In the easternmost corner of India lies Namdapha National Park, a biodiversity hotspot, which attracts travellers from all over the world. Covering an area of 1808 square kilometres (core zone) and 177 square kilometres (buffer zone) Namdapha in Arunachal’s Changlang district was declared a tiger reserve as a part of Project Tiger in 1983. The remote location makes it a lesser explored national park in the country.
Namdapha offers an unparalleled experience in nature and plethora of birdlife and wild sightings to nature and wildlife enthusiasts. However, this does not exclude travellers who are seeking to explore the outdoors or looking for a therapeutic getaway with family. There is a lot to do in Namdapha’s forest magic.