Royal Manas National Park

Royal Manas National ParkRoyal Manas National Park (Altitude: 150 meters/495 ft above sea level)

If you are looking for an exclusive experience with nature in a virgin environmental paradise, the Royal Manas National Park is the place you should visit in Bhutan. It is an experience like no other, a safari in the Himalayas, and we at Raven Tours, takes pride in offering you this package.

The Royal Manas National Park is the first nature preserve in Bhutan and also the most diverse protected area in the kingdom. Making a trip to the park more exclusive is the fact that the park has been opened to tourists only in 2011.

The Royal Manas National Park boasts of hundreds of plant, animal, bird and butterfly species, which are endangered globally. The park has been recognized as one of the world’s biologically outstanding parks. It has an area of 1052 square kilometers and its rich ecosystem expands from tropical to sub-tropical. It has about 58 species of mammals alone including the Royal Bengal tiger, Asian elephant, greater one-horned rhinoceros, clouded leopard, Himalayan black bear, Gangetic dolphin and the pangolin.

The park has more than 430 species of birds including Rufous-necked Hornbill, Pallas Fish Eagle, Great White-bellied Heron, Spotted Wren-babbler, Blue-headed Rockthrush and the Emerald Cuckoo. Experts say that an additional 200 or more species are also in residence, waiting for bird lovers to discover them. There are more than 900 species of vascular plants. The monsoon sees the park receive more than 5,000mm of rain.

At Raven Tours, we organize customized and special packages for our tourists to visit the Royal Manas National Park.

Please contact us at inquiry@ravenbhutan.com for more details.