Manas National Park

Another world Heritage Site of north-eastern India, Manas National Park has a unique biodiversity and is an Elephant Reserve along with being one of the first Tiger reserves in the country.

The park is covered with mixed deciduous forests and small meadows along the foothills of the dense woods and is home to the largest population of the endangered Bengal Florican in the world and is also a great place to see the Great Hornbill.

A beautiful and tranquil natural hotspot with the Manas River flowing gracefully in the backdrop, this wildlife reserve earns a definite place in your list of must visit places.

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