Manas National Park Safaris are closed on every Tuesday, so safari is not available on Tuesday.

Manas National Park Safari Zones & Timing

Manas Safari Zone & Slots Manas Safari Price & Timing
Jeep Price (Indian) Bansbari Zone - 4500 / Jeep | Bhuyanpara Zone - 5500/ Jeep ( for 5 persons )
Jeep Price (Foreigner) Bansbari Zone - 8000 / Jeep | Bhuyanpara Zone - 9000/ Jeep ( for 5 persons )
Jeep Safari Timings 06:30 - 9:30 | 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM | 02:00 PM - 5:00 PM
The price includes :Jeep & Driver, Permit Charges, Online Payment Gateway Charges & Our Service Charges and Taxes.
Elephant Price (Indian) Bansbari Zone INR 1450 / Person ( 1 Hour )
Elephant Price (Foreigner) Bansbari Zone INR 3200 / 1 Person ( 1 Hour )
Elephant Safari Timings 06:00 AM - 7:00 AM | 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM
Booking Amount Safari booking amount will not refundable
Jeep safari is non sharing basis. Child below 4 years is complimentary and above 4 years count as an adult person & Jeep safari duration 3 hours & Elephant duration 1 hour
Book in advance: It is always recommended to book your Jeep Safari or elephant safari in advance as the availability of safari and guides can be limited during peak seasons of tourism.

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Welcome Manas National Park

In the state of Assam, Manas National Park is nestled on the foothills of the Himalayas, housing a unique bio-diversity. It was declared a national park in 1990 and earned the badge of UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988. It is the first tiger reserve in Assam and the fifth in India, under the initiative of Project Tiger of 1973. Under the Man and Biosphere Programme of UNESCO, Manas National Park was deemed as Manas Biosphere Reserve in 1989. The gorgeous Manas River flows through the forest of Manas National Park and the forest stretch penetrates to the borders of Bhutan. Along with being the Tiger Reserve and Biosphere Reserve, the national park is also established as an Elephant Reserve in 2003. As per the records of the IUCN Red Book, Manas National Park provides shelter to the highest population of endangered species and rare wildlife such as Red Panda, Golden Langur, Pygmy Hog, Assam Roofed Top Turtle, and Hispid Hare. The forest of Manas includes all top-notch belongings which can make you run for them not only once but time and again. Nature is pristine and you have the full privilege to land some moments of joy, fun, and excitement altogether with the presence of this beautiful landscape. All existing and pious beauty of the forest is here which needs no grooming. The embellishment of the mountain ranges, rivers, lakes, and unique plant variants across the forest in particular are your true venture. The Manas National Park is not only home to wild animals,

But also to an abundance of flora and fauna that is super amazing. The national park is spread over an expanse of 2837 sq. km. Trees, shrubs, ferns, grass, climbers, herbs, and bamboo grace the park beautifully. An excellent choice for those who enjoy wildlife wanderings and stopgaps. The natural and human-made attractions go hand in hand in terms of wildlife to make all the wonders in one destination. In Manas, one can see countless striking and rare animals, including the Royal Bengal Tiger, Asian Elephant, Greater One-horned Rhinoceros, Clouded Leopard, Gangetic Dolphin, and the rare Langur. A total of 450 species of birds have been officially recorded in the park, 16 of which are widespread. Therefore, the protected area is also of great interest to ornithologists as well as bird watchers. There are roughly 50 species of reptiles and 11 species of snakes at the park. The flora and fauna belong to this park in abundance and the foothills of the Himalayas are no less than mesmerizing. Traverse through the jungles and grasslands of the park atop a majestic elephant! The birds taking flight are colorful Hornbills, Rhinoceroses eating grass, and Langurs swinging through the trees. Manas National Park is now open to tourists as an unexplored natural treasure in hopes of promoting community-based ecotourism in the region. Nurture your heart and soul in between and treat your eyes with the joy of haven-like surroundings. Well, that is all about Manas National Park.

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Wildlife Break of Manas National Park

Best Time to Visit Manas National Park:

Both summer and winter are the times when tourists can hang out to travel around the best of gorgeousness here in Manas National Park.The climate is pleasing and you can see lots of wild living things. From October to May, person can use the park for pleasure trips. During the June-September monsoon, the park is typically closed due to heavy rains and floods.

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Manas Safari Zones:

Bansbari Zone

The Bansbari Zone is full of flawlessness that Manas National Park can offer. From a wildlife perspective, there is an extensive range of tourist essentials here. This zone is the central zone of Manas and connections to other zones are suitable for exploring the forest.

Bhuyanpara Zone

This eastern mountain range of Manas National Park is entirely serene of grasslands, and finding tigers here in the Makibana Mountains is not too complicated. The Buhyampara Zone is the eventual abundant beauty maintained within and can be easily bring into being by tourists who are entirely coming across for the splendor of forest essentials.

Panbari Zone

Manas National Park Panbari Zone is a gorgeous and intense jungle very suitable for safari. This zone is fully jungle, but the guides are making things easily accessible. Protected forest areas are perfect fit for safe animals and travelers.