Garampani Wildlife Sanctuary was a reserve forest as long back as 1952. This tells us about the floral and faunal richness of the place. With an area of 6.05 sq. kms the entire sanctuary is situated within the Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council area and is full of rare and endangered flora and fauna. As the name suggests this area is famous for it’s hot water springs.

The sanctuary is the habitat for elephants, leopards, tigers, deer, golden langurs, hoolock gibbons and a variety of birds and reptiles.

Flora and Fauna: The Sanctuary is covering an area of 6.05 square kilometer of land. The main attraction of the sanctuary is the Hot Water Springs. There is a Hot water spring from which hot water flows. Apart from it, there are various species of animals like Elephants, Leopard, Tigers, Dear, Golden Langur is also found here.

Major Wildlife Attractions: The sanctuary is the habitat for elephants, leopards, tigers, deer, golden langurs, hoolock gibbons and a variety of birds and reptiles.

Best Time to Visit: the wildlife is between the months of October to March.

How to Get there:

Road:The Karbi-Anglong district is well connected by road with the other cities of the state. There are regular bus and Taxi services to Karbi-Anglong from Guwahati.

Rail: The Karbi-Anglong district is well connected by train with the other cities of the state. There are regular train services to Karbi-Anglong from Guwahati.

Air: Nearest airport is at Guwahati.
General Info / Tips

The accommodation facility in the Karbi-Anglong town is depend on the hotels and resorts only.

Location:
Assam, India

Nearest Access:
Golaghat (25 kms.)

Wildlife Found:
Tigers, Leopards

Coverage Area:
6.05-sq-kms