Nameri National Park and also a Tiger reserve under Project Tiger, located in the foothills of the Eastern Himalaya is one of the richest and most threatened reservoirs of plant and animal life in the world. The boundary adjoining its boundary with Balipara Reserve Forest to south, Pakke Wild life Sanctuary of neighboring state Arunachal Pradesh on North. The river Jia-Bhareli with its tributaries the Upper Dikorai, Nameri and Bor-Dikorai flow through the park. The park is beautiful with snow-capped Himalayan peaks visible on clear winter days.
Area: 344 sq. km core area of Nameri Tiger reserve including 200 sq. km National Park.
Altitude: 80 to 250 msl
Temperature: 5˚ to 35˚C
Rainfall: 2,000 to 3,000 mm
Vegetation: tropical evergreen, Semi-evergreen, moist deciduous forests with cane and bamboo brakes, tropical grassland, Riverine vegetation.
Best time to visit: November to April.
Mammals: This Park is also an ideal habitat for a host of other animals including the, the Asian Elephant, , Gaur, Wild Pigs, Sambar, Barking Deer, Hispid hare, Leopard, Clouded Leopard, Malayan Giant Squirrel, Assamese Macaque and Rhesus Macaque, Capped Langur, Dhole, Sloth Bear, Burmese ferret Badger, Binturong, tiger, jungle cat, fishing cat, , wild boar, Indian porcupine, Indian pangolin, flying squirrel etc.
Birds: located in the foothills of the Eastern Himalaya is one of the richest and most threatened reservoirs of plant and animal life in the world., Lesser Adjutant Stork, Greater spotted Eagle, Black Stork, Ibis bill , Large Whistling Teal, Common Mergernser, Red headed King Vulture, Long Billed Ring Plover, Hill Myna , Pin tailed green Pigeon, Brown Dipper, several numbers of warblers, bubblers, Kingfisher etc.