Situated at the foothills of Bhutan Hills, it is full of unique biodiversity and unparalleled landscapes. It is recognized as a UNESCO natural heritage site, biosphere reserve, project tiger reserve and an elephant reserve. It is home to around 55 species of mammals, around 400 species of birds and 50 species of reptiles.
Manas National Park has its own charm of beauty and wildlife merged to give an amazing ride in the greens of forest. A ride on the slow water raft on Manas river which flows through the forest offers stunning and tranquil views and offers a natural border between India and Bhutan.