Visit Manas National Park
The Manas National Park is known to be one of the listed UNESCO World Heritage sites and also as the Natural World Heritage site. It is not only a Tiger reserve but also an elephant and biosphere reserve in Assam. It is one of the most maintained national parks in India that is most popular for the presence of the red panda along with the golden langur that you will come across over here. No matter where you are in Manas, you will get to witness greenery and rich biodiversity all across along with forested hills, alluvial grasslands, and tropical evergreen forests. It is the house of the second largest population of tigers and also famous for wild water buffalo. If you plan to Manas National Park tour for spending some quality time amidst the natural aura, then the best time is during the months from October to December and again from the month of March when the climate is just next to perfect for a visit.
Some Major Facts about Manas National Park
Area: 950 km square
Elevation: The average elevation is 85 m above sea level.
Latitude: 26.6594° N | Longitude: 91.0011° E
Entry fee: Indians – 20 | Foreigners - 250
Ideal Duration: 1 day
Nearest Airport: Guwahati
Location: Barpeta, Assam, India
Best Time to Go: October to April
Number of Plants Species - 543 species
Number of Birds Species - 450 species