Manas National Park

Manas National Park is located in Baksa district in Assam. This park's name originated from Manas River. Manas national park is also famous for Project Tiger Reserve, an Elephant Reserve and Biosphere Reserve. You can enjoy the natural beauty and peaceful environment there.

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By Air

The nearest airport is Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport, which is approximately 137 km away from Manas National Park.

By Train

The nearest railway station is Barpeta Road Railway Station, which is approximately 20 km away from Manas National Park.

By Bus

Manas National Park is well connected with nearby major cities like Barpeta, Guwahati and Nalbari by road.

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Varsha Jagesha

Mar 12, 2024

Best place to visit with your family and friends!

Manas National Park, Baksa, Assam

Manas National Park is in Assam, India. It's a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a Project Tiger Reserve. The park is known for its diverse plant and animal life, spanning over 500 square kilometres. It has different habitats like forests, grasslands, and rivers.

The park has many animals like tigers, rhinos, and elephants. There are over 60 mammal species and 450 bird species in the park. It's important for protecting endangered species like the pygmy hog and golden langur.

Visitors can go on wildlife safaris with expert guides to see the park's wildlife. Birdwatchers will enjoy spotting different bird species in the park's green environment.

Manas National Park is a beautiful place that shows why we must conserve and protect our planet's natural diversity. Explore the wilderness of Manas National Park and immerse yourself in its natural wonders and vibrant wildlife!

Things to Do:

1. Wildlife Safari: Join guided safaris to explore the diverse ecosystem of Manas National Park up close.

2. Bird Watching: Birdwatchers can enjoy a haven at Manas, where they can see 450 different bird species. It provides a great experience for birding enthusiasts.

3. Nature Walks: Take your time enjoying peaceful walks in the park, soaking in the beauty of nature.

4. Cultural Tours: Discover nearby villages, learn about local traditions, and experience authentic culture.

Adventure Activities:

1. Jeep Safari: Experience thrilling jeep safari in Manas National Park. Drive through forests, grasslands, and riverbanks. Look out for tigers, elephants, rhinoceroses, wild buffaloes, and many bird species.

2. Elephant Safari: Experience the thrill of riding on an elephant through the park's rough terrain. Elephant safaris let you see wildlife up close in their natural habitat from a unique perspective.

3. River Rafting: The Manas River in the national park is great for river rafting. You can navigate through rapids and enjoy the beautiful scenery while getting an adrenaline rush.

4. Nature Walks and Trekking: Enjoy leisurely nature walks or go on trekking expeditions along the park's trails. Experience the peaceful atmosphere of the forest, observe different plants and animals, and take in the fresh air.

5. Camping: Experience a night under the stars by camping in designated areas within the park. Relax around a bonfire, gaze at the stars, and listen to the sounds of nature while camping in the peaceful wilderness.

Places to Visit near Manas National Park:

1. Manas River: The Manas River flows through Assam before joining the Brahmaputra, offering a serene and beautiful environment for relaxation and rejuvenation. The area is surrounded by lush pastures and trees, creating a picturesque setting for honeymooners. Watching the sunset by the river is a truly magical experience. 

2. Bhutan Border: The Manas National Park shares its border with Bhutan, providing an opportunity to explore the unique culture, stunning monasteries, and breath taking landscapes of the neighbouring country. 

3. Guwahati: Approximately 180 kilometres away is Guwahati, the capital city of Assam, where you can visit various temples, museums, and enjoy a sunset cruise on the Brahmaputra River. 

4. Majuli Island: Majuli Island, the largest river island in the world, is located around 250 kilometres from Manas National Park. Visitors can explore the island's unique culture, visit ancient monasteries, and enjoy scenic views of the Brahmaputra River.

Manas National Park Safari Booking and Timings:

You can book safari from their official website- or at the park's entrance gate.

Safari Timings:

Jeep Safari Timings


6:30 A.M. to 9:30 A.M  

10:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.


2:00 P.M. - 5:00 P.M.

Elephant Safari Timings


6:00 A.M. - 7:00 A.M.

7:00 A.M. - 8:00 A.M.


Carry Valid ID proof.
Bring binoculars and cameras for better wildlife viewing. 
Wear comfortable clothes and sturdy shoes for outdoor activities. 
Respect wildlife by keeping a safe distance and following park rules.

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