Nameri National Park
Overview - Nameri National Park
Contiguous with the Pakke Tiger Reserve to its North, Nameri National Park is a biodiversity haven at the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas of Assam.
The glacier-fed Jio-Bhoreli River runs through the park, its sediment and fresh water supply breathing life into the area.
Nameri is a Tropical Evergreen Forest and Semi-evergreen Forest interspersed with Moist Deciduous Forests and Grasslands formed by the rivers which drain their waters here. You find Cane & Bamboo patches inside the forest, which are home to a variety of wildlife.
Nameri is a birding hotspot of India, and there are nearly 400 bird species to be found here.
Best Time to Visit Nameri National Park
Winters from Mid-November to the end of March is an ideal time to visit.
Highlight Species - Nameri National Park
Types of Safaris - Nameri National Park
Boat Safaris : A Boat Safari on the Jia-Bhoreli River is an excellent way of seeing waterbirds, raptors and the winter migrants of the area.
Walking Safaris : One can indulge in walks inside the National Park with prior forest permission.
How to reach Nameri National Park
By Air : Tezpur airport, 37 km south of Nameri National Park, is the nearest. Tezpur Airport connects directly to Kolkata, Silchar and Guwahati. Tourist buses and taxis are available from the airport to reach Nameri.
By Train : Rangapara, 25 km south of Nameri National Park, is the nearest railway station. Rangapara connects to Guwahati.
By Road : Nameri National Park falls on the Bomdila Highway which connects Guwahati, Nameri and Tawang (Arunachal Pradesh). Nameri National Park is well connected by an bus from Guwahati, Tezpur and Nagaon.