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All reviews on foot early in the morning gibbon sanctuary forest canopy nature lovers small forest nice walk giant squirrel endangered species public transport small area protected area forest department an excellent place entry fee surrounded by tea gardens nearby village
Did the 1-2 hour nature walk. Was worth it. Saw stumped tail and pig-tailed macaque right away which I guess was hard to do. Then we found a family of 3 gibbon. We sat with them for around 30 minutes in which I got nice...More
What an excellent place of seeing Gibbon, little far from Jorhat as need to drive an hour to Mariani, but it's worth going there. Excellent Guide and spotter you can hire from the entrance and they really take interest on showing you the best. A...More
The Hoollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary is located in an isolated protected area of evergreen forest of Assam. It is surrounded by tea gardens and small villages.
Home to India's only gibbons – the hoolock gibbons.One can roam around the forest on foot as the area is...More
The trick is to get in early in the morning and enjoy the walk through the forest. The guides follow the call of the Gibbon and take you through a most enchanted jungle. We were lucky to spot the Giant Malayan Squirrel as well as...More
Maybe we were lucky but we arrived mid-morning and managed to see gibbons and other primates like the capped langur. The gibbons we saw were quite high in the canopy so hard to see in much detail or photograph them but at least they were...More
This sanctuary is good for Gibbons and need visit early morning to see the gibbon. Its better to carry all the need food items and water before going to Hoollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary. Beware of wild animals as well
Around 20 kms from Jorhat city is this natural paradise. Best time to be at the sanctuary is between 7-8 am when the wildlife is most active. We were lucky to meet an endangered species-Stumptail Maqaue. Also saw the gibbons . Speciality is that you...More
We had a nice walk in the park but we didn't see the gibbons. The man in charge was horrible, he was not helpful and he looked as if he had just got out of bed. We had 2 younger men walking with us and...More