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Manas National Park


Manas National park is a wondrous landscape, an important area of Biodiversity in South Asia – located at the Eastern Foothills of the Himalayas, sharing its treasures with Bhutan where contiguous forests stretch far beyond.

It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a Biosphere Reserve, Tiger and Elephant Reserve – a truly unique distinction. The glacier-fed Rivers Beki and Manas provide rich alluvial deposits to the grasslands, as well as resultant Riverine Forests..

Best Time to Go

Novemeber – May


Guwahati (GAU)

Avg. Climate

15°C – 30°C

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About Manas National Park

Grasslands inside the national park are large and are dominated by Elephant Grasses and Swampy Marshlands. The population of Elephants is high in this park, and critically rare species such as the Pygmy Hog yet survive here, though rarely ever seen. A captive breeding center has been established at Manas National Park. Areas, where short grasses occur, are also good habitats for the once again Critically Endangered Hispid Hare and Bengal Florican.

The amazingly unique Golden Langur which only occurs in these forests is also found in a few areas where community development measures have resulted in local involvement in protecting the species. Bird-life in this region is a treat, interesting species await at every turn.

Geographical Details

Altitude: 61m – 110m above mean sea level

Vegetation: East Himalayan mixed Moist and Dry Deciduous forests

Water Resources: Manas River – a major tributary of the Brahmaputra River

Total Area: 950 sq. km

Coordinates: 26.6594° N to 91.0011° E

Rainfall: 3330mm

Temperature: 15 – 30 degrees Celsius

Manas National Park Safari Tours

Photographic Safari Tours

05 Nights/06 Days

Birding Tours

10 Nights/11 Days

Special Interest Tours

10 Nights/11 Days

Popular Fauna at Manas National Park

Rhino - Kaziranga Species
One Horned Rhino

The greater one-horned rhinoceros, also known as the Indian rhinoceros, is a grey giant, second only to an elephant in size. They inhabit the alluvial flood-plain vegetation of sub-tropical climates where water and green grass is available all year.

Elephant - Manas Species
Asian Elephant

It is the largest land mammal on the Asian continent. They inhabit dry to wet forest and grassland habitats in 13 range countries spanning Southeast Asia. Asian elephants have adapted to surviving on resources that vary based on the area.

Water Buffalo - Kaziranga Species
Water Buffalo

The water buffalo, or Asian buffalo, as it is often called, is the largest member of the Bovini tribe. Standing 5 to 6.2 feet tall at the shoulder, wild water buffalo are formidable mammals with sparse gray-black coats.

Safaris at Manas National Park

Jeep Safaris

Manas National Park conducts half day jeep safaris. A half day jeep safaris can be further categorized as a morning safari and an evening safari. The morning safaris start around 0600 hours depending on the sunrise time and lasts for about 4.5-5 hours. After the morning safari, the guest heads back to the lodge/resort. You can freshen up, eat a quick lunch, relax for a bit and later head back in to the jungle for your evening safari. The evening safari lasts for about 3 – 3.5 hours depending on the time of sunset. Post your evening safari, you head back to the lodge for dinner and take the rest of the evening at leisure.

Additionally, one can also explore nearby community forests on their full day excursions to spot some endangered wildlife such as the Golden Langur and the Bengal Florican.

Accommodations at Manas National Park

Musa jungle Retreat 1
Musa Jungle Retreat

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Tiger Safari with Sanjay Gupta and Nature Safari India.
We just finished the first half of two tiger safari tours in India. The first was on the Banhavgar National Park. Our guide was Sanjay Gupta, who had 25 years of experience in the park and with the tigers. He was wonderful, sharing his experience and knowledge throughout our three full days together. He was definitely a highlight of our trip, as a great guide makes for a great experience, whether you see tigers or not! And we did see tigers...
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