Locally known as Khaw Nu M’Cung, means ‘Guardian Angel of the Mountain’, in Chin language is a designated National Park with the core area of 276 Sq miles / 72300 hectares. The ASEAN Heritage park situated in the Southern Chin Hills is the southern out post of Himalayas, of a volcanic origin. This region possesses many species birds and plants. Some rare flowers found on its summit and nowhere else in the world. 345 different bird species, 35 mammals, 106 amphibian, 77 species of butterfly, and 35 species of insects plus 1024 species of plants and 109 species of orchids and 71 species of herbal plants have been recorded. This unique park offers the opportunity to see rare birds, which are preserved and found only in Myanmar, both native and migratory birds, rare species of orchids, and many species of plants and butterflies. One can come across several species of birds of low land scarf forest through the high elevation up to the summit.
Towering 3071 meter from sea, Mt. Victoria is located within Natmataung National Park. Base of it can be reached by road both from Kanpetlet and Mindat but the last 3km is done on foot. The journey to the summit is more impressive than the broad summit itself. Once you step off the road to start the trek, you are in true wilderness as you encounter beautiful scenery with colorful Rhododendron flowers and other wild flowers like orchid and birds. From the summit you will enjoy the fantastic view of the entire plain. There is a small pagoda and sitting Buddha Image on the top and its one of the most popular destinations among locals.