Manas National Park Travel Tips
Knowing some measures before you head to Manas National Park will be icing in the cake for throughout journey. There are number of travelers fond of visiting different national parks to experience wildlife at its best. But few are having good familiarity with every bit of place and time to time misguidance will land you in dilemma when in Manas.
Manas National park is natural gem and perfect gateway for wanderlusts. The raw beauty is comprehensive and gives you best combination of good ranges of wildlife sightings and certain species of birds are true paradise of bird lovers.
Manas National Park is located in the North Eastern state of Assam at the hills of the Himalayas and seal to the India-Bhutan international border. It is a Tiger and Elephant Reserve and people from all across the world come over to enjoy magical landscape and the wildlife. Have some small piece of travel guide to visit the park in best way in less time.
Go on Jeep and Elephant Safaris:
- Exploring the jungle with the best mode of transportation with Jeeps and Elephants are within the premises of the park will be hugely helpful for you. Elephant safari over jeeps safari is better option if you want to experience the close view of the wild animals like rhino. The difficult range of forests can be covered easily with these two means of transportation hassle freely.
- For your information Jeep safaris rides can be taken twice in a day i.e. morning and evening while Elephant safaris in general happen to be in the morning.
- Not many people knowing this that boat safari is also available in Eastern range of the park apart from jeep safaris and elephant safaris.
- During the winter season, to avoid foggy morning take elephant safari in second shift so you can have apparent wildlife viewing experience.
- Also do not forget to carry the Binoculars to make better the animals, birds and plants sighting experience and Camera to arrest the valuable wildlife instants.
- The park is not limited to animals view only but also it offers other priorities such as river rafting, pleasant bird watching, tribal village, tea plantations, and shopping areas, some of the specialties in mouth watering cuisines.
- Must visit for those who have keen interest in research of the plant, vegetations and flora and fauna.
- The Park remains open from November to April around six months. Due to the safety reason sometimes park remain closed if all of a sudden rain is likely to happen.
- Never try to indulge in compelling driver for very close view to wild animals ahead of allotted areas for safaris.
- Manas has subtropical climate, summery clothes can also work. When visiting in autumn recommend you to carry some warm clothes.
Few more tips:
- Pre booking is best and ease your hassle.
- Carry your id proof always.
- Follow the pre-set rules.
- Every zone is travel worthy.
- Accommodate at nearby lodges.