Himalayans are the highest as well as the longest mountain ranges in the entire world. These ranges are home to numerous endangered animals as one third of all mountain animals live here. The Himalayan mountain ranges spread over 1500 miles long and 250 miles wide and which includes most of the Nepal, Bhutan, South Tibet and the top most of North India. And the entire Himalayan ranges are divided into the Greater, Lesser and the outer Himalayans. Owing to such varied topography Himalayans depicts some of the rare plants and endangered species of animals
It is said if you want to explore the actual flora and fauna then there is no place on the earth other than the Himalayans. Different regions have different kinds of forests and animals suited to the climatic conditions of that region. The Himalayan region is home to forests such as Sal, Teak and Shisham are mostly seen and as the altitudes increase the terrain changes to Pine, Oak, Deodar, Fir, Birch, Juniper and Rhododendron trees. You will also see some of the rarest flowers in the Himalayan religion along with the varied wildlife’s.
Wildlife in the Himalayans is home to Elephants, Deer, Wild Boar, Tigers etc. One can also find Mountain Goats, Crocodiles, Tibetan Sheep and pythons occupying this region. As you move to higher altitudes you may witness some rare species like Snow Leopard, Blue Sheep, Musk Deer, and Tibetan Bear etc.
North East India is one of the fascinating regions which has diverse Himalayan wildlife, truly it is another world which summons the entire image of the rich flora and fauna and thus making the North East India a great place to plan for wildlife tour. Come for Himalayan wildlife tour in this region and encounter with wilderness by viewing some of the endangered wildlife animals and their natural surroundings. Some of the prime Himalayan Wildlife Sanctuaries are:
Kaziranga National Park – Kaziranga National Park is located in the Golaghat district and partly in Nagaon District of Assam. It is the oldest park in the Assam which covers an area of 430 sq Km along River Brahmaputra on the North and the Karbi Anglong Hills on the south. The Great One Horned Rhinocers, tall Elephants, tigers, panthers, bears and numerous birds. The best time to visit this park is considered to be November to April. Jeep Safari and Elephant rides are available from November to April in this park.
Itanagar Wildlife Sanctuary – The Itanagar Wildlife Sanctuary is located at Naharlagun near Itanagar, the capital of Arunachal Pradesh. Home to wide variety of flora and fauna is as well renowned for having different species of Orchids. One of the chief sources of to maintain ecological balance, the sprawling sanctuary offers habitat to contrasting breeds such as macaque, capped Langur, hoolock, gibbon and slow loris. October to April is considered to be the best time to visit this wildlife.
Rowa Wildlife Sanctuary - The Tripura Rowa Wildlife Sanctuary houses more than 150 breed of birds, wildlife beasts and primates. The sanctuary with ample of forests reserves, including both botanical and zoological is worth a visit. It is the absolute destination for the tourists, who are more fascinated towards eco-tourism. The forests is affluent with an ample amount of bread-and-butter plants such as alleviative and aromatic, amusement fodders, fruit bearing trees, oil-seed bearing trees, spices and orchids and more accessory plants. This wildlife sanctuary can be visited throughout the year.
These are some of the wildlife parks and sanctuaries which have retain the affluent flora and fauna, some of which are rare and some of which are on the verge of extinct. Himalayan wildlife trip offers venerable opportunity to adore memorable tour to the assorted exotic wildlife parks and sanctuaries and visit with the wildlife beast or have words with the colorful birds in their natural habitats.