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Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary (Pakke Tiger Reserve)

Leopard at Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary, Arunachal Pradesh

Location: East Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh

Main Attraction: Rich variety of Fauna and Flora

Best Time To Visit: October to March

About The Sanctuary:

Blessed with dark green vegetation and a variety of wildlife species, the Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the East Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh. The sanctuary covers an area of 862 sq km and has the Kemeng River in the west and the Pakke River in the east. This sanctuary is popular with tourists as it houses a treasure of several wildlife species. The sanctuary protects the wildlife species such as tiger, leopard, clouded leopard, jungle cat, wild dog, fishing cat, jackal, bison, elephant, sambar, hog deer, barking deer, wild boar, flying squirrel and rhesus macaque.

Colourful birds
can be spotted in the sanctuary. Some of the birds found here are hornbill, white winged wood duck, jungle fowl, peacock pheasant, khaleej pheasant, dove, barbets, drongo, eagle and ducks. Other attraction in the sanctuary is reptiles. Python, Cobra and Krait can be seen here.

The vegetation of the sanctuary consists of a wide variety of floral species such as Hoolock (a huge tree), giant bamboos, orchids, pine, oaks, walnuts, spruce and rhododendrons.

How To Reach:

Air: Tezpur is the nearest airport.
Rail: The nearest railway station is at Rangpara. Buses and taxis are available here.
Road: Regular bus service from Tezpur make the Sanctuary easily accessible.


There are various accommodation options at the nearby places of the Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary. Forest rest house inside the sanctuary is the other exciting option for the tourists.


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