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Oldest Park Tour

Experiences in Bhutan’s oldest Park, Manas

Manas is the oldest wildlife sanctuary in Bhutan, declared as a park in 1966. Boating, river rafting, elephant rides and wildlife watching are special to this area.

Apart from that, it is a biological hotspot of the world and home to animals, such as, the Royal Bengal tiger, Asian elephant, gaur, wild buffalo, wild dog, common leopard, Black Panther, marveled cat, golden cat Leopard and Chinese pangolin and species endemic to the Eastern Himalayan foothills, such as golden langur, capped langur, pygmy hog and hispid hare.

With 530 species of birds, it has the highest among all protected areas, including globally endangered species such as the Rufous-necked hornbill, Pallas fish eagle and chestnut-breasted partridge.

The Park has more than 900 species of vascular plants recorded.

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