Parshuram Kund and Glow Lake at Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary in Arunachal Pradesh

Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in Lohit District, Arunachal Pradesh, India.

Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary
Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary.

Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary is spread over an area of around 783 square kilometers. This Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1989. Kamlang River flows through the sanctuary and hence got its name. Glow Lake at an altitude of around 5,000 feet, spread over 8 square kilometers, accessible only by trekking, is the major lake inside this sanctuary.

Parshuram Kund or Parashurama Kunda, a famous Hindu pilgrimage center, is situated inside this wildlife sanctuary.

Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary is rich in flora and fauna. Leopard, clouded leopard, tiger and snow leopard; the four big cat species, can be found here in this protected wildlife sanctuary. Around 150 tree species are found in this sanctuary. Around 61 mammal species, 20 reptile species and 105 bird species are found here in this protected wildlife park.

How Do I Go to Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary?

Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary is situated near to Wakro town. Namsai town is at around 70 kilometers from Wakro town. Tinsukia and Dibrugarh has the nearest railway station and airport respectively.

Guwahati Town is the nearest major town to Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary, which is connected to the rest of the country by road, train and flight services.

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