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Intanki National Park
Reviewed October 8, 2018

This isn't a park that is normally open to the public - so you need to take permission from the Chief Wildlife Warden (CWLW), Dimapur to gain entry. The contact details of CWLW are Tel : 03862-248067(O) and e-mail : csecyforestngl@nic.in .

The park is located in Peren District of Ngaland about 40 Km from DImapur. The road is partly ok and partly cratered in some patches.

Google Maps shows it as 'Intanki National Park Protection Camp' , The Google Maps mobile app will take you to the near vicinity i.e Beisumpuikam Village but not exactly to the gate. En route - about 7 km short of Intanki National Park - you will pass the gate of 'Camp Hebron' - the designated camp of the naga insurgent group NSCN (IM) - where their cadres are allowed to quarter and train by the Govt of India following the cease-fire and framework agreement.

Don't expect anything even close to what you'd have seen at Kaziranga at Intanki. As I mentioned this is actually not a national park that is equipped to cater for the visiting public. When you reach Beisumpuikum Village ask people for 'forest camp'. Some people living within a few hundred metres from the gate didn't even recognise the name 'Intanki' .

The 'gate' to the national park is just two mild steel metal doors (which when both opened would let a small truck pass through) into which is cut a smaller door. There is a sign warning that trespassers would be prosecuted.

There is no conducted tour or safari but the guards told us that elephants, leopards and smaller mammals are found here. We however trekked till the bank of the Dhansiri River which flows through the park and demarcates the boundary between Assam and Nagaland. We couldn't spot any wild animals. Only domesticated buffalo.

There are people living within the park limits and there is farming activity on the bank of the river. Although the river was shallow and since the river bed appeared to be rather swampy with the kind of soil that your legs could really sink into, we didn't venture further to try and cross it.

Thank Jai06
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Reviewed October 29, 2016 via mobile

Nagaland, the land of Naga warriors, has long been looked upon with awe and mystery for its unique cultural heritage and plentiful natural resources.

Ntangki National Park, one of the finest wildlife protected areas of Nagaland, was declared a national park in the year 1993. It is to be noted that the Park existed as early as 1923. The peculiar name of the Park is from Zeme dialect of Zeliangrong tribe. The Park is also referred to as Intanki National Park.

1  Thank renthlei_tetei
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Reviewed October 29, 2016 via mobile

Pleasant look of the park, flora and fauna entice visitors to come here. It is located in north east part of the Intanki region of Nagaland. It is touted to be dense forest and all sorts of birds, Mammals and insects are found in huge number. The grasslands and equatorial forests stretched on the land covers the entire portion of Intanki National Park.

Entire Park is covered with lush grass and semi tropical tress. The ravines, cliffs and mountains in the park able to offer wonderful privileges to get close within the mother land.

4  Thank savio_pinto12
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