NATMA TAUNG National Park
Natma Taung National Park is located between Kanpet-let, Mindut and Matupi townships of Chin State in western Burma. The park covers 72,300 hectares of the Chin Hills and contains Burma’s third-highest mountain, which was previously known as Mount Victoria.
The area is outstanding for its highly diverse plant life, which offers insight into the biogeographical history of Asia. It also stands out for the presence of a locally endemic bird species and restricted-range Eastern Himalayan birds.
The road through the park offers beautiful views of the waterfront and there is a variety of wildlife, including deer, squirrels, coyote, fox, bats, and numerous birds.
Natma Taung National Park is one of the most visited places in Chin State, and that visitor numbers are currently on the rise.