Latitude – 240 13’51’’ – 240 26’N Altitude – 276m – 888m
Longitude – 940 13’ 51’’E -940 23’ 51’’E Temperature 40 C (Jan.) – 400 C (June)
Humidity – 35%(in dry season) – 100% (in rainy season)
Extent of Arae:- 184.4 sq.km.
Date of declaration as Sanctuary :- 21st March 1989
Forest Type:- Teak-Gurjan and Tropical Moist Deciduous
Eco- System :- Combination of Riverian and terrestrial eco-system.
This Sanctuary is the abode of 42 species of mammals, 74 species of aves, 29 species of reptiles, 6 species of amphibia and 86 species of fishes.
Reptiles :- Tortoise, Viper, Krait, Cobra, Python, Land Monitor Lizard.
Mammals:- Hoolock Gibbon, Wildbear, Himalayan Black bear, malayan Sun bear, Slow loris, Stump tail Macaque, Serow, Indian Civet cat, Common Otter, Pangolin, leopard etc.
Dipterocarpus turbinatus, Dipterocarpus tuberculatus, Tectona grandis,
Melanorrhoea usitata, terminalia chebula, emblica officinalis, Cedrella toona,
Cedrella serrata, Quercus spp., Bauhinea Spp., etc. Bamboos are grown along
the banks of rivers and nullah. Important species are Melaconna, Bamboosa etc.
Journey –100 Kms. from Imphal by road on NH-39
Accomodation- Accomodation for overnight halt is available at one of the
following Rest Houses:
1. Forest Rest House , Moreh.
2. Indo-Myanmar Trade Centre Rest House , Moreh
3. Transit Camp at Wildlife Office, Moreh