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Nameri National Park

Nature trails through thick jungle and dry riverbeds, organised by forest authorities and accompanied by forest guard, offers the visitors for bird watching. Bird life is varied and abundant with nearly 400 species finding their way into an ever-expanding checklist. Nameri's most important avian residents are the White-winged Ducks.

Other key birds include White-cheeked Partridge, Great, Wreathed, and Rufous-necked Hornbills, Ruddy, Blue-eared, and Oriental Dwarf

Kingfishers, Oriental Hobby, Amur Falcon, Jerdon's and Black Baza, Pallas's, Grey-headed, and Lesser Fish Eagles, Silver-backed Needletail, Mountain Imperial Pigeon, Blue-naped Pitta, Slender-billed Oriole, Hill Blue Flycatcher, White-crowned Forktail, Sultan Tit, Black-bellied Tern, Jerdon's Babbler, Rufous-backed Sibia, Yellow-bellied Flowerpecker, Red-throated Pipit, Long-billed Plover and Ibisbill.

Nameri National Park

Rafting in the gentle rapids of the Jia-Bhoroli river meant for the entire family are essentially enjoyable float trips. River-rafting is a popular and pleasant way to see birds like Ibisbill and Long-billed Plover. The river rafting is allowed in south east of the park on river-The rafting usually starts 13 kms. upstream and takes about 3 hours to complete without halts.

Best season for visit : November to April.

Suggested itinerary .

Nameri National Park

DAY 01: Arrive Eco-Camp, Potasali / Prashaanti Cottages, Bhalukpong / Wild Mahseer by 12 Noon. After early lunch cross the river Jia Bhorolli by country boat and then short walking tour inside the forest accompanied by forest guard. Visitors have to exit the park before sunset. Overnight at Eco-Camp, Potasali / Prashaanti Cottages, Bhalukpong / Wild Mahseer.

DAY 02: Early morning (around 5.30am) cross the river Jia Bhorolli by country boat and then walk inside the forest (about 3 kms approx) walking tour inside the forest accompanied by forest guard. Option of carrying packed breakfast and lunch.

Nameri National Park

Optional: Return for breakfast. After breakfast rafting on Jia Bhorolli river. Possible sighting of Ibisbills while rafting, though sighting of white winged wood ducks need luck and time, also note that animal sightings in Nameri is very sparse. On a clear sunny day one can see the majestic snow capped mountains of the Eastern Himalayas and possible sightings of the Indian Pied Hornbills especially in the evenings between 5-6 pm when they return from the jungle and fly across the river overhead.

DAY 03: After breakfast leave for Bomdila-Dirang-Tawang or to Kaziranga or to Guwahati airport.