Fakim Wild Life Sanctuary, a small sanctuary in the eastern hills close to the Myanmar border was established in 1983 covering an area of 642 hectares. The park rises almost 300 meters and receives heavy rainfall in June-July every year. This sanctuary has various plants and animals, trees of different varieties and medicinal herbs are found.
Tigers, Leopard, Wild Mithun and Hoolock Gibbons are among the animals seen here. Among bird life, the Tragopan, Hornbills and other Pheasants are bird watchers delight. It is situated near the Fakim village of Kiphire district. It takes one day to reach Fakim village from Pungro Town via Penkim village. After reaching Fakim village, visitors can take rest for the night and visit the site only the next day.