The Nambor Doigrung Wildlife Sanctuary is located at about a distance of 25 kms from the Golaghat town of Assam. This place is covered with tropical forests and was recognized as a sanctuary by the Assam government in the year 2003. This sanctuary is a part of the Kaziranga Karbi Anglong Elephant Reserve and houses a wide variety of wildlife creatures along with a collection of flora. One can see here different kinds of birds some of which are great pied hornbill, adjutant stork, white winged wood duck, wreathed hornbill, etc. among the reptiles the sanctuary preserves tortoise, python, monitor lizard and many others. You can also spot some rare species of orchids here along with some other beautiful flora collections like ajar, gomari, bhelu, nahor, poma, udiyam, etc. Pig-tailed macaque, elephant, stumped-tailed macaque, tiger, fishing cat, leopard, barking deer, sambar, slow loris, etc are some of the other wildlife creatures to be seen at the Nambor-Doigrung Wildlife Sanctuary. This wildlife reserve is also famous for hot water spring and it is dotted with several other glittering water bodies and is an oasis of greenery spread all around. One cannot resist falling in love with nature on a visit to this sanctuary.
The sanctuary covers a large area and is divided into three blocks having a wide variety of attractions for the visitors. Along with the Kaziranga National Park and the Garampani Wildlife Sanctuary, this reserve is also home to many rare species that are becoming extinct day by day. This place attracts visitors of all ages starting from children to adults who all enjoy exhibiting the wildlife collections of the sanctuary.
The Nambor Doigrung Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Morangi at Golaghat. This tourist destination is easily accessible via any local means of transportation available in the town. The tourists can hire a taxi to reach the place.
The months of November to April are the best time to visit this sanctuary in the Golaghat district.