Manas National Park OverviewThis is the only
major reserve in the whole of Assam. The UNESCO has recognized it as a World
Heritage Site, it is a Reserve for Elephant, Tigers, Golden colour langur,
great biosphere e.t.c, it is also celebrated for its unusual golden langur and
Manas National Park is one of the best well
maintained parks in India
About the Park
It isn’t just celebrated and visited because it
is well managed or maintained, but also
for its spectacular biosphere and nature blessed environment that includes a
range of forest hills, abundant grasslands, and tropical evergreen forests.
The Manas National Park wins the position of the
second-largest town that has a high number of tigers. It is also known for its
increased population of the Wild water buffalo.
contains the highest number of breeds at-risk species from India as stated in
the IUCN Red Book. It contains all kinds and classes of animals such as rhino,
tigers, elephant. While taking a ride on an elephant you can spot all these and
The forest officials are the ones placed in
charge of organizing the rides, from Mathanguri for visitors to Manas. During
the tea season, you get to see tea pickers at work
There are so many activities that go on in the
Manas National Park but its peak period full of activities is from October to
December And also in the middle of March.