East Karbi Anglong Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary, located in Assam. It lies at an altitude ranging between 80 and 500 metres above mean sea level and covers an area of around 221.81 kilometres square. It was declared a wildlife sanctuary by the Assam State Government on 27 July 2000. It is home to a wide diversity of wildlife and also harbors a high diversity of flora. The ideal time to visit the place is from the months of November to April.
A total of 252 plant species have been recorded belonging to 203 genera and 87 families in the sanctuary.
Mammals: Tiger, Elephant, Gaur, Sambar, Bears, Barking deer, Rhesus macaque, Hoolock gibbon, Wild pigs, Lesser cats.
Birds: Many species of the woodland bird are found here.
Reptiles: Python, Cobra, Monitor Lizards, Hill Tortoise, etc.
The ideal time to visit the place is from the months of November to April.
Nearest Train Station: Jorhat is the nearest railhead and is very well connected to the Northeatern states of India.
Nearest Airport: The nearest airport is Dimapur Airport, located about 150 km away from the sanctuary.
Road Accessibility : The sanctuary can be reached from Jorhat, which is 110 Km away.