Kamala Reserve Forest, Arunachal Pradesh
Kamala Reserve Forest is one of the most popular wildlife sanctuaries of Arunachal Pradesh. Along with flora and fauna, it is also a popular spot among bird lovers.
(Last Updated on : 12/10/2019)
Kamala Reserve Forest is one of the most popular wildlife sanctuaries
located in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh
city. The reserve forest is rich in flora and fauna
. It is also a popular spot for tourists and bird lovers. Tourists also like to visit to Meghna cave temple, Daporijo Good Shepherd church etc, which are located near to the reserve forest. It is a popular spot for trekking
among tourists as well.
Visiting Information to Kamala Reserve Forest
The best time to visit the reserve forest is from December to February. Kamala Reserve Forest is located near Daporijo city. One can reach there by a vehicle from the city. Silapathar Railway Station
and Daporijo Airport
are the nearest to the reserve forest. National Highway
27 connects Daporijo to other parts of the country.
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