Manas National Park is estranged in Chirang, Darrang, Kokrajhar, Udalguri and Baska districts of Assam and has three ranges, namely Bansbari (Central), Panbari (Western), and Bhuyanpara (Eastern). The tourist’s entry is prohibited to the central zone Bansbari range only. The park situated on the foothills of the Himalaya in Assam, distinguished for its exceptional biodiversity and delightful neighboring areas. Manas National Park is one of the oldest Tiger Reserve and Biosphere Reserve in India.
An Asiatic Elephant, Tiger, Indian One Horned Rhinoceros, Leopards, Barking Deers, Hoolock Gibbons and much more you can experience in the park.
Bhuyanpara forest is perfect for wildlife and for maximum exploration of vegetations, animals, birds. This zone is lively and full of colorful backdrop and one of the most sought zone for the day safari and for the night lively stay. The zone is enriching for the attention-grabbing landscape also acknowledged for its soothing and composed feel within the jungle.
This zone is one of the most key zones and a first-class number of sightings are reported here. There are lots of places where the few birds and animals come out easily. So possibilities of soaking into some of your favorite species of beasts are worth seeing.
This zone is the most important zone in the park where more than a few animals are repeatedly spotted. It is unique from all the other zones in its own way. The landscape view and spotting birds are quite obvious to view in full strength.This zone is the most important zone in the park where more than a few animals are repeatedly spotted. It is unique from all the other zones in its own way. The landscape view and spotting birds are quite obvious to view in full strength.