Namdapha National Park is located in Changlang district of the North East state of Arunachal Pradesh. The place is around 186 kms away from Dibrugarh city and it takes about 3 hours to reach the place via road. Visitors can take public transport or can also hire a cab to reach the destination. Visitors can also opt for trains to reach the park. The nearest Railway atation is Tinsukia Railway Station which is about 141 kms away from the Namdapha National Park and it will take about 2 hours to reach the park via train.

Namdapha National Park is the largest protected area in the Eastern Himalaya biodiversity. It is also the third largest national park in India in terms of area. It is also recognized as one of the richest areas in biodiversity in India. It was declared a National Park in the year 1983 and it was also declared as the Tiger Reserve in the same year. Namdapha National Park covers an area of 1985. 23 square kms. It is an enchanting beauty of lush green vegetation and an amazing diverse flora and fauna.

The park is covered with evergreen rainforests. The park is also known for extensive Dipterocarp forests. It has an amazing flora. The park has some endangered and endemic species of plants. Sapria Himalayan and Balanophora species are rare parasites of lianas and other plants which are found in Namdapha National Park. Some species like Pinus and Abies Delavayi are found nowhere in India but only at the park. Due to rich diversity of the park, the place is known to be the ultimate zone and a great hub for many rare species of animals such as Snow leopards, Tigers and even Red pandas. One can also get to watch the Himalayan Bears, Wolves, Civet, Marbled cat, Fishing cat, Elephant, Wild boar, Langurs, Macaque and many more species are found habituating in the natural beauty of the park. Namdapha National Park has about 425 species of birds which includes rare wren-babblers, hornbills, parrotbills, fluvettas, cochoa, kingfisher, Himalayan wood owl and many more. The park has many species of birds which are very rare and are also endangered.

Namdapha National Park is strictly reserved for the betterment of the wildlife and biodiversity and where activities like developmental, forestry, poaching, hunting and graving are strictly prohibited. The park is great for exploring and spending time. Visitors can spend their time with families and friends. The experience which they will receive on exploring the park would be amazing and are sure to make them awe-struck. Exploring the Namdapha National Park is really an adventure. One will find themselves close to mother's nature on visiting the park. There are also several treks going on inside the park which one can enjoy to a great extent. Visitors can also go for jeep safari in the park. However, people have to bring their own vehicle for that as the forest department does not provides the vehicle for the safari. One guide of the forest however acknowledges with the vehicle for guiding.

Namdapha National Park is open all around the year to explore except for the monsoon season. The park remains closed from the month of July till the month of September. It is advised to visit the park from October to April. The National Park can be visited during timings 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM. Entry fee for visiting the park is 10 INR per Indian citizen and 50 INR per foreign citizen. There is an extra cost for jeep safari which is 100 INR. There is also an additional cost of 75 INR for camera.