Namdapha National Park, Arunachal Pradesh

Date: 12th – 17th October, 2019 

Namdapha National Park is situated at the southeastern tip of Arunachal Pradesh and bounded by the international boundary with Myanmar to the south and east. The forest of Namdapha is spread over 1,98,500 ha and the entire area is mountainous, drained by several rivers. Some of the forest stretches are untouched by humans and harbours perhaps the most diverse flora and fauna in India. Due to great altitudinal variation, diverse habitat occurs in the area, from tropical wet evergreen in the lower areas to subtropical and temperate forests to alpine region in the higher mountains.

Walking in the dense evergreen forests is truly an unforOne can see birds like Brown, Rufous-necked, Great Pied, Oriental Pied, Wreathed Hornbill, White-bellied Heron, Pied Falconet, Snowy-throated and Grey-throated Babblers, Greater and Lesser Necklaced Laughingthrushes, Sultan Tit; in addition to these mammals like Hoolock Gibbon and Yellow-throated Martin are bonus. North-east is butterfly watchers’ paradise and Namdapha attracts many butterflies like White Dragontail, Staff Sergeants, Archduke, Nawabs, Rajahs and many more.

Grade: Easy – Moderate

Cost: Rs.38,900/- for BNHS members and Rs.40,900/- for others 

Accommodation: Twin sharing basis* (Seats limited to 12 participants)

*Accommodations will be basic owing to the remoteness of the place.

Reporting: On day 1 at Dibrugarh 7:00 am, drop-off on last day at 12:00 noon at Dibrugarh Airport. Note: Kindly book your flight tickets to arrive a day prior.

Cost includes: Local transport, transfer to/from Dibrugarh Airport, meals (B/L/D) first-day lunch to last day breakfast, accommodation, permits, and BNHS expertise

Cost excludes: Flight/rail tickets, all expenses of personal nature like laundry, tips, beverages, camera fees, any cost not specified under ‘cost includes’.

Registration*: E-mail us at or call at 022-22871202 or +91-9969798447 (Mon-Fri 09:30 a.m. to 05:30 p.m.).

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