Namdapha National Park is one of the most well-known national parks in India and is located at the Eastern Himalaya biodiversity, Arunachal Pradesh. In addition, it is an idyllic photo tour destination. As a result, you must think for the Namdapha National Park if you are planning for photo tourism. The park was a forest firstly and afterward it became a national park. The site is truthfully barely credible and appropriate for having an exploratory tour.  Here you can see both the rocky terrain as well as green meadows.  

It spreads out just about 177 square kilometers. The attractive part of the park is that it has a large number of snow leopards. Consistent with the travelers and researchers, the Namdapha National Park is one of the finest reserves of mammals in India. This particular characteristic mainly pulls the attractions of spectators to this park. We have discussed a lot about the exact national park, but yet an appealing part is still to be mentioned. The Namdapha National Park was before home to red pandas and for that cause it is very popular among the Indians. Therefore, you can realize that here you will be able to travel around a lot if you come here for a photo tour.


Leopard, Snow Leopard, Tiger and Clouded Leopard are the predators you may find at Namdapha National Park. Asian Golden Cat, Red Panda, the Asian Elephant, Takin, Musk Deer, Gaur and Wild Asiatic Water Buffalo are the other predators found in the park.  The park is home to more than 200 bird species. Mountain Hawk Eagle, Lesser Fishing Eagle, Scarlet backed Flowerpecker, Grey Peacock-Pheasant, White-hooded Shrike Babbler, Imperial Pigeon, Pin tailed Green Pigeon, Sultan Tit, Rufous necked Hornbill, Beautiful Nuthatch, Oriental Bay Owl, Great Hornbill, Hodgson's Frogmouth, Red headed Trogon, Lesser Shortwing, Mountain Imperial Pigeon, Rufous necked and Crimson winged Laughing thrush, and Temminck's Tragopanare some of those.


The park has a diversity of plants such as bamboo, sal etc.

Important Info of the Namdapha National Park :

  • State of the national park : Arunachal Pradesh

  • Area of the national park : Just about 198524 hectares

  • Vegetation of the national park : Mix deciduous, Wet evergreen, and Temperate alpine forest

  • Water resources of the national park : Monsoon

  • Altitude of the national park : 200m to 4,578m

  • Monsoon in the national park : December to March

  • Summer in the national park : July to August

  • Winter in the national park : November to February

  • Temperature of the national park : 5°C to 35°C

  • Rainfall in the national park : 2500 to 3500mm

Contact Details

Corporate Office

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F-76, Basement, Sushant Lok-2, Near Hong Kong Bazaar,

Sector 57, Gurgaon 122011, Haryana, India

Branch Office

50 Todar Mal Road, Bengali Market
New Delhi 110001, India

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