Manas National Park

#11 of 14 things to do in Guwahati

Manas national park and wildlife sanctuary is truly a heaven for endangered species, the park is famous for its population of rare golden langoor,  water buffalo and red panda. It was declared as a reserve forest  in the year of 1907 followed by which in the year of 1928 it was declared as a game sanctuary.1950 was the year when it was officially declared as Manas National Park.It was named after a Hindu deity  Manasa(the goddess of snakes), the entire area of this park is about 500sq.kms.The park is open throughout the year reason being tourists and visitors come here to embrace the beauty of its rich bio diversity, jawdropping scenery, natural landscapes including the range of the forested hills, tropical evergreen forests, and alluvial grasslands. Manas is also home to local and migratory birds and not only this its also the home to India's second largest population of Tigers.

Timings : 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM and 2 PM to 5 PM

Park entry fee: 20-/ INR for Indian and 250-/ for foreigners

Other charges: 300-/ for Jeep entry

                            50-/ for Camera 

                            100-/ for video Camera

                            120-/ for Safari

            

 

 

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