Named after the famed Indian politician, Daying Ering Wildlife Sanctuary is a prominent destination for eco-tourism in India. The sanctuary becomes home to migratory birds during the winter season and shelters species of birds from Siberia and Mongolia.
Spanning in an area of around 190 sq kms, Daying Ering Sanctuary is fringed by Siang River in three directions and has grasslands and wooded area. The The grassy and forested area of the sanctuary is home wild buffalo, deer, elephants and certain other rainforest species and serves as shelter for migratory birds in the winter months. Whereas, the dense wooded area is inhabited by animals like leopard, leopard cat, barking deer, civet cat, sambar, jackal, wild boar, python, and porcupine. The migratory birds like cranes, wild ducks, storks, waterfowls from Siberia and Mongolia can be spotted in the park between September and February every year.
Affordable hotels can be found in Pasighat, which is just 13 kms from Daying Ering WLS. The stay options available here are of a guest house and circuit house and a DFO Wildlife. These are budget-friendly accommodation options, and thus only cater to the basic needs of the visitors. However, the guests would appreciate the warm hospitality and prompt services here.
NH-52 connects Pasighat with places like Itanagar, Along and Yingkiong. There is daily bus service of Arunachal Pradesh State Transport Services. From Pasighat, taxis are available to Daying Ering Wildlife Sanctuary.
The winter months of December to February are ideal for planning a trip to Daying Ering WLS. The weather remains pleasant during this period making it comfortable to head out in the sun.