Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary

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    Location: Arunachal Pradesh 792001, India

    Visited time: 2-3 hours.

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    This Wildlife Sanctuary is a sanctuary situated in the Lohit District of North Eastern India state of Arunachal Pradesh. The sanctuary ‘Kamlang’ is named after the Kamlang river which flows through the park. In the sanctuary Mishmi, Digaru Mishmi, and Miju Mishmi tribal people reside around the boundary. Many wildlife creatures along with lakes show up in the Wildlife Sanctuary. The total area of the Sanctuary is 783 square kilometers.


     Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary is best AttractionThis Sanctuary is a popular place for visitors. There is a diverse atmosphere with a huge number of wildlife creatures. Every day a great number of visitors pay a visit to the sanctuary and enjoy passing the time there. The whole hilly surrounding with wildlife creatures, birds, trees, herb shrubs, and grasses along with the glowing lake and other water bodies make the place much more attractive to travelers.

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    This place is established in 1989, is the 50th tiger reserve in India. This sanctuary is rich with floral and faunal diversity and also this place is named after the Kamlang river which flows through it.

    Inside/Outside Views

    This Sanctuary has a large number of wildlife creatures. In the sanctuary, there is a lake called Glow lake; this lake is very much popular with travelers. In the sanctuary 61 species of animals, 105 bird species, and 20 species of reptiles are present. Huge numbers of animals in the sanctuary. Various species of Tigers, Leopard, Clouded Leopard, Snow Leopard, Hollock Gibbon, Stump tailed macaques, Elephant, Boar, Civets, Capped Langur, Hornbills, Deer, flying squirrels, etc are found. Six species of primate were found in the  Sanctuary out of the total 15 species found in India.Fornt side view of Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary

    In, the upper region of the park, there is alpine vegetation. In the lower region, there are foothills and green forests There lies a rich amount of flora and fauna. There are 150 species of trees and 49 species of orchids in the sanctuary. Moreover, an immense variety of grasses, shrubs, bamboo, and herbs are also found in the sanctuary. Different water bodies are passing through the sanctuary. Among them, Glow lake is the most popular with visitors. The total area of the glowing lake is 8 square kilometers with a circumference of 4-5 kilometers. Tribal people like Mishmi, Digaru Mishmi, and Miju Mishmi live their livelihoods in the sanctuary.

    Opening Hours

    This place is open 24 hours.

    Entry & Others Fees

    There is no entry fee in this place.

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    How to Reach

    By Road: From the Tinsukia city, the Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary is only 132 km away. It will take approximately 2 hours and 57 minutes to reach the sanctuary from Tinsukia city by car or bus.

    By Railway: The Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary is 140 km away from the New Tinsukia Junction. It will take approximately 2 hours 59 minutes from the station to reach the sanctuary.

    By Airport: The Dibrugarh Airport is 170 km away from the sanctuary, it will take around 3 hours 29 minutes to reach the destination

    Tips for Travellers

    You should carry a water bottle and some snacks


    Que-01: Is this place safe to visit?

    Ans: Yes this place is safe to visit.

    Que-02: Is photography allowed in this place?

    Ans: Yes photography is allowed there and it’s free of cost.

    Que-03: What is the best time to visit this Wild Sanctuary?

    Ans: Visitors can visit throughout the year but the best time to visit :

    October to April. 

    During that time the weather remains pleasant and it feels good to roam around the sanctuary

    Que-04: Who lives in this Wildlife Sanctuary?

    Ans: Tribal peoples Mishmi, Digaru Mishmi, and Miju Mishmi live in the Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary. Those people claim that they were of descent from King Rukmo. They believe in an invisible God known as Suto Phenkhenynon Jamila.

    Que-05: How many days in a week this place remains open?

    Ans: This place remains open all day a week.

    We wish you all the best for your journey. Happy Travel!!!

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