Garampani Wildlife Sanctuary
Garampani Sanctuary is one of the oldest sanctuary of Assam. It is located in the Karbi Anglong area. Garampani in local language means ‘hot water’ and the Wildlife Sanctuary by this name is famous for its hot springs and waterfalls. The sanctuary is rich in its bio-diversity. Some rare birds can be seen in this sanctuary. The sanctuary is home to hoolock gibbons and golden langurs.
The Wild life sanctuary can be accessed through Dimapur airport in Nagaland which is 55 kilometers away. The Jorhat Airport is also nearby, 85 kms from the Sanctuary. The road connectivity is provided through National Highway 39, Guwahati being about 6/7 hours drive. The Furkuting rail Junction is just 20 kms from the sanctuary. The junction is well connected with other places of Assam and rest of India. Golaghat, the nearest town, is about 25 kms away.
The area of Garampani Wildlife Sanctuary is relatively small, just about 6.05 sq. kms. The sanctuary is full of rare and endangered flora and fauna. The climate of this sanctuary is moist tropical. The vegetation of the santuary is tropical semi-evergreen.
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