Nestled in the core of North East India lies a beautiful realm of nature known as Manas National Park. Lodged in Assam, right at the foothills of the Bhutan Himalayas, Manas is one of the finest wildlife and biosphere reserves in the country. The park owes its name to the river Manas which originates from Bhutan, and ribbons through the park. Born with an aim to protect and preserve the Bengal tigers and elephants, it has also earned the title of a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year 1985.
Spanning roughly 500 sq.km., the landscape of Manas is a unique weave of the Terra and Bhabhar grasslands which is home to a diversified family of flora and fauna. In fact, the last of the world’s Pygmy Hogs are seen only here, in Manas. The deciduous forests of Manas are colonised by beautiful trees like Oxi, Khaled, Simul and Gamari.
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Manas has about 10 different titles to it and lives up to each of them. Away from the bustling city streets, Manas gives you an opportunity to unwind and relax in the laps of Mother Nature, and with a backdrop of the Eastern Himalayas looming over you. Being one of the lesser knowns, and least explore biosphere reserves in India, Manas National Park promises you an experience of a lifetime.
If you planning for a tour to Kaziranga National Park from Manas National Park and overnight stay over there as well, here is a list of amazing resorts to stay in Kaziranga to make your Assam touring experience fabulous.