Jigme Dorji National Park JDNP is the second biggest national stop in Bhutan with a territory of 4316 sq. km. Situated in the north western stop of the nation, the recreation center likewise imparts universal fringe to the Tibetan Autonomous Region of China. JDNP is rich in biodiversity with a present record of 36 warm blooded creatures, 328 winged creatures, 5 reptiles, 300 restorative plants, and 39 butterflies.
It was in JDNP where tigers were first located over 4000 meters offering territory to snow panthers. Other than the rich botanical and faunal decent iety, the wellsprings of four noteworthy streams, Pachhu, Wangchhu, Phochhu and Mochhu lie in the recreation center too.