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Murlen National Park

Near Indo-Myanmar Border, Champhai, India
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the forests are extremely difficult to navigate and security is a concern!!!!!

Murlen is known for its resident population of hoolock gibbons, who live in dense tropical forests... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
NITINPETHKAR
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Nagpur, India
Woodland wonder

Murlen National Park is located 245 kilometers away from Aizawl lying close to the Indo – Myanmar... read more

Reviewed 28 November 2016
savio_pinto12
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Mumbai (Bombay), India
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1 week ago
“the forests are extremely difficult to navigate and security is a concern!!!!!”
28 Nov 2016
“Woodland wonder”
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Near Indo-Myanmar Border, Champhai, India
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Murlen is known for its resident population of hoolock gibbons, who live in dense tropical forests of the region. The park is located in Champhai, widely considered the state's most attractive district. However, the forests are extremely difficult to navigate and security is a concern,...More

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Reviewed 28 November 2016

Murlen National Park is located 245 kilometers away from Aizawl lying close to the Indo – Myanmar border in Champhai district. The area is protected and preserved by the state government and is the home for precious and endangered faunal population of Tiger, Leopard, Himalayan...More

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Reviewed 28 November 2016

Murlen National Park is covered with 70 families who reside in the park along with numerous species of medicinal plants. Placed at a distance of 245 kilometres from east of Aizawl near Myanmar border near Champhai district. It is closer to Chin Hills with a...More

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