kaziranga manas national parks north east india
KAZIRANGA & MANAS NATIONAL PARKS, North East India
This is truly a unique trip which even most Indian wildlife enthusiasts overlook. It covers two National Parks located in the remote North East of India: the Kaziranga National Park & the Manas National Park.
The Kaziranga National Park boasts of the largest population of the world’s endangered “one horned Indian rhinoceros”. The Park also sustains half the world’s population of genetically pure Wild Water Buffaloes, Wild elephants and perhaps the densest population of tigers. It is also a bird watcher’s paradise and home to some 500 species of birds – The Crested Serpent Eagle, Palla’s Fishing Eagle, Greyheaded Fishing Eagle, Swamp Partridge, Bar-headed goose, whistling Teal, Bengal Florican, Storks, Herons and Pelicans are some of the species found here Located in the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas, the Manas National Park is flanked by the giant Manas River and acting as a boundary between Bhutan and India.
Manas National Park, Assam is the only place to have the distinction as biosphere reserve, a natural heritage site, Project Tiger Reserve, and Project Elephant Reserve all at the same time.
Home to Royal Bengal Tiger and Wild Buffaloes, it offers you a myriad of activities to appreciate the diversity of the region.