Namdapha is tucked away in remote eastern Arunachal Pradesh is one of the most bio-diverse part of the sub-continent. The regionís altitude varies from 200-4,578m.It shares its geographical boundaries with Myanmar, the Dapha Range (5000m) and snow fed rivers .It is a territory largely un-explored and unspoilt due to modern day tourism. Spread over 1985 sq km Namdapha is also a Project Tiger Reserve and only such reserve where one can explore only on foot. For keen nature and wildlife lovers this is the one of the best experiences in the country. The lush green ever-green forests criss-crossed by numerous streams are enchanting. The part is accessible only up to an altitude of 850 m.The animals here are tigers, leopards, elephants and wild dogs. The best time to visit is in December and January as these are the driest months. The tourists both Indian and foreigners require permit to visit Arunachal Pradesh which can be obtained from Itanagar or from resident commissioner of Arunchal Pradesh, New Delhi.