Manas National Park
Manas National Park, is a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site, which is situated in the foothills of the Himalayas in the district of Barpeta. It’s wealthy wildlife enhance the beauty and the glory of this park which covers around 520 sq. km area. Manas National Park is a home to many rare and endangered species of flora and fauna. This park is rich in Bio-Diversity and also a famous Tiger Reserve of Assam.
Manas National Park Tours have around 550 varieties of plant species which identifies the rich flora. Manas National Park is a homeland to a 60 species of mammals, around 435 species of birds, 42 species of reptiles and amphibians, 54 species of fishes and around 103 of invertebrates.
Speciality of Manas National Park
The Speciality of Manas National Park is that you can find around 550 varieties of plants and many varieties of animals. It is basically known as, homeland of 60 species of mammals, 435 species of birds, 42 species of reptiles, 54 species of fish and 103 species of invertebrates. It encompasses/ covered an area around 519.77 sq. km which shows it is a home to many rare and endangered species of flora and fauna. The wealthy wildlife enhance the beauty and glory of this park which automatically tells/shows the story of it.
Memorable Things at Manas national Park
The Best thing is that about this park here, you get three kind of safari’s to enjoy like Elephant Safari, Jeep Safari, Boat Safari. A person can enjoy the Elephant and Boat Safari for 3 Hours and Jeep safari as per the roads. You can enjoy an elephant ride in the bansbari range of Manas National Park and enjoy the boat ride or river rafting at Manas river adjoining to Manas National Park. A single round of jeep safari covers the Bansbari and Mothungari range of Manas National Park.
One Day Iteniary at Manas National Park
For a better view start your day at 5 am by taking an elephant ride. It will be a 1-2 hour trip. After this you can take a walk along the river banks. Then visit the Manas Maozigendari Eco tourism society where you can eat traditional Bodo style lunch and enjoy there music and dance. After the lunch you can go for river rafting which will take at least 2-3 hours for fun. In the end of the day take the jungle safari to enjoy the bird watching and sights of wild animals. Although if you wish to cover the other spots such as Summer palace and Panbang and spend more time in the jungle so you can spot more animals then you should make a 2-3 days trip since it would be difficult to cover all the spots in a day.