'''The Dibru - Saikhowa National Park''' and Biosphere Reserve is a bio-diverse haven nestled in the folds of the mighty Brahmaputra on its south bank to the extreme east of the state of Assam, India. Geographically the park displays characteristics found in both the Indian and Malayan Sub regions and is a representative of the North Eastern India-Brahmaputra.
The Dibru - Saikhowa National Park and Biosphere Reserve is home to some of the most beautiful wildness on the planet and is distinguished by picturesque views and heavenly beauty. The flood plains of the river Brahmaputra is thus a home to many rare and endangered species of wild life and without the Park and Reserve some of these may have been extinct.
Semi Evergreen forests, deciduous forests, littoral, swamp forests and patches of wet evergreen forests make up the flora of the park. Salix tetrasperma, Bischofia javanica, Dillenia indica, Bombax ceiba, Terminalia myriocarpa and Lagerstroemia parviflora are some of the trees found in the park.
Twelve species of animals listed in the Wild Life Protection Act can be found here. Royal Bengal Tiger, Leopard, Clouded Leopard, Jungle Cat, Sloth Bear, Dhole, Small Indian Civet, Malayan Giant Squirrel, Chinese Pangolin, Gangetic Dolphin to name few. Reptiles like the Monitor Lizards, species of Turtles and species of Snakes can also be found in this biodiverse ecosystem. Birds like the Greater Adjutant Stork, Lesser Adjutant Stork, Great Grebe, Indian Shag, Grey Heron, Purple Heron, Night Heron, Yellow Bittern, etc can also be seen here.