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Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary (Pakke Tiger Reserve)

Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary
Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary
Pakhui is a Wildlife Sanctuary and a dedicated Tiger Reserve also known as the Pakke Tiger Reserve, which is situated in the district of East Kameng in Arunachal Pradesh, India. This tiger reserve and sanctuary is one of the principle attractions of the state, which has dark green vegetation and a wide variety of wildlife species. This beautiful sanctuary covers an area of 862 sq km and has the Kameng River in the west and the Pakke River in the east.

Pakhui Wildlife Species

This sanctuary is popular with tourists and has several wildlife species such as tiger, leopard, clouded leopard, jungle cat, marbled cat, wild dog, fishing cat, jackal, bison, elephant, sambar, hog deer, barking deer, wild boar, flying squirrel and rhesus macaque.

Birds & Reptiles

This gorgeous sanctuary is home to a wide variety of colorful birds like hornbill, white winged wood duck, jungle fowl, peacock pheasant, khaleej pheasant, dove, barbets, drongo, eagle and ducks. Other attraction in the sanctuary is reptiles. Python, Cobra and Krait can be seen here.

Vegetation

Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary vegetation consists of a wide variety of floral species such as Hoolock (a huge tree), giant bamboos, orchids, pine, oaks, walnuts, spruce and rhododendrons.

How to Reach

Air: Tezpur is the nearest airport.

Rail: The nearest railway station is at Rangpara.

Road: Regular bus service from Tezpur make the Sanctuary easily accessible.

Accommodations

Accommodations at Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary include jungle resorts, Govt guest houses and forest rest houses.