Sepahijala Wild Life Sanctuary

Sepahijala wildlife sanctuary is truly the biodiversity heaven of Tripura with an area of 18.53km. With the increase in population, there was considerable pressure threatening to diminish the forest cover and the related biodiversity of the Sepahijala area. To conserve and propagate the biodiversity of the area, the Sepahijala bio-complex came into existence in 1972. With addition of a Botanical Garden, a deer park and a zoo, the bio complex was subsequently attributed the status of Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary in early 1987. The sanctuary has no less than 456 plant species, many kinds of bamboo and a variety of grasses and medicinal plants also grow in the sanctuary. The moist, deciduous forest is the habitat of different species of primates like Rhesus macaque, Pigtailed macaque, Capped langur, Spectacled monkey, Slow loris and several other wild animals like Leopard, Clouded leopard, Jungle fowl, Civets, Barking, Deer, Wild pig, etc. The avian population of the sanctuary is also rich with a variety of winged stork, Whistling teal and the White ibis. The additional attractions for the tourist at Sepahijala are spectacular view of coffee and rubber plantations, boating facilities in the lake and joy ride in the toy train. There are few comfortable tourist cottages in the sanctuary. Clouded Leopard National Park is a part of Sipahijala Wildlife Sanctuary. Clouded Leopard National Park was established in the year of 2007. Total area of the park is 5.08 Km2.

Location: From Agartala 28 km.

Accommodation: Forest Rest House Abasarika and day accommodation at Lake View Resort and Eco-cottages run by TFDPC, Contact:  Wildlife Warden, Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary