THINGS TO DO
Manas and five other small rivers flow through the National Park. A raft ride on Manas river starting from Mathanguri and ending about 25 km downstream at Narayaguri is available. If you are an adventurer at heart and want to experience some adrenaline-rush on your trip to Manas National Park, then one of the must-do activities for you is river rafting.
Manas boasts the largest population of the endangered Bengal Florican in the world and is also a great place to see the Great Hornbill. The National Park lists around more than 400 species of birds. Hodgson’s Bush-chat, Rufous-ventec Laughingthrush, Finn’s Weaver, Ibis bill etc. and variety of foothills species.
The sanctuary has recorded 55 species of mammals, more than 400 species of birds, 50 of reptiles, and 3 species of amphibians. Out of these, 21 mammals are India’s Schedule I mammals and 31 of them are threatened.Considered as one of the world's rarest simian species, the Golden Langur was first spotted in Manas in the mid 20th century. Other mammals commonly found here are Rhino, Elephant, Tiger, Pygmy hog, Hispid hare, Assamese Macaque, Rhesus Macaque, Leopard, Golden Cat, Clouded leopard, Fishing cat, Leopard cat etc.
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Various study explored various type of butterflies within Manas National Park.There are more than 100 species belonging to five major families found here.
MANAS NATIONAL PARK (WILDLIFE)