The area all across the peripheral region of the national park is owned on a private basis; however, the park is effectively owned by the state. The rest areas are claimed by the Maril, Brel, and Thang tribes that are the local tribal groups in the area.
The temperatures can go as high as 34.4 degrees in summers and can fall to 1.7 degrees during the winters. The maximum recorded humidity of the national park is recorded in August and was calculated to be 81 per cent, and the minimum was in March which was 49 per cent.
The main animal species which is also an endangered species which the park is home is the dancing deer or the Brow-antlered deer or Sangai. The park comprises of semi-evergreen forests that stay moist throughout the year and comprises of wetland, terrestrial, and aquatic ecosystem. There are grasslands in the Keibul Lamjao National Park which are divided into three zones. The best time to visit the park and explore its beauty is early in the morning.