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Sirohi National Park

Sirohi National Park

Sirohi National Park was founded in 1982 in the Ukhrul District of the north-eastern Indian state of Manipur, sprawled over an area of 41sq km. it is a small forest reserve acknowledged as the only place on the planet, where the famous Sirohi Lily (Lilium Maclineae) is found to be growing naturally.

The most important Sirohi Peak is positioned on the right within the park. The park proliferates these flowers in the months of May and June, when monsoon arrives and makes the entire peak along with the valleys, an authentic paradise beyond comparisons.

The park is nestled on the Indo-Myanmar border providing a perfect home for the flora and fauna on both sides. Some of the commonly found species in the Park are Tiger, Wild Boar, Leopard, Deer and other antelopes supporting the flora, fauna and an established and undisturbed eco-system. Vultures, Owls, Eagles, Warblers, Pheasants and Tits are some of the avifauna usually witnessed in the park.

The nearest town from the Sirohi National Park is Ukhrul, which is just 5 km drive away. Imphal, the state capital falls on the eastern side to the park at a distance of 83km and the nearest airport is at 50 km distance away from the park. The park is convenient and accessible to visit by all the means of transport.

These unexplored regions of the north-east are tremendously delightful, peaceful and very hygienic and are unpolluted, displaying their original natural beauty that is conserved and preserved. The best time to visit the park is in the months of January to March.

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