Mouling National Park

Mouling National Park was established in 1982 with an objective to create a favourable habitat for plants and animals. It is located in the right bank of river Siang covering an area of 483 Sq. KM. This park is a reserved house for diverse flora and fauna. The vegetation of the area varies according to the altitude. Temperate alpine and coniferous forest at the upper reaches whereas the lower area is covered with tropical evergreen forest. Ornamental plants like foxtail, orchids are abundant in this area. The park has also an impressive area of animals and birds. Many endangered species like takins, snowclouded leopard, golden languor, hornbill, monal scalater, serrow are spotted here. And many more species are there which are yet to be identified and recorded. One can venture into this park during winter season by seasonal trekking path from Bomdo and Ramsing villages. Inside the sanctuary, there are many attractive waterfalls. Dabung Waterfall and Nirbung Waterfall are two of them. This park is thoroughly a dreamland for trekkers and animal & bird lovers.

  • What to see? : Rare birds, animals, orchids, waterfalls, etc.
  • Best season for visit : October to 1st week of January.

Photo Gallery

  • Hiyalayan Takin grazing grass at Mouling National Park
  • Foxtail – The State Flower at Mouling National Park
  • Foxtail orchard blossoming in the wild
  • Elephant living in the Mouling National Park at Jengging

How to Reach :

By Air

Nearest Airport is Pasighat Airport

By Train

Nearest Railway Station is Murkongselek Railway Station

By Road

Guwahati to Pasighat to Yingkiong to Mouling National Park