Flora:

The national park of Singalila, supports variety of vegetation types. One can experience a different colours of blooming plant species throughout the year. The flora according to the altitudinal zone is listed here:

  • Altitude 2400 – 2700 meters: Magnolia Campbelli, Quercus, Acer Campbelli, Dapne Cannabina
  • Altitude 2700 – 3000 meters: Betula Utilis, Castanopsis, Arundinaria, Berberis Aristata
  • Altitude 3000 meters and above: Abies Densa, Rhododendron Campanulatum, Rhododendron Barbatum, Rhododendron Grande,
    Rhododendron Falconeri, Tsuga Brunoniana

Rhododendron with a view

The park hosts a variety of rare and historically very used medicinal plants like Aconitum SPP, Vaccinium SPP, Swertia Chirata, Iris SPP, Aralia Psudoginseng. There are furthermore a variety of Orchids in the park some of which are Satyrium, Pleione Kumilis, Rhyncostylis. Afterwards the monsoon season a variety of wild flowers are blooming. Examples are Primulas, Geranium, Saxifraga, Bistora, Senecio, Cotoneaster.

Primula

Fauna:

Satyr

The park has major mammalian fauna like Red Panda, Himalayan Black Bear, Leopard Cat, Clouded Leopard, Barking Deer, Serow, Yellow Throated Marten, Wild Boar, Himalayan Mouse Hare.

The park is very rich in avifauna and has many interesting galliform species like the Satyra Tragopan, Kaleej Pheasant, Blood Pheasant and the Red breasted Hill Patridge. Beside this, birds of all shapes, size and colours and hues have their homes in the park.

If you want to explore this park with a guide, by a trek or a tour, feel free to get in touch with us through our webpage.

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