Namdapha National Park is the largest protected area in Northeast India. This park is also called as Namdapha Tiger Reserve.
It is also the third largest National Park in India in terms of area. It is home for 425 species of birds. The snowy throated babbler is a rare species of babbler is found in Namdapha.
Birds commonly seen:
Rufous-necked horn-bill, Green cochoa, Ward’s trogon, Ruddy kingfisher, Blue-eared kingfisher, Himalayan wood-owl, Rufous-throated hill-partridge, White cheeked hill partridge.
These are just to name a few…
Mohanbari, Dibrugarh, Assam (182 kms)
Nearest railway station:
Tinsukia Railway Station(141 kms)
Nearest bus station:
Namdapha National Park is well connected by roads up to its entry point Miao.
Best time to visit:
October to April
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