Designated as Bhutan’s Crown Jewel and famed as a paradise for Birdlife, The Royal Manas National Park is Bhutan’s oldest Park (designated in 1964) and an unparalleled biological treasure in the Eastern Himalayas with hundreds of wildlife, birds and plant-life and several globally endangered species. Spanning over 1,057 square kilometers the Park is connected to another 3 wildlife sanctuaries through biological corridors and also shares a porous border with the Indian Manas Tiger Reserve (a world heritage site).

Located in the southern foothills of the Himalayas bordering India, The Royal Manas National Park is easily accessible by air, land and water. From the Paro International Airport, one can either take the domestic flight to Gelephu Airport and drive to Manas, or take a 2 days road-trip via Thimphu, Wangdue and Trongsa valleys or white water rafting from either Trashigang (7 days) or from Monggar (4 days) or a 4 days trekking and camping from Gomphu to Pangbang.  

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