Located 35 km from Tezpur, Nameri National Park falls under the Sonitpur District. The national park is spread across an area of about 200 sq km. It shares its northern boundary with Pakhui Wildlife sanctuary of Arunachal Pradesh.
Located on the foothills of the Lower Himalayas, the Nameri National Park is home to several species of flora and fauna. Elephants can be found in large numbers in the park while leopards, bisons, black bears, wild boars, capped langurs etc., also inhabit the sanctuary.
Birds such as hornbills, plovers, wood ducks, bee-eaters and babblers are also found here. There are several small rivers that flow within the park which tourists can enjoy. Angling is popular here as it is an ideal place for fishing. The best time to visit this park is from November to May. Tourists can directly reach the park from Guwahati (198 km) or can first stopover at Tezpur.