Balphakram National Park, Meghalaya

Balpakram National Park in the state of Meghalaya is one of the popular and visited national parks in the country. It was established as a National Park in the year of 1985. The park is known for housing an extensive species of fauna and flora. It rests in the heart of the Garo Hills and is around 3000 meters above sea level. Travelers visit here from all parts of the world to savor its remarkable hues of nature and wildlife.

Rich Flora & Fauna
Balphakram National Park is often termed as an "abode of perpetual winds" and also the "land of spirits." Here you will find extensive vegetation which mostly consists of sub tropical and deciduous trees. A wide range of flora and fauna awaits you at the Balphakram National Park. A safari amidst the park treats you with vistas of tropical vegetation apart from numerous animals like elephants, deer, etc. The park is known for housing the golden cat and the barking deer. Apart from this, the park also acts home to many mammals, reptiles and birds. Baboons and monkeys are commonly spotted in all parts of the Balphakram National Park.

Balphakram National Park is blessed with many rivers and lakes making its outlook even more mesmerizing. Numerous bird species can be seen around these lakes chirping happily.

The best time to enjoy a safari experience at the Balphakram National Park is from the months of October to March when the region receives very little rainfall. During these months, animals flock close to water resources to gratify their thirst for water. 

How to Reach:
By Air:  Nearest airport is Guwahati airport, around 220 Km from the Balpakram National Park. 
By Rail: Nearest railway station is Guwahati railway station.
By Road: The Park is well linked to all major cities and places by an extensive road network.

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