Arunachal Pradesh: A Kaleidoscope
Snow leopard. Clouded Leopard. Just a leopard. Tigers. Black bears. Indian Wild Dogs. Wolves. Giant squirrels. Otters. Slow Loris. And a lot more. And you can trek in the park.
What iO thinks
Namdapha National Park lies in the Eastern end of Arunachal Pradesh bordering Myanmar. This is the link between Indian Wildlife and South-East Asian Wildlife. The abundance of rain and rivers that flow through Namdapha make for dense forests. Moreover, with the cold mountains folding in the warm humid valleys, there are different types of forests in the Park making it a significant part of the Eastern Himalayan Biodiversity Hotspot. You will definitely have stories to tell back home if you trek through this region.