About Keibul Lam Jeo National Park   Deer
The Keibul Lam Jeo National Park is an unusual wilderness and the home of the Sangai or Manipur brow- antlered deer. Spread over a mere 40 sq km area, this park once used to be the hunting ground for water fowls. It was declared a National Park in 1954 when numbers of the highly localised Sangai fell alarmingly.

The Keibul Lam Jeo National Park is most noted as the home of the graceful deer, noted for their curved antlers. They live on the floating vegetation on the Logtak Lake.
 
Best Time to Visit - Keibul Lam Jeo National Park    

The best time to visit the Keibul Lam Jeo National Park is between December and May.

How to Get there

Air: The nearest airport is at Imphal, 32 km from the park.

Rail: The nearest railhead is at Dimapur at a distance of 229 kms.


Road: The nearest city is Imphal, the state capital, 32 km away. You can rent a car or avail public transport from
Imphal to reach the park.

 
     
Location: Assam, India
Nearest Access: Imphal (32 kms)
Main Wildlife Found: deer
Coverage Area: 40 Squr-Kms.
   
     
     
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