Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary in Lower Subansiri, Arunachal Pradesh, India - get details, & find more attractions to visit nearby

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Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary

Cona, Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh 791120

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Wildlife Sanctuaries

About Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary

Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary in Arunachal Pradesh, India. Talley is a plateau with dense forest of silver fir trees, pine clad plateau of beautiful grandeur, and a vast wasteland. The area has some of the most important endangered species including the clouded leopard.


Attractions near Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary

Ita Fort54.1km from Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary

Ita Fort is one of the most important historical sites in the state of Arunachal Pradesh was built as early as the 14th or the 15th century by kings of the Chutia dynasty. The fort has an irregular shape, built mainly with bricks dating back to the 14th-15th Century. The total brickwork is of 16,200 cubic metre lengths which was probably built by kings of the Chutiya kingdom which ruled the region during that time. The fort has three different entrances at three different sides.

Majuli74.66km from Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary

Majuli is a lush green environment-friendly, pristine and pollution free fresh water island in the river Brahmaputra, just 20 km from the Jorhat city. Majuli is the world's largest river island and it attracts tourists from all over the world. Among one of the most surreal places in India, Majuli is also a strong contender for a place in UNESCO's World Heritage Sites.

Kamalabari Satra76.28km from Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary

Kamalabari satra was founded by Bedulapadma Ata. It is the center of culture, art, literature and classical studies for many long years and even continues to do so. This satra has produced many great figures in the state in the culture sector. This Satra has many well-known artists like Muktiyar Bayan and Late Maniram Dutta who had contributed a lot towards upliftment of the classical dance status of Assam.

Ajan Pir Dargah87.18km from Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary

This sacred mausoleum had been built in the memory of a well known Muslim reformer and saint named Ajan Fakir. He came in the North East part of India from Baghdad in the 17th century. He played a vital role in unifying the people of the Brahmaputra Valley and stabilized the Islam religion in the state of Assam. He is considered as a legendary sufi saint who composed many spiritual songs related to Allah in Assamese language. Thousands of devotees from all over the country visit this place.

Malini Than88.03km from Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary

This religious destination is located about 42 km away from the district towards the north eastern direction. This place of worship had been built in dedication to Goddess Malini who had been worshiped here since the ancient times. Being a famous pilgrimage site amidst the hilly ranges of Arunachal Pradesh it is flocked by many devotees and pilgrims almost all round the year. Many archaeological excavations have been carried out in this spot .

Bogibeel Bridge92.83km from Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary

Bogibeel bridge is a combined road and rail bridge over the Brahmaputra river in the northeastern Indian state of Assam between Dhemaji district and Dibrugarh district, which was started in the year 2002 and took a total of 200 months to complete, heavy rainfall in the region is the main cause for the slow progress. Bogibeel river bridge is the longest rail-cum-road bridge in India measuring 4.94 kilometers over the Brahmaputra river.

Where is Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary

Discover more attractions in Lower Subansiri, where Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary is located

Lower Subansiri1 attractions

The District of Lower Subansiri, which is lying approx between 92º40′ and 94°21′ East Longitude and 26°55″ and 28°21′ North Latitudes, covers an area of 3,460 (approx) Sq.km., is bounded on the North by Kurung-Kumey and Upper Subansiri Districts of Arunachal; on the South by Papum Pare District of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam ; on the East by West Siang and some part of Upper Subansiri ; and on the West by Kurung-Kumey and Papumpare Districts of Arunachal Pradesh. The altitude of Lower Subansiri