The region is a conglomeration of many Indian States. Typically referred as North East it is home to many wilderness pockets in shape of sanctuaries and National Parks. The region is home to some of the most endangered animal species like the one horned Indian rhino, red panda, golden langur, Himalyan black bear, tiger, clouded leopard, water buffalo, Hoolock gibbon and capped langur. The diverse habitats, undulating topography and large rivers shape a unique ecosystem which tourists and wildlife enthusiasts find interesting. The inescapable charm of panoramic landscape is alluring to the visitors.
The rhino has always been part of popular fables across the globe. Once spread in a very large area in Indian subcontinent it is now restricted to small pockets known as protected areas in India. Most successful rhino conservation has taken place at Kaziranga National Park and tiger reserve. It is home to more than two thousand rhinoceros surviving in a diverse habitat comprising of inundated alluvial tall grasslands, mixed and tropical semi evergreen forests. Brahmaputra the lifeline of the ecosystems has created many geographical features which support the tiger, Eastern swamp deer, water buffalo and the elephant.
Manas National Park is one of the most popular wildlife destinations in India. It is home to the Golden Langur, hispid hare, water buffalo, one horned rhinoceros, slow loris, gaur, tiger, barasingha and the Indian elephant. The Manas River is the lifeline of this ecosystems and accords pristine charm to the exotic land in North East State of Assam in India. The wildlife destination in Himalayan Foothills is a diverse habitat comprising of niche ecosystems that support rare and endangered flora and fauna. Manas is home to more than four hundred birds some of which like the Bengal Florican are endemic and rare.
Situated in Eastern Himalayas in Arunachal Pradesh of India the National Park is a biodiversity hotspot. The floral elements comprise of tropical moist evergreen, Montane and temperate forests. As the altitude rises it gives away to alpine forest.
Namdhapa is home to endangered and rare fauna like the Hoolock gibbon, snow and clouded leopard, red panda, tiger, red fox, spotted linsang, goral, hog deer, marbled, golden and fishing cats, binturong and many more. Among the bird species parrotbills, rufus necked hornbills, shrike babblers, puple cochoa, beautiful nuthatch, Ward's trogon, white winged wood duck, rufus throated and white checked hill partridges and Himalayan wood owl are the star attraction. A visit to these amazing North Eastern wonder will certainly assure the striking diversity of Indian landmass.