- Enjoy many activities in Manas National Park
- Explore an amazing richness of natural wealth
- Discover community living in the outskirts of the national park and witness their sustainable lifestyle
Against the backdrop of the Eastern Himalayas lies a grass and jungle habitat of unparalleled beauty. The Manas forest extends on both sides of the enchanting Manas River (named after the serpent goddess Manasa) and presents one of earth’s most timeless vistas. A herd of elephants may silently make an appearance on the distant opposite bank, lending a touch of the ethereal to an earthly paradise. Little wonder why Manas was chosen by UNESCO to be a World Heritage site in 1988. It also earned the status of Biosphere Reserve in 1989.
In this tour, you will get a chance to explore this wildlife haven. An incredible chance to witness many wild species; among which common are elephants, deers, leopards and if lucky, an occasional tiger. You will go for short hikes for bird-watching, and get to interact with the tribal people who live sustainably around the national park. Staying in cottages run by ex-poachers, you will be supporting them in their endeavors for conservation and community development.
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