Namdapha National Park, Dibrugarh

Namdapha National Park

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Rank 35
Ranked 35 of 36,
in Dibrugarh

About Namdapha National Park

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Namdapha National Park  is located around 160 km from Dibrugarh and is spread over a total area of 1985 sq km. It is in fact, one of the largest wildlife protected areas in the country and comprises a tiger reserve  and a bird sanctuary.

Namdapha National Park is home to clouded leopards, tigers, leopards and snow leopards, as well. Besides, Hoolock Gibbons and white-winged wood ducks can also be found here. The Namdapha National Park had been declared a Tiger Reserve in 1983 by the Government.

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