Location : Situated near to the borders of Myanmar (Burma) in the northern – eastern part of Nagaland, India.
Best Recommended time to Visit : November to February
Wild Life : Gibbons, Tiger, Jungle Cat, Panther, Hoolock, Bison, Himalayan Bear, Sambar, Wild Boar, Indian Horn Bill, Grey Pheasant, Tragopan Pheasant, Green Pogeon, Doves, Jungle Fowl, Slender Loris and many more.
Quick Facts : The Fakim Wildlife Sanctuary is covered with high ridges, hills, narrow ravines and deep gorges, the place offers excellent picturesque for wildlife photographers. The place is rich in flora and fauna, unfound in other parts of India.
Fakim Wildlife Sanctuary :
The Fakim Wildlife Sanctuary is situated on the border of Myanmar (Burma), which is rich in Flora and Fauna. The sanctuary is spread over with an area 6.4 sq.km. The uniqueness of the sanctuary lies in the high deep ridges, gorgeous valleys and hills and off coursed diviersified habitat for all mammals, insects, birds and animals. Fakim Wildlife can be best described as exquisite beauty filled that allows an individual to get close with the Mother Nature. The region received high rainfall during monsoons and thus it is ideal habitat for flora and fauna. There are wide varieties of species in the sanctuary house, unfound anywhere.
One of the important trees been found in the district such as Khasi Pine, Kashnar, Uraim, Bonsum, Oaks, Bogipoma, Gamari, Alder, Hollock, Sasi, Kachnar, Amari and many more. Due to heavy rainfall in the region, the forest is shrouded with undergrowth shrubs. In the month of March and April, Rhododendros are found in the forests. Besides these there are several types of canes bamboos are originated in abundance. Also, trees of Tejpata and Dalchini, which are widely used in the cuisines are scattered in the area.