Nameri National Park
The resurrected jewel at the foothills of the eastern Himalayas
Tezpur, 35 km
200 km2 und 862 km2 in the neighboring Pakke Wildlife Sanctuary
November 1 – April 30
November to April, between December and February it can get very cool. Very hot from May.
slow loris, Indian hog deer, leopard cat, pigmy hog, sloth bear, wild boar, Assam macaque, black giant squirrel, hispid hare, yellow-throated marten, Indian giant flying squirrel, Indian giant squirrel,
Nameri is a beautiful spot on the northern shore of the Kameng River, which lies at the foothills of the eastern Himalayas in the state of Assam. Together with the Pakke Wildlife Reserve in the bordering state of Arunachal Pradesh, Nameri forms a 1000 m2 protected area for tigers, elephants and many other species.
The hilly landscape of Nameri consists mainly of tropical deciduous forests, which are broken in places by reeds and bamboo, as well as narrow strips of open grass savannah along the rivers.
Nameri is known for its large elephant population and is a paradise for birdwatchers with over 300 species. It is possible to take a walking safari or a boat trip. Depending on weather conditions, river rafting is also available on the Jia Bhoroli River, which crosses the park.