Pobha or Milroy Sanctuary is located in Lakhimpur District of Assam, near the border area of Arunachal Pradesh. Spread on an area of 49 sq kms, this sanctuary was created with the aim of protecting the wild water buffalo.

Assam, considered the focal point of Northeast India, has achieved a legendary status for its scenic beauty. Gateway to the Northeast, Assam with its enchanting hills and sensuous scenario presents a visual treat to the eyes. Out of the various tourist attractions of the state, the place which draws a lot of people is Pobha or Milroy Sanctuary.

Flora and Fauna:
This sanctuary is visited round the year by a lot of people who come here to enjoy the extremely rare species of Asiatic water buffalo. This place is also the spot to see some rare and extensive categories of fauna and birds.

Major Wildlife Attractions:
This sanctuary is the ideal place to see and enjoy the extremely rare Asiatic water buffalo.

Best Time to Visit:
The best time to visit Pobha or Milroy Sanctuary is between the months of November and April.

How to Get there:
Road: Pabha or Milroy Sanctuary via road would also have no problems as the place is connected to all the key areas of the region as well as with key cities of the country.

Rail: The nearest rail head is at 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.

Assam, India

Nearest Access:
Lakhimpur (31 kms.)

Wildlife Found:
Extremely rare species of Asiatic Water Buffalo

Coverage Area:
49 -sq-kms