NAMDAPHA NATIONAL PARK
INDIA'S MOST REMOTE NATIONAL PARK | HOME TO FOUR BIG CAT SPECIES
Sharing a border with Myanmar and situated at the southernmost tip of Arunachal Pradesh, Namdapha National Park is India’s most remote national park. With an area of 1985 sq km, the evergreen forests of Namdapha harbour some of the most diverse assemblage of species in India.
The park is home to around 400 bird species including five different Hornbill species and the rare Snowythroated Babbler; big cats like Clouded Leopard, Snow Leopard, Common Leopard and Royal Bengal Tiger, and primates like Hoolock Gibbon and Stump-tailed Macaque. Due to its inaccessibility, large tracts of undisturbed semi-topical jungle still remain unexplored.
NORTHEAST INDIA: THE ULTIMATE BIRDING EXPERIENCE
The constant pursuit to deliver the ultimate birding expedition takes us to an isolated belt in Northeast India, spanning the Brahmaputra River in Assam to the eastern Himalayas of Arunachal Pradesh.
Look out for at least five different species of Hornbill, Snowythroated Babbler, Bengal Florican and Black-breasted Parrotbill, among others.