List of National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuary in Nagaland

This updated list provide info on National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries located in Nagaland. Find the best time to visit, weather overview and other information.  Across the world National Park is a protected region which is reserved strictly for the development and betterment of the biodiversity and wildlife. It is that place where certain activities like poaching, forestry, cultivation, grazing, hunting, etc. are not at all permitted. Rights of private ownership are also not allowed in any national park. The emphasis is provided on the storing of floral and faunal species. But, in wildlife sanctuaries, private ownership rights are permitted as long as the activities do not hamper the well- being of the wild animals.

Wildlife Sanctuary in Nagaland

 

Nagaland is an amazingly beautiful which possesses both wildlife sanctuaries and national parks. So, for your convenience, here is a brief discussion about some of the protected regions of Nagaland.

Weather Overview

Sr. No. Month Temperature
1 January 11-24 Degree Celsius
2 February 11-28 Degree Celsius
3 March 14-30 Degree Celsius
4 April 14-30 Degree Celsius
5 May 18-31 Degree Celsius
6 June 20-35 Degree Celsius
7 July 22-37 Degree Celsius
8 August 24-36 Degree Celsius
9 September 25-35 Degree Celsius
10 October 18-36 Degree Celsius
11 November 11-32 Degree Celsius
12 December 5-23 Degree Celsius

Intanki National Park

Intanki National Park

It received official declaration in the year 1993 and is spread on a total area of 202.02 sq. km. Intanki national park, also known as Ntangki national park is the protected home of various wildlife such as golden langur, hoolock gibbon, tiger, palm civets, sloth bear, flying squirrel, python, monitor lizard, black stork, wild dogs, etc. The whole park consists of semi tropical, fresh green trees. Visitors who are in love with an adventurous life must visit this park as it a unique place for trekking, camping and sightseeing. Cliffs, valleys and mountains present within the park attracts more tourists.

Pulie Badze wildlife sanctuary

Pulie Badze wildlife sanctuary

One of the most essential and attractive catchment area of the Kohima town is the PUlie Badze wildlife sanctuary. Visitors who are willing to spend some time in this wildlife reserve may also visit the two other features adjacent to this sanctuary, namely Japfu Peak and Dzuku Valley. This sanctuary is standing on an area of nearly 9 sq. km. and is a great place for wandering among the lush green nature.

Fakim wildlife sanctuary

Fakim wildlife sanctuary

Fakim WS possessing a total are of 642 hectares is situated near the India Myanmar border in Nagaland’s Pungro circle headquarter. If you have the wish to watch varied landscapes, then you must visit this sanctuary as this place consists of high ridges, hills, narrow valleys and deep gorges. The green vegetation and meadows of this sanctuary is the reserve house of fauna including panther, slender, tiger, Himalayan bear, etc. You must not miss the wide variety of bird species present here like jungle fowl, great hornbill, etc. The best time for planning a visit to this place is from October to March.

Sr. No. Wild Life Sancturies Area(In Sq. Kms.)     Establishment
1. Intanki National Park 202.02 1993
2. Fakim Wildlife Sanctuary 6.4 1980
3. Puliebadze Wildlife Sanctuary 9.23 1980
4. Rangapahar Wildlife Sanctuary 4.7 1986

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