13/07/2019 Travel Agents
Residing in the heartland of Assam, the riverine forest of Manas National Park has garnered popularity around the world for harboring some of the rarest species on this planet. A lot of wildlife enthusiasts visit the park with a sole purpose of getting mystified by hundreds of One-horned Rhinos scouting in the region. But there are some people who navigate the park with an aim to unfold the secret world of Rosetted Leopard, Clouded Leopards and Capped Langur. Manas National Park also gives a feast of rich avian life settled in the region. While cruising through one can easily lock eyes with Forest Owlet, Black Eagle, Great Hornbill, Bengal Florican, Crested Serpent Eagle, Scarlet Minivet, etc. It only tells about the amazing wilderness heritage carried by the park that's why it has been designated as UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site.