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Eastern Himalayan Wildlife trail

Manas - Nameri - Kaziranga - Gibbon - Dehing Patkai

The Eastern Himalayas are a global biodiversity hotspot, recognized for their exceptional species richness and endemism (species unique to the region). This region encompasses parts of Nepal, Bhutan, northeastern India, southeastern Tibet, and northern Myanmar. The Eastern Himalayas boast a staggering 10,000 plant species, with around 39% being endemic, over 700 orchid species and around 300 species of mammals, including some iconic species like the One Horned Indian Rhinoceros, Asian Elephant, Royal Bengal Tiger, Snow Leopard, Golden Langur, Hoolock Gibbon etc. 

This tour has been designed to cover some beautiful and unique national parks, UNESCO world heritage sites, biosphere reserves and ecological hotspots in the Eastern Himalayan foothills of Northeast India.

Where you will travel

A. Guwahati
B. Manas National Park

C. Nameri National Park
D. Kaziranga National Park
E. Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary
F. Dihing Patkai National Park
G. Dibrugarh


Manas National Park tour

Manas National Park

Manas National Park is an UNESCO World Heritage site, a Project Tiger reserve, an elephant reserve and a biosphere reserve in in Assam, India. and also famous for its natural beauty. The park lies at the Himalayan foothills bordering the Royal Manas National Park in Bhutan in a transitional zone between the Assam Valley alluvial grasslands and the Eastern Himalayan subtropical forests. The park is known for its rare and endangered endemic wildlife. It has over 550 species of birds, 85 species of mammals, 50 species of reptiles and 30 species of amphibians. Some of the prominent species are Greater one-horned rhinoceros, Asian elephant, Royal Bengal tiger, Golden langur, Assam roofed turtle, Hispid hare, Pygmy hog, Bengal florican, Giant hornbill, Gharial, Indian softshell turtle etc. Manas is also famous for its population of the wild Water buffaloes. Activity includes Jeep Safari inside the park.


Nameri National Park

Nameri National Park is an ideal habitat for the Indian Elephant along with host of other animals including the tiger, leopard, sambar, clouded leopard, leopard cat, gaur, wild boar, sloth bear, Himalayan black bear, capped langur etc. Activity includes hiking in the forest and rafting in the Jia Bhoroli river through the national park while enjoying the beauty and animals of the park. 

Image by Omkar Rane

Kaziranga National Park

Kaziranga National Park is a national park in the Golaghat and Nagaon districts of the state of Assam, India. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, recognized for its outstanding universal value as a biodiverse habitat for one-horned rhinoceroses. The Park is home to two-thirds of the world's one-horned rhinoceros population. These magnificent creatures are a major visitor draw and a vital conservation success story.

The One-Horned rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger, Asian elephant, Wild water buffalo and Swamp deer are collectively known as 'Big Five' of Kaziranga. 

Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary

Hollongpar Gibbon Sanctuary in Assam is named after the only ape found in India, the Hollock Gibbons. The other primates include the Stump Tailed Macaque, Pig Tailed Macaque,Capped Langur, Rhesus Macaques and Slow Loris. 

Hoolock Gibbon

Dehing Patkai National Park

Dehing Patkai National Park is famous for different varieties of birds. The forest and grasslands invite thousands of migratory birds every year to this place which makes it a popular destination for birdwatchers. It is also famous for sighting of the elusive White winged wood duck. 

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Tour inclusions

  • Accommodation 

  • Transport       

  • Meals

  • Guide                     

  • Entrances   

  • Jeep Safaris              

tour highlights

  • Jeep Safari in Manas & Kaziranga

  • Elephant Safari in Manas & Kaziranga (optional)

  • Rafting in Nameri

  • River Dolphin viewing cruise

  • Jungle hiking in Nameri, Gibbon & Dehing Patkai

tour exclusions

  • Airfare

  • Travel Insurance

  • Visa charges

  • Tips

  • Expenses of personal nature

Know before you go

Entry & Exit points : The tour starts from Guwahati, the biggest city in Northeastern part of India which is well connected with all the major cities in India. Guwahati is also connected by direct flights with Bangkok, Singapore and Paro(Bhutan). The tour will end in Dibrugarh, a city in Upper Assam which is connected with all major cities of India.

Best Time to travel : November to April

Ideal duration of the tour : 10 days

Type of Accommodation : 3 star and above (Best available in all the places)

Difficulty level : Moderate (Suitable for most people) 

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