Explore National Parks in Assam

Situated at the foothills of the mighty Eastern Himalayas, Manas National Park is a densely forested area at an average elevation of 85m above sea-level. Sprawling over an area of 2837 sq. km, it offers unique biodiversity and landscape. It acquired the status of a Biosphere Reserve in 1989 and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in December 1985.

Manas National Park is flooded by tourists from all over the world who visit to catch glimpses of many wildlife species such as the Golden Langur, Pygmy Hog, Hispid Hare, Assam Roofed Turtle, Wild Water Buffaloes, etc. If you are planning to visit Assam, you must include the Manas National Park in your itinerary. The National Park area is located between two districts of Assam– Chirang and Baksa and is divided into three ranges. This utopian destination, where you can find the harmonious co-existence of several diverse wildlife species, is accessible via various modes of transport. Manas National Park tourism offers a wide range of activities for tourists to enjoy. You can have a relaxing vacation as well as some adventurous experiences to be ticked off your bucket list amidst the bounty of nature. Indulge yourself in rare visual treats and activities at Manas National Park like jeep safari, elephant safari, river rafting.  If you are a wildlife enthusiast who also likes to have an adrenaline rush once in a while, these safaris and river rafting on the Manas River will surely take you by delight! You can also visit villages and tea plantation areas and go for bird watching. A region enriched with flora and fauna, it will prove to be a paradise of sorts for bird-lovers particularly, since every direction resonates with their coos. The Manas National Park is one of best places to visit in Assam and gather memorable experience to take home. So what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and head to Manas National Park today!

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