Namdapha national park is a point of tourist interest in Arunachal Pradesh. It is the largest protected area in India and is renowned as one of the richest areas of biodiversity in India. The national park is known for the extensive Dipterocarp forests. The adjoint areas of Namdapha are covered by Patkai hills to the south and by Himalayas to the north.
The park is situated in Changlang district of the North eastern state of Arunachal Pradesh, bordering Myanmar. The park is famous for its rare wildlife. Rare species of animals like snow leopards, clouded leopards, common leopards, tigers and even red pandas are found there. The flora of the park is also beautiful. Many rare and endangered plants cover the park.
One can visit the Miao Musuem in the park to know about various animal specimens collected from Namdapha and surrounding areas. There is a zoo and two jheels there.