KI - 23 Namdapha National Park
Experience wilderness and enchanting beauty of lush green vegetation, impenetrable pristine and virgin forests spread over an area of 1985.23 square kilometres having diverse flora and fauna. Situated on the international border between India and Myanmar and nestling in the Changlang District of Arunachal Pradesh in the northeast India, Namdapha National Park is unique as it spreads from sea level to 4500 meters, thereby making it home of formidable diversity of plants and animals. What’s more? All the four big cats – tigers, leopard, clouded leopard and the snow leopard are found here.
In and around the National Park are some interesting sites like Deban and Hornbill, which are also covered in this tour. So come and enjoy the largest protected area in the Eastern Himalaya biodiversity hotspot.
Day 01 :
Arrive Dibrugarh and transfer to Mancotta Tea Bungalow. Dibrugarh district is situated in the eastern part of Assam with headquarters at Dibrugarh town. It is surrounded by Dhemaji district and a part of Lakhimpur district in the north, part of Sivasagar district and Arunachal Pradesh state in the south, Tinsukia district in the East and Sivasagar dist. in the West. The Brahmaputra River flows in the north. O/N in Resort.
Day 02 :
Drive to Deban (Namdapha) – 184 kms/06 hrs). Deban, a tiny hamlet nestled between the gentle folds of the Patkai range of hills of the great Himalays. O/N in Resort.
Day 03 :
Trek to Haldibari – 5 kms. The area is a birdwatchers paradise with 400 recorded species, including many indigenous to the area. Look out for ibisbills and white–bellied herons, Blyth’s tragopans and snowy–throated babblers. Overnight Camp at Haldibari.
Day 04 :
Trek to Hornbil – 6 kms. Early morning trek along the River Noa–Dihing – a tributary of the great Bhramaputra. Overnight in a Tent at Hornbill.
Day 05 :
Trek to Bulbulia. O/N in Tent.
Day 06 :
Trek back to Deban. O/N in tent.
Day 07 :
Drive back to Dibrugarh.
Day 08 :