Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary

Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary

  • Kameng
  • Arunachal Pradesh
  • India
Amont Things to Do in Kameng
  • Best Time to Visit October - April
  • Area 862 km
  • Established 1966
  • Elevation 2,040 metres
  • Temperature 12 to 36 °C

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Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary, Kameng Overview

Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary lies in headquarters of Seijusa in the southwestern side of Arunachal Pradesh in India. Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary or Pakke Tiger Reserve is dark, deep and green. Little rivulets crossing the park and moving into narrow clearing filled with animals are amazing. The park bounded by Kemeng River in the west 7 North, Pakke River in the East iterate boundary with Assam in the south.

The area of present Pakke Tiger Reserve was originally constituted as Pakke Reserve Forest vide notification No.FOR/32/54 dated 01.07.1966 and was declared as Camo Sanctuary, dated 28.03.1977. Latterly, the park was declared, as Pakhui Wildlife sanctuary on 18.04.02, and finally it was declared, as Pakke Tiger Reserve (dated 23.04.02) under Project Tiger scheme of Government of India.

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