Manas National Park is a UNESCO Natural Heritage Site and famous for the availability of rare endangered species including Golden langur, Pygmy hog, etc. The area of the national park is 360 Sq. Kms. Manas National Park was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1928 and in 1992 UNESCO declared the park as a World Heritage Site.
The forest type of Manas National Park is mixed with different types of forests like Sub-Himalayan light alluvial semi-evergreen forests in its north side, moist and dry deciduous forests, Low alluvial savanna woodland, and semi-evergreen alluvial grasslands. Half of the forest vegetation is semi-evergreen alluvial grasslands which are ideal for the Indian Rhino. In this national park, the common plant vegetations are Anthocephalus Chinensis, Syzygium formosum, Careya arborea, Terminalia bellirica, Aphanamixis polystachya, etc. and the available faunas are Indian rhinoceros, Asian water buffaloes, Indian elephants, Assamese macaques, and many more. Manas National Park is very popular for its availability of endangered species like a pygmy hog, golden langur, etc.

This is an ideal place for an explorer who can enjoy the beauty of nature.