Manas National Park
Part dense jungle, part grassland, it's at the confluence of Indian, Ethiopian and Indo Chinese realms. A reason, why Manas National Park is one of the richest region for flora and fauna. Home to Elephants, Rhino, Tiger, Gaur, Wild Buffalo, Deer, Wild Hogs, and various types of raptiles, birds and insects, the list also includes some highly endangered species like Pigmy Hog, Golden Langur and Bengal Florican.
Not only is it a significant National Park of India, Manas National Park is also an important migratory coridor for the elephant population of entire Indo-Bhutan region. Just head towards the Mothanguri tourists' site on the bank of river Manas, close to Bhutan, and discover true peace and tranquility, the rarest gift of nature in its finest form.