Exploring Manas National Park – A Treasure in Assam

If you love nature and wildlife, then you must visit Manas National Park in Assam. This beautiful park  is home to a wide variety of animals and plants and is a treasure trove of biodiversity.  

  1. Introduction to Manas National Park 

 Manas National Park is located in the Himalayan foothills of Assam State in northeast India. The  park was created in 1990 to protect the Indian rhinoceros, as well as 22 other India’s most  threatened wild animals listed in Schedule 1 of India’s national Wild Life (Protection) Act 1972. The  park is also home to many rare and endangered plant species. 

Manas National Park is a beautiful and serene place. The park is well-known for its Indian rhinoceros population, as well as elephants, deer, and tigers. The park is also home to many rare and  endangered plant species. 

Manas National Park is a great place for a nature hike or wildlife safari. The park is well-maintained, and the staff is friendly and helpful. I highly recommend a visit to Manas National Park for anyone  who is interested in nature and wildlife. 

There is plenty to see and do in Manas National Park. Visitors can explore the park by bicycle or in a  vehicle. Wildlife is plentiful, and visitors can hope to see rhinos, elephants, deer, and more. There  are also a number of cultural attractions in the park, including temples and monasteries. 

There are a few things to keep in mind when visiting Manas National Park. Firstly, be sure to take  plan your trip in advance. Secondly, dress appropriately for the weather and terrain – the park is  located in a much cooler climate than the city, and the trails can be quite rough. Finally, be  respectful of the park’s wildlife and ecosystems – observe animals from a distance, and leave no litter  behind. 

So if you’re looking for an amazing wildlife experience, be sure to visit Manas National Park. You  won’t be disappointed!