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Nameri National Park

Some 40 km away from Tezpur, the 212 sq km sprawling Nameri National Park opens up. It is famous for Tiger, Elephant, rare species of birds and rare species of fish in Jia Bharali river. Nameri provides a diverse flora and fauna. The most famous white winged wood-duck (Deo Hanhs) is found here. Besides these other animals found here are Black Bear, many types of deer’s, butterflies, fishes, elephants etc.

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Eco Camp

Near Bhalukpung and in close vicinity of Nameri National Park is the Eco-camp set-up and run by an NGO. The camp provides accommodation, food, elephant rides, angling and rafting in Jia Bharali at a reasonable price.

Bura Chapori Wild Life Sanctuary

Bura Chapari is an old sandbank which has turned permanent, in the mighty Brahmaputra and like the famous Kaziranga National Park housed mammals, reptiles and birds and plays host to a host of migrants who can feed and move around here. Major part of the sanctuary is covered by grassland with patches of water bodies and woodland, strip of plantations created during the past has helped to create- barriers around the sanctuary. The mammalian species it harbours are Tiger, Elephant, Wild Buffalos, Hog Deer, Wild Boar besides bird species like Bengal Florican, Black Necked Stork, Open Billed Stork, White eyed Pochard, Millard, Spot Bill, Large Whistling Teal and many others. It is 40 km away from Tezpur Town.

Angling at Jia Bharali river

In search of the prized Golden Mahseer, Angling became one of the most sought after activity at Nameri. Today, although the fish is endangered and complete conservation efforts are being taken in the state, many enthusiasts still enjoy leisurely angling in the river for other fish. The entire area is managed by the Assam Bhorelli Angling and Conservation Association, angling takes place between the months of October to March.

  • Near Co-Operative, Middle Sichey Gangtok, East Sikkim, India, 737101