Book Now – Nameri National Park & Tiger Reserve

Nameri National Park, spanning 200 square kilometers, is one of Assam’s most scenic national parks, with the Jia Bhoroli River flowing through its midst. Situated on the eastern border of Assam, it lies in the valley and mountainous region adjoining Arunachal Pradesh. Initially established as a sanctuary in 1985 covering 137 square kilometers, it gained national park status in 1998. Nameri is a haven for endangered species such as the white-winged wood duck, sloth bear, tiger, leopard, clouded leopard, sambar, gaur, Indian wild dog, and four varieties of hornbills, among numerous other bird species.

Nameri is also renowned for its large elephant population. Due to diminishing forest cover, these elephants sometimes venture into nearby villages, drawing significant attention from wildlife conservationists worldwide.

Nameri National Park


  • Mammals: Tiger, Leopard, Clouded Leopard, Elephant, Gaur, Wild Pigs, Sambar, Barking Deer, Hispid Hare, Slow Loris, Capped Langur, Dhole, Sloth Bear, Burmese Ferret Badger, Binturong.


  • Birds: White-Winged Wood Duck, Palla’s Fish-Eagle, Lesser Adjutant Stork, Greater Spotted Eagle, White-Rumped Vulture, Long-Billed Vulture, Black-Bellied Tern, Rufous-Necked Hornbill, Wreathed Hornbill, Great Pied Hornbill.


  • Turtles: Assam Roofed Turtle, Indian Softshell Turtle, Indian Flapshell Turtle, Keeled Box Turtle, Southeast Asian Leaf Turtle.
  • Snakes and Lizards: Common Blind Snake, Myanmarese Python, Indian Cobra, King Cobra, Pit Viper, Monitor Lizard.

Nameri National Park Tour

How to Reach Nameri National Park

By Air : The nearest airport is situated at Tezpur, which is 34 kms. away from the park. The other airport is located at Guwahati, 220 kms.

By Train : The nearest railhead is Rangapara, situated 25 kms away from Nameri National Park.

By Road : Regular buses ply to and from Tezpur, which is well connected with all the major cities of Assam.


    Best Time to Visit : November to April is the best time for visit in Nameri national park.

    Clothing : Woolen in winter, light cotton in would be suitable in Summer.

    Accommodation : Eco Camp, Nameri