Features of Palak Wildlife Sanctuary
Palak Wildlife Sanctuary is known for its captivating natural beauty adorned with towering hills and soaring silver clouds. During monsoons, the thundering and heavy rain renders it a mesmerizing visage. Another delightful sight is created by the clouds gliding over the hills and the valleys. Palak Wildlife Sanctuary is the home to a vast variety of mammalian life including Leopards, Big Cats such as Tigers, Elephant and many others. It also hosts some of the most beautiful species of birds and a huge populace of insects, amphibians and reptiles. Palak Lake in the sanctuary hosts numerous gorgeous fishes. The natural splendour of the forest is further enhanced by the plethora of flowering plants. It is also the home to a number of medicinal plants.
Tourism in Palak Wildlife Sanctuary
Palak Wildlife Sanctuary is a virgin forest and is regarded to be a precious ecosystem gifted with a rich biodiversity. Apart from cherishing the enthralling yet serene forest ambience, other major attractions of Palak Wildlife Sanctuary is the Palak Lake, the vivacious wildlife dwelling in the sanctuary and a variety of vibrant Orchids. The areas surrounding the Palak Lake have been developed as alluring tourist spot with a resort and a number of water sports facilities.
Palak Wildlife Sanctuary forms one of the most alluring tourist spots in India. It has a good accessibility through railways, airways and roadways. The nearest major airport is at Shillong which is connected to all the important Indian cities. Silchar is the nearest railway station while National Highway 54 connects Aizwal with the rest of the country through Silchar.