Nokrek National Park, Cherrapunji
Nokrek National Park, Cherrapunji - Address, Phone Number
Address: Tura, Meghalaya 794001
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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About Nokrek National Park, Cherrapunji
Nokrek National Park in Meghalaya is one of the last remaining sanctuaries of the red pandas. The national park is also classified as a Biosphere Reserve and was added to UNESCO’s Biosphere Reserve list in 2009. Apart from pandas, another important animal that is found in the national park is the Asian elephant. You can also spot tigers, eight species of cats including the marbled cat, the rare stump tailed macaque, pig-tailed macaque, Hoolock Gibbons and seven species of primates. Many species of birds can also be spotted here and the national park is considered to be an important bird area.
The most popular places to visit in the national park are the Nokrek Peak and Ronbang Dare Waterfalls. The point till which tourists are allowed near the Ronbang Dare Waterfalls is a great place to click photographs.
Nokrek National Park Information
- Take adequate care of your photographic equipment as spray of water from the waterfalls could cause damage.
How To reach Nokrek National Park by Public Transport
- Hire a taxi from Cherrapunjee city centre.
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The place is one of its kind in entire Meghalaya #GaroHills...calm climate with beautiful scenery...paradise on earth...
It is a natural beauty of Garo Hills.it is also the highest peak in Garo Hills with full of wild animals and medicinal plants.
its a beautiful place...
One of the best places ever in India. Love it
Great place for trekking, but beware of leeches.