Nameri Eco Camp is located around 50 kilo meters from Tezpur and about 1 kilo meter from the banks of Jiaa Bhorelli wild resort river. Nameri Eco Camp provides with the shortest route into the National Park, Assam.

The entire place is set amidst with the dense green environment. There are luxury tents for traveler’s accommodation. Food is served at a common dining hall.

It is located in the district of Sonitpur. The Nameri is the third National Park of Assam. The Pakhui Sanctuary of Arunachal Pradesh adjoins the park on its Northern Eastern point.

The area is a crisscrossed by the river Jia Bhoroli and its tributaries. The inaccessibility and continuity with neighbouring forest areas have even helped the wildlife of Nameri to flourish.

Activities :

The best way to reach the Nameri eco-park is by car. You can easily hire a taxi or cab from Tezpur, which will cost you around 500 Rs. In case you do not have the budget to travel by the help of a car, then you can opt to travel by the state bus.

Some of the significant activities that can be undergone in the Nameri National Park are the Nameri river rafting and Jungle Walk.

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Nameri National Park

1. Nameri River Rafting:

The rafting fee per person is around INR 50, which does not include the fees charged for carrying a video camera or camera. The entry fee for the foreign nationals is more than what is charged for Indian Nationals, that is INR 500, with a per boat fee of around INR 300.

The Nameri eco camp tariff organises river rafting for its tourist in the river of Jia Bharali. The camp even organisers will even assist you in having a picnic along the banks of the river, which is something that every tourist in today’s world enjoys.

2.Jungle Walk:


The Eco camp also organises 3 hours walk along with the armed guards for the protection of its tourists. The walk is commenced early in the morning, which gives you a massive chance of spotting wild animals like tiger and lion.

The walk is organised around the banks of the river Jia Bharali which even involves crossing the river in a boat and then later completing an entire round across the forest. It is a must-do activity for the thrill-seekers.

How to reach Nameri National Park ?

The best way to reach the Nameri National Park is by a car as the forest is well connected to the national highways.

How to reach by Flight ?

The nearest airport to Nameri National Park is the Tezpur airport. All the flights available are connecting flights. You can quickly get direct flights from any major city of India to Tezpur, from there then you can easily book a cab or taxi to it.

How to reach by Train ?

The nearest railway station is the Tezpur Railway station. It even receives trains from all across the country. Some of the few local trains are also available.

How to reach by bus ?

State bus service is available. One can easily take a flight to Tezpur and then take a bus from there to Nameri National Park. If you take a bus from Guwahati which even makes the route from NH 15, then it will take you approx. Five hours 13 minute, which is a distance of around 200 km.

How to reach by road ?

The National Park is a very well connected to the National highways. Thus, you can easily reach your destination by taxi or cab from Guwahati which will take you around 5 hours.

Accommodation and Food in Nameri National park

As it is a National Park, so there are not many hotels and resorts for tourists to stay in. The only Nameri National Park accommodation is the Nameri Eco Camp. Or else you can even live in Nameri resort or Awoo resort which is available at a nearby place of the park.

As it is a National Park, not many resorts and hotels are available for a tourist to stay in. The only accommodation available in Nameri National park is the Nameri Eco Camp.

It is advisable that you book a spot in their camp at least a 100 days before your day of visiting the place. The camp usually stays fully booked during weekends, hence getting a room can be quite difficult.

The food served in the camp is influenced by Assamese cuisine. The most common dishes that is served is the Mashor Tenga, Bhat, Daal, Aalu Pitaka, Mangkhor Jhul, etc.

The cuisine mainly involves various preparations of fish and pork although some vegetarian dishes are also served along with it.

Best Season to visit Nameri National Park

The best time to visit the Nameri National Park is from November to March. The winter months are pleasant at the time of day time and weather is normally dry, except for the rains during the April and October.

Assam can also get extremely cold, and temperatures drop to even a single digit in the month of April and December.

Sessa Orchid Sanctuary

Arunachal Pradesh is known for its high rich natural wildlife, and Sessa Orchid Sanctuary is a must-visit an attraction that is situated on the West Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh.

It is dotted with more 250 orchids. You can feel the scenic beauty of the landscape here in the Sessa Orchid Sanctuary.

This park is spread around 100 sq. KM between the Bhalukpong and Bomdila, it is filled with the lush greenery with the colorful orchids. It will be hard to forget the pleasant places for the nature lovers for its spellbinding sight and attractive sanctuary.

Sessa Orchid Sanctuary along with several varieties of Orchids is of different sizes and colors as well. The reserve has more than 200 cultivated orchids of 100 different species leaving all the tourists amazed.

This sanctuary houses many species of Orchids that are ornamental, rare, and endangered. The sanctuary also houses serow, pheasants and red panda. And it is inhabited by three tribes of Arunachal Pradesh like Mijis, Akas, and Sherdukpans.

Arunachal Pradesh is a gem for those who are also interested in floriculture and hence a perfect destination to spend your holiday in the natural environment.

Best time to visit Sessa Orchid Sanctuary

Sessa Orchid Sanctuary is best visited at the time of October and April.

Hotels Around Sessa Orchid Sanctuary

Accommodation facilities are available near the Sanctuary. You can go to a Forest Rest House in PWD and Tipi Inspection Bungalows at Bhalukpong and Tenga.

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