glorious natural paradise, the Nanda Devi National Park in
Uttaranchal India is a fascinating Himalayan wilderness
populated with a large concentration of wild animals and
Flanked by a deep gorge, breathtaking mountains,
chaperoned by snow-capped Himalayan heights, the Nanda
Devi National Park in Uttaranchal is an un spoilt
paradise, an untouched and surreal forest world set far
apart from human settlements.
Nanda Devi forests cloak 630 square kilometers of
Himalayan ridges, grounds and valleys that offer
delightfully green natural habitats for wild animals to
languor in freedom. The Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve
Uttaranchal India encompasses within its area the Nanda
Devi Biosphere Reserve and the exotic valley of flowers.
Spot Himalayan musk deer, tahr, serow, bharals, snow
leopards, black bears, brown bears and other mountain
animals. Enjoy bird watching and experience the sheer joy
of being able to recognize exotic bird species such as
rose finches, gresbreaks, warblers and ruby throats in the
midst of spectacular rhododendron, juniper, birch and fir
forests on a Nanda Devi National Park wildlife tour.
The Nanda Devi National Park in Uttaranchal India is well
connected to Rishikesh, Dehradun, Nainital, Almora and
Haridwar. The nearest railhead is situated at Rishikesh
and the nearest airport is located at a distance of 221
kilometers at Jollygrant, Uttaranchal India.