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A World Heritage Site and a Project Tiger Reserve, Manas National Park is located on the northern border of Assam and is one of the most remote parks in India.

Wildlife

Stretching over 2,837sq km, the park was declared a World Heritage Site in 1985 and is home to many mammals including one-horned rhino, wild buffalo, elephant, gaur, swamp deer, capped langur and clouded leopard.

You may be fortunate enough to see the rare golden langur or even the endangered tiger, though sightings of most species are fairly rare due to the tall grass and patches of woodland that cover more than half the park area.

The park is also home to a large avian population including giant, pied and grey hornbills.

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Map of Manas National Park

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