Thrumshingla National Parks confirmed in 1998, is situated in the heart of the nation with an area of 786 sq km². With tall mountains approaching over 3,000 meters high and pristine forest ranging from alpine to subtropical broadleaf, national highway traverses through the heart of this park, which provides excellent opportunities for bird watching in the fir and cool broadleaved forest. Ward’s Trogon (Harpactes wardi), Himalayan Monal (Lophophorus impejanus), Satyr Tragopan (Tragopan satyra), Blood Pheasant (Ithaginis cruentus), Parrotbills , Beautiful Nuthatch, and various Wren Babblers are just some of the birds found in this park.
Sixty-eight rare and endangered mammals’ species such as tiger, leopard, red panda and malayan giant squirrel have found their home here. The park has also revealed 620 plants species.