in the lower elevation temperature ranges from 15 degrees Celsius to 37 degrees Celsius while in the winters the upper region experiences snowfall.
The 100 sq. km area of full greenery and colorful orchids is a view you can never forget. There are numerous varieties of orchids growing in this center. They are of different colors and sizes and leave all tourists astonished. It is a most greenery national park in Arunachal Pradesh.
Also called as the Tipi Orchidarium, the reserve has over 2500 cultivated orchids of 80 various species.
This sanctuary and a couple of other benefits (school, hospital) in Pasighat are named after Dr. D. Ering. Over 25% of the sanctuary is covered with water bodies and hence fascinate many migratory birds from Mongolia and Siberia.
The most attractive national park in Arunachal Pradesh. The sanctuary itself is covered by the Siang River (Brahmaputra). the sanctuary is also home to several endangered species of birds.
A national park in Arunachal Pradesh which is the real ocean of green paradise on earth. It is situated in Roing . A virgin forest left largely untouched and unexploited, this sanctuary houses a frighteningly massive number of animals, plants, birds, fish, butterflies, and many more other species. It is one of the greenery national parks of Arunachal Pradesh.
The presence of tigers, panthers, red pandas, blue-naped Pitta, King Cobra, Pit Vipers, and many more have been spotted here. Places to visit in Roing are Mayudia, Nehru Van Udayan, Hunli, Mehao lake, Bhashmaknagar Fort, Ipni Pani Ghat, and many more places.
This royal sanctuary has home for the royal Bengal tiger and many more species of flora and fauna. It could be 40 mammal species that occur in Pakke Tiger Reserve in Bhalukpong.
Tiger, leopard, clouded Leopard, jungle cat, lion, wild dog Jackal, Himalayan Black Bear, Binturong, White Elephant, Gaur, Samber, Hog deer, Barking Deer, Wild boar, Yellow-throated martin, and many more animal species can be recorded here. It is the most beautiful national park in Arunachal Pradesh. Around 300 different species of birds call this reserve their home too. It is also called as the Pakke Tiger Reserve as the sanctuary's goal is to preserve and protect the Royal Bengal Tiger.
It is situated in Roing, According to the Word, Roing means cool, fresh, and refreshing. According to its name, Roing is located beside the Dibang River which adds the beauty of nature as well as a calmness to the aura of the place as it flows by it. Roing is a treasure trove for cultural enthusiasts, trekkers, adventure, and history buffs. Roing has an amazing history and archaeological sites that will render you curious. It is one of the finest national parks in Arunachal Pradesh Located on the banks of the Deopani River, the Nehru Van Udyan houses an exciting captivating cactus house, beautiful orchid area, and a beautiful garden. The national park of Arunachal Pradesh provides Ejeez tower which is a famous guest house located close to the garden is a marvelous place to view from the Deopani River.
If you are a bird lover, then Eagle’s Nest Wildlife Sanctuary will be well worthy of a tourist visit. It is home to 400 species of birds including some rare species like Hornbills, Tragopan, and Parrotbill which all only found in this national park. Here, you can also find some endangered animals and some rare types of reptiles which surprised you. With attractive valleys and picturesque lakes. It is the beautiful national park of Arunachal Pradesh that will tempt one to click a lot of pictures there.
Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary offers some unique species of flora and fauna. If you are a person who loves adventure, and the beauty of nature then you must visit Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary, it is a perfect place to take wildlife adventure and nature safari. It has some rare species of animals which include Red panda, Asiatic black bear, Musk deer, and many more species. Not just animals, it also has some rare species of birds like Sclater’s monal and Blyth’s tragopan which will astonish you. While you are there, don’t miss visiting this major national park in Arunachal Pradesh.
Itanagar Wildlife Sanctuary is located in a way bordering on Itanagar, the heart of Arunachal Pradesh. It is one of the best places for sightseeing some animals like Panthers, Barking deer, Lions and rare varieties of tigers. Here, you will also be able to found the capital’s national bird which is the Hornbill which will attract you. One more interesting thing about this national park of Arunachal Pradesh is that it has a few attractions like Ganga Lake, the Ita Fort, and the State Museum at a short distance for tourists to visit.
Located in the West Siang District, Kane Wildlife Sanctuary is supreme for a thrilling wildlife vacation in Arunachal Pradesh. The sanctuary offers rich biodiversity spots and calls out to birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts to have some precious time.
Spread in an area of 55 sq km approx, the sanctuary is covered by evergreen, semi-evergreen and sub-tropical thickets greenery. It is one of the lesser travel over wildlife destinations in the state, and thus, those who choose to be here enjoy some thrilling experiences. Kane’s topographical variations and altitudinal lithology lead to the flourishing of the huge floral and fauna assortments and the sanctuary is home to 70 species of birds including White-winged Wood Duck and Rufous-necked Hornbill and many more birds and a variety of animal species like wild dogs, gaur, black bear, elephants, deer, lions, panthers, small cats, dogs.
The best time to visit this national park of Arunachal Pradesh is during winters between October to March when the average temperature is between 15 to 21 degrees celsius.