The Nanda Devi National Park in Uttarakhand is an ultimate paradise for nature lovers. Featuring among the most serene national parks in India and stretching over an area of 630 sq km, it’s a place to enjoy scenic beauty, see rich variety of flora and fauna and relish the breathtaking setting of the nature. This park, along with the adjoining Valley of Flowers National Park, is a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1988.
Located at the height of more than 3,500 meters, this park has a pulsating setting thanks to the presence of high ridges and ravines. It is home to over 300 varieties of flowering species and tourists can easily spot mammals like the Himalayan Musk Deer, Mainland Serow and the Himalayan Tahr. Other animals to see here include Snow Leopard, the Himalayan Black Bear, Mush Deer and Langur.
More so, the Nanda Devi National Park is a place to spot over 114 bird species and among them included are Nutcracker, Indian Tree Pipit, and Orange-flanked Bush Robin etc. what’s more, the park is home to over 28 varieties of butterflies. A visit to the park gives tourists an opportunity to relish the rich essences of nature and have a memorable stay for sure.