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Manas National Park Tour

03 Nights / 04 Days
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Guwahati » Barpeta » Manas

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  • Guwahati - Manas National Park Via Barpeta

    Swan Tours representative will meet you at the Guwahati airport and will arrange transfers to Manas National Park and enroute sightseeing of Barpeta.

    Barpeta : This place, Barpets is famous for many things. It houses various Satras (monasteries), temples, mosques, shrines, rivers and the Gateway to Manas National Park. This place is renowned for its natural beauty and religious significance, it is also quite famous for its cultural and traditional crafts like pottery, wooden crafts, masks, gold ornaments and ivory carvings. The place Sarthebari houses household bell and brass-metal industry.

    Barpeta Satra (monastery) : This monastery was established by great Vaishnavite saint Shri Shri Madhav Dev who was the disciple of Shrimanta Shankar Dev. One can say that the religious and cultural tradition's reflection of Barpeta Satra is extremely ancient and only one of its kind. It is famous here that Madhav Dev stayed here for eight long years and created his finest literature here. An entrance gate known as ' Batsora' is present here. Barpeta Satra takes in a large area. In the 'kirtan ghar', prayers or 'Naam Kirtan' are held here. Not founded in other satras of Assam, this satra owns some important wings. Jagmohan Ghar, Daul Ghar, Paat Chang, Saaj Ghar, Bhaaj Ghar and the Math are the important wings of the satra. Used in different purposes of these satras these structures are beautiful. During the anniversary of Vaishnava Gurus and Doul festival devotees gather here in huge numbers and offer their prayers.

    Manas National Park : Manas National Park which is situated on the foothills of Himalayas in the district of Barpeta is a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site. It is a well-known Tiger Reserve of Assam state. It covers an area of 519.77 sq km and houses many uncommon and in danger of extinction species of flora and fauna. It's affluent bio-diversity and prosperous wildlife augments the picturesque attractiveness and splendor of this park. Among the flora around 550 varieties of plant species are founded in this Manas National Park. It is a native soil to 60 varieties of mammals, 435 groups of birds (10 sorts are globally vulnerable), 42 genuses of reptiles and amphibians, 54 types of fishes and 103 kinds of invertebrates.

    One can say that Manas National Park is an idyllic territory to a typical species such as One Horned Rhinoceros, Asian Elephant, Royal Bengal Tiger, Pygmy Hog, Hispid hare, Golden Langur, Bengal Florican, Gaur, Assam Roofed Turtle and Rat Snake. Leopard, Clouded Leopard, Himalayan Bear, Wild Boar, Sambar, Swamp Deer, Hog Deer are the familiar populace of this park. Here during the winter season hundreds of nomadic birds like Riverchats (White Capped Redstars) Forktails, Cormorants and Ruddy Shelduck stopover this park.

  • Manas National Park Tour

    Breakfast at the hotel and the schedule for the day includes :

    Elephant Safari: Take pleasure in an elephant ride in the Bansbari range of Manas National Park, early in the morning.

    River Rafting: After breakfast in the morning, do enjoy a gentle river rafting at Manas River adjacent to Manas National Park. Tea Factory: Post lunch, in the aftrnoon stopover a tea factory of Assam Tea Garden to see the handing out of world famous Assam Tea.

    Later, take a glance into the pastoral life of tribal populace in a local village and local market.

  • Manas National Park Tour

    After Breakfast depart for the Full day Jeep safari.

    Jeep Safari: After breakfast in the morning, depart for a full day seeing of Manas National Park by Jeep safari where you will cover Bansbari, Kokilabari and Mothanguri arrays of the National Park.

  • Departure

    Early morning after breakfast, transfer to Guwahati Airport for onward journey.

    End of Manas National Park Tour


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