Declared as a National Park on 09 September 1999 covers 5464.78 ha. in two forest ranges Kaptai and Karnaphully and harbours over 150 species of plants. It is unique for Burma-Teak trees. Asian Elephant, Wild fowl, and Phayre’s Leaf Monkey are the flagship species of this park. There are 30 vertebrates, 20 mammals including of Rare species of Garjan Trees. Collaborative management established in both the ranges on 23 August 2009.