Namdapha National Park located in the Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh is the largest protected area in the Eastern Himalayas. It is an ecological hotspot with a mind-boggling array of rare and endangered animal and plant species.
Namdapha is the 3rd largest national park in India in terms of area and is an important tiger reserve forest. It is set on different levels of altitudes perched with unique varieties of flora. From subtropical broadleaved forest to alpine meadows covers the area with lush green carpet. The park is ideal for those looking for an adventurous trekking and camping experience within its deep and enchanting forests.