Sech Tuan Nala Wildlife Sanctuary
Sechu Tuan Nala Wildlife Sanctuary is a renowned wildlife reserve which is situated in Chamba District of Himachal Pradesh at an altitude of nearly 2550 to 6072 metres above mean sea level. It encloses an area of about 102.95 square kilometres and is characterised by an amazing landscape, enriched with magnificent greenery scattered throughout the sanctuary. Nature enthusiasts will be capable of grabbing a perfect opportunity to be one with nature, and lose themselves in the beauty of Mother Nature’s lap, while witnessing the numerable kinds of flora and fauna present in the sanctuary. The wildlife reserve boats of animals which are typical to the higher altitudes of the Himalayan Mountain Ranges.
Sechu Tuan Nala Wildlife Sanctuary possesses dense forest cover which is inclusive of Moist Alpine Scrub named Macrocephala, Himalayan Temperate Forest and also Ephedra Gerardiana. The beautiful trees of this sanctuary are a warm welcome to tourists visiting the sanctuary, who are bit by wanderlust and harbour a passion for wildlife.
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