Manas Tiger Reserve (Assam)
About the Park
Manas tiger reserve is one of the largest national parks in India, over 1000 sq miles in area. A visit to Manas is highly recommended to the serious wildlife enthusiasts. The park is home to over twenty highly endangered species of mammals and birds. The tropical rain forests here make wildlife spotting a little difficult but assure one of close and exciting encounters with rare animals like the clouded leopard.
August to February
Elephant, tiger, leopard, clouded leopard, golden langur, capped langur, assamese macaque, slow loris, hoolock gibbon, sloth bear, water buffalo, gaur, wild boar, rhino, hispid hare, pigmy hog, spotted/swamp/barking and
Minivets, bee-eaters, robins, bulbuls, fowl, khaleej pheasant, marganser, giant hornbill and many more.