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Nameri National Park

Nameri National Park

In the foothills of the eastern Himalayas lies the famous Nameri National Park. The park is located in the Sonitpur District of Assam, India. In the north side the park shares it boundary with another park called as Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary that lies in arunachal Pradesh. Nameri national park covers the area of 200 km2. Together both the national parks cover the area of 1000 Km2. The Nameri National Park was made as reserve forest on 17 October 1978.

On 18 September 1985 with an area of137 km2 as a part of Naduar Forest Reserve, the Nameri was declared to be a sanctuary. Avail Nameri national park tour packages to enjoy the place with the best facilities ever. More interestingly, another 75 km2 is added to the park on 15 November 1998 and the Nameri national park was then officially established as a National Park. The famous Jia Bhoroli River of Assam also flows through that region.

Tourists attractions at Nameri national Park includes Angling which is there since the time of Britishers. People can have great time fishing in various water bodies at the park including the famous Golden Masheer Fish which grows 3-9 feet and is also known as “Tiger of the Himalayan rivers”. There are various places to visit in Nameri national park. Apart from that, one can also enjoy adventurous activities such as River rafting at river-Jai Bharali and wildlife trekking. The park is also comprises of evergreen forests including various vegetations and lush green environment.

The climate at the park is warm and hot during summers while the winters are comparatively cool and pleasant. The ideal time to visit the destination is during November to May. Nameri national park travel and tourism offers the splendid facilities to make this exciting trip memorable for lifetime.

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