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Explore Manas National Park:

a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a Project Tiger reserve, an elephant reserve, and a Biosphere Reserve.

Manas National Park is located in the districts of Chirang and Baksa under the Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) in Assam, Northeastern India.  


It shares international boundary with Bhutan to the north

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01.In 1905, it was called the North Kamrup Reserve Forest.

03.  On October 1, 1928, it was declared as Manas Wildlife Sanctuary, covering 360 sq. km.

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 02. In 1907, it was Manas Reserve Forest.

04.  In 1951 and 1955, the area of Manas Wildlife Sanctuary was increased to 391 km² (151 sq mi).

05.In 1973, it was declared as Manas Tiger Reserve, covering an area of 2,837 sq. km.

07.  In 1989, it was established as a Biosphere Reserve

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 06. In December 1985, it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO

08.  In 1990, it was declared as Manas National Park, covering an area of 500 sq. km.

10.  In 2004, it was designated as an Important Bird Area.

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 09. In 2003, it was declared as the Chirang-Ripu Elephant Reserve, covering 2,600 sq. km,

11.  In 2017, the area of Manas National Park was extended from 500 sq. km to 850 sq. km.

A Biodiversity Hotspot:

01. Flora:

The park’s plant life consists of 543 species, including 374 dicotyledons (including 89 trees), 139 monocotyledons, and 30 pteridophytes and gymnosperms.

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02. Abundant Fauna:

a. There are 55 different mammal species.

b. 50 reptile species, and

c.03 amphibian species living here.

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03. Avifauna :

d. 380 bird species

Things to do at Manas National Park:

1. Jeep Safari

2. Elephant Safari

3. River Rafting

4. Tea Plantations Visit 

& many more....

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