The Manas Forest is a treasure trove of wildlife - Against the backdrop of the Eastern Himalayas, the Manas Forest is a treasure trove of wildlife of unparalleled beauty. The Manas wildlife sanctuary is home to more than 20 endangered species of birds and animals and extends on both sides of the enchanting Manas River, one of the earth’s most timeless vistas.
Short hikes for bird watching - The Manas National Park and Nameri National Park are havens for birds which nest, breed and sometimes spend an entire lifetime here, one of the last safest biospheres on earth. Although it is impossible to name so many birds, those like Salim Ali’s Swift, Large Tailed Nightjar, Striated Heron, and Red Naped Ibis are quite exotic. There are at least 25 species of eagles in the Manas National Park.
Interacting with the locals for community development - The indigenous people of the Manas National Park are friendly, amicable and would interact with you naturally. It is all part of a cultural confluence since the indigenous people are also getting endangered.
Exquisite locales to spend your week - Staying in cottages run by ex-poachers, you will be supporting them in their endeavors and community development. Some of these cottages are cozy and provide incredible amenities. But above all, staying together in the laps of nature is sure to give you the thrills and remarkable moments to cherish.
Soak in the essence of adventure - Whether it is jungle safari, hiking deep inside the jungle for bird watching, crossing a river in a canoe, or learning rafting, this trip has a little bit of everything to bring a sense of adventure in wilderness, in an unexplored yet beautiful part of India.