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Manas National Park

In addition to being one of the most significant National Parks of India, Manas National Park is also an important migratory corridor for the elephant population of the entire Indo-Bhutan region. 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 regions for flora and fauna.

Jamduar Reserve Forest

Jamduar is the tri-junction of Bhutan, Assam and West Bengal. It's where you will find yourself overwhelmed by the magnificent scenic beauty of the river Sankosh, not to mention its semi-evergreen and moist deciduous forest spanning in the foothills of the great Himalayas. Jamduar also happens to be the place where E.P. Gee first spotted and discovered the Golden Langur in 1956.

Charkrasila Wildlife Sanctuary

Ultapani Reserved Forest

Ultapani, which literally means "reverse water", is a larger landscape of Manas Biosphere. Around here, you will find Butterflies, Pied Hornbills and Wild Orchids in abundance, as it is a rich dwelling place for them all. Nature will also oblige you here with healthy sightings of the Asian Elephant, the Golden Langur, the Capped Langur, the Tiger, the Clouded Leopard, the Common Leopard, the Golden Cat, the Fishing Cat and the Sambar.


A nature lover's paradise, Kalamati - which literally means "black soil" - is the western buffer zone of Manas National Park, and also the best place to get lost in the nature and forget the world you've come from. Kalamati derives its name from a distinct band of salty minteral-rich black soil that attracts elephants, gaurs and the sambar in large numbers to have a lick of this natural salty soil. Other sightings include Dhole - the illusive Indian Wild Dog and Hispid Hare.

Kachugaon Reserved Forest

Kachugaon Reserved Forest is popular for its timber treasure of vintage Sal trees. And a trip here is incomplete without sightings of the Asian Elephants, the Golden Langur, the Spotted Deer, the Wild Dog, the Yellow-Throated Marten and the Peafowl.

Bornadi Wildlife Sanctuary

Famous for sightings of Gaur or Indian Bison, Tiger, Leopard, Capped Langur, Sambar, Barking Deer, Hog Deer, Pigmy Hog, Hispid Hare, Slow Loris, Dhole and Peacock, Bornadi Wildlife Sanctuary is also an important migratory corridor for Elephants throughout this region. Along the foothills of Indo-Bhutan border it is spread across over 26.22 sq.kms, and is also a natural abode to Peafowl and Hornbills.