Nanda Devi National Park | wildlife sanctuary Uttarakhand

The Nanda Devi national park is located in the optimum of Nanda Devi, 7,817 m above from the sea level in the Uttarakhand. Nanda Devi is also a second highest mountain peak of India. This wildlife sanctuary was recognized in 1982 and in 1988 this place is included in UNESCO’s world heritage site.

Nanda Devi national park has extended over 630.33 km2 and together with valley of flower is integrated in the Nanda Devi Biosphere Source amassing a secured place of 863.61 sq mi, which is enclosed by a shield area of 1,987.87 sq mi. This place is an aspect of the UNESCO Globe System of Biosphere Supplies since 2004.
Nanda devi
Nanda devi

The Nanda Devi national park includes a sanctuary, a glacial sink enclosed by a band of mountains between 6,000 meters and 7,500 m great, and cleared by the Ganga through the Rishi Ganga Stuff, an extreme, almost impassable defile. The whole park can be found at a stage of more than 3,500 m above mean sea stage.

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This wildlife sanctuary is very rich fauna, according to the survey in 1993 there are more than 114 species are available in this sanctuary some bigger animals are Himalayan musk deer, serow and Himalayan tahr and Tiger. Gorals are not founded within reserve area. 

In Nanda Devi national park Carnivores are showed by Snow leopard, Himalayan bear and perhaps also brownish bear. Languors are discovered within the park, whereas rhesus macaque is known to happen in the nearby places of the park. 
Musk Deer in Nanda Devi national park

Activities to enjoy in Nanda Devi national park: – 
Trekking and rock climbing are the most common wildlife adventures to enjoy in this wildlife sanctuary. 

Best Time to visit: – From March to November is the best time to visit NAnda devi national park, rest of these months this place is very cold. If you love to enjoy winter season then you can come.

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