Ntangki National Park, Nagaland

Ntangki National Park is an impressive wildlife park in Peren district of Nagaland. This remains one of the most beautiful parks in North East spreading over a distance of 200 sq km. The park is blessed with thick forest covers which make an ideal home for the world of wild. This park was founded by the British administrators in the year 1923.

Flora & Fauna
Ntangki National Park is a beautiful abode of nature with abundance of flora and fauna. Take a safari experience through the park to explore 350 species of wild orchids growing here. The park also acts home to numerous species of animals like Hoolock Gibbon, Palm Civets, Sloth Bear, Wild Dogs, Golden Langur, Tiger, etc. The hill sanctuary also acts home to the rare and endangered Blyth’s Tragopan, which is a globally threatened bird. Its sight is very rare and every cameraman loves to capture it. For those having a fascination for bird watching, a visit to the Ghosu Bird Sanctuary is must. Here you can spot numerous species of beautiful birds, including Spot-breasted Scimitar Babbler, Spot-breasted Scimitar, Rufescent Prinia, etc.

Travelers must also include Fakim Sanctuary to their wildlife expedition. It is situated on the India-Myanmar border and is beautified with twisty brooks and narrow valleys. Fakim Sanctuary acts home to numerous animal species like tiger, slender, loris, panther, Himalayan bear, jungle cat barking deer, etc. If you have time, you can also include Nagaland Zoological Park of Dimapur in your travel itinerary too.

Best Time to Visit
The best time to visit the National Park is November-February. While during summer months the temperature ranges between 16 and 31 degree Celsius, during winters it drops as low as 4 degree Celsius.  

How to Reach:
By Air:  The nearest airport is located at Dimapur.
By Rail: The nearest railway station is also at Dimapur.
By Road: The state Nagaland is well linked to Guwahati and Assam via road. 


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