The Manas river divides the lush, mixed deciduous forests that
run through India to Bhutan. On both sides, the habitat is zealously
protected as it houses no less than 20 species of birds and animals
that are highly endangered and listed in the IUCN Red Data Book.
Manas is also the primary habitat of the rare golden langur.
Golden langur, wild buffalo, hispid hare, pigmy hog, capped langur,
Indian one- horned rhinoceros, water buffalo, elephant, gaur, hog
The nearest town is Barpeta Road (41 km)
The nearest railhead is Barpeta Road
The nearest airport is Guwahati (186 km)
Summer (Apr To Jun): Warm
Monsoon (Jul To Aug): Warm
Winter (Oct To Mar): Cool to chilly
Winter - Woolens
Best time to visit
November to March
Where To Stay
Tourist Lodge and Forest Bungalow
For additional information, contact
Field Director, Project Tiger, Manas, P.O. Barpetta Road, Dist.
General Information & Accomdation info on Manas city of Assam - India