Nameri National Park in Assma covers the area of 344 sqkms . The park is a great combination of green forest and wetlands traversed by Jia-Bhoroli river. Once the river was famous for angling the Golden Mahasheer during the British Raj however now angling is banned within the park allowing flourishing the fish population.

Since the jeep safaris are not there in the park it offers the great opportunities to explore the park on foot accompanied by armed forest guard. There are two watchtowers inside the park where one can stop to take the surroundings in.

Walking, Tracking River Rafting
Nameri has considerable population of elephants including the Tiger, Leopard, Sambar, Wild Dogs, Pygmy Hogs, Muntjac, Sloth Bear, Himalayan Black Bear and Indian Giant Squeirrel etc.
With over 300 bird species birders enjoy the sightings of wreathed hornbill, Great Pied Hornbill, Blackstork, Ibis bill, Blue-Bearded Bee Eater etc.


Nameri Eco Camp

The camp was set up in 1994 for nature lover and wildlife enthusiast by joint efforts of the Department of Forest and Assam Angling and Conservation Association. The camp is located close to scenic Jia-Bhoroli river and considered the paradise for birders.
It has 11 twin bedded jungle tents and cottages with attached toilet and also offers the accommodation with sharing toilets.
The Camp canteen provides basic simple wholesome food suitable for all palates.
A wonderful place for nature lovers who can manage with basic clean facilities.

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