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Kaziranga - Manas - Nameri - Pobitora - North-East Wildlife & National Parks::NE-1

North East  Offbeat Wildlife – Guwahati


Manas – Nameri – Kaziranga – Pobitora


Wildlife Adventure-1 > 8Nights/9Days >Guwahati Pickup – 150km/3.5hrs – Manas NP 2N – 280km/7.5hrs – Nameri NP 2N – 90km/2.5hrs – Kaziranga NP 2N – 160km/3.75hrs – Pobitora WLS 2N – 70km/2.5hrs – Guwahati Drop








Day-1 > Guwahati to Manas – 150km/3.5hrs


Arrives Guwahati Airport – Meet and greet at airport – Transfer to Manas National Park – Drive to Manas National Park – Reach the Manas Park on banks of River Manas – Manas National Park is situated within the foothills of Himalaya in the north bank of the Brahmaputra River – Upon arrival in Manas transfer to the wildlife resort – Check in to the hotel and spend the day at leisure – Relax and leisure for the day – Explore the forest environment and the vicinity – At afternoon / evening you can go for birding with proper guide – You may go on short hikes for bird-watching, and get to interact with the tribal people who live sustainably around the national park – This is an ideal place for birding – Over night stay at Manas NP


Day-2 > Manas Forest Safari


The day is fully dedicated for safaris and that you can choose from the options – Have an early breakfast and leave for jeep safari – Admire the beautiful point of Manas National Park – Mathanguri – The best way to explore the wildlife of Manas National Park is by jeep safari – Visit community villages living in the outskirts of the national park, and observe their sustainable lifestyles – An incredible chance to witness many wild species – Among which common are elephants, deer, and leopards and if lucky, you might spot a tiger – Reach the hotel by evening – Overnight stay at Manas


Day-3 > Manas NP to Nameri NP - 280km/7.5hrs


Post breakfast drive towards Nameri National Park – It will be a wonderful journey with beautiful scenic beauty - Upon reaching transfer to the Forest Resort – Evening free at leisure or make a visit to the nearby Pygmy Hog Foundation and learn about the species – The Pygmy Hogs are one of the world's most endangered mammals – These Pygmy Hogs are kept in captive breeding in Guwahati and now they are kept in semi-natural conditions of Nameri before being set free into the park – Overnight stay at Nameri NP


Day-4 > Nameri Forest Safari


This morning you may go on a fascinating river rafting on Jia Bhoroli River – For the same you will drive 25 kms from the resort towards the river upstream, from where we will enjoy the downstream rafting on the inflatable raft – Here we will have a chance to see a lot of migratory waterfowl and if you are so lucky then one can even spot the Royal Bengal Tiger and the Elephant on the banks of the river from the boat – The 13 km stretch of rafting will takes around three hours – After the river rafting return to the camp site for lunch – After lunch you will go on a nature trail along the reserve – Here we will be accompanied with the knowledgeable forest guides and armed forest guards – The forest treks are the best way to explore the Nameri National Park as it allows you to get very close to the wildlife life – Here once can spot the rare species of white-winged wood ducks and the great hornbills – Return home by evening – Overnight stay at Nameri NP


Day-5 > Namri NP to Kaziranga NP - 90km/2.5hrs


On the fifth day of our North East Wildlife Adventure, we will leave for the UNESCO world Heritage site and Rhino's country – Kaziranga National Park – Upon reaching Kaziranga transfer to the wildlife resort – After fresh-n-up you can go on a guided tour through the forest near your accommodation along the river bank – Also visit the tea garden and rubber plantation – Later return to the resort by evening – Overnight stay at Kaziranga NP


Day-6  > Kaziranga Forest Safari


Today you may get up a little early and will get ready for first forest safari. Our representative will take you to the riding point by jeeps – While on safari you will be moving through the tall grass while the morning mists slowly lift is an experience that one won't forget easily – Wildlife safari is best mean for viewing wildlife as the wild animals are not afraid of it and possibly you can observe with a close sighting – You will return to the resort for breakfast. After breakfast you may choose to go for next Jeep safari to the national park for wildlife viewing in the central zone – Later return to the resort for fresh-n-up and spent the time till lunch – After lunch you may opt for afternoon jeep safari of the day, this time you will visit the Western zone of the national park – One can also spent some time at the Donga view point, situated in western zone – Later return to the resort by evening – Overnight stay at Kaziranga NP


Day-7 > Kaziranga NP to Pobitora WLS - 160km/3.75hrs


Post breakfast drive towards Pobitora WLS – Reach Pobitora by noon – Chech in Forest Resort – Post lunch relax and leisure – At afternoon you may go for birding activity – Return home by evening – Overnight stay at Pobitora WLS


Day-8 > Pobitora Forest Safari


Before breakfast you may go for Elephant Safari – Elephants Safari Time: 6:30 AM, 7:30 AM and 2:30 PM are the available slots – Two Elephant safaris are there in the morning – The official timings are 0630 hrs and 0730 hrs for one hour duration each. But these timings are not fixed – The officials conduct both the safaris between 0630 hrs to 0930 hrs, subject to the availability of the tourists – If sufficient number of tourists will not reach by 0630 hrs or weather will be foggy (in winters), they generally start it around 0800 hrs – Second safari may or may not be there, depending on the tourist availability – So post breakfast you may go for Jeep Safari – Jeep Safari Time : 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM – The sanctuary is open from sunrise to sunset, but it has fixed timings for elephant safaris – Complete the Jeep safari by evening – Overnight stay at Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary.


Day-9 > Drop at Guwahati - 70km/2.5hrs


Post breakfast move out for Guwahati – Get a drop at Airport or Rly Stn as per your schedule – The tour ends here with a sweet memory and a dream to join in Eastern Heavens once again.



1.        This is a private tour package from Guwahati to Guwahati for 8 Nights and 9 Days

2.        For all kinds of transportation sightseeing a dedicated vehicle as per your requirement will be provided

3.        Cost related to the vehicle like fuel, driver, toll tax etc are inclusive

4.        All accommodation will be of Standard / Deluxe Category Hotels / Resorts

5.        We will provide end to end Tour Coordination by our Regional Operation Team

6.        The package includes accommodation, transportation, sightseeing and expert tour coordination

7.        The entire package is inclusive of all taxes.

8.        We will help you to organize the safaris as per your requirements



1.        Any item not included in the above list

2.        Food may / may not be included as per your choice

3.        Any tour ordered separately to be settled separately

4.        Cost arising due to bad weather, bandh, hartal, political violence, road blockade, act of God is to be settled by the customer on the spot

5.        Train / air ticket not included

6.        Personal expense like telephone, laundry, porter charge etc. is not included

7.        Camera fees and any entrance fee

8.        Room Heater charges

9.        Any adventure activity skiing, paragliding, River Rafting etc

10.     Entry Fees To Monuments And Palaces And Temples are not included

11.     Any Increase In Taxes Or Fuel Leading To An Increase In Surface Transport

12.     Expenses caused by the factors beyond our control like rail and flight delays, road blocks, vehicle mal-functions, political disturbances, etc…

13.     No insurance is attached with the itinerary hence, Eastern Heavens will not entertain any financial claim regarding any loss.








Manas National Park

Manas, at the base of foot hills of the Bhutan-Himalayas in the state of Assam, with unique biodiversity and landscape is one of the first reserves included in the network of tiger reserve under Project tiger in 1973. In 1985, the Manas Wildlife Sanctuary was inscribed as World Heritage Site. In 1989, Manas acquired the status of a Biosphere reserve. It extends over an area of 2837 Sq. Km from Sankosh river in the west to Dhansiri river in the east, with a core area of 500 Sq. Km. of the National park, which declared in 1990. The average elevation of the area is 85 m above mean sea level. The river Manas flows into the national Park from the gorges of Bhutan and split into two major streams of which the main water course comes out of the National Park about 30 km downstream is known as ‘Beki”. The peace and tranquility of Mothanguri tourists site on the bank of river Manas close to Bhutan is the rarest gift of the nature and in its finest form.

There is no insurgency in the park as reported by most of the uninformed sources. With the coming of the Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC), a peacefull situation has prevailed over the entire park. In the past, bad law and order situation was utilized by the organized smuggling gangs to operate inside. Now, there is no need of fearful attitude to step in the park. Such imaginary fears are not necessary for visiting Manas. About the half of the Park is covered by Grasslands of Terai and Bhabar type, the riparian areas have colonizing grasslands and woodlands of several species. The thick woodlands are called Eastern Moist Deciduous Forests of various types. The undergrowths are very thick. There are more than 650 species of Angiosperms alone. The commonly seen trees are the Simul, Oxi, Sissoo, Khaie, Gamari, etc. Manas is the only landscape in the world where pristine Terai Grasslands are seen merging with the Bhabar grasslands interspersed with diverse habitats ascending to Semi-Evergreen forests and then to Bhutan Himalayas. The Biodiversity is very rich here. The last population of the Pygmy Hog survive in the wilds of Manas and nowhere else in the world.


Manas is very rich in the population of Royal Bengal Tigers. Presently the population of Tigers are counted up to 60, although a ride through the park may not guarantee a tiger sighting. The diverse habitat of Manas is ideal home for a specialized birds. Manas boasts the largest population of the endangered Bengal Florican in the world and is also a great place to see the Great Hornbill. The National Park lists around 380 species of birds. Notable amongst are Greater Adjutant, Black-tailed Crake, Red-headed Trogo, Swamp Francolin, Wreathed and Rufous-necked Hornbill, Marsh and Jerdon’s Babbler, Rufous-rumped and Bristled Grassbirds, Hodgson’s Bush-chat, Rufous-ventec Laughingthrush, Finn’s Weaver, Ibis bill and variety of foothills species. The Burma Monsoon Forests of Manas lie on the borders between the Indo-Gangetic and Indo-Malayan bio-geographical realms and is part of the Brahmaputra Valley Biogeographic Province. The combination of Sub-Himalayan Bhabar Terai formation with riverine succession leading up to Sub-Himalayan mountain forest makes it one of the richest biodiversity areas in the world.


Nameri National Park

Nameri National Park covers an area of 200 sq. kms. and is located in the Sonitpur district, bordering Arunachal Pradesh. It is also the core area of Nameri Tiger Reserve (344 Sq. km). It's beautiful deciduous forests and the adjacent river jia Bhoreli, fringe the border of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. This is therefore a popular stop en route to Bhalukpung in Arunachal, where anglers congregate to fish for the famous golden Mahseer. Animals found here are Tiger, Leopard, Clouded Leopard, Elephant, Gaur, Wild Pigs, Sambar, Barking Deer, Hispid hare, Slow Loris, Capped Langur, Dhole, Sloth Bear,Burmese ferret Badger, Binturong etc. The park is home to several rare bird species including the endangered White Winged Wood duck and a huge variety of butterflies, including the prized Atlas Moth, considered the largest moth in the world with a wing surface area of 400 sqcms and a 25-30cm wingspan.


Kaziranga National Park

Kaziranga Wildlife National Park is a title of a remarkable success story of conservation of the One Horned Indian Rhinoceros and other wild lives in the North East India. It is not only the homeland of the Great Indian One Horned Rhinoceros, but also provides shelter to a variety of wild lives. It is one of the significant Wildlife natural habitats for in situ conservation of biological biodiversity of universal value. The values and criteria made Kaziranga National Park to get inscribed in the World Heritage Site List 1985. The wildlife Kaziranga National Park covered area consists of 429.93 Sq.Km. with an additional area of 429.40 Sq.Km. and situated in the two districts of Assam, namely Golaghat and Nagaon. The total area of the wildlife conservation park within Nagaon district is 175 Sq.Km., out of which 135 Sq.Km. falls under Bagori Forest Range office and 40 Sq.Km. falls within Ghorakati Forest Range office. Located on the banks of the mighty Brahmaputra River in the far North East of India, Assam, Kaziranga National Park covers an area of approximately 430-sq-kms with its swamps and tall thickets of elephant grass making it the ideal habitat for the Indian One-Horned Rhino. Due to limitless poaching of this prehistoric survivor, the Kaziranga National Park was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1940.


Beside of course the great one horned Indian Rhino, the other major wild attractions include a large population of Indian Elephants, Indian Bison, Swamp Deer or Barasingha, Hog Deer, Sloth Bears, Tigers, Leopard Cats, Jungle Cats,Kaziranga Tigers Otters, Hog Badgers, Capped Langurs, Hoolock Gibbons, Wild Boar, Jackal, Wild Buffalo, Pythons, Monitor Lizards, etc. Kaziranga National Park is a birding paradise; the grasslands are a raptor country that can be seen on safari makes a remarkable experience. These include the Oriental Honey Buzzard, Black-Shouldered Kite, Black Kite, Brahminy Kite, Pallas's Fishing Eagle, White Tailed Eagle, Grey-Headed Fishing Eagle, Himalayan Griffon, etc.Kaziranga Birds Huge numbers of migratory birds descend on the parks lakes and marshy areas during winters, including Greylag Geese, Bar-Headed Geese, Ruddy Shelduck, Gadwall, Falcated Duck, Red-Crested Pochard and Northern Shoveller.


Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary

Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary is nestled in the grasslands of Assam which is the dwelling place of the Greater Indian One-Horned Rhinoceroses with its highest population in the whole world. It is landlocked by Assamese villages from every side of it with the traditional Assamese culture. Overall, the terrain of Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary is a breathtaking experience for a traveler or an admirer of nature. Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary, situated in the flood plains of River Brahmaputra in the district of Morigaon. The extent of the Protected area is 38.81 sq km. Pobitara harbors the highest density of Rhino in the world and second highest concentration of Rhino in Assam after Kaziranga National Park. The riverine composition of forest with vast grassland in 15.9 sq. Km of the PA is the ideal habitat for Rhino. The transformation of this grazing reserve into an ideal Rhino habitat is remarkable. The perennial water bodies (Beel) are the breeding of different variety fishes and also fulfill the necessary requirement of animals such as wallowing etc. These beels attracts a sizable amount of migrant water fowls. Besides Rhino, Buffalo, Wild Boar etc. Pobitora supports two Critically Endangered, four Endangered, eight Vulnerable and three Near Threatened bird species. Marsh Babbler (Pellorneum palustre) is the Assam plains Endemic bird species recorded in Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary. The Rajamayong hill with an area of 11.98 sq. Km. also harbours various species like Leopard, Lesser cats, barking deer etc. The forest comprises of Anthocephalus cadamba (Kadam) , Alstonia Scholaris (Satiana), Dellenia pentagyna (Oxi), Terminalia tomentosa (Sain), Bridelia retusa (Kuhir), Careya arborea (Kum) etc. This hill also servers as a sheltering ground during the high floods which are common in the PA.


The morning and evening elephant and jeep ride is the high point of the day. The birdlife at Pobitora is very rich with several unique resident birds. Their number is augmented by migrants in winter. A census done in Jan 2012 showed that there were 26 species of birds at Pobitora. There were approximately 7000 resident birds including about 100 cranes, and approximately 5000 migratory birds. Other reports and websites suggest it has 375 species of birds. If visiting on a day trip, enjoy the bird life there and also walk around the wildlife sanctuary. It is a pleasant place for a walk. There is a small place to enjoy a picnic and a childrens playground close to the Haduk Hanging Bridge. Local visitors can combine picnic with elephant rides and enjoy the stunning scenery of Pobitora.

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