Into the Wild: The Manas National Park of Assam, India
Offbeat Places in the Northeast to Escape the Maddening Crowd
Wild Beauty~Living in Harmony
Manas National Park Located in the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas, Manas River separating it from Royal Manas National Park in Bhutan.It is the only place declared as biosphere reserve, World heritage site, Project Tiger Reserve and Project Elephant Reserve all at the same time. .Manas National Park is a densely forested area,Manas River which is flows through the park along with five other rivers.Manas is fantastic for wildlife – it has large areas of grassland and forest and home to more than 20 endangered species of birds and animals like exotic Assam roofed turtle, pygmy hog, and hispid hare.Home to Royal Bengal Tiger ,Wild Buffaloes, Elephants, Golden Langurs, Indian bisons (Gaur) and the Indian rhinoceros, also called the greater one-horned rhinoceros and great Indian rhinoceros We have started our journey from Kolkata at 6:50 am in the morning....