Pakhui - Tourist Places of Arunachal Pradesh

About Pakhui

The area of this sanctuary is 862 km. Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary falls under East Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh surrounded by Kameng River and Pakke River. The forest is filled with wide and colourful varieties of animals and birds. Animals that can be found inside the forest reserve are Tiger, leopard, clouded Leopard, jungle cat, wild dog Jackal, Himalayan Black Bear, Biturong, Elephant, Gaur, Samber, Hog deer, Barking Deer, Wilboar, Yellow throated martin, Malayan Giant, squirrel, Flying squirrel, squirrel, civet, capped langur, Rhesus macaque, Assamese Macaque, Bison etc.
The sanctuary is also termed as "Pakke Tiger Reserve", as it conserves the Bengal Tiger and a few other tigers.


How to reach

By Road: From there you can head for the Sanctuary by road. The sanctuary is also well connected to Bhalukpong via road. 
By Train: If you travel by train Rangapara rail station can be a halt. 
By Air: The nearest airport to this popular sanctuary is at Tezpur. You have to hire a car from there to reach in this amazing land.


Accommodations available at Pakhui




Pakhui ( Image Courtesy - Google )

Search For Accommodations


Search Map


  • When to visit
  • The ideal time to experience the huge variety of flora and fauna is between October to April. It is open from morning to early evening.

  • What to Eat
  • Rice, noodles, meat, vegetables.

  • Attractions
  • - Tezpur, Guwahati are weekend gateways from East Kameng. 
    - See rural Seijusa village and khari in your trip to Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary.
    - Visitors may sight Tiger, leopard, clouded Leopard, jungle cat, wild dog Jackal, Himalayan Black Bear, Biturong, Elephant etc.

     

  • Activities

© Copyright Long Journey. All Rights Reserved.