Every wildlife enthusiast’s dream and birdwatcher’s paradise, Nameri National Park is located in the foothills of eastern Himalayas in Sonitpur district. Home to many wild elephants, Nameri is also a tiger reserve. The park is a haven for around 400 bird species including the endangered white winged wood duck. Other avian species include blue-eared Kingfisher, great, wreathed and rufous-necked hornbills, hill blue flycatcher, red-throated pipit, slender billed oriole and white-crowned forktail. Exotic flora is yet another attraction of Nameri.
Tezpur airport, 37 km south of Nameri National Park, is the nearest. Tezpur Airport connects directly to Kolkata, Silchar and Guwahati. Tourist buses and taxis are available from the airport to reach Nameri.
Rangapara, 25 km south of Nameri National Park, is the nearest railway station. Rangapara connects to Guwahati.
Nameri National Park falls on the Bomdila Highway which connects Guwahati, Nameri and Tawang (Arunachal Pradesh). Nameri National Park is well connected by an bus from Guwahati, Tezpur and Nagaon.