Changland landscape First slide

Changlang is situated in southeast Arunachal Pradesh at the Indo-Myanmar border. The region receives high rainfall and is made up of highlands and plains. Changlang is rich in wildlife and different kinds of flora. The Namdapha Tiger Reserve is located in this district. The Tais and Singpho people of Arunachal Pradesh reside here. The sun’s first rays on the Eastern mountain ranges is visible from here.

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Namdapha National Park and Tiger Reserve
Namdapha National Park and Tiger Reserve

This national park is spread over 1985.23 sq km and ascends in altitude from 200 m to 4500 m. It has a wide range of flora and fauna and houses wild species of tigers, leopards, snow leopards, Himalayan black bears, and elephants. Namdapha Park was declared a tiger reserve in 1983 by the government of India.

Tibetan Refugee Settlement Camp

Located 4 km away from Miao, the Tibetan Refugee Settlement Camp is the oldest Tibetan settlement camp in India. You can find beautifully produced cotton and woollen carpets made by them on display that can be also bought. 

Tibetan Refugee Settlement Camp
Nampong valley

The town of Nampong lies on the threshold of the Indo-Myanmar border. It is famously referred to as Hell Pass as it was extremely dangerous to cross this route during World War II. The historic Stilwell Road passes through here. The Lake of No Return is situated 12 km from Nampong. 

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