Located around 25 km from Agartala, Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary spreads over an area of 19 km and houses more than 150 species of resident and migratory birds. Sepahijala has been developed both as a wildlife sanctuary and as an academic and research centre. Over the years, this place has caught the eyes of tourists and wildlife enthusiasts for its natural, botanical and zoological gardens. Its green terrain and temperate weather of the place offer an unadulterated shelter to animals like the unique bespectacled monkey, Phayre’s langur, rhesus macaque, pig-tailed macaque, capped langur and spectacled langur. There are several lakes in the periphery, among which Amrit Sagar Lake is one of the most popular. It also offers boating facilities to visitors. The sanctuary was set up in 1972 and has been divided into five sections: carnivores section, primate section, reptile section, ungulate section and aviary section.

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