Spread over 88 sq km, Neora National Park is one of the richest biological zones in the northeastern region of the country. It is one of the best places to spot the red panda in its natural habitat and stretches up to an altitude of 3,200 m. With a luxurious growth that even sunlight finds it a challenge to touch the ground, most of the park is inaccessible. The national park is home to the crimson-breasted woodpecker, Darjeeling woodpecker, Hodgson’s hawk cuckoo, mountain hawk eagle, black-faced warbler, fire-tailed sunbird, king cobra, green pit viper, civets, sloth bear, wild boar, leopard cat, barking deer and many more animals and birds. The highest point of the park is Rachela Pass and the forest has a unique topography that includes hills that rise up abruptly. One can also spot the spectacular Kanchenjunga range in the backdrop.

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