Top 8 Tropical Evergreen Forests in India 

15th February, 2024


Silent Valley National Park (Kerala)

Located in the Western Ghats, famed for its undisturbed ecosystems and the iconic Lion-tailed Macaque. 

Namdapha National Park  (Arunachal Pradesh)

In the Eastern Himalayas, it harbors incredible wildlife like tigers, clouded leopards, and four species of hornbills. 

Agasthyamalai Biosphere Reserve (Kerala & Tamil Nadu)

Nestled in the Western Ghats, it offers diverse terrains, rare orchids, and endangered species. 

Dibang Valley (Arunachal Pradesh) 

Known for its Flying Squirrels, Mishmi Takin (a goat-antelope), and stunningly unique flora. 

Brahmagiri-Makut-Pushpagiri Forests (Karnataka & Kerala)

Part of the Western Ghats, these forests feature shola-grassland ecosystems, harbor elephants, and numerous bird species. 

Kaziranga-Meghalaya Forests (Assam & Meghalaya)

This corridor between Kaziranga National Park and forests in Meghalaya protects elephant populations and other wildlife. 

Manas National Park (Assam)

Home to golden langurs, pygmy hogs, and hispid hares, offering a mix of grasslands and forest ecosystems. 

Anamalais Tiger Reserve  (Tamil Nadu)

Part of the Anamalai Hills in the Western Ghats, it houses Great Indian Hornbills, Nilgiri Tahr (mountain ungulate), and diverse primates.