Sirohi National Park is a small forest reserve spread over a 41 square kilometer area in the Ukhrul District of the north-eastern Indian state of Manipur. Established as a National Park in the year 1982, this is the only place on earth where the famous Sirohi Lily (Lilium Maclineae) is found to be growing naturally. The main Sirohi Peak located right within this Park abounds with these flowers during the monsoon months of May and June and the entire peak along with the valleys is a veritable paradise beyond compare.
Located on the Indo-Myanmar border the Sirohi National Park provides an ideal habitat for the wildlife on both sides. Some of the commonly sighted species found within the Park include the Tiger, Wild Boar, Leopard, Deer and other antelopes supporting the flora, fauna and an established and undisturbed eco-system. Vultures, Owls, Eagles, Warblers, Pheasants and Tits are some of the avifauna normally seen in these areas.
Ukhrul is the nearest town to the Sirohi National Park located at a distance of 5 kilometers. It is 83 kilometers to the east of Imphal, the state capital; Julilal Airport is the closest at a distance of 50 kilometers from the Park entrance and which is comfortably accessible by road. Dimapur is the closest Rail-Head, from where visitors either need to take the air route or drive along the National Highway No. 39.
These unexplored regions of the far north-east are extremely charming, clear and clean lung spaces which have remained unpolluted, with a capacity to delight visitors with the original natural beauty that they have managed to conserve.